50% OFF SUNDAY!!! 2ND PREMIER ATLANTA ESTATE SALE - RARE COCA-COLA, MEMORABILIA, INK PENS, VINYL
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CREDIT CARDS & CASH RECEIVED AS FORMS OF PAYMENT. ALL GOODS SOLD AS IS; ALL SALES FINAL. ALL PURCHASES MUST BE REMOVED BY BUYER BEFORE SALE'S CONCLUSION. ARMED SECURITY ONSITE AT ALL TIMES!!!
(50% SUNDAY!!) PHASE 2 OPENING THIS THURSDAY!!!
ADVANCE SIGN-UP FOR 1ST DAY ADMITTANCE BEGINS AT 3 P.M. WEDNESDAY, AUG 21! (Sign-up sheet and corresponding numbers available on front steps.)
2ND PREMIER ATLANTA ESTATE SALE!
(HISTORIC DRUID HILLS)
843 Springdale Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
AUGUST 22-25, 2019
THURSDAY – FRIDAY – SATURDAY
9 A.M. – 5 P.M.
SUNDAY Noon – 5 P.M.
PHASE 2: IT'S ANOTHER ANTIQUARIAN DREAM SALE -- This second sale contains gorgeous 19th C. antique furnishings, 500+ ink pens, rare antique and vintage books, original art, prints, tools, ephemera and hundreds of unusual items. Pictures tell the story but this is one of the Southeast’s – and perhaps, the nation’s – largest Coca-Cola collections that continues to be sold August 22-25 at the Atlanta home of the late Thomas Eskew.
The sale takes place at the Eskew residence and garage located in historic Druid Hills (Atlanta). This is the second estate “tag” sale planned to liquidate personal property -- it is just as packed as the first one!
Eskew, a colorful Atlanta resident for more than 35 years, was chronicled in the early 2000s in Atlanta magazine and Creative Loafing newspaper for his Bohemian lifestyle and “gatherer” nature. He amassed these collections during his career as an aluminum company executive who traveled throughout Georgia and the Southeast.
On sale days, shoppers may purchase items from the late 1800s to modern day – literally hundreds of Coca-Cola and soft drink ephemera, metal trays, clocks, posters, calendars, thermometers, ink blotters, playing cards, glasses, bottles and collectible trinkets. You'll also find gas globes, Planters Peanut and other retail memorabilia.
This sale offers two early 1900s Zeno chewing gum machines, more than 600 fountain pens (including several 14kt gold sets; early 1900s to 1950s by Schaeffer's, Mont Blanc, Parker, Waterman and Ideal) and mechanical logo pencils, Schaeffer's porcelain figurines, Parker Art Deco pen and other wooden store displays, tools, electronics, silverplate, sterling flatware, early Olympics pin collections, Fiesta dinnerware, Kentucky Derby memorabilia, quilts and collector T-shirts.
Uniquities include several 1940s-50s Coca-Cola advertising manuals and training records (see pictures), 1930s Coca-Cola posters, calendars and trays (also 100+ reproduction, like-new serving/tip trays and coasters), lighted 1960s Budweiser beer display, 1930s Art Deco floor scales, seven barristers' bookcases, card boxes and files, antique map cabinet, early 1800s unique square-poster bed and walnut armoire, early 1900s brass NCR cash register, 1950s stereo console and many old tabletop radios - none of which was available previously.
Household furnishings include Empire and Victorian furniture dating from the 1800s, oil paintings, early 1900s Steuben and antique chandeliers (including a gorgeous crystal chandelier rescued from the historic Pink House in Buckhead), John Broadwood and Sons baby grand piano (made by the London manufacturer that produced the same piano for Queen Elizabeth II), 25+ antique mantle and grandfather clocks, vintage barber chairs, two caskets, vintage and modern books, 1,000+ record albums (priced at $1 each/$5 per set), movie posters and CDs, original Howard Finster autographed lithos, books and ephemera, R.A. Miller, Sister Louisa and Panorama Ray folk art, Ray Harm, Jim Harrison and Vernon Green signed lithographs, incredible Atlanta/early ephemera, magazines and vintage photographs.
All one can say is "seeing is believing!" Once again, this house is packed from floor to ceiling!
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