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Dec 02
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Furniture – Sligh cherry cased grandfather’s clock with moon dial, Ridgeway oak cased grandfather’s clock with moon dial, Bob Mackle Home by American Drew cherry sideboard with marble top, Travis Court Collection by Drexel seven piece dining room set four cherry Ethan Allen four piece bedroom sets, ten piece mahogany Depression dining room set, pair of iron triple sconces, crystal four tiered chandelier, cherry and cane triple settee, walnut and upholstered armchair by Fairfield, metal framed mirror, mahogany slant front desk with serpentine front and ball and claw feet, cherry lighted curio with mirrored back, upholstered loveseat with fringe, mid 19th C. walnut framed mirror with reverse painted glass panel and carved side columns, factory painted red industrial cart, walnut slab table, two loveseat sofa beds, stacking office chairs, cherry marble top living room tables, walnut church pew, and more.

Artwork – Oil on canvas of cowboy roping steer signed N. Tomas, o/c landscape signed A. Youngblood, “A Winning Combination” pencil signed and numbered lithograph by Pamela Renfroe, o/c Asian river scene signed Suwannagoow, framed advertisements, chromolithographs, etchings, “LBJ for the USA” poster, and more.

Cased Items – U.S. coins, Boy Scout and VFW memorabilia, scale model vehicles, sports collectibles, , Thomas Kinkade houses, cloisonne, figurines, art glass paperweights, Joan Rivers collectibles, set of 12 George Jones & Sons England hand painted floral plates ca. 1900, Val St. Lambert colored crystal compote, brass inkstands, hand painted porcelain, pair of advertising cigarette stands “Old Original Bookbinders Restaurant”, English leather covered brass binoculars, Royal Doulton character jugs, figural Dresden type porcelain candleholder, pair of 20th C. Chinese porcelain vases, Royal Rudolstadt porcelain vases, set of six hand painted plates with stag decoration, Lladro figurine, art glass whale figurines, set of ten Saxe gilt decorated plates, Victorian caster set, cranberry glass center bowl, pair of Bristol glass portrait vases, pair of enameled case glass urns, six piece Bavarian game plate set, set of silver plated flatware in case, set of Noritake dinnerware “Phoebe” with serving pieces, enameled case glass, Red Wing and other American and Continental art pottery, and more.

Jewelry – 14k and 10k gold jewelry, new sterling silver jewelry store stock- some with diamonds, vintage sterling silver jewelry, costume jewelry – some signed, lady’s pocket watch, men’s wristwatches, pewter crucifixes, designer purses, six fur coats including mink, fox and others, and more.

Also – Antique tools, bubble gum machine, horse and jockey weather vase, primitives, camera collection including Nikon 35mm, Kodak bellows cameras, twin lens reflex cameras, Haley-Davidson motorcycle seat, large cast iron heat registers, cast iron cylinder stove, and more.

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