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Thanksgiving Antique and Vintage Auction

Nov 26

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TERMS: Cash, approved checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express & Discover accepted. Everything sold as is, where is with no guarantees. All merchandise must be paid for by or at the end of the sale. 13% Buyer’s premium (3% discount for cash or check). All absentee and phone bids will be charged a 15% buyer’s premium. Minimum shipping charge $10.00. Any announcements made at auction take precedence over printed matter
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Sunday November 26th  at 11:00am

Preview begins at 9:00am


We are pleased to offer in this auction two exceptional Danville estate contents from homes in Forest Hills and historic Main Street areas.  In addition we will also feature a wide selection of fine antiques, artwork, collectibles and name brand furniture.  Just to highlight some of the great offerings in this sale:  Period southern sugar chest, 2 part step back cupboard with inlay, rare Craftique Thomas Day secretary, att. to Thomas Day period sideboard, monumental 10 piece carved dining room group, exquisite selection Henkel Harris furniture, (rare demilune, chests, buffets, dresser, credenza, bedside stands), brown leather sofa, fantastic Baker bergere, large Craftique Hepplewhite sideboard, oversized Harden New Market bracket foot chest, 19th century Queen Anne highboy, outstanding poster beds, Modern History credenza, Lexington New Market chest, 1800s tallboy, carved  oak hall rack, early pine desk w/ top, Victorian tufted sofa, Victorian high back bed, leaded bow glass china cabinet, rare mahogany gentleman’s wardrobe, formal sofa by Hickory Chair, Somerset Bay cabinet, bracket foot Maddox secretary with top, several period English chests, 19th century oil paintings, petite inlaid desk, Hickory Queen Anne silver chest, Monumental Maitland Smith planter, French wardrobes, oversized mirror by Modern History, stacking lawyers bookcase, beautiful linen sofa by Sarreid, Italian leather sofa, 19th century lowboy, Modern History Flemish chest, hunt scene chest, gorgeous Venetian painted chest by Modern History, furniture by Baker, Butterfly collection weathered finish furniture, Drexel chest, bow front English curio, old world upholstered winged chairs with ottoman, Victorian sewing stand, unusual cedar chest by Caswell Runyan, Somerset Bay chests, triple curved glass oak china, stained glass lamps & windows, Modern History chests, Waterford, sterling bowls, antique clocks, early books, Sarreid server, array of cocktail tables, Heisey, cut glass, industrial, framed needlepoints, French settee, signed framed Amish art by P Buckley Moss, Steven Sebastian lithograph, oak raised panel corner cupboard, baby grand piano, ottomans, Gone with the Wind lamps, Italianate crystal chandelier, apothecary scale in glass case, well buckets, Wave Crest, mantle lustres, Asian décor, exquisite collection gold, platinum & diamond jewelry, guns, seasonal décor, gilded mirrors, rustic design, 19th century reclaimer lounge, Modern History lamps, selection fine Oriental & Persian hand made rugs and so much more!!  View website for over 1000 pictures, details and terms of sale - S Burke, Auctioneer #2759 Located at 3739 US Hwy 29N - 2 miles north of city limits on business 29

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