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No Horsing Around Estate Sale on Alki, 20% off of all furniture!

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Fri
May 19
9am to 4pm
2017
Sat
May 20
9am to 4pm
2017
Sun
May 21
10am to 4pm
2017

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.


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Hi Everyone,

20% off of of all furniture on Saturday!

What do you do if you’re a cow wranglin’, horse ridin’, wine collecting, dog showing kind of people?  You head east of the mountains to greener pastures, thriving vineyards and warmer summer days so this dynamic couple made a big move!

As John Wayne would say “….woman of the house…I’m home, in love and ready for the next 35 years of where ever that will lead us.”...and they are letting go of a house filled with an awesome assortment of old and new. ….large and small.  This place is filled to the gills with everything you can imagine!

The sale starts on Friday May 19th and runs through Sunday the 21st and the address will be posted at 7:00 PM Thursday night.

It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 2156.

We are adding photos daily as we set up so check- in for updates.

COLLECTIBLES: There are many cases of collectibles…we have two cases devoted to fishing (lures) and hunting alone!

Straight razors, watches, pins, jewelry, figurines, Mardi Gras necklaces

 Ephemera - cigar labels, early postcards, pamphlets, comics

Fuel torches, glass insulators, ammo, buckles

An Amazing Collection of Cufflinks including designer pieces!

A huge collection of Muffy Bears, furniture, accessories, and clothing! Stuffed animals - Bears, Cougars, dolls

Featuring a James Taylor Signed Takamine Guitar…WOW!!!

Autoharp, Pan Guitar, guitar foot stand

FURNITURE: Featured is an amazing burgundy mahogany oval dining room table with an Asian motif and a glass protective top and pads.  A matching buffet with a glass door hutch on the top, it is adorned with a carved floral and bird crown and includes eight chairs…Exquisite!

Super comfy Emmerson leather sofa that reclines and a matching easy chair

Antique sm. parlor table, petite ornate writing desk, carved glass top, chair

Office desk and rolling chair

Hammary coffee table with glass top and display drawer and a side table

A gorgeous Dillingham blanket chest with a blue glass back splash and enameled pin dishes with pull out drawers and inlay marketry

Oak White clad mini cooler, Lawyer’s bookcase

Three barstools with backs

Large armoire with glass doors

Drexel dresser with mirror and a dresser with drawers and doors on the top, two side cabinets

Rocking chair with cane back

Substantial stand up dressing mirror made of mahogany

Queen sized bed, Lounge chair with ottoman, White cotton easy chair

Side table with decorative painting

Five white two tiered book cases, Lots of nice Lamps, Nice rocking cradle

KITCHEN AND APPLIANCES:  Tons of Kitchen items! 

Decorative pottery, sets of dishes including Denby poppies, Arners mushrooms, Hartstone holly (two types), a huge set of Misty Rose Koi fish dishes, bowls, pots, pans, Kitchen Aid Mixer, Bread maker, OXO food grinder, coffee makers, pasta machine, All Clad cooker, blender, toaster, wine glasses, lots picnic utensils, Pyrex… and did I mention Cook Books?!!!

CLOTHING: Women’s shoes, casual, equestrian, WAZU and evening gowns size XL.  Purses and pocketbooks.

Men’s clothing includes dress and casual shirts, pants suits, (XXL) and a nice assortment of ties.  Leather vest and pants.  Lots of Hats with WAZU, golf, sports and straw sun. 

Santa Clause outfit, awesome purple Wizard costume

CHRISTMAS:  LGB trains and track, Snow Village buildings and accessories, blown glass art ornaments, decorative glass ornaments (lots of pinecones),Hallmark ornaments, lots of Christmas books and lights.

Easter decorations too!

ART: Decorative mirrors,

Thomas Manglesen signed photo,

Oil paintings, watercolors, posters

Lots of vintage colorful prints

Art Deco framed picture of three pointer dogs – nice!

Art Glass vases, St. Helens Glass

Three signed Leo Stans prints

Many picture frames

OFFICE: Tons of office supplies, calculators, ink and stamps, copier printer, keyboards, art supplies

LINENS:  Lots of blankets, Duvets, towels, many Patchwork quilts and table clothes

ELECTRONICS/MUSIC: Sylvania flat screen TV, portable DVD players, older HP and Dell computers, ear buds, Dennon receiver and subwoofer, Mac keyboards, computer accessories, X-box controls, DVD’s, HP notebook docking station

BOOKS: Massive Cookbooks, Christmas and Children’s books, dog and horse, wine, gardening, decorating

HUNTUNG/FISHING: Dozens of decoys (geese and ducks), hunting blinds, deer hanging stand, ammo, air pistols, scope, scabbard, night vision glasses, cleaning kits, holsters, fishing gear, poles, bait box, camping gear lanterns, heaters, coolers, antlers, Deer Head, stuffed pheasant, wood and glass floats, signed books about Winchesters

WINE: There is a substantial Vin Temp wine cooler, 30+ wine crates, etched bottles (empty), glasses, openers, books, vineyard maps and art, cork holders. 

The exquisite large carved eagle statue holds two bottles of wine (preferably cult wine!)

Bear statue holding trout by Jeff Fleming

GARDEN:  Set of lawn furniture, folding chairs, many coolers, planters, yard art, garden tools, picnic baskets and entertainment accessories.

TOOLS:  Portable 10” DeWalt table saw, radio and vacuum, some construction tools, air conditioners, hydronic heaters, Portable Mr. Heater

MISC: Substantial Early Floor safe, Signed Matt Hasselbeck, tho early wood pallet jacks, bird cages (vintage, modern, decorative), kennels (including a cyclone fence kennel) and pet supplies, storage bins, towels, Schiller sculpture, baskets, Mongoose and Swing bicycles, die cast fire engine and three cars

Equestrian – horse blankets, saddle pads, two pairs of boots, Stetson hat, riding gloves, some leather accessories, harness, hobble and whip

A fantastic Franklin Mint Monopoly collectors Table – great condition!

And last, but not least…a mannequin beer bong!  (BYOB)

Too much to mention…

Again, the address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and to our E-Mail family around 7:00pm Thursday night.  We put a sign-up sheet on the door at that time and people can come by to write their name.  Please sign-up only your name.  We have a large staff to facilitate the sale and check-out and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line.  If someone has forwarded this to you and you want to be on our personal email list, please email us at GGGEstateServices@gmail.com

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 4:00PM

So come on by and say hi!

Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

See you there!

David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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