Estate sale of Nonagenarian – Entire contents (house to be torn down – all must go)

THURSDAY  FRIDAY  SATURDAY, Oct. 23-25

Unique small roll-top desk with much inlay.  Brumby rocker, Victorian chest and sideboard, marble-top coffee table.  Cheval mirror and other mirrors.  Dining table (ends can be used as consoles). Fern stand with inlay, set of four cane-bottom chairs, linens, quilts.  Oriental rugs, child’s loveseat.  Old dolls, doll buggies, doll canopy bed, dresser and other doll house furniture. Encased Japanese doll.

Beautiful Worcester Tureen, “l Bernardand & Co” Limoges with many service pieces, Noritake, Castleton “Laurel,” Candlewick punch set, much Blue Bubble, Dresden candlesticks, sugar barrel, butter churn.

Framed oriental pictures, Gould prints, bookends, toys, games, portable Underwood typewriter.

Much memorabilia (lots from Atlanta from the ’30s through ’50s).  Cameras, many sepia pictures, old snapshots, vintage costume jewelry, knives, lighters, many collectibles.  Singer sewing machines,sewing and knitting supplies, old patterns. Round leather-top table, leather chair, hand-made six-drawer chest, hand painted dresser, two four-poster 3/4 beds with mattresses.  Pair Pembroke tables with fret work, many old lamps, ice cream chairs (four adult, two child’s) trunks, Christmas, full kitchen with old, red handle items, large Planters peanut jar, McCoy Clown cookie jar, much yellow Fiestaware from the ’40s, round table with ball and claw feet, set of eight Bentwood chairs.  Rockers, unique ‘couple’ andirons.  Side-by-side one-year-old GE refrigerator.  Electric stove with overhead oven, dishwasher, microwave, all light fixtures, iron skillets, pair old bar stools, fire king, 1981 Coke tray, Kentucky Derby 100 anniversary glass.

The owner was manager of Muses’s Men’s department.  Men’s hats and caps, hunting clothes, suits 46L, pants size 40, shirts size 15 ½ X 33, sport shirts, XL, shoes, 12D, Women’s vintage clothes, slacks, hats, purses, gloves, lingerie.

Full basement:  large anvil, long work table, many tools, Black and Decker saw, humidifier, insert heater for fire place, Power compact exercise machine, electric lawn mower, Murray and Schwinn bikes, old wooden ice cream maker.

Outdoor plants and shrubs, including 16 large boxwoods, 1989 Chevrolet Capri, 235,000 mi. 1978 Cadillac Seville “as is.”

Click here or copy and paste this URL (https://picasaweb.google.com/Exclusively10to4) into your browser to view some of the items for sale. If photos for the sale are not up now, check back a couple of days before the sale.

Thurs-Fri-Sat, Exclusively 10-4.

5490 Tilly Mill Rd., 30338.  Go Mt Vernon Highway to Tilly Mill, 2nd house on right.

Ann’s book “Tales from Estate Sales” is available at the estate sale. We do not accept credit or debit cards. There is often a line when we first open the doors. Usually it dissipates within an hour or two. On our most popular sales, the line could last until 1 p.m. We hate to make customers wait, but we must limit the number of people we allow in a home for security and safety reasons. We learned years ago that when too many people are inside, the crowd can get out of hand and people get hurt. We send out thousands of emails and cannot respond to inquiries about prices or items. Please do not contact us before the sale to inquire about merchandise or after the sale has closed to inquire about purchasing a product. You must come to the sale to make any purchase offer. If you want something you see at a sale but do not want to pay the asking price, leave a bid. If the item does not sell, we will accept the highest bid as long as the estate owner approves it. If your bid is accepted, we will call you. Once a sale has ended at 4 p.m. on Saturday (or on rare occasions Sunday), that estate sale has closed. If you are interested in having us hold a sale for you, please click the Contact Us tab at the top of the page on our website, exclusively10to4.com.

 

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