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Greenville Good Old Stuff -OMG! Packed Floor-2-Ceiling

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  • The address for this sale in Greenville, TX 75401 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Fri
Jul 08
10am to 6pm
2011
Sat
Jul 09
10am to 6pm
2011
Sun
Jul 10
10am to 6pm
2011

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Priced to Sell Quickly and Sold "As-Is ~ Where-Is",
All Sales Final,
Buyers Must Remove Purchases Prior to Sale End,
Cash and CC's Accepted.
Early Pricing Inquiries Will Not Be Answered.
Small Children Not Allowed Inside.
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Greenville, Tx - 4005 Lakewood Dr., 75401 - Entire Content - ALL GOOD OLD, VINTAGE & ANTIQUE. Collectibles packed
floor-to-ceiling! Much of it bought from estate sales in the '70's. Please, no small children allowed inside on this one!
Precarious stacks of ceramics, glass & unique one-of-a-kinds throughout. Everything special and/or rare, everywhere you look,
all of it OMG! stuff. The kind of things WE like! However, we have to sell it ALL:( ...OK, enough exclamation points, just know
that this is a sale you definitely won't want to miss as we really have A to Z collectibles, in quantity. We are mostly done
digging but have much work to do... here's a partial list:->->->-> geisha doll, silhouettes, antique photos, postcards, 1920's
advertising hand fans (3-digit phone numbers!), literally tons of old books (many 1800's, double stacked) & magazines (dozens
of titles some going back 80 yrs plus), comic books, early electric and oil lamps of many types, Duncan Phyfe style tables,
chairs, some with lyres, cherubs, carved wood, inlaid, burl & hand crafted boxes, music and ceramic boxes, bent oak and
other rockers, Queen Anne sofa & chair, drum table, American brilliant cut glass, depression glass, gothic cathedral green
glass window, art glass, crystal, art nouveau slag glass lamps, Hull, McCoy & many makes of ceramics, lithographs, nautical prints, framed art & bundles of antique frames, 2 zithers & 1 chello, peculiar walking canes, child's rocker,
sheet music cabinets, brass survey transit w/ box & tripod, binocular pairs, stereopticon viewers, oriental painted corner
shelf, occupied Japan, many animal figurines: elephants, birds, dogs, horses & many more, tiger oak bureau (armoire),
hurricane lustres, serpentine front wash stand, Early American highboy dresser & vanity w/ chair, dumb waiter, awesome
purses & hats, doctors bags, brass & wood queen bed frames, twin tri-bed bedroom suite in blonde wood, embroidery, piles
of linens & fabric, quilt rack, toy collectibles (some lithographed metal), decor galore, Ingram mantle clock, 3+ portable
record players, sheet music, floor model Victrola (inside horn) & 100's of 78, 33 & 45 records (even a few Edison discs),
different colors of milk glass, black glass, carnival, jadite, forest green, cranberry flash, ruby red, etched glass, hand
painted Bristol glass, scores of S&P sets, Fenton Wavecrest, package tins, aquamarine canning jars, mercantile scale,
silver & plated items, utilitarian, primitive & rustic items, shoe cobbler's iron, bus tokens, stamps, atomizers, breast milk
pump, early walkie talkie set, flashlights, umbrellas, 2 Daisy BB guns, license plates from 50's & 60's, automobile magz &
related items, Military clothing & helmets, plethora of perfume & other bottles, 1958 snoopy radio, Victorian hat stands,
enamelware, graniteware, red & yellow stonewares, crocks, jugs, clocks, kitchen appliances, flatware, cookware, aluminum,
pewter, brass & copper, dixie glasses, Noritake Lustreware, kerosine clothes iron, washing machine, Maytag gas cooktop
w/ oven, over/under refrige, microwave, cast iron, porcelain, utensils & household tools, mirrors, lunch boxes, ash trays,
chalkware, automagic gladiron, lawyers bookcases, impressive collection of six-dozen cool OLD cameras, wooden tripods
and lots of nostalgic photography equipment, treadle sewing machine & big boxes of OLD buttons, big boxes of costume
jewelry (bakelite & more) folk art, inlaid & carved wooden boxes, fabulous American Empire tiger oak side-by-side
secretary / bow-front china cabinet, early electronics, Magnavox stereo, cathedral radio, Victor talking machine, dentistry,
medical & odd gadgets including a blue ray device & physical therapy (electro-shock) apparatus, misc. shelving, quarter
sawn oak waiting room bench, '60's J.Beam decanters, Atala indian bust, emigrant trunk, fur coats & tons of clothes, shoes,
celluloid & ivory, old personal grooming items, metal product tins, shop tools of many kinds (power & hand - none new),
Southbend metal lathe (almost 8 feet long) with extras, chucks, jigs & bits, Clausen 8520 vertical mill w/ bits, Milwaukee
die filer from early 1900's, assorted hardware, supplies, odds & ends... and there is so much yet unmentioned!
Note: Some depicted items may be unavailable as the family wants first option before our public sale. We will try to remove
items from the listing and pictures of those which the family chooses to keep. 
Cash & CC accepted
3-Days - Friday thru Sunday 10am-6pm, July 8th, 9th & 10th

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