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INCREDIBLY FULL Tysons Corner Estate Sale

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  • The address for this sale in Vienna, VA 22182 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Fri
May 05
10am to 3pm
2017
Sat
May 06
10am to 3pm
2017
Sun
May 07
10am to 3pm
2017

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A true lifetime accumulation. Old, new and in-between items.

Five bedroom home with a huge, packed basement and garage. Furniture for every room, all priced to sell.  In addition to a traditional dining table and six chairs and two Pennsylvania House cabinets, there is a small midcentury teak desk and shelving unit. Beds, dressers, sofas, chairs (including a recliner) and many, many occasional tables and other small furniture.

Wonderful bric-a-brac including Boehm bird plates (all twelve), cranberry glass, Dansk, Denby, Goebel figures and HUMMEL NATIVITY, M A Hadley, Herend Village Pottery, Lenox, McCoy, Quimper, Roseville, Shelley, Waterford and Wedgwood Wild Strawberry. Victorian coralene vase.

Collectibles include crocks, a cup and saucer collection, dolls and teddy bears, a vintage child's tractor and cart and a vintage bicycle. Much vintage hammered aluminum and miscellaneous vintage kitchen collectibles and linens. Early child's Singer sewing machine and other toys from the same era (c. 1930). MORE CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS THAN I'VE EVER SEEN. Books and records. Massive amount of QUILTING and needlepoint supplies of all kinds. Large collection of shells. Bird, deer and seal figurine collections. Several Stiffel lamps.

Women's clothing including an entire closet of Jeannette Miner, Paris suits, a Burberry mohair coat and a new with tags St. John dress. Costume jewelry. 

Outdoor furniture, sundial, potting bench and garden tools. POTS GALORE.

 

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