Heirs of Dr. James Morris, III and Mrs. Dixie Morris

online only auction13 day sale sale is over
  • Location Roanoke, VA 24018

Bidding Starts

May 4

Bidding Ends

May 16


PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash, In-state (Virginia) Check with proper ID. Bank cards accepted. 15% buyers premium on all personal purchases, discounted to 10% if paid by check or cash. All items sold "AS IS-WHERE IS" and are final.
Not responsible for accidents. ***** NO PETS, FOOD OR DRINK INSIDE OF HOME*****
Additional announcement may be made at time of closing of sale take precedence over all previous communications.
***** Sale preview Sunday May 12th 1-5 PM
5920 Saddleridge Road, in the Bridlewood section of Cave Spring


On-Line Only…



******* Preview Sunday May 12th, 1PM-5PM *******

5920 Saddleridge Road,  SW Roanoke County

(Dir: Brambleton Avenue to Chatsworth Drive to left onto Bridlewood Drive to Saddleridge)

Sale Begins Closing Thursday Night, May 16th at 7PM

Selling for the heirs of Dr. James Morris & Mrs. Dixie Morris


AUTO: 2001 Acura 3.2 TL sedan. 94,600 miles and garage kept.

ANTIQUES & OTHER FURNITURE: Hinkle-Harris Wild Cherry dining room table, eight chairs and china hutch; several pieces of hand-crafted chests and hutches; Barrister’s case; Victorian rockers; cherry bed; desks; several pieces of small table

GLASSWARE & CHINA: Several pieces of bone china, crystal, cut glass, porcelain and sterling silver.

JEWELRY: Several pieces of find gold, silver and diamond jewelry and better costume jewelry.

ART WORKS: Many, many pieces of wall art, some done by Dr. & Mrs. Morris. Other pieces by local and regional, artist including two P. Buckley Moss prints. Also, oil and watercolors. Bronze sculptures. Russian Iconography of early Christianity. These Icons are exquisite and they will emotionally transported back to a time of the early struggles in the Christian movement.

RUGS: 12 count high quality, hand knotted Mid-Eastern small and room size rugs

COLLECTIBLES: U.S. Springfield rifle; Civil War era rifle; Model 67 Winchester rifle; two long knives; arrowheads; railroad signal; several stamps; few coins; Meteorite fragments

BOOKS: 1000+ books from various authors and topics. Some dating back to the mid 1800’s. Several more modern novels and well as space, science and medical

PLUS: Few quilts, few tools; few old toys; movie posters; whimsical things and much, much more!

TERMS: This is an online only sale with internet bidding. You need to go ahead and register so that you may start bidding immediately. Cash, local bank check or bank cards accepted. Buyers premium of 15% discounted if you pay cash at pick up. Sale ends Thursday May 16th at 7PM. Pick up Friday may 17th and Saturday May 18th from 9 AM- 2 PM. All items sold ‘AS IS-WHERE IS” and all sales are final. See the website for full details or contact us directly.

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is an exceptional offering. Dr. and Mrs. Morris traveled to all seven continents and brought something back from each, save one. Go online now and join the fun!



Tim Hash, Auctioneer #F759


Call or Text: 540-353-2107

www.MountainCityAuctions.com                                                               2001 Acura with 94,600 miles. garage keptHinkle-Harris wild cherry china cabinet.Hinkle-Harris dining room table. Wild cherry and includes eight chairs, two additional leaves and pads.Hand made cherry corner china cupboardhand made cherry breakfront plantation deskSmall roll top leather and oak trunkTiffany style lampTiffany inspired lampOne of several movie theatre lobby postersMovie posterSeveral primitive piecesone of two P. Buckley Moss prints.Roanoke City Farmers MarketCopper wash potIlluminated corner curio cabinet.One of many (many) oil, watercolor and prints wall art.Bronze bucking bronc and cowboy.Bronze ballerina German Black Forest coo-coo clockShopkeeper's oak tread cabinet. One pane of glass is broken. Otherwise, excellent shapeMahogany case mantle clock. Not running, but beautiful. In family since 1830'sBronze faceless manThe bronze naked lady. Or, as we say in the south: Nakked!One of several meteorite pieces of Dr. Morris' collection. As you can see, they have their paperwork with them.Stamps, stamps and more stamps! This is all 50 states, but there are plenty more beside this photo.                              www.MountainCityAuctions.comTelegraph signalTwo long knives. One very ornate.                                                     Four long guns including one dating back to the Civil War era.                                                                                                              ***** We do not sell firearms out of state. Not even to a firearms dealer. We follow all laws as well as our own policy.Russian art work.  This is some extraordinary work!  Each depicting the early struggles of the christian faith. There are several pieces of paintings and some metal work                                                 This one is called the "Feasts" This is one of the auction company's favorites. Not that it is the most attractive, but because it portrays Christ from birth to the ascension into Heaven.ChristKing of kingsSome outstanding metal workMilimoto pearlsRaw pearlsDi Modolo 18 carat and diamond earrings. Beautiful!GentDavid Yurman braceletsSeveral lots of fine jewelry as well as some better costume jewelry. Cherry secretary.Rail yard switch lantern, now electrifiedTwo pair of book ends made of railroad iron and spikes.Twelve hand knotted rugs in various sizes.Victorian platform rockers.One of several hand made pieces that have been in the family for decades.Another hand crafted piece. Notice how burled walnut was used in the center of the drawers.Few parts of a train setAnother cherry hand crafted piece.Hand made cedar chest.Brass key collection in case.Barrister's bookcase.Several record albums and cd'sSeveral quilts and blanketsMore quiltsChild's quiltHand woven blanketFew Toys from 1940's - 1960'sFlexible-Flyer sled.

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