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DATE CHANGE Bertha's 1970s Sahara and Decatur (Oakey and Arville) Part ONE

  • Estate Sale

  • The address for this sale in Las Vegas, NV 89102 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Jul 20
9am to 2pm

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The first of two sales will be Thursday. It will be the contents in the dining room, formal living room, and three bedrooms.

A relative bought the car.

The kitchen, den, garage and back yard will be sold at the second sale.

Please view photos and sale description below as it has specific details pertinent to each sale.

Please do not steal. I have a camera system and I review for theft. I turn in all thefts to the Police. I post video clips of people stealing on my personal Facebook Page, and send them to the other Estate Sale Companies, and Auction Houses. You may think you are sly, but notice when you walk into a sale, you are surrounded very quickly! We all know who you are!

8.25% Sales Tax will be added to the sale. I do not charge SALES TAX, I collect it for the State of Nevada. If you have a tax ID and wish to purchase items without paying Nevada Sales Tax, please bring me a physical copy of your Resale Certificate for my records.

Please check receipt before you leave the cashier desk.

Enter at your own risk. Watch your step. Home as uneven surfaces.

Some items at this home may be removed by the family prior to the sale.

I exclusively represent the seller and I will do what is in the seller's best interest. I have no responsibility to any buyer for any reason.

I reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.

On popular sales I may ask that only 20 people at a time come in. I offer water and shopping baskets to buyers. I always have a restroom available for your use. I supply bags and paper for you to securely wrap your new fabulous finds. I would not have a successful sale without my wonderful buyers and I treat you as I want to be treated when I attend a sale.

I accept a Nevada check with a Nevada Driver's License. There is a 3.75% fee on Debit/Credit Card purchases. All sales are final. Sold "As Is".

If you bring in a bag, please do not use it to place your items in until after you have paid for them. I offer shopping carts that you can use while shopping.

I have a "LOST and FOUND". If you get home and something in your purchase is missing, or a part is not there, call me.

Items will NOT be half off on the last day. I am very successful in selling almost everything in my estate sales because I work with the buyers. I price everything reasonably, and I do not get offended if you make an offer (does not mean I will accept it!). But over pricing items the first day, and marking half off the second day is not a business model I follow.! I try to sell it all at the sale, and send nothing to auction.

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Thank you for attending my sales. I appreciate your business, and I look forward to seeing you! XO!

Susan Russell-Owner
Premiere Auctions and Estate Sales
Personal Property Appraiser, USPAP Compliant
Real Estate Broker-Salesperson, Urban Nest Realty


When you’re faced with liquidating an estate, it may be tempting to ask for help from a friend or real estate agent. But as well-meaning as they may be, they won’t know what your personal property is actually worth. And then there are the companies who claim to provide Estate Sale services but are really out to sell your things as quickly as possible with no consideration for their real value. My goal –whether you ever hire me or not—is to give you the tools you need to be sure you’re dealing with a PROFESSIONAL Estate Sale Company who adheres to the highest ethical standards and will help you get the most value for your personal property. Here are a few tips to help you get started:

• Call at least three companies for an interview and don’t be afraid to ask them everything you need to know. A true Estate Sale professional will be happy to answer all of your questions.

• You want someone who works full time in personal property valuation or sales. Ask them about their experience in general and with the types of items you have to sell. Your assets are too valuable to leave in the hands of a novice or someone conducting sales as a side gig.

• Be sure you’re dealing with professionals by asking to see the following documentation:
* Their business license to conduct Estate Sales or Personal Property Brokerage in your jurisdiction (City of Las Vegas, Clark County, City of North Las
Vegas, Henderson, or Boulder City).
* Proof of insurance.
* Tax ID, and make sure they collect (and pay) Nevada sales tax. "Cash only” is a red flag.
* Three references from happy clients.

• Make sure the company you select will research your items and price each one! They should know the difference between Libbey Glass and Val Saint Lambert, and between a print and a limited edition. You want to hire a company that knows what they are selling and will not sell a $4,000 piece of art for $100. Of course, no-one can be an expert in everything, so the company you hire should have contacts they reach out to for help with specialty pieces. Taking time to research is the key. I work much harder for my clients, and this is why I choose to take my time with their merchandise, instead rushing through a typical two-day Estate Sale.

• Ask how they plan to market your sale. Nothing else the company does will matter if potential customers are unaware that your sale exists!

• Estate Sale Companies are not licensed to clean houses. When they offer this service, ask to see the business license and insurance of the people who do the actual cleaning.

• Let them know you’ll expect to see an inventory of sold items. All items—sold and unsold—should be accounted for. If you have a home with many valuables, I recommend that you call Dan Watson for an appraisal before the sale. An Estate Sale Company should not do the appraisal AND the Sale.

And whatever you do, do not let the Estate Sale Company or cleaning company take the merchandise at the end of your sale without a consignment agreement or contract with an auction company—we often see "leftovers" at future sales of some of these companies! Make sure the small stuff gets to the Salvation Army (Raymond 801-759-2917) and the large stuff gets to auction. A respectable Estate Sale Company will assist you with all of this.

• Know the difference between an auction, an online auction, and an Estate Sale. As a licensed auctioneer (not just someone who conducts online auctions but is fully licensed and vetted as an auctioneer), I will tell you that I make five times more for my clients by conducting a traditional tagged Estate Sale than at an auction (and I do not group things together or sell your kitchen items packed together in a 18" x 18" x 18" box for $5.00 "just to blow it out"). Two of the three local auction companies have gotten into the Estate Sale business for a reason!

• Do not pay a large fee up front. A nominal fee is okay, but why would you pay the company up front? They need to work at selling your property and share in the sale so they will work hard.

Please contact me for a FREE CONSULTATION. If I cannot help you, I will refer you to another trusted Estate Sales Company. The last thing the PROFESSIONAL Estate Sale Companies want is for any seller to have a bad experience. So stick with the professionals!
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The first of two sales will be Thursday.  It will be the contents in the dining room, formal living room, and three bedrooms.

The car has been sold to a family member.

The kitchen, den, garage and back yard will be sold at the second sale.

Fantastic vintage sale full of elegant 1970s furnishings from Bertha's.  I will replace with better photos later.  Date subject to change!

This sale description was copied from EstateSales.NET on 11/25/2017 (247-82-7:45:04 AM). Please check there for accurate up-to-date information (156-54).

All Las Vegas natives remember BERTHAS! The rest of you saw it in the movie "Casino". The "Hole in the Wall" gang dropped through the roof to get the jewelry!

Every fine home in the 60s, 70s and 80s was decorated by Bertha's, including my Uncle Joe's!  He did not have children or pets!

Antique porcelain

Vintage porcelain



French Provincial

Gorgeous Gold Mirror

2006 Jaguar Car with only 22,000 miles.  One owner.  White, 4-door SOLD

9 Piece French Style Dining Table with 6 Chairs, China Cabinet and Credenza

42 Pieces Noritake China

41 Piece Lenox China

75 Piece Mieto China

Two sets of 2 Orange Chairs

Pair of French End Tables

Pair of French Inlaid Wood Commodes

French Style Desk with Chair

Four Poster Bed with Matching Highboy and Dresser

Vintage Records

Carved Stone Elephant

Milk Glass Floor Lamp

Two Vintage Bedroom Sets

Hand Painted Decorative Plates

Limoges, Haviland, 

Antique French Writing Desk

Stereo Cabinet

Perfume Bottles

Costume Jewelry

Duncan Phyfe 3 Tier Table

Oil Paintings


Louis Icart Prints 

Crystal Lamps

Pair of Man and Woman Porcelain over Metal Lamps

Carnival Glass

Depression Glass

Maple Table and Chairs

Maple China Hutch

Assorted Antique Copper 

Sterling Candle Holders

Sewing Machine in Cabinet


Tool Box

Vintage Christmas

Hand Painted German Porcelain


If there is something that you want, text me to talk about it!



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