• $20
    Sun, Feb 14, 1:56 PM
    grand falls windsor, Central/Interior
    for sale a vintage electric heater still works , message me if interested
  • $140
    Thu, Feb 25, 3:58 PM
    St. John`s, Avalon Peninsula
    Selling an Antique superior cast iron electric heater, great unique decorative piece. Very early 1900's and very difficult to find.
  • $20obo
    Sat, Feb 27, 11:05 AM
    CBS, Avalon Peninsula
    Have fun learning how things work. Fascinating toy.
  • $123,456
    Wed, Jan 27, 3:00 PM
    Tilton, Avalon Peninsula
    5 available call for more information make a offer
  • $350firm
    Mon, Feb 22, 9:54 AM
    Glovertown, Central/Interior
    Canadian made Wardrobe purchased in the late 40's early 50's in excellent condition all wooden construction made in Quebec by Southern Furniture from Contrecoeur PQ.
  • Thu, Jan 21, 8:35 AM
    SPRINGDALE, Central/Interior
    All kinds of antiques for sale including oil lamps,cans,3&5 gal jars,tools,compass,ships logs,signs,tin toys,2nd ww ship to shore,wood boxs,bottles,small fire ext.,canners,nos lantern parts,telegraph keys,weighscales,St.Johns milk bottles,blow torches,projectors,record players,tube tester & tubes,ford car radio,tobacco cutter,coleman stove heater & lamps,etc. Call for details & pricing.Too much to list.
  • $50
    Fri, Mar 5, 1:34 PM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    Selling two very unique well made cars with great detail that were purchased while on vacation. Cars are constructed mainly of tin cans and were made by the locals. In great shape, who needs diecast when you have tin can cars! Selling for $30 each or both for $50.
  • Wed, Feb 24, 4:38 PM
    fermeuse, Eastern
    The Newfoundland Butter Company was established in 1925 by Sir John C. Crosbie, who had a new factory constructed on LeMarchant Road. In 1930, the company began a dairy operation (City Dairy) that produced pasteurized milk for the first time in St. John’s. The milk operating was run by John C. Crosbie who had graduated from the Ontario Agriculture College. In 1937, the company was purchased by Unilever. In 1949, when Newfoundland joined Canada, the company’s name was changed to the Newfoundland Margarine Company. In March 2004, Unilever closed the company and moved its operation to Ontario. email for more info. cheers Photo 1: Milk bottle embossed “CITY DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED.” Bottle available in three sizes, all are hard to find. 1930-1940. Photo 2: Applied green label milk bottle marked “THE N. B. C. LTD. / PASTEURIZED MILK / QUALITY PRODUCT / St. John’s nfld.” The reverse on some of these bottles has a picture of a baby drinking a bottle of milk and the words “GOOD MORNING / PLEASE RETURN.” Available in three different sizes and also without the reverse label.