Mission Hills Estate Sale// This sale features mid-century furniture, a large collection of high end vintage electronics, a 1995 Mercedes e320 and 1996 Jaguar XJS.
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1995 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E320 under 62,200 miles
2-door convertible, automatic 3.2 liter engine with 217HP, leather interior
1996 Jaguar XJS under 71,800 miles
2-door convertible, red exterior with tan interior, 6 cylinder, 4 liter, automatic 3-speed with auto overdrive, electric seats, tan canvas top, AM/FM/CD player, special Jaguar chrome wheels. All service records available
It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 280.
Baker dining room table w/ two leaves and matching secretary desk, pair of Norwalk upholstered club chairs, Ejner Larsen and Aksel Bender Madsen for Naestved Mobelfabrik Danish mid century teak dining table with butterfly leaves and six chairs with woven paper cord seats, pair of Brande Mobelfabrik teak five drawer chests, Bauhaus upholstered sofa, Baronet king bed with matching nightstands, chest, media armoire, and end table; Poul Hundevad Danish Mid-century teak credenza with matching bookshelves and end table, pair of siesta chairs designed by Ingmour Relling for Westnofa – Bentwood with tufted leather cushion, Scandinavian mid century modern teak credenza, Lee industries upholstered sofa, Serpentine front three drawer chest, pair of hand knotted tufenkian area rugs, American leather sofa, pair of matching round end tables, beveled glass end table, set of Milling Road by Baker Furniture upholstered chairs, Klaussner end tables, Cibola armchairs, bar stools,
Art and Decor:
Signed Robert Cardinal oil on canvas in goldtone frame, Michael Aram stainless vase, Signed James Grabowski acrylic on paper set of three, Good selection of table lamps including Heyco, Tony Evans centerpiece bowl, Faux trees and floral arrangements, Hand signed limited edition prints, Framed decorative prints, small selection of area rugs,
Kitchen and Glass:
Coalport Athlone Brown 55 piece set including seven serving pieces, pair of enameled cast iron dutch ovens, Dansk dinnerware set, Kitchenaid ultrapower mixer, Noble excellence dinnerware set, William Sonoma, good collection of all-clad cookware, selection of LeCreuset bakeware, hand painted serving dishes, vintage set of four KAI Japanese knives, Savino Balzano mid century stainless Peppermill
Garage and Outdoor:
large cement birdbath, wooden patio set, commercial series charbroil grill, wooden patio set, commercial series charbroil grill, small Weber charcoal grill, ceramic chiminea, set of large cement planters, assorted ladders including Werner, collection of yard and gardening tools,
Fisher 400-CX stereo tube receiver, Ampex 601 magnetic tape recorder, Sony MCI MXP-2900 Console, Studer 962 Studio Mixer Console, Crown straight line two pre-amp, McCurdy ss8824 Broadcast Console, Pair of CBS Laboratories 450 Equalizer, Ampex F-44 magnetic tape recorder, Fisher x-100 stereo amplifier, Pair of McCurdy ATS-100, Ampex 602 magnetic tape recorder, pair of ampex 400, Ampex 600 magnetic tape recorder, Tekttronix 465 analog oscilloscope, McCurdy ss4312 w/12 mixer channels, Orban 622B Stereo Parametric equalizer, Marantz stereophonic model 2226B, Orban 424A Gated Compressor, McCurdy SA14023 extended audio range, HP 6274B DC power supply,-Crown DC300A duel channel amp, multiple VHS/DVD dvrs, Hickok 752 Tube Tester, NHT set of CS-6.3 ci in ceiling loudspeakers, Technics direct drive sl-1800mk2 turntable with Ortofons OM 40 cartridge, Sony MXP – 2900 broadcast console mixer, HP 334A Distortion. Analyzer, Tektronix 760A stereo audio monitor, Benchmark SPM-2, Pair of Dynamic presence equalizer 450, McCurdy SA14023, Orban Model 424A, Textronix DC 503, HP 65IB Oscillator, Sony CDP-CX100 compact disc player, McCurdy model ATS-100, multiple Ampex AG 440 B reel to reel w/ case, lot of Ampex 440 amps, Denon DN T645 cd/cassette combi-deck, Leader LDM 171 Distortion Meter, Tektronix DM 501A Digital Multimeter against 502 Oscillator af 501 bandpass filter, NHT set of 2 CS-6.3 ci in ceiling loudspeakers, canon AE1 camera and lens, Canon 55mm f/1.2 FD lens, Fujifilm finepix ha 25 exr, Orban stereo synthesizer, Advent model 300, Small lot of computer monitors, NHT SW25i Subwoofer, pair of NHT L5S speaker, Pair of Advent Loud Speakers, DVD players, and VHS players, Ampex A692 Portable Amp, Mitsubishi HD digital vcr HS-HD 20004, EV Sentry 100a studio monitors, AKAI Stereo tape recorder I722 II new in box, HP 65IB Test Oscillator, pioneer DVD recording system, Advent loud speaker boxes, Vintage IBM 5160 Computer & Keyboard, NHT evolution L5 on wall loudspeaker new in box, Crown D-75 amp, Dwight Cavendish audio adjuster, HP OfficeJet pro 8620, 360 systems am-16b, JVC 8 channel mixer, Russound CA6.46 source central controller amplifier, IBM personal computer display, Big selection of record albums including a very large selection of Frank Sinatra, Atwater Kent radio, small collection of RCA Victor radios and record players
Small vintage closet with men’s clothing, including button-up shirts, winter coats, suits, vintage sweaters, slacks, jeans, and more. Individual pieces feature a Gucci portfolio, Coogi sweater, Polo by Ralph Lauren jacket, Bally loafers, Austin Reed blazer, Chaps Ralph Lauren suit, Chaps Ralph Lauren blazer, Yves Saint Laurent belt, Harrods Knightsbridge lambswool scarf, Tommy Bahama sweater, Bally leather belt, and more.
Men’s closet: shirt sizes 18-34/35 (XL-XXL), pants sizes 38-42W, 32L. General brand names include Roundtree & Yorke, Ralph Lauren, Sutter & Grant, Geoffrey Beene, Dockers and more. Vintage sweaters brands include St. Croix, Botto, Carlo Colucci, Pronto-Uomo, Barry Bricken, Novo, Alexander Julian.
Men’s shoes: size 13M. Brand names include Johnston & Murphy, Cole Haan, Bally, Ugg, Lorenzo Banfi.
Men’s accessories – Pierre Cardin scarf,
Samsung stainless steel fridge, Maytag washer & dryer, Frigidaire fridge, collection of NPR memorabilia, big collection of Frank Sinatra Memorabilia including signed photos, prints, records, books, figures, and movies
...and much more.
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the Brown Button Team
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