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Huge Multi Family Yard Sale

by Press Release
May 16, 2018

Huge Multi Family Yard Sale

5/19 & 5/20

Saturday 8-3

Sunday 9-2

 

Antiques, collectables, camping equipment, decorative local area map prints, Harley Davidson parts, Yamaha parts, tools, furniture, china, clothes, Chicken Coop and supplies, Dog Equipment, Leather Cobb Size Horse Harness, Freezer, 2002 Yamaha classic 1100 Motorcycle,1988 Iroc Camaro,41 Chevy coupe parts car, Ski Mobile, Wave runner

 

1818 Washington Street

Holliston, MA 01746

 

 

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