Recently Sold Items

Items shown represent a small selection of current inventory.

A.O. Lensometer Microscope

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$50.00

SOLD!
42304-1. Isn’t it about time you treated yourself to a butter-cream-colored lensometer? You’re worth it!

A/V Cart

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$10.00

SOLD!
38445-108. While this A/V cart is somewhat smaller than the traditionally-sized ones we see, it’s size makes it ideal for PowerPoint slide shows from a laptop, among other things. Includes attached cord. Measures 18” x 2’ x 42”H.

A/V Cart

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$25.00

SOLD!
42260-4. These iconic carts were ubiquitous in classrooms of the 80s, 90s, and oughts. “Not only that,” says Yogi Berra, “they were everywhere!”

A/V Cart + 2 VCRs!

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Just $5.00!

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39840-4. We know, it seems too good to be true, but it’s true! This sleek and fabulous rolling A/V cart comes complete with not one but two VCRs! Granted, the cart kind of has to come with two VCRs because they’re physically attached to it, but there you go. Cart measures 22 x 32 x 55”H, with one Quasar 4-head VCR and one Toshiba VCR with universal remote.

A/V Carts

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$25.00 each

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38027-85, and -83 (SOLD). Have A/V cart will TV-travel! Each cart features three levels and lockable wheels. Cart on the left measures 32 x 22 x 54”H. Cart on the right measures 32 x 22 x 49”H.

A/V Carts

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Carts 1 & 2: $50.00 each; Cart 3: $10.00

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41173-51, -50, -37. These things must be like the Ford Model-Ts of a generation or two of folks for whom teachers racing between classrooms pushing A/V carts like giant roadblocks were a daily occurrence. Now it’s all laptops and LCD projectors. So, uh, get a piece of history—? There are surely yet many uses for these rolling, plug-outlet-laden beasts. Carts 1 and 2 measure 25 ½ x 30 x 50”H. The 3rd cart measures 28 x 24 x 54 ½”H.

Accent Chair: The Pea Souper Trooper

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$5.00

SOLD!
39568-91. Well, it’s not something you see every day, that’s for sure.

Accent Claw: The Pea Souper Trooper (wait a minute!).

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.10

Well, it’s not something you see every day, either (we hope). So we’re guessing you don’t already have one.

Acids Cabinet

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$25.00

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41497-1. Now, you can store pretty much whatever you want in this tall, 3-compartment cabinet, but if you do have some nasty acids/ corrosives scattered about willy-nilly, this is a pretty good way to de-willy-nilly that situation. Measures 19 x 19 x 66”H.

Acoma Style Clay Pot

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$95.00

Item: 56573-182

Acrylic Cabinet of No Mystery Whatsoever

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$30.00

43422-5. While it’s probably not ideal for keeping things hidden, this acrylic case could do a pretty good job as a display box or a terrarium (with a few air holes). Measures 16 x 31 x 22”H.

Acrylic Chairs and Mirrored Tables

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$25.00-$35.00

Acrylic Chairs:SOLD!
Sofa Table: 57503-5; $25.00
Product Dimensions: 40”W x 18”D x 29”H
Side Table: 57503-6; $35.00
Product Dimensions: 24”W x 24”D x 29”H

Adding Machines

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$1.00 - $4.00 each, as marked

SOLD!
Featuring special guest stars Subtraction, Division, and Multiplication! Adding machine printer paper rolls also available!

Addressograph

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$15.00

42008-117. You know this is space-age technology because it’s called the Addressograph-2000.

Adirondack Chairs, Foot Stools, and Table

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$75.00

SOLD!
37009-2, and -3 (chairs); 37009-11, and -12 (foot stools); 37009-13 (table). You kind of can’t help but picture Diane Keaton lounging in chairs like this, unless you’re in your twenties or younger, in which case I don’t imagine you have a version of Diane Keaton, do you?

Adjustable Cardiac Patient Chair

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$395.00

48163-2. Model: TotalLift II, by WY East Medical.

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