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  • Decorative Set of 20 Navy and Dark Blue Vintage & Antiquarian Books

    An eclectic array of 20 vintage and antiquarian books ranging from the 1900’s to the 1970’s, and in a range of coordinating navy and dark blue colour tones to bring authentic retro style to your home.

    Books are assorted, and will vary from the books pictured, however books sent will be similar to the style and dimensions of those illustrated and will have spines/covers in the colours specified.

  • Decorative Set of 20 Scarlet and Red Vintage & Antiquarian Books

    An eclectic array of 20 vintage and antiquarian books ranging from the 1900’s to the 1970’s, and in a range of coordinating scarlet and red colour tones to bring authentic retro style to your home.

    Books are assorted, and will vary from the books pictured, however books sent will be similar to the style and dimensions of those illustrated and will have spines/covers in the colours specified.

  • Decorative Set of 20 Maroon and Dark Red Vintage & Antiquarian Books

    An eclectic array of 20 vintage and antiquarian books ranging from the 1900’s to the 1970’s, and in a range of coordinating maroon and dark red colour tones to bring authentic retro style to your home.

    Books are assorted, and will vary from the books pictured, however books sent will be similar to the style and dimensions of those illustrated and will have spines/covers in the colours specified.

  • Decorative Set of 20 Dark Green Vintage & Antiquarian Books

    An eclectic array of 20 vintage and antiquarian books ranging from the 1900’s to the 1970’s, and in a range of coordinating dark green colour tones to bring authentic retro style to your home.

    Books are assorted, and will vary from the books pictured, however books sent will be similar to the style and dimensions of those illustrated and will have spines/covers in the colours specified.

  • Decorative Set of 20 Pink and Coral Vintage & Antiquarian Books

    An eclectic array of 20 vintage and antiquarian books ranging from the 1900’s to the 1970’s, and in a range of coordinating pink and coral colour tones to bring authentic retro style to your home.

    Books are assorted, and will vary from the books pictured, however books sent will be similar to the style and dimensions of those illustrated and will have spines/covers in the colours specified.

  • Regentone Handygram portable record player 106

    Sold By: WeLoveItShop

    For sale a 1950s Regentone Handygram Portable record player. In good working order and great condition for its age. All the original great sound and of course the odd crackle etc as you would expect from this era. Will Play Singles (45 rpm) and LPs (33 rpm). Plus the old 78’s (78rpm) and ,if you can find any….the even older 16’s (16rpm)….Not only that; but you can stack the records and it’ll play through the stack, one after the other. Worth noting that this can be quite amusing as it may just do the unexpected when used this way, espcially as the pile of vinyl gets higher on the deck.
    Replacement Stylus are avaible (still)………. We’ve checked. Make google your friend! 🙂

    Dimensions are 44 x 38 x 22cm

    PLEASE NOTE the shipping price is the basic cost. The following postcodes carry a surcharge. If you live in one of these post codes please contact us for a quote.

    Scotland: EH,DG,FK,G,KA 1-26,29,30, KY,ML,PA 1-19, TD

    AB DD IV 1-28,30-32, 36, 40-49,52-56,63, KW 1-3,5-14,PA 21-38,PH 1-26,30-41,49-50

    Wales: LL, LD, SY 16-20,23-25,

    SA, CF,NP

    North East: NE, CA

    London Congestion Surcharge:

    W1, W2, W8, W10, W11, NW1, WC1, WC2, EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4, ,E1,SW1 , SW3, SW7, SE1.SE11

    Welcome to WeLoveItShop:

    We are confidient that you are aware that buying and selling of antiques is one of the oldest forms of recycling there is. People for centuries have been buying, selling and passing on items that are collectable, decorative or of household use and are valued because of their age, rather than throw them away .Despite this some items may be damaged or have gone out of fashion as we move through this modern age of development and technology at a very fast pace.

    The business aim of WeLoveItShop:
    is to make use of and upcycle antique,
    vintage and Retro items that have lost their sparkle or are out of vogue/trend. Through this process (marrying the contemporary with items from times past) we can design and produce bespoke and one-off furniture pieces/items. By doing this we are keeping items out of the ever growing problem of the waste cycle and associated environmental issues.

    As with all our vintage pieces there are no two the same!

    We are also delighted to provide as much help and information as we can, including further pictures of items where you have serious interest, but would just like to make absolutely certain prior to commiting to buy.

    We will also list some items that we have not yet worked on, so that you might like to aquire them and put your passions, interests, flair (and alot of love!) into them yoursleves., either as a one off project or, perhaps, the start of something you might grow into your own business. Enquires to this end are welcomed.

    Delivery Details:
    Delivery to UK only. Non UK buyers please get in touch for a quote. If you are in the Nottinghamshires area and would prefer to collect please get in touch.

    Refunds and Exchanges:
    If you are not happy with your item please contact us directly and return the item within 3 days after delivery. Once the item has been received by us in perfect unused condition we will then refund within 14 days. We are unable to refund any return postage and packaging costs involved unless the item is faulty for the UK and we are unable to refund any postage internationally unless the item is faulty.
    Iems retruned from anywhere as faulty, and found not to be will be returned to the buyer at the buyer expense.

    Bespoke products are non -refundable unless faulty.

    Additional Policies and FAQs
    If you have any questions about items we sell please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are always happy to help 🙂

    We hope you enjoy looking around our shop and we see you again soon.

    Policies

    Payment
    Custom orders require a deposit to be paid prior to work commencing . Full payment for custom orders must be completed prior to delivery otherwise the courier will not deliver. We will not be responsible for a repeat delivery courier cost if this should happen.

    It is not possible to cancel custom orders once work has commenced and full payment is required in such circumstances.

    Shipping
    Custom orders vary in production time and every effort will be made to keep you updated on the progress of your order. Dispatch dates are given as estimation but these may vary. The Courier runs regular routes at regular intervals (Weekly, Two Weekly & Three Weekly, Generally). We will ensure to confirm prior to dispatch the day to expect your delivery, and the drivers will do their best to inform you, on Route, of progress.

    All items are delivered to your Etsy address. If this address is not correct, please Contact us with the correct information.

    Rates:
    The shipping rate is set to £0.00 as courier costs vary depending on your location. Please message us with your postcode for a no obligation quote if you are interested in an item. Mainland UK delivery only. Courier charges vary from £30-£90 on average depending on your locality and size of the item. The Courier Service must be viewed as a ‘One Man’ Service. This means you must arrange to off-load your order and move it to where you want it. The Drivers are happy to help where they can, however to keep costs down, they are multi-drop and must get off to their next delivery. Any requirements outside of the ‘One Man’ service must be notified and agreed prior to your shipment leaving us.

    Turnaround Times:
    Although we make every effort to deliver as soon as possible we use a third party courier service and delivery may take longer during busy periods. The delivery times given are estimations but we endeavour to deliver as soon as possible. The courier should contact you to arrange a delivery time that suits.

    We do not have any responsibility for issues with delivery once the item has been dispatched. These issues must be dealt with between the customer and the courier directly. Your dispatch notification indicates that your item has left us and any further arrangements need to be made via the courier directly. Customers are welcome to organise their own courier if they so wish.

    Refunds and Exchanges
    Please contact us within 3 days (from delivery) if you are not happy with a purchase. If you do not items are non-refundable.

    Custom orders are non-refundable.

    Please note: customers are responsible for covering courier fees for refunds. Courier fees are non-refundable.

    Additional Policies and FAQs
    If you can’t find exactly what you had in mind please contact us as we may have something suitable that we are currently working on, or still to start. Please contact us with any queries and we will respond as quickly as we can.

    Please be aware that as the pieces reclaimed are of (substantial) age, their condition is not “faultless” or mass produced in appearance. They bear hallmarks of their age and this is part if their charm. If you are unsure about an item please contact us for more images prior to purchase.

    Where decals are used they are for decorative purposes and may peel or come away from furniture over time. We do not offer any compensation or repairs for decals. These items are most suited to “low traffic” areas in the home. In the rare occurrence something like this happens, think of it as an opportunity to add ‘your own thing’ to the item….Get Creative yourself?!!

    Once a custom order design has been agreed by messaging the customer does not reserve the right to make further changes without the possibility of further cost. The customer will be notified of such costs prior to any amendments. Custom orders are non-refundable.

    Thanks so much for getting this far!

    We look forward to being of service to you.

  • The Book of Knowledge

    Sold By: WeLoveItShop

    Full set of The Book of Knowledge 8 volumes in all. This is a set of Encyclopaedia edited by Gordon Stowell children’s author. This edition was published by Waverley in the 50s. They are in very good condition with some foxing on the inside of the covers

    Welcome to WeLoveItShop:

    We are confidient that you are aware that buying and selling of antiques is one of the oldest forms of recycling there is. People for centuries have been buying, selling and passing on items that are collectable, decorative or of household use and are valued because of their age, rather than throw them away .Despite this some items may be damaged or have gone out of fashion as we move through this modern age of development and technology at a very fast pace.

    The business aim of WeLoveItShop:
    is to make use of and upcycle antique,
    vintage and Retro items that have lost their sparkle or are out of vogue/trend. Through this process (marrying the contemporary with items from times past) we can design and produce bespoke and one-off furniture pieces/items. By doing this we are keeping items out of the ever growing problem of the waste cycle and associated environmental issues.

    As with all our vintage pieces there are no two the same!

    We are also delighted to provide as much help and information as we can, including further pictures of items where you have serious interest, but would just like to make absolutely certain prior to commiting to buy.

    We will also list some items that we have not yet worked on, so that you might like to aquire them and put your passions, interests, flair (and alot of love!) into them yoursleves., either as a one off project or, perhaps, the start of something you might grow into your own business. Enquires to this end are welcomed.

    Delivery Details:
    Delivery to UK only. Non UK buyers please get in touch for a quote. If you are in the Nottinghamshires area and would prefer to collect please get in touch.

    Refunds and Exchanges:
    If you are not happy with your item please contact us directly and return the item within 3 days after delivery. Once the item has been received by us in perfect unused condition we will then refund within 14 days. We are unable to refund any return postage and packaging costs involved unless the item is faulty for the UK and we are unable to refund any postage internationally unless the item is faulty.
    Iems retruned from anywhere as faulty, and found not to be will be returned to the buyer at the buyer expense.

    Bespoke products are non -refundable unless faulty.

    Additional Policies and FAQs
    If you have any questions about items we sell please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are always happy to help 🙂

    We hope you enjoy looking around our shop and we see you again soon.

    Policies

    Payment
    Custom orders require a deposit to be paid prior to work commencing . Full payment for custom orders must be completed prior to delivery otherwise the courier will not deliver. We will not be responsible for a repeat delivery courier cost if this should happen.

    It is not possible to cancel custom orders once work has commenced and full payment is required in such circumstances.

    Shipping
    Custom orders vary in production time and every effort will be made to keep you updated on the progress of your order. Dispatch dates are given as estimation but these may vary. The Courier runs regular routes at regular intervals (Weekly, Two Weekly & Three Weekly, Generally). We will ensure to confirm prior to dispatch the day to expect your delivery, and the drivers will do their best to inform you, on Route, of progress.

    All items are delivered to your Etsy address. If this address is not correct, please Contact us with the correct information.

    Rates:
    The shipping rate is set to £0.00 as courier costs vary depending on your location. Please message us with your postcode for a no obligation quote if you are interested in an item. Mainland UK delivery only. Courier charges vary from £30-£90 on average depending on your locality and size of the item. The Courier Service must be viewed as a ‘One Man’ Service. This means you must arrange to off-load your order and move it to where you want it. The Drivers are happy to help where they can, however to keep costs down, they are multi-drop and must get off to their next delivery. Any requirements outside of the ‘One Man’ service must be notified and agreed prior to your shipment leaving us.

    Turnaround Times:
    Although we make every effort to deliver as soon as possible we use a third party courier service and delivery may take longer during busy periods. The delivery times given are estimations but we endeavour to deliver as soon as possible. The courier should contact you to arrange a delivery time that suits.

    We do not have any responsibility for issues with delivery once the item has been dispatched. These issues must be dealt with between the customer and the courier directly. Your dispatch notification indicates that your item has left us and any further arrangements need to be made via the courier directly. Customers are welcome to organise their own courier if they so wish.

    Refunds and Exchanges
    Please contact us within 3 days (from delivery) if you are not happy with a purchase. If you do not items are non-refundable.

    Custom orders are non-refundable.

    Please note: customers are responsible for covering courier fees for refunds. Courier fees are non-refundable.

    Additional Policies and FAQs
    If you can’t find exactly what you had in mind please contact us as we may have something suitable that we are currently working on, or still to start. Please contact us with any queries and we will respond as quickly as we can.

    Please be aware that as the pieces reclaimed are of (substantial) age, their condition is not “faultless” or mass produced in appearance. They bear hallmarks of their age and this is part if their charm. If you are unsure about an item please contact us for more images prior to purchase.

    Where decals are used they are for decorative purposes and may peel or come away from furniture over time. We do not offer any compensation or repairs for decals. These items are most suited to “low traffic” areas in the home. In the rare occurrence something like this happens, think of it as an opportunity to add ‘your own thing’ to the item….Get Creative yourself?!!

    Once a custom order design has been agreed by messaging the customer does not reserve the right to make further changes without the possibility of further cost. The customer will be notified of such costs prior to any amendments. Custom orders are non-refundable.

    Thanks so much for getting this far!

    We look forward to being of service to you.

  • A Century Of Thrillers – From Poe to Arlen – Vintage Book 1937

    A lovely, thick book containing a collection of thrillers, including The Mortal Immortal by Mary Shelley, The Murders in The Rue Morgue by Edgar Allan Poe, and The Birthday of Infanta by Oscar Wilde. All in all, there are 47 separate stories. There are also beautiful illustrations.

  • Emily Climbs – by L. M. Montgomery – Vintage Book – 1941

    A sweet little version of Emily Climbs by L. M. Montgomery – published 1941.

    The spine is fraying, but it makes it all the more appealing to the vintage lover 🙂

    This book is a fantastic shade of green.

  • Anne of Ingleside – L. M. Montgomery – Vintage Book – 1953

    Lovely little version of Anne of Ingleside by L. M. Montgomery. Published 1953.

    I have other Anne books, all of which are shades of green which look lovely displayed in your home.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

    xx

  • In Search of Scotland – by H. V. Morton – Vintage Book – 1933

    An intriguing book of In Search of Scotland, written by H. V. Morton.

    Published in 1933 – there is a handwritten inscription reading “From Helen, Mabel & Vera, 30.4.1939”.

    There are many wonderful black and white photo illustrations throughout the book.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

  • Our Nation’s Heritage – Edited by J. B. Priestley – Vintage Book – 1945

    This is such an unusual little book – it contains excerpts/short stories and poems written by various authors, all written about aspects of life on the British Isles.

    The introduction by J. B. Priestley describes “When we think of romantic and beautiful islands, we think of places like Tahiti in the South Seas and Trinidad in the Caribbean Sea. And certainly these are romantic and beautiful islands, as I know quite well, for I have stayed on them. What we forget, however, is that we live on a romantic and beautiful island too, the isle of Britain”.

    The subjects of the pieces in this book are farming, nature, trees, roads, places, village sketches, the Vandals and nostalgia. There are wonderful black and white photos too.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

  • East Lynne – Vintage book by Mrs Henry Wood – Book plate dated 1940

    A charming vintage novel by Mrs Henry Wood (I love how she is called “Mrs” Henry Wood!).

    There is no publisher date, but there is a little book plate stuck to the inside cover which reads “Presented to Mrs Hodges for full attendance during 1940 completing 12 full years”.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

  • Myths and Legends – Vintage Book – The Golden Pathway Series – 1958

    A superb book of stories and poetry of Myths & Legends, published in 1958.

    “Folk tales from many lands with a special appeal to children. Concluded by a separate section of stories from the Bible”.

    This book is so lovely – it’s a great size with a really good sized text for older children, together with beautiful colour plates throughout and black and white illustrations. It does not appear to have been read.

    Some of the stories and poems included in this lovely book are…
    The Winged Horse
    The Wonderful Adventures of Perseus
    The Wooden Horse
    Connla of the Golden Hair and the Fairy Maiden
    A Legend of King Arthur
    Robin Hood (by John Keats)
    William Tell
    Rip Van Winkle and the Goblins
    Christmas Eve (by Thomas Hardy)
    The King of the Golden River (by John Ruskin)
    plus many more!

    The book is in great condition, with a bright blue cover.

  • My Amazon Adventure – Sebastian Snow – Vintage Book – 1956

    A really interesting little book telling the stories of Sebastian Snow’s adventures in the Amazon.

    It starts off with Mr Snow telling us how he saw an advert in The Times asking for “Extra gun may be wanted for sporting and exploring expedition western Amazonia. Highest references offered and expected..”. Can you imagine seeing that advert and applying, simply because you had always had a desire for “travel and adventure”? Now that’s a way to start a fresh new life I’d say!

    This is a lovely small book with a pretty yellow cover, and contains some really great black and white photos of the adventures.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

    xx

  • The Houses in Between – Howard Spring – Vintage Book – Novel – 1954

    A sweet little book with lovely thin pages, in a dark green cover.

    This is a novel first published in 1951 – this version is 1954.

    What appealed to me was this opening to the author’s foreword; “I see from some old letters that as long ago as 1940 I wrote to my agents asking them to obtain for me a copy of the music hall song containing the words: ‘You could see the Crystal Palace if it wasn’t for the houses in between’. The pathetic significance of the Crystal Palace had for long appealed to my imagination, and I wanted to make a novel out of the contrast between that fragile promise of peace and the dreadful realities of the years that followed”. What an image of the war years we get from that little opening paragraph.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

    xx

  • The East Wind of Love – Compton Mackenzie – Vintage Book – 1937

    A lovely vintage book published in 1937.

    This book says it is “book one of ‘The Four Winds of Love’.

    The opening chapter starts…. “At twenty-three minutes to five on a cold Friday afternoon of encroaching fog in the month of March, 1900, Mr Askew, the Latin Master of the Upper and Lower Sixth forms at St James’s School, tugged at a grizzled red beard, twitched a rapid eyelid several times over each bright blue eye, swung a leonine head slowly from side to side as if it were weighing the pros and cons of a delicate decision, and at last, with a rusty sigh, announced that he supposed they must have some light on the situation”.

    I just love the language used… a rusty sigh… and a grizzled red beard 🙂

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

    xx

  • Charles Dickens – by Una Pope-Hennessy – Vintage Book – 1947

    A sweet little book of the life of Charles Dickens, 1812 – 1870.

    Published in 1947.

    Contains a few lovely illustrations of paintings of Charles Dickens at various ages.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

    xx

  • So Many Loves – Leo Walmsley – Autobiography – Vintage Book – 1945

    A lovely little book called So Many Loves by Leo Walmsley. This is his autobiography, and this version was published in 1945.

    Included inside the book was (and is) a page from “Broadsheet” dated September 1945, which contains an article on Leo Walmsley called “A Real Writer”.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

    xx

  • Dust of Dreams – Denise Robins – Vintage Book – Book Production War Economy Standard marking

    A lovely small book of the famous novel Dust of Dreams by Denise Robins, known as the “Queen of Romance”! This bookw as a 100-million copy bestseller.

    This is a book published some time during the wartime years as it contains the “Book Production War Economy Standard” stamp with the lion on top. According to some internet research, the BBC “A History of the World” website explains the following:

    “The need to conserve paper in Britain during World War II led to rationing from 1940 with Publishers having their paper supplies cut to 60% of their pre war usage. The ‘Book Production War Economy Agreement’ of 1942 between the Ministry of Supply and the Publishers Association bought in codes governing the production of books with strict guidelines covering print size, words per page, blank pages and so on. Whilst it was a voluntary agreement Publishers who didn’t join had their already rationed paper supply cut further. Despite the limitations placed on publishing during the War demand for books grew, especially amongst the less wealthy echelons of society. Paper rationing in Britain continued until 1949”.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

    xx

  • Chambers’s New Geography of the World – Illustrated – Maps – Vintage Book – 1930’s?

    A wonderful little book called Chambers’s New Geography of the World – Illustrated by Numerous Diagrams and Maps.

    I am estimating this to date from the 1930’s, going by the cover design, the look of the maps etc and the price on the cover. It looks like a really interesting little book and the maps (some in full colour) are delightful.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

    xx

  • The Chrysanthemum Growers Treasury – A. J. Macself – Vintage Book – Early 1950’s?

    This is such a lovely book – it is full of wonderful photos and drawn illustrations telling you all about the chrysanthemum and how to grow and care for them.

    I am guessing this to date from the early 1950’s, but sadly there is no date inside.

    There is no additional postage charge for multiple books.

    xx

  • A4 Print – Anne Frank – Quote – Watercolour – Book words – “Think of all the beauty still left around and be happy”

    An A4 print made from an original watercolour which was painted onto a collage background made from pages of literature, with a quote from Anne Frank.

    “Think of all the beauty still left around and be happy”.

    A4 – Size 297mm x 210mm

    Printed onto an unbleached paper stock with a fine textured appearance and feel.

    This paper is specifically chosen for a natural recycled matte finish.

    This listing is for the print only – this magnetic frame shown was actually an excellent Etsy purchase!

    The prints are posted in a card-backed A4 envelope for protection. There is no additional postage charge for more than one print purchased.

    Thank you 🙂
    xx

  • A4 Print – Albert Einstein – Quote – Watercolour – Book words – “It is harder to crack prejudice than an atom”

    An A4 print made from an original watercolour which was painted onto a collage background made from pages of literature, with a quote from Albert Einstein.

    “It is harder to crack prejudice than an atom”.

    A4 – Size 297mm x 210mm

    Printed onto an unbleached paper stock with a fine textured appearance and feel.

    This paper is specifically chosen for a natural recycled matte finish.

    This listing is for the print only – this magnetic frame shown was actually an excellent Etsy purchase!

    The prints are posted in a card-backed A4 envelope for protection. There is no additional postage charge for more than one print purchased.

    Thank you 🙂
    xx

  • vintage mic / Sony Electret / Condenser Microphone ECM-21 / Wind Screen Original battery / like new never used

    Sony Electret Condenser Microphone ECM-21

    Wind Screen and Original battery from the 70,s

    Been sat in my attic for years in its box used maybe once

    see pics

    make your own mind up

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