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Estate Sale by Retrospect

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  • The address for this sale in Hamilton, NY 13346 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Mar 24
9am to 5pm
Mar 25
9am to 3pm

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Absolutely no large bags allowed!!! At this sale we will not be accepting personal checks.
Cash only please.
Bring help to load big items please.
All items are sold as is. All sold items are the responsibility of the buyer. Retrospect is not responsible for items left behind or unattended.
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Great Hamilton, NY living estate of Jerome Balmuth. Professor of Philosophy at Colgate. 

-Stickley Cherry executive desk

-North Hickory leather office chair(Stickley)

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-Harden loveseat(like new)

-Harden hutch

-Harden round Cherry dining table

-Colonial Mfg. tall case clock

-Columbia Boys Tricycle-1920's

-Early paymaster style desk

-Black leather sofa

-Amherst College rocker, mirror, & misc.

*This is your chance to own large works of art from listed and notable artists!

- 6' square painting in canvas framed by Harry Widman

Noted Portland painter, teacher, administrator, & arts advocate. Studied at Syracuse University. He taught for 36yrs at what is now known as the Pacific Northwest College of Art. He was a leader in modernistic painting techniques. Deceased in 2014. 

- 40"x 50" mixed media painting on canvas by noted artist Arnold Herstand.

He was a painter, art dealer, & former president of the Minneapolis College of Art & Design & the San Francisco Art Institute. Best known as an art dealer of The Arnold Herstand Gallery in Manhattan, NYC. Graduated from Yale and held teaching posts at Colgate, Cornell, and the City College of New York. Deceased in 1989.

-Sansui 5000A stereo 

-oak library desk(needs TLC)

-Lady's Lincoln rocker

-Haywood Wakefield kitchen set(needs refinishing)

-Sterling pieces- including jewelry 

-Nuutajarvi 1793 Finland glasses 6pc

-Belleek Willets Vase, heavily decorated 

-Henredon MCM dressers & nightstands

-2 carved wooden masks

-Jamestown maple dressers w/ mirror

-Vintage fancy oak Princess dresser

-Blanket chest-early

-maple cannon ball bed

-vintage iron crib

-2 pcs. Orefors glass

-Huge Book Collection. Vintage-Contemporary

-Gary Fisher bike 

-3 sm & md mantle clocks

-2 wall Regulator clocks(1 early)

-Asian misc. 

-Early Postcard album

-60's loveseat w/ caned sides

-coffee table w/ slate top

-vintage ladies slant top writing desk 

-Midcentury modern(mcm) lamps

-child's boys Edwardian outfit

-Victorian cape & jacket

-vintage mink coat & other fur pieces

-ephemera to include: ww2 Nuremberg War Trial ticket, Colleges,   Maps, & advertising 

-Southeast Asian artwork

-hand painted china 

-Lladro figurines

-vintage Barbies

-Colgate University misc.

-Rare Shell petro glass jar

-kitchen misc.

-some tools & garage misc. in the basement 

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