Directions: 50 Highway to 291 South, South on 291 to SW Persels Road, West on SW Persels Road to SW Highland Drive, North on SW Highland Drive to Holloway Lane, West on Holloway Lane to Address. Watch for Signs!
ESTATE OF LONG-TIME AUCTION BUYER AND ANTIQUE DEALER! THERE IS AN ENTIRE SHED AND STORAGE UNIT FULL OF UNOPENED, MYSTERY BOXES - COME SEE WHAT WE DISCOVER! MAKE PLANS NOW TO ATTEND! EXPECT MUCH MORE THAN WHAT IS PICTURED OR LISTED!
Antique, Vintage & Modern Furniture
Wrought iron etagere w/ glass shelves; small mid-century modern bookcase w/ sliding glass doors; tall lighted mahogany curio cabinet; 1950’s pecan drum side table w/ marble top; French Provincial style upholstered parlor chairs; matching French Provincial style upholstered sofa; assorted floor rugs; assorted end & side tables; upholstered furniture; office furniture; carved fruitwood parlor table w/ lift-off serving tray-ornate; tall oak lighted curio cabinet; metal baker’s rack; complete white painted wicker porch furniture set-settee, planter box, dining table & (4) chairs w/ glass-top, occasional chairs; early 1900’s carved claw foot round oak dining table & chair set; nice 1940’s “Duncan Phyfe” mahogany small china cabinet; matching 1940’s “Duncan Phyfe” mahogany dining table & chairs set; mid-century walnut china hutch; very nice & unusual early 1900’s oak small china cabinet; 1950’s French Provincial leather-top side table; assorted foot stools; mid-century sewing machine in cabinet; velvet upholstered parlor arm chair-1950’s; early 1900’s walnut pie safe; 1940’s walnut knee-hole desk w/ glass-top; odd chairs; several Victorian walnut side tables; nice mid-century floor tension lamp w/ glass shades; oak corner shelves; painted & unpainted wicker “Boho” shelves; early 1920’s walnut parlor tables; several bed frames w/ mattresses & box springs; oak quilt rack; 1920’s walnut chest of drawers; very nice Victorian burl walnut glove box dresser w/ mirror-ornate; 1970’s marble-top end table; magazine racks; very nice “Bassett” French Provinical dark pecan bedroom suite set-chest of drawers, dresser w/ mirror, bed frame w/ mattress & box springs; assorted wall shelves; brass fern stand; 1940’s “Ducan Phyfe” mahogany marble-top coffee table; oak gun cabinet; etc.
Several shotguns & rifles; BB guns; very large oil painting in ornate frame-antique; assorted figurines; knick-knacks; miniatures; collection of eagle figurines; several ornate gilt framed wall mirrors; framed wall art; original oil paintings-signed; “Together for the Season” by Terry Redlin framed print; retro wall barometer; lighthouse collection; brass figurines; Italian Murano glass pieces; several slag glass nesting hens; crystal; glassware; assorted table & floor lamps; swan & angel collections; amber glass baskets; glass oil lamps; glass compotes; Mikasa pieces; brass & copper items; copper teapots; framed cross stitch wall hangings; lots of linens & fancywork; lots of china; hand-painted china; several sets of silverplated flatware; few sterling silver pieces; large collection of stoneware-McCoy, etc.; carnival glass; pink depression glass; lots of vintage Pyrex; stemware; retro Tupperware; mid-century aluminum kitchen canister set; primitives; rooster collection; large soup tureens; cut glass; milk glass; Fostoria glass; large L.E. Smith “Moon and Stars” amberina glass compote; complete sets of china; clocks; beer steins; Ducks Unlimited decanters; music boxes; snow globes; boudoir lamps; old Christmas decor; wooden model cars; jewelry & trinket boxes; old books; ornate brass umbrella stand; many bird & duck figurines; copper coal bucket; graniteware; lots of brown drip stoneware; Charlie Weaver battery op. bartender toy; Miller Lite pool table light; Olympia Beer motion sign; Coca-Cola framed mirror; Elvis trading cards; framed Coca-Cola puzzle; Miller High Life motion sign; Budweiser wall light sconce; Coca-Cola wall clock; pool cues & balls; Old Style lighted beer sign; die-cast model cars-large; large cast-iron kettle & tubs; wash tub on stand; large cast-iron pot on stand; galvanized buckets; cream separator parts; vintage Coleman & other coolers; Coleman kerosene lanterns; cast-iron skillets; old metal gas cans; lots of vinyl “LP” records; milk can; pocket knives; wrist watches; costume jewelry; & much more!
Flat panel TV; electronics; VHS tapes; framed wall mirrors; faux plants; Pyrex; lots of kitchen goods; small kitchen appliances; Vision Ware; kitchen utensils; sets of dishes; refrigerator; washer & dryer; microwave; toaster oven; vacuum cleaners; office supplies; sewing notions; lots of utility shelving units-some advertising; chemicals; hardware; lots of fishing rods & reels; fluorescent light fixtures; deep freezer; extension cords; lots of hand, power & yard tools; Blue Point bench grinder; tool boxes full of tools; some antique & vintage tools; oilers; hammers; saws; planes; pool table; several fireplace tool sets; NIB items; yard art; outdoor statues; pots & planters; park bench; concrete birdbath; handmade wishing well-large; aluminum extension ladders; several lawn mowers; outdoor wrought-iron table; wooden folding ladders; lots of milk crates; coolers; footlockers & trunks; lots of 8-track tapes; leaf blowers; mini refrigerator; CDs; golf clubs; folding step stools; dolly; TV tray sets; heaters & fans; lots of home decor; tons of miscellaneous items; box lots; household goods; & much more!
Estate of Marenia L. Harris
Preview of merchandise and bidder registration will begin one hour prior to the auction. All bidders must provide name, address, phone number, and a valid driver’s license. By registering, all bidders acknowledge having read and agree to be bound by the Auction Terms and Conditions. Everything will be offered in "as-is, where-is" condition. All sales are final. Legacy Auction Group is not responsible for any accidents, injuries or losses. Accepted payment is cash, valid check, and credit/debit cards. A 4% service fee will be charged on all credit/debit card transactions. All items must be paid for in full before any portion of the merchandise is removed. All items must be removed from the property in the time allotted by the auction company. The auctioneer reserves the right to re-open the bidding. The records kept by the auctioneer and his staff shall in all cases be accepted as final. All announcements made day of auction take precedence over any printed or online materials. Employees and staff can and possibly will bid on auction items.