INLAID GEORGIAN HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD - $275
- Grandad brought everything on the ship, including this 19th century England inlaid hanging corner hutch.
- Has some solid patina from its many years of service holding drinking vessels and spirits. The top shelf was adjusted at some point to accommodate bottles.
- Has skeleton key hole, but no key or lock works.
- 44" tall x 34" wide x 20" sides to back corner. 18" middle front to back corner.
- Full asking price includes delivery from Armstrong to Penticton.
ANTIQUE DENTAL DRILL - $600
- VERY rare "treadle" dental drill, made in England in the late 1800's or early 1900's.
- Cast iron pedal, base and treadle wheel with stainless stand and gearworks.
- This is a museum piece, and a favorite collectible within the dental industry.
- The treadle drill was invented in 1871 by American dentist James Beall Morrison (1829-1917). His drill was popular with dentists throughout Europe and America, and an example of the first mechanically powered drill.