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Ponderosa Forest Estate Sale for the late Francis Haley

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  • The address for this sale in Houston, TX 77090 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Fri
Feb 17
9am to 7pm
2017
Sat
Feb 18
8am to 7pm
2017
Sun
Feb 19
9am to 7pm
2017

50 50 Resale


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Terms and Conditions:

Terms and conditions of the sale:
-We have security on sight.
- No Early-birds.
- Police monitor Subdivision, Watch speed, parking etc.....
- Please do not block neighbors drive ways, mail boxes etc.
- No Food or Drinks allowed.
- No Public Restroom Available.
- Please no large purses, backpacks, etc...
- Parents are responsible for their children and their actions. ( No Stroller's Allowed in House)
- Cash only sales, Credit Cards offered for large ticked items only.
- No Tag = No Sale
- Switch Tag = No Sale
- All Sales Final, No Returns, Sold As Is, Please Check Your Items Carefully.
- Not Responsible for accidents.
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Estate sale of the late Francis Haley. Offered by 50/50 Estate sales services & Family.


In the sale we are offering many unique high end antiques and art pieces. ( 1800's, 1900's Early American, Primitive, some English, Modern pieces). Listed below & Pictures with details are attached:

1870's Early American Dry Sink

Early to mid 1800's Early America Step Hutch/Pine Cupboard Hutch

Early 1800's Queen Anne 32" round Tilt-Top Tea Table

Early American late 1700's early 1800's Primitive Pine Hutch/Table that converts to Chair w Storage drawer

Early 1900's Blue/Green Slag Glass w beaded seams

Early American SHERATION Style Tiger Maple Sofa.(NeoClassical) Blue in Color

Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 3207.

Early 1800's American Solid Walnut Corner Cabinet

Early American mid 1800's Rectangular Tilt-Top Tea Table w Cabriole legs

Early America Grandfather Clock

Rococo Style/Chippendale Wingback Arm Chair w Cabriole Legs ending in Scrolled Feet

Early American Side Chair Bent Maple?

Early American late 1700's Mahogany Secretary/Desk & Bookcase. 2 Glazed doors each having 13 panes representing the Original 13 Colonies..We have provenance (Paperwork) backing the Secretary belonged to Truman Capote's Aunt.

Early American early 1800's Primitive Side Chair

Free model Sewing Machine. By Free Sewing Machine Co. Rockford,Ill.USA w enclosed Tiger Oak Case

Vintage/Antique Wooden Thread Spools & Loom Thread (Stems) Holders

Early English ? 1900's Dressing Table/Vanity. Mahogany Queen Anne Style

Mid 1800's English Folding Walnut Campaign Table (Portable Table)

Early American/Federal Hand Carved Fireplace Mantle made of Pinewood w carved horizantal Paterae Oval Starburst  in the center w 2 vertical Paterae's on each side. From York County South Carolina

Late 1700's to early 1800's  Pine Dough Box on stand w mortise and tewon jointery

Early 1900's Pair of Brass & Copper Carriage Style Lamps

Early American  early 1800's School Masters Desk made of Walnut..

Secretary-Empire Mahogany Desk w Upper Bookcase

Stained Glass/Leaded Glass

     Dining Room (2) Panels Matching in 1 window frame

     (2) Large matching Stained Leaded Glass windows

     (4) Individual small Panels

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