Storing and Displaying finds Part 1...!

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Evening All,
I haven’t been out much lately... but I did manage to get a collector’s cabinet to the restorers for some interesting alterations to make it more suitable for detecting finds... and I made a very short video about it if anyone is interested!



I’ll put it in the video section too. Hope all well!
Alexander

P.S I don’t live in that house by the way! Though it would be nice...
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Good idea, I bet it'll look great. :thumbsup:
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Easylife wrote: Wed Dec 09, 2020 8:01 pm Good idea, I bet it'll look great. :thumbsup:
Thanks Easy.... it’s going to give me a lot of space... got to get out there more to try and fill it! :D
Hope all well
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What a fantastic project Alexander, will be following this with interest :thumbsup:

May i have your autograph now please?
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Before you need to start charging for them, you are a natural with the camera and its evident you put some effort into that production :clapping:
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I enjoyed that one and I like that cabinet, you're right it is weird, but that’s why I like it, I like odd bits of furniture, I have an oak writing desk that I think was a training piece for an apprentice that was close to finishing their training, all the parts have a different kind of joint, and a lot more effort has gone into it than it needs to, that’s why I like it.

Something does confuse me though, I thought it was the law that all antique dealers had to drive Volvos....
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Blackadder43 wrote: Wed Dec 09, 2020 8:41 pm What a fantastic project Alexander, will be following this with interest :thumbsup:

May i have your autograph now please?
Asking for a friend

Before you need to start charging for them, you are a natural with the camera and its evident you put some effort into that production :clapping:
Thanks BA - very much appreciated!
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Jamesey1981 wrote: Thu Dec 10, 2020 10:35 am I enjoyed that one and I like that cabinet, you're right it is weird, but that’s why I like it, I like odd bits of furniture, I have an oak writing desk that I think was a training piece for an apprentice that was close to finishing their training, all the parts have a different kind of joint, and a lot more effort has gone into it than it needs to, that’s why I like it.

Something does confuse me though, I thought it was the law that all antique dealers had to drive Volvos....
Ha! A large old merc ( my one has done 277,000 miles!!!!!) is also allowed...!
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Just watched on subtitles, brilliant.
Even before it started recognised Alex Webster.
Been watching him for years firstly on Salvage Hunters and then Salvage Hunters the Restorers.
The objects he is able to bring back from a pile of firewood are fantastic.
No doubt you will be getting a super finds cabinet.
Is this going to be a future episode ?
Cheers,
Dave. :thumbsup:
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That cabinet is going to look really cool when its finished. looking forward to seeing it restored to its full glory.
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Really top notch video, Alexander. A real treat, and thanks for making it :thumbsup:
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figgis wrote: Thu Dec 10, 2020 7:29 pm Really top notch video, Alexander. A real treat, and thanks for making it :thumbsup:
Thank you very much!
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Great video :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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I do enjoy your videos.
Looking forward to seeing the finished product. :thumbsup:
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shaggybfc wrote: Thu Dec 10, 2020 8:31 pm Great video :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Thanks shaggy much appreciated!
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Saki wrote: Thu Dec 10, 2020 10:30 pm I do enjoy your videos.
Looking forward to seeing the finished product. :thumbsup:
Thank you very much Saki, should be ready in the New Year!
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