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Metal Art Whidbey Island Downsizing Estate Sale

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Aug 01
9am to 4pm
Aug 02
9am to 4pm

Curry Doggone Estate Sales

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Update: So Sorry, many neat items that I had photos of on here were removed by the family. We may change to just a one day sale.


They need to downsize, so most must go. Amazing items and metal work.


This sale description was copied from EstateSales.NET on 12/15/2017 (232-201-11:42:11 PM). Please check there for accurate up-to-date information (92-54).

Being the home of a past manager of the Osyter Run, there are motorbike collectibles, tools and there are 3 motorbikes for sale.  Lots of motorbike goodies.


There is a wonderful collection of Seattle Worlds fair items. Some are new old stock. Plates, cups, pins, toys, a store display board that still has pins on it, some books and more.


A huge collection of pin-back buttons. Funny ones, Presidents, rock music, hydros, and so many they are a must see.


Many very nice vintage bowls, such as Bauer, Camark, Vernon, Fiesta, Sears, and others in wonderful condition.


Dishes include a super nice china set by Haviland with a blue Garland rose pattern. There are many of the ruby red goblets by Avon, some very nice plates with pointsettias, and other nice dishes.


Iron Skillets by Wagner and others. There is an iron waffle maker, kettles and lids.


Some great yard art! Must of it made by the owner. Plus some old bikes and other interesting things that are great for yard, shop or barn décor. Gates with Costal Native American designs, Southern US Native designs and wildlife. Garden tools have detailed cuts. A really nice fire pit/cooker made from a barrel. There is a large fish sculpture, some weather vanes and lots of great art. Some metal signs, burl wood, and some old bicycles.


Bigger things include a Wedgewood gas stove, big curio, wood chair, a wood dresser, and other nice chairs.


Odd items:

Big wagon that was ox/water buffalo driven in Asia

Large wood Christmas decorations of Nativity and Santa with deer

Pile of stained glass

Pedal Sewing machine table turned into a sander

Adams road grader toy

Telechron clock

Big Kiln


Also there are:


knives, some are hand made by the owner.

Coke tray

Wall Phone

A little jewelry



Tools, vice clams, saws, welding, wrenches, rachets, and much more.

Flat metal boat

small wagon

cement mixer

Inflatable boat

Sewing machine

Quilt top

Industrial mower


Family and renters live in 3 of the buildings so many items will be outside. To see big items we can escort you to see them.


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