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Tag Sale: Farmstead Primitives Vintage Household items

  • Estate Sale

  • The address for this sale in Seagrove, NC 27341 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Aug 24
12pm to 6pm
Aug 25
12pm to 6pm
Aug 26
7am to 3pm

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Terms and Conditions:

This is a CASH ONLY sale
Held rain or shine
No prices given out prior to sale or items sold before sell
Not responsible for accidents personal or vehicular
Numbers given out 30 minutes prior to start time to establish entry order, all efforts will be made to get you in quickly as possible. We know you want to be shopping not in line and we rather have you in shopping and not in line.
Please bring help for loading heavy items such as furniture
Please bring your own wrapping materials and boxes
We ask all items be removed when purchased, if any items are left for later pickup it is done solely at risk of purchaser. Not responsible for items left
All sales are final no exchanges no refunds
All items are being sold as is where is NO guarantees or warrantees expressed or implied. It is the buyer/purchasers sole responsibility to evaluate authenticity, quality, and condition of items.
When viewing items cautious on the primitive items of splinters, nails, rough edges etc.
We encourage you to take your time evaluating items but ask you do not walk off with item unless you are willing to purchase it at tagged price. That is to be fair to others who might be willing to purchase at tagged price and keep folks from pigeon holding for a long time or hiding item. Thank you for your understanding in that matter.
Although negations will likely take place, if you are making a pile of items you are consenting to pay the listed tag price per item.
Or best offer (OBO) can work both ways
PLEASE check back day before sale for any updates to terms and conditions
ANY announcement day of takes precedent over printed or online materials
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HUGE Tag Sale just outside of Seagrove will be full of primitives, antiques, BARN FINDS, furniture, vintage items, advertising signs, old books, handmade quilts, records, and Christmas/home décor.  Good portion of items are from a 1900's farmstead of a WW1 veteran (no WW1 memorabilia), the shed they lived in while building their farm house, and contents of outbuildings. Obviously not all items pulled from farmstead are 100 years old but least it gives you a point of reference.

Red Ryder BB gun Millennium edition, Champion metal policeman on motorcycle rubber tire toy, metal tricycle, child’s metal wagons, child’s wooden side plank wagon, large metal wagon wheel, blue jars quart, ½ gallon some with zinc lids, metal milking stool star design, various sizes of pottery churns, daisy hand crank churn, coffee grinder, wooden rocker, Purina advertising: round hanging scale, feed sacks, metal chick feeder, hanging chicken feeders, cloth clothes pen holder. Metal trough & hanging chicken feeders, metal chicken waterer, large enamel coffee pots, Assortment of blue swirl enamel ware, variety of enamel ware, Stoneware crocks various gallons, wooden whiskey barrels in great shape, metal nesting boxes (six hole single row, six hole double row, five hole double row four hold double row), several wooden nail kegs, Hoosier Cabinet great shape, pictures, old portraits, tobacco sticks, tobacco baskets, wooden chicken coops, wooden dough bowl, Civil War Books, cast iron wash pots, lot of cast iron frying pans etc., crock pots and other small kitchen appliances, large mason pickle jars one with lid, stoneware whiskey jugs, big selection of varying sized old wooden windows, old wooden doors, enamel top table, wooden bench, hand sickle, scythes, metal lunch boxes, bunch of old lanterns, red handled kitchen utensils, flour sifters, wooden rolling pin, vintage egg beaters, king syrup tins, karro syrup tins, wooden Pepsi and coke crates, aluminum 6 pack carrier for coke and RC, five gallon Pepsi syrup container, Pepsi Thermometer, wooden picnic baskets, Christmas décor, clear jars, OLD handmade quilts 20 or so, large selection of burlap fertilizer & feed sacks, wooden and metal pulley, BIG metal pulley, several metal milk cans, well buckets, galvanized farm buckets and washtubs round and oval, green enamel light shades, hundreds of glass soda bottles, metal cowbells, crosscut saws, big selection of hand tools: wrenches, pipe wrenches, adjustable wrenches, handsaws, hoes, shovels, rakes, axe, pitch fork, hammers, screw drivers, new cooler, vintage cooler, different sized wooden farm barrels, wooden advertising boxes, wooden produce baskets & crates, vintage dresser, vanity with mirror, handmade OLD cedar blanket chest, six legged table with chair, old upholstered chairs, old wooden and metal bed frames, white house vinegar jug, different sized blue & clear glass insulators, coal buckets, flat irons, old barn doors, old window screens, vintage torch, horse drawn plows, planters, etc. mule collars, wooden/metal single trees, metal milk crates, Guilford dairy milk crate, Guilford dairy milk bottles, cotton scales, brass face scale, small wooden tables, couple old farm tables, metal runner sleds,  2 wooden metal rim carriage wheels, metal tractor seats, luzianne coffee pails & tins, BLUE BALL JAR #13, vintage metal cattle hauler toy, minnow buckets, oil lamps, candle mold, metal hand feed scoops, Various sizes styles washboards, vintage Rock em Sock em robot toy, Several cloth & paper flour sacks, cloth ham sacks including Hancock’s, wire egg baskets, egg scales, pressure cookers, enamel canners, metal wheel push plow, black hawk corn shellers, wooden corn sheller, vintage gas cans, wooden can, old books, old farmers almanacs, old national geographic magazines, oilers all different sizes, MILLIKAN’S Lard can of Asheboro, numerous lard pails,  GAS & OIL Cans ESSO, Sinclair, Kendall, Quaker State, Rugby, Autoline oil XP, wolf’s head, Ford hydraulic 5 gal can.  Tobacco Tins: Beechnut general store display one with lid, George Washington, Camel, Kentucky Club, Prince Albert  Half & Half and Sir Walter Raleigh (round and pocket size) Granger, METAL ADVERTISING SIGNS Beech Nut one circa 1930s, Sir Walter Raleigh, Prince Albert, Interstate Batteries, RJ Reynolds, Red Man, Skoal, KENT FEEDS pricing board, Levi Garret, Taylors Pride, Surge Milking, Wayne Feeds, Rainbow and Merita bread, Master MIX Feed, Pepsi and Coke chalk menu boards, JOY DOG FOOD, Nutrena Feeds and Jack’s Cookie signs. 100 or so license tags a 40, few 50 and 60’s rest 70’S on up, circa 1940/1950’s buffet, primitive dresser and mirror, old standard cabinet sewing machine, circa 40’s vanity with mirror, camel topped trunk, steamer trunk, small light aqua wood burning stove, primitive wash stand, candles, and home décor PLUS MORE!!!

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