A GONG from Indonesia, a butler stand and an antique wash basin are items a Howlong couple hope to sell at their garage sale.
For Bill and Norma Nichol, collectors for more than 60 years, it’s time to down-size.
“The kids don’t want my mother’s things that are over 100 years old,” Mrs Nichol said.
The couple took over Albury’s Midstates Records in 1983 and managed the store for 12 years.
The shop was in the family until closing three years ago.
“We had a sale 11 years ago where we sold a lot of records and memorabilia,” Mrs Nichol said.
“We still have a small collection of records we hope to sell.”
The couple also have items from their daughter’s old shop, Under the Volcano, to sell.
Among rarer items for sale on September 28-29 is a 1918 horse-drawn orchard sprayer.
The sale will be held at 118 Townsend Street, Howlong.