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Historic Smithfield Homes Tour Estate Sale

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Dec 03
10am to 6pm
2016
Sun
Dec 04
12am to 6pm
2016

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We are very pleased to be hosting an estate sale in one of the most historic houses in our area.  On Dec. 3rd and 4th, we will be having an estate salt at 220 S. Church Street in the Smithfield, VA historic district in the Eason - Whitley house built between 1750 to 1790.  Originally, on Main Street, the home was moved at the turn of the last century to Church Street. 
 
Here are some of the thousands of items being offered for sale:  Federal eagle pediment mirror, 19th century Polyphon 11 inch disc music box with discs, blue and white 3 quart crock, antique frames, oriental, Aubusson, braided, hooked, and woven rugs, pedestals, large owl figurine collection, including bisque, jade, quartz, pewter, ceramic, brass, etc., Designer dolls of all makes, sizes, costumes and nationalities.  Also, many vintage dolls from the beginning of the last century through the 1960's.  Eastlake child's bench, marble top Eastlake table, oil on canvas marked Abbott Fuller Graves ( reknowned listed Boston School 19th century artist) marble top side tables and miniature marble top Victorian coffee table, RCA Little Nipper Dog (believed to be vintage), Ornate Queen Anne doll bench and a and doll chairs, bell pull, multiple floral arrangements, including Christmas, Christmas decoration, Christmas tree and ornaments, life size Victorian Dressed bisque doll, "Till Death Due Us Part" during Civil War era by Donna Neary, numerous candlestands, tall book case and two half size book shelves, top hat, Smithfield book, Vintage records including Beatles and several of John F. Kennedy.  Also included are Civil War centennial records and 45's of various musical artists, small oak church pew bench, Bessie Pease Guttmann figurines, dark pine (Ethan Allen) drop side table, plant stands, a print of the Smithfield Pagan Princess boat, Madame Alexander dolls, Windsor Chairs, Ethan Allen large hutch top dresser, 1930's Savings bank, Philco vintage radio, Realistic Cassett and record player, crystal lamps, men's watches, dark pine cannonball bed, American Eagle bedspread, Afghans, holiday throws, pine blanket chest, chiffarobe, shaving mirror, Civil War prints and vintage military litho prints, night stands, Shirley Temple dolls, old doll brass bed, pet beds, wreaths, including Thomas Kinade, paintings, vintage RCA radio, Kunsler print of Stonewall Jackson, Owl prints, large and small, tall standing file cabinet, Confederate figures on display shelf, Bob Rosberg new in  box golf set, Surrender at Appomattox print by Tom Lorell, General Lee and Traveler at Gettysburg by Michael Gnatek, Lionel Train set, post office box bank, Columbia 360 record player, customer made curtains, Confederate Officer's reinactor hat, Large model of Whaling ship, Charles W. Morgan, book, and limited edition print, Mayflower ship door stop and a variety of reproduction, but charming door stops, Display cabinet with glass doors that house, ottomans, including a very large center one, Civil War Backgammon game, Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls, Scottish plaid throw, chaise lounge, mid century modern chair, large piano baby, Civil War tapes, videos, and books, electronics, penguins, large screen TV's Entertainment center, cobbler's bench, brass decorative items, including candlesticks, trivets, bowls, some made by Baldwin and Virginia Metalcrafters, beautiful cast iron coal surround with cherubs, games, shaving sets, handicap equipment including wheelchairs, old painted cabinet, bathroom cabinet with stained glass, millions of Beanie Babies, L.L. Bean croquet set, wooden water bucket, fireplace utensils, bookends, cookbooks, decorating books, two Duncan Phyfe sofas, Toby mugs, oriental bowl, tapestries, banquet lamp with coin dot and cherubs, Eastlake doll table and chair set (vintage) stained glass Tiffany style window hanging, primitive children prints, musical photo album and vanity set, coffee table, Victorian glass dome with butterflies, Civil War Chess Set, Victorian child's chair, 1940's compo twin dolls, Johnson map of Vicinity of Richmond, 1862, Oriental folding screen, art glass, reproduction  and gorgeous Tiffney style lamps, costume jewelry, VA Metalcrafters and Baldwin Brass, Roseville pottery, framed large paper dolls (1930's), child's rocker, ginger jar, Victorian high top linen button shoes, Whaling harpoon, fireplace grates, folk art man, Adams mirror, tea sets, paper weights, exercise weights and exercise bike, candelabras (brass) figurines, flowers figures, portraits of Washington, Lincoln and Robert E. Lee, Duncan Phyfe table and chair set, elegant table linens, Lenox Christmas dessert plates, Duncan Phyfe china cabinet, Italian figural Christmas Centerpiece, green stemware, milk glass, domed butter dish, David Winters pictures, Majolica, German clock, Christmas tree, tons of books, misc. doorstops, iron garden chairs, lingerie chest, Italian crochet tablecloth, waterfall blanket chest, vanity items, including perfume bottles, quilt racks, beautiful oil lamps, wardrobe, oak plant table, assortment of linens, formal and bed, Williamsburg birthday prints, French style coffee table, round side table with mesh doors, vintage clothes, sideboard, amber glass, including canister set, candlesticks and stems.  Rabbit ear chairs , heaters, fans, office desk, vacuums, German nativity set, ceramic set, large arm Windsor chairs, wall hangings (macramé) spatter ware, Jefferson cups, pewter, pink transfer ware, cookie jars, molds, large pine bench, trestle table, stained glass hanging lamps, Amish dolls, cast iron, milk bottle, Ball jars, teapots, woven basket, chicken doorstop, large collection of Heartland dishes, china, yelloware bowl, metal 1950's dollhouse and some furniture, trays, cast iron cookware, plant cart, retro dishes, copper, Hull brown drip glaze, grinder, crackle glass, coffee makers, vintage aprons, cheese box, Picasso print, king size bed, mid century chest an dresser, Santa rug, Danish Modern Table with four chairs, Danish Modern coffee Table, set of tole lamps, taxidermy fox, vintage dolls, designer bears, Danish Modern china cabinet, retro red sofa, globe, small oak standing cabinet, 1960's typewriter and case, mid century light covers, Norfolk prints, Halloween décor, Large ottoman, old trunks, Beyer's Choice dolls, Harper's Bazaar Civil War era litho, swinging cradle, Easter décor, Victorian doll bed and doll wardrobe, Valentine candy boxes (vintage), Ken/Allan dolls and Clothes and mirror with ship on reverse painting on glass. Amazing weekend for all with a home that has not been open to the public in over 100 years! Everything must sell at bargain prices. Christmas gifts abound. DO NOT MISS THIS SALE !  Cash and local checks with proper ID only accepted. NO CREDIT CARDS!
 
220 S. Church street Smithfield VA 23430

It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 2158.

Sat. Dec. 3rd 10am-6pm
Sun. Dec. 4th noon -6pm
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