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Vintage filled Balmville home

  • Estate Sale

  • The address for this sale in Newburgh, NY 12550 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Apr 27
10am to 1pm
Apr 28
9am to 4pm
Apr 29
9am to 4pm

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Lovely home simply stacked and packed with antique and vintage delights! There is history here, local and famous! Great stories behind these items. Day one was short - so we have tons of great stuff left. We have found more boxes that need to be unpacked, and things are surfacing now that there is space to display them. Don't think you've seen it all or missed the best stuff - this house is still filled with fabulous totally vintage items just waiting to go home with you! Remember - prices get better as the sale moves along, and bigger piles get better deals!

This Balmville home has been in the family for over 50 years and contains the plethora and history of several generations of the family dating back to the 1800's. Family history of note: they arrived on the Mayflower, married into the Vanderbilt family in the 1820's. Great Grandfather was a Sea Captain and sailed the Pacific Islands in the 1880's, coming home with treasures and gifts from Samoa. Grandfather Jack was a sharp shooter that hunted with Teddy Roosevelt. The family was close with the Otis Elevator family, and when the local Otis Estate was liquidated the family were gifted items from the home, including a mahogany cylinder roll desk. More recently, they ran a maternity store from the early 60's to the late 80's.  The children were accomplished bowlers, speed skaters, Miss City of Newburgh in the '60s, joined the military...all of their toys, awards, bowling shoes, ice skates, clothes, ephemera, Halloween costumes, and Christmas decorations have remained in the home packed, wrapped, and untouched.


  • American Flyer Trains
  • Vintage Felt Pennants
  • Newburgh Ephemera and Sports Memorabilia
  • Walt Disney Masquerade Costumes
  • Vintage Barbie and Ken
  • Vintage Buttons
  • Inlaid Mahogany Cylinder Roll Desk belonging to the Otis Estate
  • desk, drop leaf table and magazine rack attributed to either Flint & Horner or Horner Bro's
  • Circa 1870 38 Star Printed Flag
  • RCA Victor Standing floor Radio
  • Stitch Well Mini Sewing Machine
  • Royal Doulton Porcelain
  • Marble/Granite Case Clock
  • Old Store Store Stock
  • Vintage Nursing
  • Two Volume Set Story of American Expansion
  • Vintage Kitchen
  • Porcelain Top Table
  • Gym Dandy Surrey
  • Vintage Toys and Games
  • Four Poster Canopy Bed and suite
  • Rosewood and Mother of Pearl Lap Desk
  • Prints: Steel Engravings, Off Set, Lithos
  • Old outdoor Concrete
  • Iron 1950s Porch Glider
  • Slag Glass/Filigree Table Lamp
  • Weller Louwelsa Pottery 
  • Vintage Costume Jewelry
  • Vintage men/women/child clothes & shoes
  • solid mahogany bar from the Newburgh Elks Club, saved and stored since the 50's 

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