Folks....sorry for the sporadic timing and uploading of photos and information.
Our mother is literally on her death bed, which of course, has me there quite often this week.
I know you'll understand.
But the sale is certainly to carry on and on time!
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(We are just 12-minutes from South County)
Lots and lots of items here!
Just in case you forgot - we take credit cards!
Even though items are priced, don't be shy - we welcome all bids on any item/s before or during the sale.
This is a home I'm selling that's filled with 25 + years of collecting a wide genre of items, as you can see.
Just found a box of comic books!
We have a 1973 Schwinn Paramount Bike - a Campagnolo "Nuovo Record" groupset, with a Brooks Professional saddle, and Cinelli bars
And...unearthed is a fold-up bike - easy to travel with. (pics below)
Rambovillet D'Art Tapestry 5' X 5' - made in the 60's and came from the Chase Park Plaza/St. Louis, MO. To view the link to see how this tapestry was made go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJGyLw8XyIk (highlight link, then right click to open in new window)
Numerous pieces of contemporary Fine Art-most with Certificates of Authenticity - i.e.
Disney Sericels, Schluss, Lee White, Chagall, Leroy Neiman, Norman Rockwells, Tarkay and a host of other famous artists!
Even a pencil signed Picasso will sell to the highest bid! This piece `Don Quixote' 47/350 (26 X 20) was one of the many pieces Marcel Salinas (1913-2010) worked with Picasso on creating numerous lithographs over a 3-year period. We have a photo of Mr. Salinas standing with this Lithograph in his home in the Central West End a few years before his death. (From www.rogallery.com these facts are mentioned..In the late 1950s, exiled in Paris and desperate for money, Salinas got a job in a lithography workshop. He rapidly became an expert in the medium. He brought to lithography the same passion and rigor that were the mark of his painting. In 1969, he began work on a lithographic rendition of Picasso’s 29 Portraits Imaginaires for the Editions Cercle d’Art that would receive the master’s whole-hearted approval, making Salinas’ name the only one ever to appear side by side with Picasso’s.)
This is your chance to have a piece or several pieces of Fine Art at reduced prices.
Vintage coats - furs and moutons
Very nice Vintage attire (I can almost see movie star's in many of the items from the 30's on!)
Unique little black boy encapsulated in a peanut
CLAW FOOTED CORNER CHAIR
Beautiful vintage wicker detachable tray tea cart
Sofa - Fridge
Industrial shelf unit
30's Coat rack
Ton's of Linens
Knee hole desk
yard tools & other tools
Vintage school house double/seater desk made in St. Louis
So much more!
You just have to stop on `buy'!