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Estate of Glenn & Rachel Sutton

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Aug 18
1pm to 5pm
Aug 19
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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FRI. AUG. 18, 1:00-5:00

SAT. AUG. 19, 9:00-2:00


ATHENS, 30606

This Frederick Orr house is a step-back into time having been closed for nearly 30 years.  Time stood still and there is wonderful items from the 1930s-1980s.  Dr. Glenn Sutton was a retired Navy Commander and former head of the School of Commerce at UGA.  He also served as the Chairman of the U.S. Tarriff Commission under 4 presidents.  Dr. Rachel Sutton was instrumental in the development of the Department of Education at the University.  The family has now decided to sell the contents of their home.

CONTENTS INCLUDE: Sofas, chairs, mahagony dining table & 6 chairs, mahogany dressing table, chest & bed, Mid-Century Lane cedar chest, traditional cedar chests, cedar wardrobe, maple dressing table & mirror, beds, chests, Mid-Century blonde chest, desk,  dinette set, Hoosier-style cupbard, bookcases, metal daybed, mahogany end tables, drop-leaf table, platform rocker, Boston Rockers, Windsor-style rocker, crib, piano, Bundy trumpet, vintage deck chairs, vintage bench, Mid-Century folding chairs, lamps, blue satin glass GWTW lamp, Federal-style mirror, gilt mirror, broken pediment mirror, pictures, silhouettes, Christ Janer print, Ann Orr metal work, china, Lennox china, Mid-Century china, glassware, silver, sterling, Rookwood Pottery, Weller, Roseville including rare 3-candle Pine Cone candelabras, vintage clothing, jewelry, militaria, Presidential items including flag from Nixon's oval office, books, many bookends, huge ephemera collection including Athens Normal School items, Athens High memorabilia and tons of UGA memorabilia including 1930's Pandoras, postcard collection, 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers World Championship pennant, record collection - including set of Lone Ranger records, record players, great vintage kitchen including 1950's ROPER gas range, metal & enamel cabinets, vintage utensils, refrigerators, W-D, Deco-style sewing machine, HUGE collection of ANTIQUE TOYS including rare 1930s ride-on steam roller, Chien, Ohio Art, Wolverine, tin toys, Marx train set in original box, wooden toys, games, puzzles,cap pistols, etc., vintage luggage, picnic table, antique trunks, yard tools & so much more.

NOTE:  Parking will be allowed in the lot beside the house provided the ground is not wet.  Please park as compactly as possible as there will be a lot of people hoping to park there.  We ask you be very respectful of the Sutton's property and that of the neighbors.  If you park on the street, please park on the correct side of the street.  There will be Security on the premises.  There will be Porta-Potties behind the house. Remember others will want to use them so try to keep them as clean as possible.

Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 3104.

We look forward to seeing you on Friday and Saturday.   


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