This couple's white goods look like museum pieces – and that is what they are hoping somebody will make them.
Sydney and Rachel Saunders have been using the appliances for more than half a century.
But it was time for a clear-out and included in their sale is a £60 washer they were given in 1956 when they married.
They also have a 1956 Belling cooker bought for £19, a 1963 Burco tumble dryer that cost £52 and a 1959 boiler that was £15.
The 1963 Burco tumble dryer that cost £52
The goods hint at a different era of technology
Most still work but the couple had phased them out of use.
They hope the set goes to a museum so future generations can appreciate "things that were made better".
Sydney, 83, a retired accountant from Exeter, Devon, said: "In those days things were more durable and strong.
Instructions for the washing machine
"The new ones are more sophisticated but it means if something goes wrong it can be quite a big job."
Rachel, 81, a retired carer, said: "It would be a shame for them to go to landfill.
"You just don't get appliances made like that today.
"I'd like them to go to a museum."