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Dec 15
1pm to 5pm
Dec 16
9am to 2pm

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All items are sold AS IS with no returns, refunds or exchanges. Cash or personal check with proper identification accepted. NO credit cards. All purchases must be removed from the premises by the end of the sale. No movers or packers provided. Pence Heritage,LLC is not responsible for any accidents, liabilities or claims. NO preview or pre-sales. SALES TAX will be collected.
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(former head of the UGA School of Art)

FRI. DEC. 15, 1pm-5pm

SAT. DEC 16, 9am-2pm

This sale description was copied from EstateSales.NET on 12/17/2017 (241-201-12:36:48 AM). Please check there for accurate up-to-date information (196-54).

A perfect place to do your Christmas shopping.  You'll find unusual, one of a kind items that just won't be in any stores.


Watch for additions to this listing each day.  

Late 17th C. - 18th C. Pilgrim slat-back chair, Mission style Arts & Crafts oak drop-front desk, Victorian bachelor's chest, blanket chest, Victorian parlor chairs, oval Queen Anne dining table, set Windsor dining chairs, sofas, Mid-Century chairs, wing-backs, Jenny Lind bed, Mission oak beds, bird's eye maple chest, mahogany pie rust tilt-top table, ca 1750-1780 plain tilt-top table with snake legs, bookcases, maple desk, linens, lamps, Laurel Mushroon Lamp,  Sheridan tea caddy, silver-plate and sterling, sterling Tiffany & Co. teapot and sugar, pair of Hester Bateman gravy ladles, china, Limoges, Cauldon, Rose Medallion, French & Italian Faience, Van Briggle,  huge collection of local pottery (Michael Simon, Earl McCutcheon, Pitts, Myers, Chappel, and others), original art including large collection of works by Albert Christ-Janer and works by other listed artists -- Anthony Ruzicka, Philip Bornarth, Mildred Bent, and others, originals by local artists Bob Nix, June Johnson, Mary Sayers Hammond, and others,coffee grinders, crockery, rare Horlick Malted Milk  apothecary jars, books --many old and leather bound, early Funk & Wagnalls Dictionary with original wooden crate, art exhibition catalogs, ephemera, Vol. No. 1 Mad Magazine, postcards, camel back doll trunk, trains,fabric banner from 1975 Rolling Stones  "Tour of the Americas", 1978 Tom Petty & Heartbeats "You're Going to Get it" Mylar poster, vinyls, Devo collection,camera including Nikon "s" and Land Camera, Yamaha guitar, autoharp, coronet,clothes, jewelry (costume & fine),Oreck vac, Honda pressure washer, shop vac, drill, hand tools, ladders, weed eater, chain saw,  bicycle, art supplies galore,

 and so much more to list.

Will post more photos as soon as we can. 

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