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Under instruction from the current owners- a complete clear out of period furniture, collectables, antique lighting and machinery, original artworks, historically important kitchenalia and much more– a treasure trove of scarce and rare period homestead artefacts, furniture and antiques with genuine South Australian historical importance. About Mossgiel Homestead (built 1841)…. Scottish immigrant Alexander Anderson (1810-1884) arrived in South Australia in 1838 on the “Surrey” from London with his wife and a baby born on the voyage. Alexander’s brother Peter (of Archerfield, Morphett Vale) their father James and sisters Barbara and Susan arrived in 1839 on the “Delhi”. Alexander operated a quarry in Brownhill Creek before moving his family to Morphett Vale in 1842 and establishing his farm Mossgeil, with a three roomed mud homestead on 240 acres. The farm was passed on to sons Thomas and then Alexander and remained in the family until 1958.

SUNDAY 18 FEBRUARY AT 11am

INSPECTION TIMES – FRIDAY 16TH & SATURDAY 17TH OF FEBRUARY

12pm – 4pm

40 Flaxmill Rd
Morphett Vale SA 5162

COLLECTION TIMES: Anytime during the Auction up to 5pm &

Monday (19th) 9am – 2pm

15% BUYERS PREMIUM APPLIES

PAYMENT: CASH, INTERNET TRANSFER, EFTPOS AVAILABLE – CREDIT CHARGE APPLIES  –  WE  DO NOT ACCEPT CHEQUES
FURTHER DETAILS ROGER KEARNS 0418 821 250

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