• Belfast Between The Wars

THE CENTRAL AUCTION MART, 35 LITTLE DONEGALL STREET

Updated: 6 days ago

Belfast Telegraph, Friday 8th February 1929


IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FURNISHINGS OF HAIRDRESSER’S SALOON, ETC. (Removed for Convenience of Sale), on MONDAY, 11th FEBRUARY, at ELEVEN o’clock.


COMPRISING:- CHESTERFIELD, DINING-ROOM AND BEDROOM SUITES, Sideboards, Gramophones and Records, Overmantels, Chests of Drawers, Couches, Chairs, Tables, Brass and Iron and Wood Beds; Wire, Hair and Fibre Mattresses; Mangles, etc.; a Quantity High-class Wardrobe Goods; also 2 Telescopes. Complete Furnishings of Hairdresser’s Saloon, including Hairdresser’s Shampoo Range fitted with Drawers, 3 Basins, 4 Showcases, 4 Barber’s Chairs, 1 Small Cabinet, 10 Mirrors, 1 Hat and Coat Stand, 1 Umbrella Stand.


SAMUEL MCQUITTY.


Telephone – 3704.


AUCTIONEER AND VALUER.


Branches – Lisburn and Ballynahinch.


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