An elderly couple are getting reduce household appliances they bought a lot more than 50 years ago.
Questionnaire Saunders, 83, and wife Rachel, 81, from Exeter, have a drop dryer, water boiler, cooker plus washing machine, all in recent functioning order.
They purchased some of the items when they got married within 1956 and have been using most of them considering that.
They say they are “not interested” in money and wish a museum or collector is going to take them.
Within the items for sale is a Servis washer which the couple bought for £ 60 when they first got married.
“It was a lot of money during those times, ” said Mrs Saunders.
All of the items operate, yet Mr Saunders said the washer does “have the slightest associated with leaks”.
The tumble clothes dryer was bought when their initial daughter was born 55 years ago plus was used until a couple of months back.
They also have a Baby Belling cooker bought in 1956 meant for £ 19 and a five-gallon central heating boiler bought in 1959 for about £ 15.
The few decided to get rid of the appliances after “having a clear out”.
“It would be an awful shame in order to throw them away or to take them to the suggestion, ” said Mrs Saunders.
“We’ve been here for 6 decades and we’ve kept them regarding spares for years, but now we’ll by no means use them again.
“I’m not bothered about the price : I’d like them to go to a museum or even something like that so they can be maintained. ”