Last Day To BID on PART 2 of The Capehart Telephone Museum & More
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- see the HiBid link provided for more information for this sale. The sales catalog will be posted on the HiBid link soon so keep checking back. NO PRE-SALE BEFORE AUCTION
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH,
IS THE LAST DAY TO PLACE YOUR BIDS
FOR THE CAPEHART TELEPHONE MUSEUM AND HOME DOWNSIZING SALE - PART 2
This is an Online Auction Sale.
This is another unique sale brought to you by Capitol Sales Services
Go to Capitol Sales Services Hibid page to see the uploaded catalog of 401 Lots and to register
There are Photo GUIDES posted on this site for HOW TO REGISTER & HOW TO LOGIN upon returning once the catalog is uploaded
There is no Preview scheduled at this time
This unique & massive sale consists of the Capehart Telephone Museum Liquidation in addition to the Capeharts home downsizing sale.
The Capeharts have collected many unique items for their home for the past 40 years as well as the Capehart's collection of items related to the telephone communication industry, specifically those pertaining to Western Electric and the Bell System. This unique collection is housed in a mid century building warehouse that was originally for Coca Cola Bottling in Corsicana, TX. Mr. Capehart worked for Western Electric for many decades. As stated on their website this collection began 'in 1984, the collection has grown into one of the nation's largest privately owned museums of its kind. Western Electric was the manufacturing arm of the Bell System. From sewing machines to switches, telephone booths -- the Capehart Collection contains examples of many items manufactured by the Western Electric Company through the years. It also includes artifacts, documents, and memorabilia from Bell Labs and AT&T." Mr. Capehart was stationed in Midland, TX and as well as in New York State while having to travel all over for his job. This is why this collection is so diverse.
This sale will appeal to Telephone collectors, Western Electric collectors, Antique Furniture collectors, Fans of repurposing Vintage Industrial designs, Technology collectors, prop departments and so many items related to 19th and 20th century history. In other words you do not want to under estimate what is in this sale.
If you watch American Pickers then you should remember The Capehart Museum was on an episode in 2011
The Estate items in this sale are not limited to just those shown in the photos in this posting this posting receives daily updates
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