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Exceptional Antique and Outdoorsman Estate Sale, Myron Smart conoe, Bob Pease artwork collection

  • Estate Sale

  • The address for this sale in Cumberland, RI 02864 will be available after
    9:00 AM
    on Thursday, November 2nd, 2017.
Fri
Nov 03
8am to 5pm
2017
Sat
Nov 04
8am to 5pm
2017
Sun
Nov 05
10am to 2pm
2017

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Terms and Conditions:

This will be a cash and carry sale. Local checks will be accepted with pre-approval of on-site coordinator. If buying large items please bring help to assist you moving. We will have staff on site that could help with smaller items. Delivery of furniture could be arranged with on-site coordinator for a delivery charge. All sales are final with no returns on merchandise. Please inspect the items prior to purchase. All gold and silver are guaranteed to be as such. A sign-up sheet may be started the morning of the sale no earlier than 1:00 a.m. Please be courteous to all surrounding neighbors. Any questions, feel free to contact us regarding the sale or any items in it.
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This Cumberland Home features over half a century of fine furnishings, antiques and outdoorsman equipment that covers camping, fishing, hunting and more!

Featured in the collection are custom made canoes made by Myron Smart and JR Roberston . The collection also includes a handmade kayak as well as small sailboat. There is an extensive collection of moose, white tailed dear and cariboo antlers as well as beautiful taxidermy pieces. A compound bow , tree stand , and a vintage knife collection as well as many orginal and early LL Bean pieces will be available. Many vintage decoys and snow shoes.Vintage ammunition and reloading station .An extensive fly fishing collection includes thousands of lures and dozens of reels as well as many rods including antique bamboo fishing rods .WWII uniforms and supplies are also some highlighted features

 In addition a large collection of original art work by Robert Eric Pease ,who was known mostly for his amazing detailed animal and wildlife pieces will be offered. There will  be some early pieces that center around advertising from the 1940s and 50s when "Bob" began his career. He also contributed orginal cover art for popular magazines such as Hunting and Fishing in the 1950s and Fur-Fish-Game in the 1960s, of which he also graced the cover. From the original cover photo Bobs boots , Adirondack trapper pack and supplies will be available.

There will be fine jewelry and sterling silver available as well as a beautiful porcelain Ansonia Clock, a large cut glass collection, crystal and early Staffordshire figurines. 

 

Descriptions and photos will be updated as we progress through the collections of this amazing and history rich home. A sale that is not to be missed!

It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 3120.

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