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Kensington Historic Estate / Balboa Park/SD History Center Beneficiary)

  • Estate Sale

  • The address for this sale in San Diego, CA 92116 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Thu
Nov 16
8:30am to 3pm
2017
Fri
Nov 17
8:30am to 3pm
2017

Legacy Estate Liquidation, LLC.


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Terms and Conditions:

We accept cash and credit/debit cards but would prefer cash.
All re-sellers must provide proof of a resale license-so bring a copy of your resale license
We charge California 7.75% sales tax
We provide names of movers-we are unable to move items for you
All sales are final-sold "as is"-check carefully-no refunds or exchanges
All jewelry, watches, gold, silver, etc. are not kept at the location until the day of the sale
Please wear comfortable shoes...
Open boxes are welcome..please keep large bags in your car...

Legacy Estate Liquidation and Homeowner are not responsible for any injury or liability that may occur during the estate sale!
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This historic home was designed by San Diego Architect, Richard S. Requa.  Requa is well known for his designs relating to the 1935 Exposition;the Spreckles Theatre and numerous historic homes throughout San Diego. 

Parker H. Jackson, the deceased owner of the historic estate, was the volunteer conservator of Requa historical related documents, photos, books and wrought iron designs, which have been donated to the San Diego History Center for historic preservation and research.

Mr. Jackson was an avid collector of so many interesting and one of a kind objects. This estate is a wonderful opportunity for the San Diego community to purchase these rare and interesting objects.

The following is being sold:

Furniture..tile top tables, antique Spanish, mid-century, teak rush, Spanish wrought iron, demi-lune desk, vintage leather couches and chairs, antique kitchen table; architect drafting table(perfect for storing maps, water colors), etc...

Vintage wrought iron collection...lamps, candle holders (many floor..) tables, patio, bakers shelf.......

It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 2161.

Steinway player piano ,1929, model L Grand Mahogany....included hundreds of rolls.

Collection of Wedgewood (some rare), fine crystal (Waterford), pewter, Heisey punch bowl, Majolica (English Brown Jardiniere,large vase), stain glass windows, Ruby red wine decanter with bottles..much more

Art...pastels, prints, watercolors.....

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Scandinavian teak , bowls...copper pots...vintage straw/wine bottle

Caste iron blue enamel stove (converted to electric)

Some tools.... large & small pigeon wire cage....

House full...all must go...refrigerator...

Due to time constraints we were not able to take many photos...so much more items...

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