|Rushden Echo, 27th April 1923, transcribed by Kay Collins
43 Cromwell Road, Rushden
Household Furniture and Effects
To be sold by Auction by
John S. Mason
On Thursday, 3rd May 1923, by order of Mr. C. Allen, who is leaving the district, including:-
Walnut frame dining room suite of couch, 2 arm and 4 small chairs, deal table with one drawer, fender and fire implements, pier glass in walnut frame, small oak stand, jardinière, ornaments, pictures, sundry carpeting, slips and coco mats, deal table with two drawers, pier glass in ebonizes and gilt frame, 11 Windsor chairs, wicker arm chair and cushions, mahogany frame couch in leather, child’s arm chair, Robinson’s closing machine, mangle in excellent condition, round deal table, sundry tea, dinner, and glass ware, wine and pickle jars, culinary requisites, 2 full size iron bedsteads, 4ft. iron bedstead, feather bed and 3 pairs straw palliasses, satin walmutwood washstand and dressing table with swing glass, 2 mahogany frame toilet mirrors, trinket set, chamber service, sundry chamber ware, 2 rush-seated chairs, mahogany commode, chest of 5 drawers, mahogany pedestal stand, stained washstand and dressing table, towel airer, tapestry stair carpet and brass stair rods, snip hearthrug and mats, and other effects.
Sale to commence at 1.30 prompt.
Auctioneer’s offices: 30 High-street, Rushden.