In this feature, we take a look at selected Mendota Heights ads on craigslist. From the strange to the collectible to the helpful, we'll bring together these ads and more in a weekly post for you.
I whined and whined until I finally got Adobe Photoshop CS6, but I got WINDOWS by mistake and didn't realize it until I opened it.
Now I can't take it back.
I'd LOVE to trade it for a MAC OSX version, but I'll sell it if I have to.
A really nice crib with white paint finish. The dimensions are approx 4 1/2 feet long, by appox 3 feet deep, and approx 4 feet high at the highest point. The spring that holds the mattress adjusts to many different height levels depending on age of child. There are a few minor scratches and paint chips, but overall it is in really nice condition, and those blemmishes do not take away from the beautiful appearance of the crib. The crib will come with the spring, mattress, 3 waterproof matress pads, 3 fitted sheets and a music box. The music box will probably need batteries.
Electric grandfather's clock by REVERE. Mahogany case 13" deep X 19" wide, 79" tall. Chimes on the quarter hour (the chime may be silenced). Shows the phases of the moon. We just put $750 into refurbishing this marvelous old piece, but it does not fit in our new house.
This is the 1976 edition of the annual Christmas plate from B & G Copenhagen Porcelain. This plate is entitled "Christmas Welcome" and is numbered 9076.
It is in MINT condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs.
Plate measures 7 1/4" or 18 cm across.
Two factory drilled holes in back for hanging.
Does not come Ccrtificate of Authenticity.
These magnificent Italian custom sconces were purchased for $1000 ($250 each). There are four (4) of these striking dimmable accent lights and are only for sale because of my wife's latest redecorating/remodel plans. These are in flawless perfect original condition and come with all mounting hardware. They measure 17 1/2 inches tall and the wall mounting base is 4 1/4 inches wide (all of this is behind the glass as shown in the photos). These have always generated favorable comments with their stunning design. Created as only old world Italian craftsmen/designers can do, these were original creations and you will not find them at the big box stores or on eBay. These now need a new home and showplace so that others may enjoy them through the years. Please take a good look at the photos. Thanks for your interest.
Thinning out my collection of amps in order to raise some holiday cash. This is a VERY COOL old school amp. The circuit is very similar to a Fender Vibro Champ. Check out the youtube video, just search on "Kay 504" the first hit is a great review (not by me).
Most of the signal/coupling capacitors have been replaced and I installed vintage NOS-testing tubes. It sounds amazing--great tremolo!
Bought new at Schmidt Music.
Semi annual tunings.