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Cynthia Dr Hampton collectors dream Estate Sale

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Mar 25
10am to 4pm
Mar 26
10am to 2pm

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Sunday, today, March 26th is SUPER SALE HALF PRICE SUNDAY. So much great stuff still remains to be sold. From Dresden and Meissen porcelain, Goebels, Fostoria, Lenox, Revere ware, Black Forest Carving, antiques, collectibles, cook ware, craft supplies, sound equipment, new Lazy Boy with tags, Arts & Crafts Clock and soooooo much more all at HALF PRICE!! Hope to see you there! .We are very proud to be hosting another fine sale representing talented generations of a donor and member of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church. This sale contains a tremendous amount of fine porcelains, huge collection of cooking and kitchen items, railroad memorabilia, jewelry , fine furniture, craft and beading supplies, antiques to contemporary items. Highlights include an Oriental style lighted curio cabinet, English oak three drawer small chest, ginger jars, Capodimonte, art glass, Victorian style dome with butterfly, Dresden, Meissen figurines, pair of silver plate candlesticks, authentic Moses Soyer lithograph, Empire period clock with reverse painting on glass, Lenox figurines, vases, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs tree with figures, basket, and bisque nativity figures.  Hummels, Goebel, Andreas birds and other bird figurines, including owls and ducks, pair of oak side chairs, coffee table with two nesting tables, Russian, duck, Rockwell, bird, German collector plates, brass candlesticks, large brass oval tray, butter churns, Black Forest style corner shelf with carved bear's head and other small cutwork shelves, large set of Rosenthal Moss Rose china, large 19th century book, The Raven by Poe and the Rime of the Ancient Mariner, table with Gothic style cast iron base, cherry stained secretary, David Winter, Lladro figurines, Fenton glass, Carnival glass low bowl in Cobalt, loads of costume jewelry, antique salt glazed with cobalt design bowl, assorted pieces of American by Fostoria, crewel embroidery and needlepoint, oriental mud men and misc. figures, paper weights, misc. cups and saucers, copper coffee service, bowls and other items, antique oak pie safe, converted oil lamp and other lamps, dolls, Gorham silver flatware, stainless steel and silverplate flatware, vintage Russian nesting doll, merscham and other pipes, vintage Redskins and Washington Senators nodder figures, Aigner, Vera Bradley and vintage purses, barometer, chest of drawers, poster bed and dresser, Arts and Crafts wall clock, quilting frame, printer's drawers, vintage wooden ironing board, paintings, frames, cast iron irons, Barbie Sleep and Keep doll case, M. Saylor prints, child's school chair, Halloween and Christmas decorations and ornaments, Italian gilded jewelry box, miniature Lane chest box, craft supplies, including yarn and tons and tons of beads and other beading supplies, fabric, crochet afghans and pillows, general linens and finer linens, electric fans, Bisell women's clothing, cases of Nutrimed, floor lamps, file cabinet, Bissell, Kitchen Aid mixer, cast iron pots, pans and waffle (Griswold, Wagner and others), cobalt storage jars, vintage Ball caning jars, Revere Wear,  vintage primitive kitchen items, butter molds, stir fry Wok, fondue, and crockpot, large volume of cookie cutters, vintage and new, Massthe wall clock, teapots, German beverage set with mugs, 1970's "Have a Nice Day" tray, vintage bread box and flour canister, pressed glass, Phalzcraft, metal squirrel nutcracker, Rooster figures and painted rooster tray, Lionel train set, large glass terrarium, vintage bottles and soda bottles, including Coke, Pepsi and TruAde, antique spools, cast iron ice tongs, old wooden folding chairs, oil painting of clipper ship, vinyl record albums, post cards, Halling Art Pottery, cookbooks, Coke crate, early with cast iron double seat school desk, new with tag Lazy Boy chair, Pressed glass punch bowl and cups, Shawnee style African American Chef cookie jar and piggy bank, sterling Barbie Hancer jewelry, including pendants, rings and pins, sterling chain necklaces, rocking chairs, vintage washboards, bow front china cabinet, tea cart, Avon Cape Cod large and small goblets, black glass stemware, high topper table with chairs, sconces, heater, large set of everyday white dishes, decanters, trivets, marble pastry board, vintage Disney Oswald the Rabbit toy, Victorian photo buttons, DJ expert sound equipment valued in the thousands with speakers and too many more things to list. All must sell at bargain prices! YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS SALE!! Cash and good local checks only accepted.


221 Cynthia Dr Hampton VA 23666


Sat. March 25th 10am-4pm

Sun. March 26th 10am-2pm


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