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Oct 21
10am to 4pm
Oct 22
10am to 4pm
Oct 23
10am to 4pm

A&S Estate Sales Of Oregon

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1. We NEVER DO SIGNUPS, LISTS, or NUMBERS. It's always first come, first in.

2. Please do not call about prices. The many regular shoppers that come to our sales know that we price things reasonably.

3. Please bring help to move large or heavy or bulky items. We do no heavy lifting.

4. We are NOT responsible for any personal injuries or property damage that may occur at the sale site.

5. Do not bring large zippered or otherwise closed containers (i.e. Backpacks, large purses). We provide shopping baskets.

6. We accept all major credit cards (3% surcharge added) and cash, of course. We do NOT take checks.

7. The houses we work at are alarmed and/or are under 24/7 watch. Also, our sales may have security cameras and professional security staff present. Shoplifters will be prosecuted.

8. We aim to provide a fun and pleasant shopping experience for everyone. As such, we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who we deem foul. General grouchiness and crotchetiness are OK, but wickedness and vileness are NOT.


The last day of the sale - usually Sunday - is always 50% off items priced at $50 and under.

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This is going to be a massive sale - lots of collectibles and antiques in this one.  This is an estate sale and business liquidation rolled into one!  Over 6,000 square feet full of stuff!


We will be adding even more photos before the sale in the next few days.

This sale description was copied from EstateSales.NET on 10/22/2016 (109-188-11:29:52 PM). Please check there for accurate up-to-date information (129-174).


Here are some  photos (as of October 20th).

Native American antiques

antique quilt encased in beautiful museum quality display case

militaria antiques

handmade knives

sculptures by C.A. Pardell (most are Artist Proof) - also larger 36-inch one titled "Resolute"

large 27" sculpture by David Manuel titled "Rolling Thunder" (Chief Joseph) - in very limited edition of 99


two antique Globe Wernicke 6 stack oak barrister / lawyer bookcases

about 30 (Vic Erickson and other local artists) signed limited edition fishing prints

antique 1913 National cash register

antique Theo A Kochs barber chair

vintage Character Readings Scale (made by American Scale Mfg. Co.)

tons of antique typewriters (Underwood, Royal, Remington, Corona)

Coca Cola collectibles

hundreds of collectible decanters (Jim Beam, Ezra Brooks)

stained glass

Franklin Mint replica revolvers


antique furniture

display cabinets




Christmas stuff

assorted collectibles



office furniture (chairs, desks) and accessories (monitors, printers) - Canon ImageClass 2300 copier, Canon Imagistics im3511 copier

office supplies


and much more...


too much to list!!!






More photos and a description coming soon.

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