It will be an "emotional" goodbye for a Berrigan family on Sunday when their father's antiques and collectables are auctioned off.
Jack Lee's love of collecting spanned 50 years and started with old farm machinery but grew to "smaller more unique items".
"Dad just liked stuff," daughter Elizabeth Browne told The Border Mail.
"It is a really eclectic collection.
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"We always joked that we would have to glue his hands to his pockets because he always came home with something."
The collection, which will be sold at the Berrigan Soldiers Memorial Hall, includes everything from old oil cans, war memorabilia and "everything branded Furphy".
"He loved Furphy things but also little bits and pieces from old farms - a lot of the items came from properties around here.
"He loved this community, he wasn't a sporting man but was very much involved around town."
Mr Lee died in 2012 and his wife Stella died 12 months ago today.
"It will be very emotional but we decided as a family it was time to sell it," daughter Robyn Moore said.
The items will be auctioned off on Sunday by Country Clearance Auctions from 10am.