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Stacked & Packed Estate Sale Part I

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  • The address for this sale in Lynchburg, VA 24501 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Aug 18
9am to 3pm
Aug 19
9am to 3pm

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This sale is huge! And due to space limitations we will have to do 2 sales at this location. The sale will include local memorabilia and furniture by local furniture makers such as Moser & John Hudnall. Also, fine art by the late, well-known Bedford artist, Edith A. Smith who was known for her portraits and who also taught many other well-known local artists


FURNITURE & FURNISHINGS: Duncan Phyffe Sofa, wing chair by Hickory Chair Co, upholstered Victorian style chairs, Hepplewhite style walnut game table, pair of Hepplewhite style walnut Pembroke tables, walnut & oak candlestands, antique style dictionary or Bible stand, caned seat sewing rocker, wooden side chairs, old school desks, large walnut jewelry Q-sized carved 4-poster bed; cherry dresser and chest of drawers, cedar chest, hand-pegged walnut washstand, large framed mirror with lavish carving, cherry buffet & hutch, reproduction Tiffany style dragonfly lamp, Fenton Cabbage Rose Gone-With-The-Wind lamp, hand-painted banquet lamp, hand-made diminutive grandmother clock, oriental style rugs, more.

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ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Lynchburg Foundry cast iron banks, The Game of Lynchburg, Lynchburg area books, including cookbooks, Renaissance Revival fainting sofa, A.G. Jefferson & other Lynchburg memorabilia,  oak shelf clock, cast iron, Autumn Leaf Ironstone nesting bowls, coffeepot & pitcher,  signed Ronald Regan letter, Avon, more

CHINA, GLASSWARE:  Spode "Cowslip" china. 93-pc. svc for 12; extensive collection of Franciscan "Desert Rose" including serving pieces, glassware & more; fine crystal & decorative glassware; Fostoria American

FINE ART: Extensive collection of framed paintings by Edith Smith and Connie Herlong, including oil paintings and watercolors

DECORATIVE: lots of figurines and other bric-a-brac, vintage Xmas

BOOKS: history, cookbooks, popular fiction, children's, spiritual - books for every reader!

ELECTRONICS: Sony large screen tv, stereo system, older computer

HOUSEHOLD & MISCELLANEOUS: dishware, glassware, boxed flatware, Revere cookware, small kitchen appliances, gardening tools several pairs of binoculars, Balscope telescope, more







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