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Moore Estate Sale

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Fri
Aug 18
8am to 5pm
2017
Sat
Aug 19
8am to 5pm
2017
Sun
Aug 20
1am to 5pm
2017

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NO EARLY SALES. Cash and checks only. MS sales tax will be charged. In order to use TAX ID Number, dealers MUST provide a current copy to leave with us. All Sales are final and all items are sold "As Is". No warranties or guarantees. No refunds or returns. Buyer is responsible for loading their purchases. No help will be available for moving or loading purchases. Not responsible for accidents. This sale is full of breakable items so please no big purses or bags. All purchases must be removed from site by 5 PM Sunday. Please No phone calls Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm.
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We are privileged to be selling the estate of Dr. R.L. and Edna Moore. Their beautiful home is full of antiques, very nice home furnishing, and various medium collections of art, Civil War, primitives and books.  Dr. Moore was an avid collector and we are very fortunate to be able to offer to you parts of those collections. 

 

A partial listing include: Half Tester king size bed, buffet and dropleaf end tables by J. Homer Walters of Laurel, MS, Sheraton dining table and set of 6 Georgian Chippendale dining chairs, two Federal style captain chairs, two marble top washstands, marble top commode rope bed, secretary, Tiger Oak rolltop desk, JP Coats tread cabinet, various art mediums including watercolors by Edna Mayo, Audubon’s, portraits, western art bronze, sculptures, scroll arm Chippendale scalamaple sofa, settee with matching chair, Kindel tea table, blanket chest, dropleaf table, cedar chest, bentwood rockers, drum table, set of Victorian cane back chairs, butcher block, chest of drawers, writing desk, corner chair, plant stands, outdoor furniture, sewing cabinet, sewing machine in cabinet, and table top sewing machines, sterling, Civil War documents, old paper and photos, Primitives, wooden spice box, Hasselblad camera and lens, Linhof camera, confederate gun grips, decoys, Buffalo Bill paperweight, old quilts and linens, butter churn, bed warmer, cut glass,  figurines, Spode Christmas, Limoges and Flow Blue china, Am. Fostoria including punchbowl set,  McCarty pottery, Choctaw baskets, Indian War Medical Saddle Bags, Oriental rugs,  lamps, Shirley Temple and Pollyanna doll, first edition and autographed gun, Civil War, art and history books, yard art, gas grill, other furniture, kitchen, blue and white speckled graniteware, household,  toys, dolls and many misc. items.

 

 

 

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