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Renowned Native American Artist and Eccentric Collector

  • Estate Sale

  • The address for this sale in Arlington, VA 22204 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Sat
Dec 09
9am to 3pm
2017
Sun
Dec 10
9am to 3pm
2017

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Terms and Conditions:

Children are not allowed to enter sale.
Please be respectful as family members are present At the sale.
Part 1 of this sale takes place in the out buildings of the property. Following sales will include the house contents.Do not attempt to make contact with anyone or anything outside of sale hours. Property is monitor 24/7.

** The estate reserves the right to remove items from the sale without notice.****

Payment in cash. Please bring small bills. Bring sufficient help to move and load large items. Some items may only be picked up after sale. Estate is not responsible for accidents. We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone.
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Please join us at this creative oasis. This is an estate belonging to a Native American artist with ties to the legendary Sitting bull. 

He was a collector of motorcycles mainly Harley Davidson.

Also, a vintage Vespa and Honda.

This sale description was copied from EstateSales.NET on 12/15/2017 (30-172-12:53:22 AM). Please check there for accurate up-to-date information (226-54).

There are tons of decorative items, art work, building supplies, generators, canoes and so much more !

we are constantly pulling items from out buildings to sell

 This will be a multi- part sale as the property is smaller than the amount of goods to sell.
The outside storage areas will be one sale in itself!

This is a massive backyard sale of a collector/hoarder and renowned artist.

Part 1 of several sales will included the following:

high end bicycles cannondale, trek and others

cast iron claw foot tub

various framed art to include a huge hand painted mural from museum

craftsman bandsaw

many sizes of replacement vinyl Windows

coca cola signs and advertising

oxy/ acetylene outfit

 

1968 Ford Mustang convertible

several other Harley Davidson Motorcycles

early and late model Vespa scooters

Honda 650 four

These bikes are in running and none running project condition. Some with titles

Generac whole house generator

several woodworking tools, table saw, miter saw, compressors ,clamps

19ft large steel I-beam

dismantled lean to greenhouse

full size Argentinian taxidermy horse from museum exhibit

Pexto metal forming plate mounted in bench

massive amount of various building material

retaining wall stone, paver bricks

100+ linear feet of vinyl fencing

copper and pvc plumbing material

steel and aluminum rounds, angles tubes material

antique compressor on iron wheels, floor drill press

old gas pump

several canoes, paddles and PFDs

commercial kitchen ,stainless steel tables

large amount of garden tools wheelbarrows and ladders

 

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