Stag Bureau

Stag bureau in dark wood - good condition. Matching dresser and dining table with 4 chairs also available. Diana Rigg was already well known as Emma Peel, the iconic kick-ass star of sixties hit TV series The Avengers, when she made these two short Super-8 films The Diadem (1966) and Mini-Killers (1969). The Avengers was one of that decade’s most successful TV series, so why Rigg should have agreed to appear in these rather bizarre home-movies, I have no idea, but perhaps as Steven Puchalski.

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Stag minstrel dressing table - desk/blue or grey

Choice of 2 stag minstrel desk or dressing table brought back to new with rust oleum furniture paint and laquer

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Stag minstrel bureau

No lock & has been replaced with a knob & scruffy writing mat Collection or free local delivery
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Desk from stag minstrel dressing table

Stag minstrel furniture could be desk or dressing table brought back to life with rust - oleum furniture paint and laquer great condition great look great price
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Stag minstrel desk / dressing table

Stag minstrel dressing table/ desk brought back to life with rust-oleum furniture paint and laquer great look great condition great price
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Desk or dressing table

Stag minstrel dressing table or desk brought back to life with rust - oleum furniture paint and laquer gret condition great look great price priced to sell..
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Stag minstrel mirror

Will require bracket attaching to hold mirror in place ( bracket available ) Collection only
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Stag minstrel display cabinet

A stag minstrel display cabinet with 2 glass shelves in great condition. Ideal for displaying collections .
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Stag minstrel Cheval mirror

Free standing stag minstrel mirror Mahogany wood Tiny bit of tarnishing on mirror as shown In the picture Very sturdy
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Stag minstrel coffee table

This is a dark oak solid wood coffee table. It is in good condition. Buyer collects dimensions length 48' width 24' height 20'
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Wooden frame stag minstrel mirror

Size 62 CMS X 54 CMS. Solid hardwood frame. Stag minstrel. Some foxing to glass.
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Stag furniture

Console/hallway table. Genuine stag furniture, excellent quality and condition. Stag furniture . Posted by Scott in home & garden, other household goods in..
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Stag minstrel triple mirror. Excellent condition

Triple Stag dressing table mirror. In excellent condition. Base 50cm x 16cm when closed. Overall height 60cm
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Vintage Stag Minstrel swivel vanity mirror

Vintage Stag vanity mirror from their popular Minstrel range in good condition
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Extremely good stag minstrel tallboy 7 drawer chest of drawers mahogan

Stag minstrel tallboy 7 drawer chest of drawers well view.Extremly brilliantly condition.Can delivery locally

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Stag minstrel mahogany five drawer lockable bureau/desk( good condition)

Stag minstrel mahogany five drawer lockable bureau/desk( good condition) stag minstrel mahogany five drawer lockable bureau/desk( good condition). Posted by..
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Stag mirror

Cash and cards accepted. We can also take payment over the phone and you can use are PayPal service items are at CT furniture Peterlee, howletch retail park,..
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Stag canvas

Stag painting canvas stag canvas . Posted by Nathan in dining, living room furniture, paintings & pictures in Sutton. 21 February 2021
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Next stag lamp

Next gold stag lamp with beige/gold lamp shade next stag lamp. Posted by Debbie in nursery & children's furniture, lamps, lights & shades in Larkhall. 19..
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Stag sideboard

Cash and cards accepted. We can also take payment over the phone items are at CT furniture Peterlee, howletch retail park, Peterlee, Co Durham. Sr8 2bl. Reg..
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Stag console

This StagWelcome bonus xe88. Console has been refurbished and retains its original hardware. The main body and drawers have been painted with Farrow and Ball Off Black and the top..
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Vintage stag teak bedside table retro mid century teak furniture

A stylish bedside table by stag furniture, mid 1960's. Height 70cm width 44cm depth 44cm condition good free delivery in London
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Stag Furniture Original Brass Button Mushrooms Shaped Handle

Three stag furniture original brass button mushroom handles . Size diameter 20 mm X 2m height.
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DVD/CD unit by stag

Beautiful Stag Unit with hinged opening for further storage. Excellent Condition. Lovely piece of furniture. Contents not included.
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Stag floor standing mirror

Collection from: CT furniture 6 Heaton terrace Byker Newcastle upon Tye ne6 1jr items can be delivered locally. Please telephone the site on the contact number..

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Phelps Dodge and Company
Stag Canon No. 1 Mine Explosion

Dawson, Colfax County, New Mexico
February 8, 1923
No. Killed - 120
USBM Final Investigation Report(4.1 Mb)HSA Bulletin Article on Stag Canon No. 1(3.6 Mb)

The explosion demolished rockdust barriers on the main entry and aircourse without stopping. A locomotive had put two loaded cars on the track after dragging them 100 feet, knocking out several timbers in doing so. The trolley and feed wires came down on the steel cars, and arcs set off the dense cloud of dust dislodged from the timbers.
The explosion was propagated through the mine by the coal dust. Sprinkling had been confined to wetting cars and the floor of entries and was ineffective. Rockdusting and rockdust barriers were recommended.

The cause of the explosion is a mystery. A statement by the company declared the mine was well sprinkled and was not gaseous.
The explosion did not wreck the mine fan and ventilation soon was established.
The explosion was the second in Phelps-Dodge property here, a similar accident in mine No. 2 wiping out 263 lives in 1913.
While company workers who volunteered for rescue duty were continuing their efforts the United States bureau of miners started a rescue car here from Hanna, Wyo., and a second car sent by the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company was sent from Trinidad.
Almost before the reverberation from the explosion ended, scored of women and children, members of the families of the miners, run to the mouth of the property. Weeping for their loved ones inside they pressed forward about the cordon of guards formed in front of the mouth of the mine. The guards kept them back so that the work of rescue parties would not be hampered.
The loss of life may be large, although the usual precautionary measures taking in the mining operations will undoubtedly result in saving those in the inner workings of the soft coal mine beyond the immediate field of the explosion.
The mine is one of the largest operated by the company at Dawson and was previously the scene of a subterranean tomb as the aftermath of the blast.
For more than a week, rescue crews braved the dangers of falling debris, fire, and gas, before the last bodies of the miners killed in the blast and fire were recovered.
Officials at the time were unable to account for the disastrous explosion in the Stag canon mine No. 2, but following the accident, officials declared it was their beliefs that a miner with an open lamp had encountered an unknown pocket filled with gas, which was exploded, wrecking the mine.
Dawson is one of the largest coal mining camps in the United States. Four mines are operated at that place, the total population of the company numbering about 5,000. Cause of Mine Blast Unknown
Akron Weekly Pioneer Press, Akron, Colorado
February 16, 1923
Dawson, N. M. -- The shattered depths of Dawson mine No. 1 had given up seventy dead and two living. Within the subterranean tomb fifty miners still remain. It is more than a reasonable certainty that all have perished, according to officials.
Bathed in the warm rays of the dazzling sun, Dawson set about the task of burying her dead. The rough pine boxes, carrying all that was mortal of those whose lives were snuffed out in the disaster, were borne through the main street of the town, out along the winding rustic trail to the peaceful, cross-bedecked hillside, which is to be their last resting place.
A small knot of men idled around the entrance to the mine waiting for more bodies to be brought out. A huge crowd surged against the ropes which barred them from the mine mouth. In the crowd were many women and children. As in the other days since the blast, they are dry-eyed, unemotional and quiet.
Touching scenes were enacted in the little Catholic church of Dawson and at the graveside. It was there, apparently that the full realization of the enormity of their loss smote for the first time many of those who have been too stunned by the explosion to betray their sorrow.
In a few brief words of comfort, Father Joseph Couterier and a visiting priest sought to assuage the pain of the people left behind, as the last rites of the church were administered to their loved ones. In Protestant homes the last rites were simple.
Dawson's soldier dead were buried with such military services as possible in the emergency. The coffins of the men who had served in the World War were wrapped in the Stars and Stripes.
Each grave will be marked with a simple cross bearing the name of the occupant. Adjoining the burial plot of Thursday's disaster are more than 20 graves of Dawson men who died when Stag Canon Mine No. 2 was wrecked by an explosion in 1913.
Regular shifts of more than fifty men worked inside the mine. In several instances bodies have been found to be deeply buried in debris. Others are more visible beyond piles of rocks and coal and will be brought out as soon as passageways have been cleared for the stretcher-bearers. Daniel Harrington, supervising engineer of the United States Bureau of Mines, after a journey through the damaged mine, declared his search had revealed nothing to indicate what was responsible for the blast.
'The mine shows the usual wrecked condition of a mine after an explosion,' he declared.