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Wallace Estate

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  • The address for this sale in Wake Village, TX 75501 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Jul 20
8am to 5pm
Jul 21
8am to 5pm
Jul 22
8am to 12pm

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  • FURNITURE:  antique walnut cylinder roll top secretary/desk/bookcase; antique sideboard; queen bed with matching chest of drawers and dresser w/ mirror; solid oak round dining table; Eastlake drop front marble top dresser; Antique gentleman's washstand w/adjustable mirror; kidney shaped desk with chair; washstand w/ marble top; queen lighted & mirrored headboard; antique hat rack; Victorian etagere; tables; chairs; rocker; barstools; triple dresser w/ mirror; The Cabee Chair patented in Aug, 1907 and Mar. 1912. 
  • ANTIQUE ITEMS:  Wood carved cheese press mold; Samplers from the 1880's; toys; display seed boxes; trunks; chromolithograph c 1890; clock; double yoke; whiskey barrel; harness sets; pitchfork; large oval bubble glass w/wood frame; wool handmade Indian blanket; bed warmers; metal lunch pail; etc.
  • VINTAGE ITEMS:  large pig's feet and pickle jars; gold etched prints by Lionel Barrymore; Ray Ban aviator sunglasses; world clock made in W. Germany; Knox West 100x beaver cowboy hat specially ordered for Midland, Tx. chief of police Harold S. Wallace, his personalized leather holster; cameras (Polaroid Speedliner, Brownie Target Six-16, Kodak, Abahi Pentax, Bell & Howell); brass Chatellon's spring balance 100 lb. scale; quilts; liquor dispenser w/demi cups; brides basket; Seth Thomas clock;  salt glazed pottery; The Ball Blue Book (canning 1937); pair of Dressel railroad caboose lanterns; pr. Dietz railroad lanterns;  The Weir containers; A.F. Mettel's "Our Nation's Capital" on silver foil; spectacles; ice tongs; Draper Tru mold loom shuttles-set of 3; men's Schwinn Point Beach bicycle; cast iron sinker mold instrument with handles by the Reading Co; Kro-flite pitching wedge (signed Spaulding???); 
  • MISCELLANEOUS;  Franciscan Desert Rose pieces; "Getting Baptized" print by Arthello Beck, Jr.;  Resistol 7x beaver cowboy hat; golf clubs; Golfsmith precision club making equipment (iron reaming vise, angle finder, bench rule, swing weight, grips, clubs, irons, etc); Brower Tuff Tank; tools (shop and garden); bandsaw, grinder, drills, work table, pressers, hand tools, electric tools, axes; bicycle; purses; cookbooks, glassware; cookware; full length mink coat; ice chests; water hoses; grills, smoker, seasonal items; septic pull tank for dumping sewage while camping; pewter; autographed letter from Phyllis Diller; watches; golf club sets; 

THIS IS AN INTERESTING SALE. Most items were formerly owned & well cared for by

Horace S. Wallace and his wife Ella (Pace) who were born and reared in Clarksville, Tx.

In the early 60's when their son Ben was quite young, they moved to Midland, Tx. where 

Mr. Wallace served as the Chief of Police until 1976.  At that time the family moved

back to Clarksville.




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