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Magnificent Tag Sale in the City of Green

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Thu
May 18
5pm to 7pm
2017
Fri
May 19
12pm to 6pm
2017
Sat
May 20
10am to 5pm
2017
Sun
May 21
12pm to 4pm
2017

Jenior Appraisals & Liquidations, LLC


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Jenior Appraisals & Liquidations, LLC

PRESENTS:

THE WELLER COLLECTION

A One-of-a-kind Tag Sale in the City of Green

 

1570 Greensburg Road

It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 292.

Uniontown, Ohio 44685

 

(Directions: Take I-77 to the Akron/Canton Airport exit 113.  Take the first right onto Lauby Road. Enter the roundabout and take the second exit onto Greensburg Road. Then travel approximately 2.5 miles to the destination. Watch for JENIOR signs).

Thursday May 18, from 5:00p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Friday May 19, from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Saturday May 20, from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Sunday May 21, from 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 

***SPECIAL NOTICE: This is a historic home built in 1845. Interior and exterior walkways, stairways, and outbuildings are not easily accessible. Please attend the sale at your own risk. Not responsible for accident or injury***

 

There is very limited parking on Greensburg Road. Please park on King Drive. Summit County Sheriff will be present for assistance.

 

Vehicles: 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis LS (odometer reads 86,329 miles) power seats, power windows, dual airbag, AM/FM radio w/cassette; 2007 Daelim S2 125 motorcycle (odometer reads 7,747 miles).

Quality Antiques and Collectibles (Contents of the historic home built in 1845): Emerson Boston mahogany baby grand piano serial no. 103306 w/bench; heavily carved oak dining room table w/lion carvings and 5 leaves (provenance Andrew Noah family Akron, Ohio); heavily carved Victorian marble top side board; mission oak bookcase; set of 6 oak side chairs; primitive drop leaf table; pedestals incl. marble; vintage French style carved loveseat; mahogany leather top cocktail table and 2 end tables; mission oak desk; Victorian carved parlor chairs; vintage Maddox mahogany desk; Flexsteel armchair w/ottoman; Martha Washington sewing cabinet; vintage art deco style bedroom set w/full bed, dresser w/mirror, and chest of drawers; unique trunks; side chairs incl. painted and pressed back; mahogany 4  post bed w/acorn finials; oversized mahogany empire style dresser w/mirror and glass knobs dated 1915; mahogany gentleman’s wardrobe; White and Singer sewing machines; early dovetailed, painted blanket chest; antique hand crafted 6 drawer quilt chest; empire style bedside table; pair of French style bedside chests; 1920’s era French style bedroom set incl. full sized bed, dresser w/mirror, vanity, and 4 drawer chest; diminutive upholstered arm chair; brass queen bed; carved Victorian marble top dresser w/mirror; primitive shelves; early workbench; vintage enamel top cabinets; vintage enamel top kitchen cabinet; vintage kitchen items incl. Pyrex, McCoy, Corning, bakeware, pans incl. Wear-ever and Revere, enamel ware, painted milk cans, vintage aprons; large amount of china incl. Royal Worcester, Royal Crown Derby, Haviland-Limoges, Spode, Bavaria, transferware, ironstone, woods ware, sets of china incl. Peach-Blo by Limoges “May Time” Sebring, Ohio, Alfred Meakin, Johnson Brother’s “Willow”, and Franciscan earthenware; glassware incl. ruby flash, pressed glass, cut glass, crystal, depression glass, carnival glass, lusterware, milk glass incl. Fenton and Westmoreland, Bristol glass; stereoviewer w/cards; ornate gilded mirror; sheet music; framed Victorian pictures; reverse painted glass pictures; records incl. 45s, LPs, and 78s; current and antique books; clocks incl. Ansonia and Seth Thomas; oil lamps; vintage linens, doilies, and table cloths; nice selection of early and vintage quilts; area rugs; vintage Christmas and holiday items; early child’s toys incl. Marx, Mattel, Auburn, Ohio Art Co., and “The Wonder Horse” rocking horse; Wheeling Pottery Co. chamber set, men’s and women’s hats; antique doctor bag; crafting and sewing items; military uniforms; men’s, women’s, and children’s vintage clothing; vintage cowboy boots; Victorian bonnet; vintage costume jewelry; crocks and jugs; mason jars incl. blue glass; Flexoplane sled; large loom; artist’s easel; shop vacs; tools; Vornado fan; vacuum cleaners; Maytag Centennial Commercial Technology washer; Whirlpool electric dryer; Dynex 37” flat screen TV; outdoor furniture incl. redwood armchair, rocker and chaise, vintage outdoor swing, iron settee w/2 side chairs, park benches, iron umbrella table w/4 chairs, and more.

Contents of the 1904 Outbuilding: Antique house fixtures incl. claw foot bathtub, porcelain enamel farm sink, commode, and small sink; barrels; horseshoes; antique equipment incl. tiller and wheelbarrow; galvanized tubs; early Century compressor; hand lawn and garden tools; early Greyhound wagon; croquet set; wooden scaffolding and large ladders; early windows; Logwood iron stove; redwood picnic table; curtain stretcher; early bottles; pulleys; clay pots, crocks, and more.

Contents of the 1930 Machine Shop: Furniture incl. oak office desk, industrial style locker, distressed 4 drawer chest, and work table w/butcher block top; early tools and equipment incl. Snap-On tool box, wooden levels, Delta No. 654 6” jointer and Delta table saw (mounted as one unit), circa 1930’s South Bend lathe, large vice by Prentiss Vice Co. NY, taps and dies in wooden cases, Kent-Moore flaring tool, Dake press, Lionel transformer, VanDorn 7” flexible sander, blow torcher, fire extinguishers, metal trunks, unusual wrenches, wooden handle wrenches, Victor traps, stenciled wooden crates, compressor; Columbiana, Ohio pump; selection of hubcaps; early E.C. Sterns gas push mower; bottle jacks; gas and oil cans; Model Form dress form; early cement mixer; vintage bicycles incl. Sportcrest, and Silver King; modern tools and equipment incl. Task Force air compressor, Craftsman 18” and 16” electric chainsaws, Craftsman electric weed eater, Craftsman electric hedge trimmers, B&D electric blower, Craftsman shop vac, gas cans, Scotts lawn spreader, heavy duty hydraulic jack, Husky/Subaru 5000 watt portable generator, and so much more for you to discover! Be prepared to step back in time as you explore this very unique property.

 

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Jenior Appraisals & Liquidations, LLC

Eric J. Jenior, ISA

330-206-0974

-Terms:  Cash, good check, major credit card

-All items are sold as-is.  All sales final.

Please inspect all items carefully prior to purchasing.

No returns, exchanges, credits, or refunds.

-Price discounts take effect on Saturday and Sunday for remaining items.

-Entry numbers given out Thursday at 4:30 p.m.; Friday at 11:30 a.m.; Saturday at 9:30 a.m.; Sunday at 11:30 a.m.

***SPECIAL NOTICE: This is a historic home built in 1845. Interior and exterior walkways, stairways, and outbuildings are not easily accessible. Please attend the sale at your own risk. Not responsible for accident or injury***

 

There is very limited parking on Greensburg Road. Please park on King Drive. Summit County Sheriff will be present for assistance.

 

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