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ESTATE SALE ~ ENTIRE CONTENTS ~ HISTORIC LANE ESTATE ~ NESHANIC NJ
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CASH ONLY ~ NUMBERS AT 8am FRIDAY ~ THERE WILL BE NO PORTERS AVAILABLE AT THIS SALE, SO BE SURE TO BRING YOUR OWN HELP IF INTENDING TO PURCHASE FURNITURE.
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HOUSE FULL OF GREAT STUFF & HISTORIC LOCAL MEMORABILIA!
Historic Lane Estate, Neshanic, New Jersey ~ including items from the John C., John ‘Jay’ C. Jr. and Laurence B. Lane generations, spanning the last half of the 19th and first part of the 20th centuries.
Patriarch of the prominent Lane family in New Jersey ~ Matthys Laenen ~ sailed from Belgium to New York in 1663 on the ship 'Rose Tree'. Matthys' descendants settled in Monmouth, Hunterdon and Somerset Counties, New Jersey.
This estate contains articles belonging to the Neshanic branch of the Lane family. John C. Lane Sr. was most noted as owner of the J. C. Lane General Store. The store was located across River Road from the Neshanic Reformed Church until it burned on May 18, 1918. The business was carried on in the lower level of the Lane family home next door until 1932, at which time the store was closed after John C. Lane Sr.’s passing in February of that year. Laurence ‘Larry’ B. Lane is fondly remembered as a local notary, his involvement with the Neshanic Cemetary Association, for his tractor repair business in Neshanic and the Hillsborough Lawn & Garden Center on Route 206 in Hillsborough.
Complete Contents ~ House & Garage ~ 80+ Years Accumulation!
Early Neshanic, Hillsborough, Somerset & Hunterdon Memorabilia!
A Partial List of interesting items at the sale ~ Still Unpacking, so check back for more info!!
1882 Weber Square Rosewood Grand Piano 1861.
Large Format Wall Map of Philadelphia, Trenton, Central New Jersey, showing all towns & roads with insets of many small towns & villages.
Ephemera & Memorabilia from the J. C. Lane General Store.
Antique Local Postal Mail Sorter.
1940s - 1950s Jew Jersey License Plates.
Assorted Furniture - Antique & Newer:
1940s Oriental cabinet DuMont Television Set, Model RA117 Teleset.
1947 RCA Television Set, Model 721TS.
Vintage Hammond Organ.
2 Antique Oak Roll-Top Desks.
Antique Oak Dressers.
1930s Cherry Dresser.
1920s Mahogany Bedroom Furniture.
1910s Mahogany Dressing Table.
1930s Deco Waterfall Bedroom Set.
Assorted Antique Side Tables & Chairs.
Huge Vintage Pine Trestle Table.
Glass-Front Gun Cabinet.
Wood Gun Rack.
Vintage Quilting Frame.
Vintage Oak Water Bed Frame.
Elegant Contemporary Television Cabinet.
1950s Wrought Iron Patio Set.
Victorian Seneca Oak Parlor Stove.
Antique National Cash Register.
Vintage Records, LPs, 45s, Childrens Records ~ (Peter Pan, etc).
Assorted Vintage Clothes, some name brands, including: Christian Dior, Jos. A Bank, Sak's Fifth Ave, etc.
Antique Piano Rolls.
Singer cabinet sewing machine.
Lots of Frames.
Vintage Large Wood Doll House.
Variety of Glass.
LOTS of Tools & Hardware ~ Antique & Newer, including: Delta planer, Table saw, Scroll saws, and much more!.
Lots More Interesting Items!!
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HOUSE FULL OF GREAT STUFF & HISTORIC LOCAL MEMORABILIA! Historic Lane Estate, Neshanic, New Jersey ~ including items from the John C., John ‘Jay’ C. Jr. and Laurence B. Lane generations, spanning the last half of the 19th and first part of the 20th centuries. Patriarch of the prominent Lane family in New Jersey ~ Matthys Laenen ~ sailed from Belgium to New York in 1663 on the ship 'Rose Tree'. Matthys' descendants settled in Monmouth, Hunterdon and Somerset Counties, New Jersey. This estate...
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