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True Estate Sale 1/2 Price Sunday

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  • The address for this sale in Jefferson, LA 70121 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Oct 14
8am to 5pm
Oct 15
9am to 5pm

Southern Estates Liquidations

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Terms and Conditions:

Cash & Checks with proper ID. Sorry we do not take credit cards.
As tradition dictates, many items will be HALF PRICE ON SUNDAY.
Due to the large amount of fragile items, NO CHILDREN WILL BE ALLOWED AT THIS SALE.
Also, please leave your purses in your cars as NO PURSES WILL BE ALLOWED. No cargo shorts, no cargo pants, no shirts untucked. These restrictions will be enforced at the door.
By attending this sale, you assume responsibility for any accidents that may befall you.
Please bring your own packing supplies and boxes, I usually provide them, but unfortunately I have not be able to acquire many for this sale.
Buyers are responsible for loading and removal of furniture items.
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Most items will be 1/2 off Sunday

The offerings at this old Jefferson estate sale can best be described as eclectic. Items remaining, after the family visit, range from vintage furniture to 1935 Sugar Bowl ticket stubs. Remaining in this home, are item from three generations of a family that foresaw the wisdom in saving items that one day would have value.

In addition to the items remaining, in this 1920's old Jefferson home is a case of mostly gold and silver jewelry that a family member has decided to part with. The gold jewelry being offered is mostly priced at scrap gold value with no premium added for the aesthetic value.

It time permits, I will post more images.

Just a reminder, we will be at available until at least 5:00PM on both of those days.

 Discovered Tuesday afternoon in an upstairs closet were 35 unframed watercolors of recently deceased New Orleans artist Olga Bannister.

Olga was a member of the Metairie Art Guild and served in many administrative positions including President. She was also a member of the New Orleans Art Association and the St. Charles Art Guild. She won many awards for her art, much of which was purchased by corporate and private collections around the world.

Some of Tuesday's discoveries are quite well done and all will be modestly priced from $5.00 to $12.00 each. We will also have inexpensive frames in which to frame them. If you are seeking well done original art to decorate your home, this might be a good sale to attend. The house is full of it. If you are an artist, we also  have wood framing material, frames, canvas, etc.

  Following is a partial list of the items that remain in the home. There are many other items in the house that are not listed.

Four antique leaded glass windows, Anco bilt (correct spelling) professional easel, Keystone World Tour Stereoview set (numbering 600) plus Stereopticon Viewer, Antique Portable Singer Sewing Machine, two 1935 Sugar Bowl ticket stubs, American Renaissance Revival walnut marble-top parlor table, two 1940's  mahogany Amerian  bow front chest of drawers, case of gold & silver jewelry, plus some costume jewelry, 9 antique cypress window frames, huge hand painted Limoges bowl, carnival glass, one peace by Northwood, late 19th century, The Muessel Brewing Co. South Bend Villeroy & Bock  mug, 1952 German Regimental Stein named, pair 1940's drum tables, American Fostoria Decanter, 8ft. by 9ft. handmade rabbit  skin (pelts) rug, possibility American Indian, Madri Gras Queen Costume, Vtg. Tuxedo with tails, 1935 Sinclair Oil Co. Service Station attendant overalls, with logo on the pocket,  WWII Louisiana State Guard coat, two sets of 1950's speakers, WWI or WWII MP arm band, 3 small pieces of WWI trench art, WWII trench art lamp, several .999 silver doubloons, oil company credit cards from the 1940's, many original oil paintings, including 3 from listed artist. 78 & 45 records that I do not think much of, many, WWII Time Magazines, Mid-Century star burst electric clock. WWII era Hawaii photo album, 1941 WPA report to Mayor Maestri, on Low Income Housing, approx 50 New Orleans fold out maps, bug action on cover

1950's Tulane thermometer, 1950's Tulane banner, Louisiana motorcycle license plates, ladies 1950's fur collar coats, ladies waist length fur coat, two steamer trunks and one military foot locker, 1920's, 30's 40's scrapbook, antique postcard album, foreign coins to be sold by the half pound,  1940's stereo camera, two reverse painted Art Deco picture frames, many wooden frames priced to sell, Ricordo di Venezia 19th century bronze & metal gondola, several vtg. telephones, some tools, two great shop fan, antique hand well pump, vtg. brass & crystal wall sconces, Flint & Horner antique shield mirror, antique carved pair of ebony African Mermaids, 1960's 'Ladies faux leopard coat, Victorian style lamps, vtg. leather Pullman suitcase label, vtg. Samsonite faux alligator skin suitcase metal tag, antique rifle case,1950's gas stove, bull horns, Victor Talking Machine records with sleeves, WWII Navy forks & padlocks, large ring of vintage keys, (33) 8" by 10" (16) 3 1/2" by 5" & several hundred negatives, all B &W 1970's Louisiana Plantations, instant small business, 1970's Disco orange leisure suit, Halloween. Masonic Emblem Butterfly wing picture, large reverse painting on glass by well listed Cincinnati, artist Fred Imfeld 1916, vtg. Christmas Ornaments, elephant table.

Henry Casselli Master of the American Watercolor book, Rolland Golden Signed Book The Journeys of a Southern Artist, blue & white decorative German tiles, Aztec Calendar, box of vintage postcards & Christmas Cards, several living room chairs, sofa & loveseat, Many photo albums of trips to exotic places, many unused photo albums, several Louisiana vtg License plates,  Samsonite luggage, Vtg  dolls, industrial lightning, few pub jugs, 1960's Kodak film unused in boxes, 1950's New Orleans Steamship Co. Delta Lines Bakelite ashtray  & travel brochure, a few vtg. cameras, a few vtg rods & reels, few iron plant stands, 2 sets of kitchen knives,. plus much more.

The 2nd story of this house can best be described as a train wreck. About the only thing priced upstairs is the furniture. If you find items upstairs you desire, please bring them downstairs for pricing. If you are an artist, I suggest you attend this sale.





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