Chanel’s No. 5 Best Buys: Olympic torch, electric guitar, signed footy and Louis Vuitton bag among this week’s items
LOOKING to sniff out a bargain? Every Wednesday the Geelong Addy will bring you Chanel’s No. 5 Best Buys: a selection of preloved and secondhand goods on sale in the Geelong region.
From trash and treasures to weird and wacky buys, there will be plenty of hot deals to snag across five categories: Best Buys, Brand New Buys, Bizarre Buys, Bargain Buys and Bold Buys. If you’re a bargain hunter or a savvy shopper — check this out.
Description: Great find if you’ve dreamed of owning a designer bag. Authentic Louis Vuitton Speedy Dampier 35 in immaculate condition.
Description: Signed Sherrin Football by football legend David Schwartz.
Description: If you’re looking for a coat to stay warm during the winter, this could be for you. Size large Italian brand Conbipel sheepskin mens jacket.
BRAND NEW BUYS
Description: Brand new black Witchery Leather Bucket Bag with Witchery Dust Bag.
Description: Ceramic 25cm high hamburger cookie jar
Price: $3,000 negotiable
L ocation: Geelong
Description: Olympic torch from Sydney 2000 Olympics Relay in excellent condition. The authentic torch comes with a gas cylinder, so you can relight the torch if desired. It comes with a custom made glass stand for displaying the torch.
Description: Size 6 brown leather boots with comfortable lining in good condition.
Description: Royal Albert ‘Old Country Roses’ Dinner Set which comes with:
– 8 x dinner plates
– 8 x side plates
– 8 x bowls
– 8 x mugs
– 8 x tea cups
– 8 x saucers
*Usually $10-15 per item.
Price: $800 negotiable
Description: Jackson 7 String guitar with BPK Impulses. Bone nut/electronics/volume and tone pots all upgraded at Harrons Custom Guitars.
Price: $2,500 negotiable
Description: Original Pilbarra Chasm oil painting by Geelong artist Charles Moodie. The painting was created by Moodie over 20 years ago. It is 115.5cm in length and 91cm high.
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Originally published as Still carrying the torch for Sydney Games?