We bought mainly books - just happened to strike lucky - though I did get some crinoline lady china - 5 cups and 6 saucers, which is wrapped and packed ready to go with us when we move.
I was fortunate enough to buy a carrier bagful of odds and sods in the needlework line, for just £2. As you can see,a whole set of needles, plus some spare, a set of sock needles, bag of zips (taken from other clothing, to be used again, as we always used to do), bias binding, fasteners, a sewing book and bits and bobs.
Click on the photos to enlarge them, but the books we bought are:
A Country Calender and Other Writings by Flora Thompson (20p)
The Working Classes in Victorian Fiction - P J Keating (20p)
Fishlocks Wild Tracks - 12 Walks in Wales (20p)
The Selected Letters of Somerville & Ross ed. by Gifford Lewis (10p - I nearly bit his hand off, as I have several of their books from many, many years ago so this will keep them company. This book is selling for about £18 on line).
Our Mutual Friend - Dickens (20p) - decided to get this after hearing it serialized on Radio 4 recently.
50 Walks in Devon (20p)
Dissolution - C J Sansom (20p) - another one on my wanted list - I'd asked D for a copy for Christmas.
This England - W S Shears (publ. 1938) 50p - another oldie but goodie.
Great battles in the Ancient World (OH paid £1 for this)
The British Isles - a real coffee table book full of fabulous photos, and nearly the size of a coffee table and ONLY 50p!!!
So for £3.30, we got half a library!