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Warren Whole House Estate Sale - Prices reduced on Saturday March 25th

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Mar 24
9am to 5pm
Mar 25
9am to 3pm

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The crowds were strong today and we thank all the customers that attended the Keller Drive estate sale.  Lots of goodies still left to sell and prices are reduced on Saturday March 25, 2017.

Warren Whole House Estate Sale with many household appliances.  Over 40 years of continuous residency.  The prior owner was a professional seamstress and sewed curtain panels in the 1950's and 1960's.  Lots of decorative glassware and cups/saucers.  Kitchen collectibles,  older cast iron cooking pans, Vision cookware, HUGE wooden rolling pin, banded pottery mixing bowls, Fenton art glass, older carnival glass pieces, depression glass (glass cups and saucers found in different patterns/colors), elegant depression serving pieces (Fostoria and Cambridge), Pyrex, vintage Cottage Ware pieces, older dolls, a dozen or so adorable Beatrix Potter Beswick England figurines and many other items.  A larger Capodimonte soup tureen (minor damage to one leaf) with a ladle. Collectible airline advertising carry-on bags, WWII military trench art items made of bullet casings, etc, mid century modern flowered orange/white suitcase, other luggage, and so much more.  Cool 1960-1970 hanging swag light.  There is a SINGER industrial sewing machine that has a built-in light and measuring table (very heavy duty).  Also has a wing on the table for those extra large projects. There is an 8 foot x 4 foot LARGE wooden table that's perfect for crafting, scrap-booking, bingo, etc. Made of solid wood back in the early 1950's. The previous owner made curtains for homes and businesses from 1950-1968.  An older black Singer Featherweight 221 sewing machine in case. Lots of needles, thread, sewing notions, and tins of old unusual buttons. There are also many Italy items and souvenirs.  There is a complete bedroom set with bedside dressers/tables, two tall dresser cabinets, and a longer dresser with a mirror.  Two twin beds and a matching longer dresser with mirror (French Provincial style).  Television stands, two older televisions, larger table lamps, bedside dressers, end tables, and couches.  An Art Van Broyhill fold-out sleeper sofa, a longer regular sofa, two caned back chairs, two recliners, marble top end table, metal stacking chairs, and a lovely oval marble top coffee table. Lots of older and nicer embroidered linens too.  Napkins, table cloths, runners, etc.  There are many working appliances in this estate sale.  Two Kenmore refrigerators that are colder than an igloo inside!  There is an electric Kenmore stove and Kenmore refrigerator (both purchased in July 2015) found in the kitchen, two older clothes washers and one dryer that all work perfectly.  In very good condition too.  There are lots of hand tools, yard tools, ladders, and a glass top patio table (perfect time to buy one), and many stacking plastic chairs.  A very cool 1940's-1950's metal industrial shop rolling work cart/cabinet (has pull-out drawers) with the old peppermint green paint intact.  Lots of pictures and picture frames found in all shapes and sizes.  Blankets, quilts, pillow cases, doilies, embroidered napkins and hand towels.  There is also a 1940's shabby antique white table with two matching chairs and an extension leaf included.  A painted wooden child's desk with matching chair.  A mahogany dining room table set with four matching chairs and leaf extension with protective pads (needs a little TLC).   A lady's Free Spirit bicycle that needs air in the tires.  Holiday decorations, gift bags, wrapping paper, and other daily necessities.  Nik-naks of animals, figurines,  lots of angels (ceramic, wooden, hanging, etc),  chalkware fruit, etc.  Four industrial metal tube chairs with blue vinyl covering, a 1940's Art Deco vanity/dresser, Road Master exercise bike, round mahogany drum table, odd table lamps, etc.  Matching dish sets, rooster salad bowl and dish set (brand new), lots of baking pots/pans, roasting pans, deep cooking pasta pots, cookie sheets, etc etc.  Everyday drinking glasses, coffee mugs, and counter-top appliances such as a blender, toaster, Sunbeam microwave oven, and a can opener.  Nicer lady's clothing in sizes M and L.  One very nice house lounger with fur cuffs (ooh-la-la) and a smaller wool coat with fur collar. New in the box gifts that were never used/opened. Some older costume jewelry, perfume bottles, everyday household supplies, cleaners.  Four wooden step ladders and one longer wooden utility ladder.  Hope to see you there!  Thank you.

Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 357.

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