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Antique Chairs collection, you never see this before

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Pholma Pris, Nov 16, 2007.

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  1. Pholma Pris

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    Hi everybody, here i will show you nice Antique chair collection, you just reply me which one do you like, moreover you can also collect information about antique collection in my signature, its worth and effective , try to choose best one,

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  2. DriftWood

    DriftWood Minister of Fire

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    New antique chairs made to order is my guess!!
    My dad said during the Great Depression in Detroit Michigan he broke up peoples pianos for heat in the old coal furnace. He told me that "pianos burn good!" Those chairs are all wood they should burn good too. Even there shipping boxes will burn. They dont look like they will be worth the price per cord as a heat source. This post is ash can post at best or time to hit the delete button web.
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    Hopefully this thread will mysteriously disappear on its way to the ash can!
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    "about antique collection in my signature, its worth and effective"
    What is this - Spam ?
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  8. Eric Johnson

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    My neighbor and I burned a piano once. Had a big old bonfire out on the property line one evening and after consuming a fair amount of paint thinner, we decided that the best way to get rid of the old player piano sitting in his garage would be to throw it on the fire. It's the redneckingist thing I've ever done. Next day, the sounding board was fairly easy to locate and clean up, but I was picking the other pieces out of the end of my driveway for years afterwards. But mahogany does burn nice, as I recall. I bet those chairs are made of teak. Bet that burns pretty well, too.

    Welcome to Hearth.com, pholma.
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    This is still here?

    I like the second one the best, but I think the 4th one from the right would bunt the best.

    -Kevin
  10. Pholma Pris

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    thank for your suggestion and comments , i'm not spamming to this forum, i just said doubt you can check it out thats it, ok no advertisement nothing , thanks a lot for everyone , who are all gave their post here
  11. Pholma Pris

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    thank for your suggestion and comments , i'm not spamming to this forum, i just said doubt you can check it out thats it, ok no advertisement nothing , thanks a lot for everyone , who are all gave their post here
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    If not spam, what do you call it? Hash?
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    Do you have a question about wood stoves or wood burning, pholma?

    I have a question for you: When were those antique chairs made? Is there a limit to how many we can buy?
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    What are the dimensions? My stove only accepts up to a 20 inch chair.
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