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THE SALE YOU CANNOT MISS!

Sat
Dec 03
9am to 3pm
2016
Sun
Dec 04
9am to 3pm
2016

Steve Minor Estate Sales


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Terms and Conditions:

Not a lot of rules at my sales. Come, have fun and look. We only require that you do not pull any tags unless you are 100% certain you are buying that item. This is necessary to keep all items available to other potential buyers. We do not allow you to carry or hoard items for the same reason. It is not fair to the owners or other shoppers.
Otherwise:
1. All kids are welcome but please leave your dogs elsewhere.
2. Try not to break stuff but no one can make you pay for a broken item anyway so I don't even bother trying. I probably should have sat it somewhere else anyway.
3.My staff WILL try to help you load your big or heavy items but you may have to come back when the rush is over. (I am older than I used to be so I appreciate it if you can arrange to bring help to load.) We cannot assume responsibility for any damage to the item or vehicle if we help you load. We usually have ample boxes and clean wrapping paper.
4. You know not to steal but lots of people don't seem to think that moving items from one box lot to another is theft. It is. I probably won't prosecute you but I will likely embarrass you in front of people.
5. I never sell anything before the start of the sale so no need to even ask.
6. There will be no discounts at all on Saturday.
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Mark your calendar for December 3&4. This is one of my biggest sales ever.

There is really no way to describe this sale, there will be at least 2,000 tagged items, box lots, and his library of approximately 4,000 books. There will be lots of good stuff that does not get photographed or listed. 

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If you think Enfield is too far to drive, you are wrong. Everything must be sold and is priced accordingly.

  • Gilt Louis XV style curio cabinet
  • Continental marquetry curio cabinet
  • Louis XVI style settee and four chairs (priced separately)
  • Louis XVI style table with bronze mounts
  • Mahogany Classical Style sofa
  • Several vintage traditional style candle stands
  • Fine Gothic Revival side chair, c. 1850
  • Several mahogany plant stands
  • Craftique sideboard
  • Craftique chest of drawers
  • Craftique dropleaf dining table
  • Set of six Queen Anne style dining chairs, possibly Craftique
  • Early Rococo style folding screen with beveled glass and silk embroidery
  • Oak pressed back chairs
  • Early wicker settee, chairs, rockers, tables, planters
  • Victorian settee and two chairs
  • Very fine Rococo style mirror with mirrored slips
  • Several Rococo style mirrors
  • Hanging shelves
  • NC walnut chest of drawers, c. 1840
  • Mission Oak china cabinet
  • Set of reproduction Windsor chairs
  • Windsor style bench
  • Vintage card table
  • Vintage Windsor armchair
  • Several oak lamp tables, c. 1915
  • Oak barrister bookcase
  • Victorian style dresser and chest of drawers
  • Victorian marble top dressers
  • Victorian style end tables
  • Lots of early leather luggage
  • White painted farm table
  • Vintage  mahogany poster bed
  • Mahogany Chippendale style double dresser
  • Mahogany bookcase, c. 1915
  • Victorian style dresser
  • Oak pressed back rocking chair
  • White painted bedroom suite, 1920's
  • Empire style desk
  • Several domed trunks
  • Collection of early local quilts
  • Hermes scarf, framed
  • Many occasional tables and chairs
  • The walls are covered with old prints, engravings, maps and photographs
  • Several vintage barrel back chairs
  • Early radios
  • Early record player
  • Early adding machine
  • Postcard collection
  • Album of early match covers
  • Large collection of First Day covers
  • Leather bound books
  • Over 4.000 books
  • Arts and Crafts slag glass lamp
  • Large Nippon vase, mounted as a lamp
  • Large brass candelabra
  • Lots of Chinese silk embroideries, rank badges and decorative
  • Jasper Ware cheese holder. c. 1800, damaged
  • Great brass mounted writing box, c. 1850
  • Bronze box, Austrian, with camels
  • Porcelain and wood boxes
  • Jade horse
  • Jade bird
  • Small cloisonne swords, boxes and vases
  • Bronze inkwell
  • Victorian English tantalus
  • Marquetry planter
  • Large collection of coronation mugs
  • Biscuit jars
  • Local advertising calendars
  • Large Victorian painting of roses
  • Several Victorian paintings
  • Pair of Victorian lusers
  • Girandoles
  • Fire fender
  • Andirons
  • Vintage floor lamps
  • Mid Century "What's Your Poison" glasses
  • Stoneware jugs
  • Globe on stand
  • Lamps of all types
  • Early Jugtown bowl
  • 18th century flintlock pistol, converted to percussion
  • Knights of Columbus sword
  • Early Confederate flag prints and sheet music
  • UDC magazines
  • Political buttons
  • Vintage crystal
  • WW2 airborne wings
  • WW2 German Mother's Cross
  • WW1 Iron Cross souvenirs
  • Leather sword case
  • Linens
  • Early dresses
  • Lots of vintage Christmas decorations
  • White House Christmas decorations
  • Coronation medals
  • Bradley and Hubbard bookends  
  • Pewter and bronze commemorative medals
  • Columbian Exposition and early World's Fair medals
  • Franklin Mint Christmas ornaments with silver coins
  • Lenox ornaments
  • Gorham sterling ornaments
  • Early costume jewelry
  • Cufflinks 
  • Vintage suit
  • Cast iron fry pans
  • Yard full of decorations and furniture
  • This is just a partial listing, more items unpacked every day
  • And some consignments from two other estates

 

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