He found a great lounge chair in black leatherette that he's selling for $450. As he says, "Selig??? Overman??? I don't know. Does it matter? Excellent condition top to bottom. Has a good look and feel and chair tilts for added comfort."
He also has four Eames shell chairs with original Eiffel bases. The shells are in varying conditions...painted, small cracks, some stains, and the bases could use new glides and a little spray paint, but if you're a DIYer, these are a good buy at only $50 each. The reproduction bases cost more than twice that!
Actually, a couple of years ago, I repaired a fiberglass shell that I'd bought for $5 with a $15 Bondo fiberglass repair kit and an emery board, which I found easier to manipulate than sandpaper or a sanding block. Once it was patched and sanded, I painted it with Krylon Fusion paint. It turned out amazingly well, so I know somebody handy could give these chairs a second chance.
Finally, he found a modernist fireplace tool set that he's selling for $150. The chrome handles are in great condition, and it will really look sharp when it's all cleaned up.