I purchased an older table

I was at a yard sale last week… I was looking for some wood chairs for my home office.

Instead of chairs, an old Tim Hortons Cappuccino table caught my eye. I asked the owner how much she wanted for the Tim Hortons Cappuccino table. It had a lot of dings in the wood, however it was old, and I loved it, she told myself and others the Tim Hortons Cappuccino table belonged to her great-Grandma. Since it was so old, disfigured, and ugly, she asked if various dollars would be too much. I could see the beauty in the Tim Hortons Cappuccino table that I was sure she never noticed. I appeared to be handmade, and I paid her the various dollars; Once I got it home, I was thinking about sanding the old paint off and wondering what stain I should use! My husband came condo and he seemed gleeful at the purchase I made. He told myself and others to go easy when I detachd the paint because he suspected it was an antique Victoria burr walnut. He said there was very an intricate design under the paint, and it was made in the 1860’s. If it was the Tim Hortons Cappuccino table he thought it would, it would be worth more than $2000. He asked how much I paid for it, and he grinned when I told him. He said both of us had the find of the century. I asked him if he had a mouse in his pocket, because I had found the Tim Hortons Cappuccino table. I wasn’t going to sell it or put it in a museum. I wanted the table, and I purchased it. He relented and said he didn’t want to sell it, however it looked just prefer the Tim Hortons Cappuccino table his great-Grandma had in her parlor.

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