*** We don't give prices in advance of the sale; if it's in the pictures, it's there when we open on Friday! ***
We've uncovered plenty of treasures in this "overly-full" house -- so while it may be on the dusty side, there is plenty here to dig through!
Two spectacular weather vanes, one with the lightning rod glass ball and stand.
Three front tables are loaded with fun vintage finds, including old Fiesta Ware, some retro Haeger pieces, a few old cameras, lots of old pamphlets and booklets.
He was in the Navy so we have some things from his duffel bag including Navy-issue denim pants and shirts, a wool pullover, a couple of hard hats, a pair of old Navy coveralls, and even a few towels.
Looks like he worked for General Motors Electro-Motive Division (train engines), so there are some operator's manuals, other related materials, and a few instruction plates from inside the engine.
It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 220.
There's an impressive selection of Franciscan Desert Rose dinnerware, and also some of the "October" pattern.
Kitchen is quite full and if you can look past the dust you'll find a lot of great retro glassware and serving pieces, along with some small appliances and boxed goods.
Plenty of vintage furniture project pieces.
Books -- lots and lots and lots of books. Bring your keen eye and get ready to dig through tons of titles.
Linens -- bed and bath, some vintage designs, and also 3 Pendleton Wool throws.
We were also pleased to find, new in box, an NAD stereo integrated amplifier and the C422 stereo AM/FM tuner.
There are games, crafting supplies, two sewing machines, lots of office supplies, etc.
A couple tables of Christmas decor, some vintage linens and towels, men's and women's clothing, and much more.
And then there's the garage -- we could barely open the doors without everything falling out on us ... now it's organized and reveals his machinist background and general love of all things metal. Set aside a few hours for the garage and basement if you're a tool guy/gal. 3 vintage Stanley planes -- 2 Bedrocks and a Bailey
Showcase items include Victorian jewelry, a lovely chatelaine, some wheat pennies and silver certificates, and more.
The pictures tell *most* of the story .... just bring your eagle eyes and be prepared to find cool stuff everywhere!
Open from 10 - 3. Our numbers at 9:30. A watched list is honored ONLY to queue up for our numbers. ONLY our numbers set the order for entry.
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express cheerfully accepted (cards for purchases over $20). No personal checks.
... and, as always, a Kiss on your way out the door.