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I have an old fashioned check printing machine from Speedrite Checkwriters out of Rochester NY Still has the plastic cover, in great shape, was used as a conversation piece for awhile. Great addition to a store of for display if you collect older things levers all move well please text as emails go to spam thanks Up for sale are three vintage Ritter dentist chairs for restoration. These are from the early 1900's, manufactured in Rochester, NY. There is a Model B chair (brown seat), Model E chair (gray seat), and Model C chair (black seat). I plugged in the chairs to test them, the motors on model B and model E run but the chair will not move, maybe they need hydrolic fluid? The model C chair goes up and down and appears to be working as it should. These can also be repurposed as a salon, barber shop, or tattoo shop chair. This is a hydraulic powered chair with electric motor. This is an old quality made chair, it might weigh about 250-300 lbs. The head rest is missing on the model B chair and I do not have it so you will have to find one elsewhere. I might consider parting these chairs out in the future if I do not find a buyer, feel free to let me know if you are interested in a certain part. I might be able to help with delivery within a reasonable distance for a fee. Check my other listing for other antique barber, tattoo, dentists, and optometrist chairs I have for sale. If the ad is up, the item is still available. Only serious buyers and reasonable offers please. If interested, please respond with a phone number I can reach you at. Be sure to click the "More Ads By This User" box to check out my other ads for more items that I have for sale. Note: Only email replies including your phone number will be answered. Thank you! A lovely serene faced 8" (yes, only 8 inches tall) unmarked composition doll. She appears to be an early 1933, or so. Brown painted eye lashes, blue and black eyes, red mouth and white shoes. Brown (reddish tint) mohair. She is strung (arms and legs) and they move freely. The dress is actually originally sewn together and onto her. The inside of the dress has a netting type slip, which is also hemmed nicely as is her dress. Her panties are of a linen or muslin fabric -- also sewn together to keep into place. CONDITION: Good, very well kept. I have her over 30years myself and kept her protected in a box wrapped in tissue paper. There are no crazing nor cracks in the composition. The white painted shoes show a little wear in the paint. She has lots of hair but you can see through on the back of her head. If one knew how to use the remaining hair, I'm sure it can be brushed over. I prefer not doing so. Her legs, of course, are connected by a rubber band which is separated and could be replaced, if necessary. --Cash at Local Pickup in Coopersburg, PA. --If you haven’t heard back from us, did you provide your phone number? --Item listed, is available. Will be removed when sold. I am selling this because I am downsizing my art collection before I move The print is dated numbered signed This is in Excellent Used Condition

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