KANSAS CITY ESTATE SALE // This beautiful home just off State Line features multiple significant pieces of Steuben, dozen+ original pieces of art, sculptures, antiques, and a 2007 Mercury Grand Marquis with only 13k miles.
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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Premium with 13,000 miles, single owner, garage kept, automatic, leather interior, 4.6L V8, power locks and windows, AM/FM/CD/cassette. To test drive, please bring a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance.
Hancock & Moore upholstered camelback sofa with nailhead trim, Queen Anne style dining table with two leaves and eight chairs (with matching three drawer buffet w/ hutch top), American Drew illuminated breakfront china cabinet, Colonial Mfg. mahogany flip-top secretary desk, King bed with mattress and bed spring, Brass & Glass oval coffee table, Upholstered writer’s chair & ottoman, Hancock & Moore upholstered barrel chair with caning, Quarter sawn oak end table, eight drawer dresser with mirror, Queen Anne style dining table with two leaves and six chairs and custom pads, Harden furniture pair of cushioned armchairs, Pair of upholstered sofas, American Drew Queen Anne style four drawer chest, Glass top cocktail table with scrollwork metal base, Console table w/ hand-planed breadboard top, Antique wooden cabinet, Knob creek six tier etagere, Queen bed with mattress and boxspring, Antique Eastlake style secretary desk, Pair of American Drew illuminated bookcases, Distressed wood pedestal occasional table, Hammary glass top coffee table, Five drawer office desk, Jenny Lind table, Upholstered Rocker w/ heron motif, collapsible butler table, Pair of barstools, Empire style drop leaf table, set of three drawer night stands, Wooden room divider, Nesting end table, Daybed with mattress
Original Signed Artwork:
Athos Menaboni oil on paper (Mourning Doves, 15”x20”), Tim Schmidt realist oil on board (New Shoes, 16”x23”), two Frederic James watercolor landscapes, Hans Ressdorf oil on canvas (House in Jerome, 20”x24”), Ann Rothman limited edition bronze (The Apology, 6 ½” height, #2/35), Michael Garman bronzetone sculpture (The Saddle Tramp, 21 ½” height), Lois Palmer Huth mixed media sculpture, Bonnie Casey oil on canvas (Evening Shadows, 2’x3’), David Flitner oil on canvas, Sherry Blanchard Stuart oil on canvas, Barbara Pascolini watercolor, Jo Fielder oil on canvas (still life, 30”x38”), Judy Peters watercolor collage, Bob Guge Big Sky Carvers Master Edition bird sculpture, Steve Hutchens wood carving, Frank Kaczmarek hand-colored etching, great selection of unframed original watercolors
Strawberry Mansion large vase with etched Federalist motif (Frederick Carder design #7389), Regal Lion sculpture (design #1178), eight teardrop goblets (6 ⅝” height), eleven teardrop champagne/sherbet glasses, eight lowball glasses, seven luncheon plates (8 ½” diameter), ewer (8 ¼” height), footed vase (7” height), small round vase
Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 3155.
Kitchen & Decor:
Dominick & Haff Pointed Antique 75-piece sterling silver flatware set (over 75 ozt. weighable sterling), three-piece sterling silver Queen Anne style tea set, hand-knotted wool area rugs, Gorham sterling whimsical top (“Executive Decision”), Royal Crown Derby Vine 36-piece tea set, Mikasa Italian Countryside 61-piece dinnerware set, Royal Doulton Tapestry 88-piece dinnerware set, carved soapstone bust with plinth, first edition 1911 “Peter and Wendy” by JM Barrie (Scribner’s and Sons), antique Charles Dickens illustrated 30-volume set, 1911 William Shakespeare Edition De Luxe illustrated 10-volume set, Johann Maresch hand-painted cigar humidor, antique Noyer Federalist-style bullseye mirror, Waterford 11” crystal vase, American Brilliant Period cut crystal water pitcher, floor and table lamps including Frederick Cooper, Clews & Co. Chameleon Ware vase, Louisville Stoneware ceramic scarecrow bird feeder, small pewter figurines, English silver plate five-arm candelabra, Fostoria American cake stand with rum well, Towle Arctic 18/8 stainless flatware, hand-carved Italian alabaster owl bookends, Peggy Karr clock, The Gilbert Shakespeare 19th c. illustrated book, large tin-glazed ceramic koala jardiniere, flow blue ironstone platter, full kitchen and pantry of various kitchen items
14k yellow gold 24” chain, Balfour men’s 10k yellow gold class ring 1943, 10 yellow gold charm chain dangle tie bar, sterling bib necklace, RM Denmark small sterling and single pearl modernist pendant, Kenneth Cole Reaction wrist watch, old sterling square herringbone chain, old sterling bead chain and cross pendant necklace, lapis lazuli, shell, and art glass necklace, F.A. Walch Wedgwood black jasper cameo pendant set in sterling, millefiori yellow and red flower bead bracelet, Swarovski faceted rectangles crystal rhinestone necklace and earrings set, many modern Olympics and political tie pins, several wristwatches, and a few pairs of sterling earrings,
Rotel RB-980BX Amplifier, Bose Wave radio (White), Rotel Phono Equalizer, Yamaha Stereo Cassette Deck K-500, Z-xb8v443 DVD/VHS DVR, Sherwood 5 disc DVD player, Rotel Stereo tuner preamplifier, Sangean CCradio, Quasar digitune HQ VHS player, vinyl records
Garage & Outdoor:
Wrought iron Zodiac table, patio table and two chairs, wrought iron stackable tables with four chairs, 32” Werner ladder, Keller 8” ladder, Remington chainsaw, White Westinghouse freezer, McCulloch chainsaw, Troy-Bilt leaf blower, Large selection of yard and gardening tools
Whirlpool side-by-side refrigerator, Frigidaire Affinity electric dryer, Whirlpool washing machine, Oreck Hepa XL vacuum, Tumi carry-on luggage, Roundtree and Yorke suede men’s jacket, Roundtree and Yorke leather men’s coat, Alaskan Custom Furs burgundy sheared mink coat, small his and her’s closets with suits, sleepwear, and vintage hats, Noblet saxophone with case
...and much more.
Thanks for looking,
- the Brown Button Team
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Q: Do you accept credit cards and/or checks at your sale?
A: We accept credit and debit cards without a minimum. We accept checks under $30 with valid ID.
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.
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