Col. Gary & Mrs. Betty Brown Living Estate | Antiques & Collectibles, Furniture, Tools, Home Decor, Household Goods, & Much More!

Directions: 69 Highway South to W. Amity Street/68 Highway, East on W. Amity Street/68 Highway to S. Doyle Street, South to Address. Watch for Signs!




Antique, Vintage & Modern Furniture

Very nice cherry desk; outdoor wrought iron bench; outdoor wrought iron bistro table & chair set; antique flat-top trunk-small; outdoor wicker chaise lounge w/ cushions; 1940’s Duncan Phyfe mahogany buffet-small size; early 1900’s quarter-sawn oak curved glass china cabinet-very nice; assorted end & side tables; very nice leather armchair & matching ottoman; brass floor lamp; several newer upholstered armchairs; early 1900’s walnut single drawer table; very nice tufted leather sofa; round oak coffee table; very nice pecan bedroom suite set w/ high back bed frame w/ mattress & box springs plus 3-drawer nightstand; plant & fern stands; early 1920’s mahogany chest of drawers-nice; early 1900’s “Larkin” oak bookcase; newer “Ashley” cherry small buffet cabinet; antique oak toy chest; antique spinning wheel & accessories; (2) antique German high-back chairs; metal filing cabinets; “Ethan Allen” walnut drop-front secretary desk; antique child’s painted kitchen cabinet; “Woodard” wrought-iron outdoor coffee table; early antique walnut drop-leaf harvest table; dark oak chest of drawers; outdoor metal dining table & chair set; cast-iron “Singer” treadle sewing machine based table; pair of wrought-iron outdoor arm chairs; etc.


Collectibles & Household Goods

Lots of quality home decor; vintage wooden croquet set on stand; lots of metal folding chairs; coolers; live plants; Emerson flat panel TV; camping equipment; lawn chairs; fans; heaters; many plastic utility shelving units; many folding & card tables; board games; children’s toys; vintage Pyrex primary red mixing bowl; sewing notions; kitchen wares; small kitchen appliances; kitchen utensils; old glass bottles; primitive wooden ladder; Singer “Curvy” sewing machine; assorted rugs; vintage Pyrex; glassware; crystal; china; pottery; knick-knacks; stemware; dish sets; stainless steel flatware; misc. sterling flatware; silverplated flatware set in wooden chest; Frankoma pottery bowl; pink depression glass; cut glass; sawtooth glass; lots of wall art; Howard Miller oak “Regulator” wall clock; framed wall mirrors; Bissell vacuum cleaner; men’s & women’s clothing & accessories; linens; towels; bedding; table lamps; lots of wicker baskets-some Longaberger; decorative lanterns; hand-painted camel table lamp; (2) Jamie Carter framed & signed Christmas prints; antique oil painting; clocks; Red Wing 5 gal. crock; advertising yardstick collection; cow bells; brass bugle; round Seth Thomas wall clock; luggage; books; office supplies; old sled; graniteware; lots of glass canning jars & accessories; huge amount of Christmas & holiday decor-some vintage; (2) Coleman air beds; plastic storage totes & tubs; framed temple rubbing; misc. gun related items; antique copper boiler; antique ash bucket; vintage Fisher-Price toys; vintage “Wonder Horse;” vintage child’s chalkboard easel; antique “Hubley” cast-iron Boston Terrier dog doorstop; Roseville pottery bowl; cast-iron wagon toy; brass skeleton keys; auctioneer equipment including ticket file box, buyer’s numbers, tickets, etc.; Garmin “NUVI 50 LM” GPS system in box; portable wardrobe; primitives; small crocks; large cast-iron kettle; 6 gal. Western Stoneware crock; lots of miscellaneous items; box lots; NIB items; household goods; & much more!


Tools & Outdoors

Ryobi miter saw; extension cords; wooden porch swing; lot of wooden sawhorses; garden hoses; large amount of outdoor pots & planters; lots of hardware; shop vac; Toro electric leaf blower; Milwaukee heavy duty dolly; garden cart; lots of chemicals; folding step ladder; shovels; rakes; hoes; spades; Tomlee Tool table saw on stand; Ryobi 18V drill set; NIB Skil electric palm sander; drill bit sets; electric chainsaw; drywall tools; Husky rubber tool chest full of tools; several concrete bird baths & stands; lots of shepherd’s hooks; iron fence sections; galvanized watering cans; glass gazing ball on stand; metal wagon wheel; lots of yard art; rain barrels; live animal traps; hose houses; broadcasting spreader; large cast-iron planters; wind chimes; tiki torches; T-post; & more!


Note: Numerous unpacked boxes at time of listing in the basement, expect surprises!


Col. Gary & Mrs. Betty Brown Living Estate

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.