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Prairie Village Estate Sale Full of American Antiques & Original Art

  • Estate Sale

  • The address for this sale in Prairie Village, KS 66207 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Thu
Apr 06
9am to 4pm
2017
Fri
Apr 07
9am to 4pm
2017
Sat
Apr 08
9am to 4pm
2017

Brown Button Estate Sale Services


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Terms and Conditions:

Cash, Check, Debit and Credit accepted with no minimums. For the benefit of all our customers, we do not allow previews, pre-sales or pre-pricing information. Load out assistance for large items available during most of our open hours. Plastic bags available, although bringing your own is encouraged. We hope you find our staff friendly and helpful.
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PRAIRIE VILLAGE ESTATE SALE //  This home is filled with furniture, decor, antiques, and features two vehicles as part of the sale. 

- DESCRIPTION -

2004 Cadillac Deville with 52,838 miles

  • Six disc CD changer
  • Leather seats

2008 Ford Crown Victoria LX with 60,636 miles

  • V8 Flex-Fuel
  • Keyless entry
  • Leather seats
  • One owner, purchased at Dick Smith Ford
  • Maintenance and inspection reports

To test drive, please bring a valid driver's license and proof of insurance. 

Furniture:
Hamilton by Baldwin mahogany console piano c. 1947, Davis, dining table with two leaves and for splat back chairs, Knob Creek Queen Anne style lowboy with burl veneers, Antique pine corner cupboard, Wrought iron and glass bakers rack, Red posted sofa, Antique secretary desk, Camelback sofa 7”length, Cibola leather armchair & ottoman, Antique tufted armchair with carved dog’s head motif, Barwick grandfather clock, Arm chair w/ hobnail accents, Tufted faux leather wingback chair w/ ottoman, Drop leaf walnut coffee table, Davis three drawer console table, Antique mahogany tripod end table, Drop front secretary hutch, Iron twin bed w/ mattress, Late victorian commode with mirror, Mid century five drawer credenza, Upholstered arm chair and ottoman with custom slip covers, Upholstered wingback settee, Full bed with mattress & boxspring, Stone top occasional table w/ cast iron base, Riverside painted media cabinet, Biggs set of three nesting tables, Wooden console table with matching small cushioned bench, White three drawer chest, Wicker armchair & ottoman with matching nightstand and elephant table, Faux leather office chair

Art & Sculpture:
Page from 16th century “New Kreuterbuch”, Pair of original Ruth Brandt oil paintings, Pastoral Giclée in illuminated frame, Dallin Bronze “The Scout” replica, Early 19th century miniature portrait of “Mr. H. Shepard” oil on bone, Original Gladys Brandt acrylic on canvas, Frederic Remington “Bronco Buster” spelter reproduction on marble base, 19th century miniature portrait of a woman oil on bone Speculaas wooden cookie mold, Manuscript on parchment Latin text with Tendril Marginalia 14th-15th century, Signed Virginia Moberly watercolor, Signed Klaus Kuntscher, Set of three hand colored lithographic prints from “Mr. Sponges Sporting Tour”, Signed Mildred Burns ink and watercolor, variety of original paintings, ceramic vases, vessels and figurines.

Antique & Vintage:
Russian handpainted filigree enamel trinket box, early Victorian mahogany tea caddy with 1840s inscription, Antique books including 1839 Julius Caesar with four fold out maps, antique Victorian pencil box, small collection of cross gold filled ballpoint pens, primitive wooden cookie mold, pair of sterling silver three arm candelabras, collection of copper tea kettles and pictures, collection of antique advertising tins including: sweet Cuba chewing tobacco, rolled gold pretzels, George Washington cut plug, and Pickwick peanut butter, antique wooden mortar and pestle all, Sheridan silver plate ice bucket, collection of trinket and snuff boxes including Limoges, Crummles, and papier-mâché lacquered boxes made in France, Satsuma hand-painted egg, antique Seth Thomas mantle clock, hand painted cabinet, large cast iron fire poker, vintage glass bottles and railroad insulators, vintage dolls and doll furniture, western auto toy semi truck, large wool 48 star flag, pair of vintage ukuleles, vintage phrenology bust, pair of vintage ukuleles, Kay Bojensen Denmark mid century teak Dachshund, : Record collection including: – Pink Floyd, Elton John, Alien Soundtrack, Queen, Rush, Dave Brubeck, Bill Evans – Italian leather trinket box, Russian hand painted egg, wooden duck decoys, Reuge vintage music box, 71 Lithographs Author cards c. 1870’s, Raggedy Ann’s magical wishes book, antique vanity set, primitive wooden rolling pin, and a large assortment of brass and pewter candlesticks.

China & Glassware:
Richard Ginori “Ercolano” 25 piece set made in Italy anthemion motif in assorted colors five place settings, Meissen blue onion coffee pot, W. H. Grindley & Co. Marir flow blue antique plate, Swaine & Co “Cornflower” stein, Antique flow blue lids , Meissen Minton blue Delft dinner plate, Meissen blue onion footed tea cup and saucer on stand, Adams China Wedgwood group “Adair” 21 pieces, Booths blue dragon,Baccarat France crystal harcourt “Missouri “ mustard jar, Canton flow blue plate, Antique Wedgwood dinner plates with stands, Hertel Jacob #1052 set of 9, Several collections of glass stem ware, ceramic plates, depression glass, and serving plates.

Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 321.

...and much more.

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- the Brown Button Team


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Q: Do you accept credit cards and/or checks at your sale?

A: Yes. We accept checks up to $600 with a valid I.D. We also accept credit and debit cards without a minimum.

Q: Do you do any pre-sales or pre-views before the official opening day?

A: No we do not. We’re not fond of the idea of only letting a select few in a sale early to pick it over. Our sales and the items inside are offered first come, first serve at the official opening day of the sale.

Q: What is your refund policy?

A: We offer a same-day refund to customers with a receipt for an item that they have purchased and found to be in a non-working condition.

Q: If I purchase a large item, how do I handle the pick-up? 

A: 95% of the time, we have staff on site who can load items into your vehicle for you. If you need to come back to get your item,  we will write you a receipt so you can pick up the item up anytime during the sale's open hours. Depending on our schedule, we can prearrange a time for a Monday or Tuesday pick-up after the sale as well.  We do not deliver items. 

Q:  I'm interested in your services. How do I take the next step?

A: We'd love the opportunity to help you find the right solution for your estate.  Contact us through our form at www.brownbutton.com, Call 913-815-0505, or email us at sales@brownbutton.com.  Talk to you soon!

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