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Amazing Asian Decor and More

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Dec 10
8am
2017

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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:
SUNDAY December 10, 2017

Auction Starts at 10:00 am Doors open at 8:00 am

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Saturday December 9, 2017 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm or
Sunday December 10, 2017 from 8:00 am up until start of auction
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Special ONLINE and Live Auction 

Doors Open at 8:00 A.M.
Online Bidding Starts At 12:00 Noon

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Season Greetings to y’all!!  We have yet another exciting a fun auction set up for you this week!  We still have Christmas goods, everything you need to make your holiday season easy-peasy!  Whether it is for entertaining, decorating or gift giving, we can literally be your one stop shop!  Why shop at big box stores and buy the same item everyone else is buying?  Here you can buy beautiful, one of a kind, ‘limited editions’ items that will thrill your recipient!  

Be sure to be here by noon for our Amazing Asian Collectibles online auction.  Stunning pieces from China and Japan that will bring tears to your eyes with their beauty.  (this was a fascinating auction for us to bring you, we learned so much!  Although in the course I did not learn to read chinese...I tried…)  Also available for auction are some beautiful Van Briggle pieces-did you know that Van Briggle pottery is based in Colorado Springs?? 

To take a sneak preview of the items go to LiveAuctioneers.com  
*****breaking news…..we will have a Saturday Brass Train and Coin auction on 12/16 at Noon!! Preview is now available at LiveAuctioneers.com ****


Christmas:  This week we have our classic assortment of trees, ornaments, Mangers, santa’s, snowmen and other decor...but did you know...we have the most famous reindeer of all!!  RUDOLPH!!!  Did you know...That Montgomery Wards (the department store from way back when)  is credited for the introduction of Rudolph?  Rudolph first appeared in a 1939 booklet written by Robert L. May, and was published by Montgomery Ward.  (I think that we can then credit Robert L. May and Montgomery Ward for highlighting bullying through the whimsical fun made at Rudolph’s expense-don’t even get me started on the misfit toys!!)  Back to Rudolph-we have ornaments, characters from the beloved TV show, a store display piece, and an adorable (I do mean ADORBS) full on epic diorama of the characters….so cute! 

Furniture:  Hold your horses...or your Amazing Longhorn/Steer horn chair...this one of a kind seating will be available on 12/17’s auction, in addition to the amazing chair, we have an awesome late 1800’s safe with a marble top and wood footboard, wood interior with shelves and fitted drawers, combination and keys present, marked Herring & Co New York...but this Sunday, these awesome pieces are available:  Set of 3 cherub backed claw foot chairs with dark leather upholstrey, kidney shaped 3 piece sectional from “Preview” furniture company, painted/printed red asian cabinet, 7ft lighted curio cabinet with glass shelves, 45” concrete Indian Goddess garden statue, pair of ceramic elephant garden stools, old asian styled tea table, nice butlers cabinet with glass front-secretary drawer with fitted interior, inlaid six drawer dresser, oak 3 drawer dresser, carved/inlaid two tier table, unusual smoke stand with false bookcase front, gallery top with marble, pair of 4 drawer nightstands, pair of log full sized beds (perfect for your mountain get-a-way) small drop leaf table with inlaid floral top, mission style bow tie side table set, 6 drawer high-boy dresser, contemporary oak bedroom set with two dressers and nightstands, waterfall style cedar chest, footed blanket chest, Jacobian style buffet and mirrored front china cabinet, inlaid oval table with heavily carved legs, drop leaf games table with 4 chairs, 6ft oak bookcase, antique colonial style cupboard, nice rolling serving cart, 2 pedestal leather topped writing desk, lane writing/computer desk with gallery top, Henredon 7ft gold brocade sofa, empire 4 drawer linen chest/dresser, 4 ft oak bookcase, pair art metal swivel stools, art metal topped breakfast pub table with four stools, oak/glass table set with turned legs, glass and metal sofa table, 48” round drop leaf table, nice old blanket chest dovetail design, cream colored loveseat, 44” round oak table, set of 4 oak chairs, antique cradle, 3 pc dresser set with mirror, black bar table with 5 stools, antique flat top and camel back trunks, art metal room divider, two carved door with heavy metal bands and accents (super cool!), heavy oak butcher block kitchen island table-provide your own base, castle style lighted mailbox, art metal screen, great old wood tool boxes, great old writing desk with hoofed feet.

Collectibles:  Tons and tons (and more tons) of costume jewelry!  And to go with this jewelry, lots of vintage women’s hats.  Speaking of beautiful, we have decorative Marilyn Monroe Merlot bottles, nothing says diva like Marilyn!  Framed pictures of celebrities-The Boss-Bruce Springsteen, Elvis, Judy Garland, Liza, Roy Rogers, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elton John and more.Beautiful Mother of Pearl carved religious scene, art glass bowls and vases, hand tooled leather purse and wallet, Waterford bowl, to complement our Amazing Asian Collectibles, we have tons of other Asian inspired bowls, lamps, vases, statues and anything else you could possibly want.  

Toys:  Vintage tupperware toys (yes in the 70’s they made toys too!) Vintage Fisher Price Gabby Goofie pull toy, Lite Brite, M&M phone, loads of Hotwheels! Some new in packages, car carriers, Nascar cars and hauling trucks (some still in packages) Epic Nascar Limited Edition 1998 Chase Car Collection for 50th Anniversary, Sinclair Strearman Bi-Planes in box, die cast Texaco “Wings of Texaco” planes in boxes, Madame Alexander dolls, Revell Trucks, STAR WARS!!  Lots of Star Wars-Action Fleet Mini’s- from the Classic Galoob line (original trilogy shops 1995-6) and Episode I line (The Phantom Menace 1998-2000), Star Wars store display pieces, die cast ships, Kids meal toy prizes from Burger King/Taco Bell and Pizza Hut, pez...my favorite is the light-saber pencil case!  

Kitchen Gear: Lovely Salem Swirl dinnerware, stunning Royal Dulton “Sovereign” dinnerware (fit for a queen...or king) tea sets, stemware, enough wine openers to have one in every room of your house and every room of your friends homes, TK Thurney dinnerware, and fun Muppet Character glasses.

Ephemera: Time Life  Books “The Old West”, lots of books and magazines about trains and railroads, some really cool Train Union/Employee ‘agreement’ and handbooks, sports trading cards, vintage post cards, Song Hit magazines from the 60’s, and of course comics!  Superman, Star Wars, Beetle Bailey, Jughead to name a few.

It’s Electric: Vintage Argus projector, Brownie movie camera, Jackson (youth) electric guitar and Sawer amp, among the various cool lamps we have for you this week!

Tools and Garage Gear: Tool cart, oil cans, car ramps, 6ft ladder, craftsman leaf blower, buffers, Coleman stoves and lanterns, Toro lawn mower, various hand tools and tool boxes.

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