Exceptional Upscale Living Estate Auction | Leawood, KS | Antiques & Collectibles, Furniture, Home Decor, Household Goods, & Much More!



Directions: 69 Highway to W 151st Street Exit, West on W 151st Street to Switzer Road, North on Switzer Road to W 145th Street, East on W 145th Street to Wedd Street, South on Wedd Street to W 145th Court. Watch for Signs!




The Georgoulis’ are moving to Texas and are selling the contents of their upscale, 5900 square foot Overland Park home!


Antique, Vintage & Modern Furniture

Commemorative oak “Pearl” moon-phase grandfather clock from Northwestern University; Colonial walnut moon-phase grandfather clock-nice; ornate French inlaid 2-drawer chest w/ marble-top-very nice; pair early leather chairs; early French side table w/ marble-top; early English oak tea cart w/ Barley-twist legs; pair English oak inlaid round end tables; very nice country English oak hand-carved china hutch-early; “Country French” pine dining table & (4) chairs; pair carved fruitwood armchairs w/ rush seats; ornate English mahogany knick-knack wall shelf; pair English oak buckets on stands; 1920’s Spanish Revival oak end table-ornate; hand-painted Bombay entry table; early English mahogany knee-hole desk-very nice; painted French bench w/ embroidered seat; pair early English wingback chairs w/ embroidered upholstery; “Sligh-Lowry” dark pecan knee-hole desk w/ leather-top; dark oak bench w/ embroidered seat; hand-painted early French vanity chair w/ rush seat; 1940’s Duncan Phyfe carved mahogany rocker w/ embroidered seat; several very nice silk & wool rugs-hand-crafted; ornate glass-top coffee table; very unusual Mission oak child’s chair w/ rush seat & back; newer burl mahogany sleigh bed; pair French parlor chairs w/ embroidered upholstery; very nice French walnut armoire; unusual walnut “stick & ball” child’s corner chair; several nice sofas & loveseats w/ slipcovers; large burl mahogany armoire; nice 1940’s burl mahogany wardrobe; very nice newer china hutch; like new leather lift chair; huge world globe on stand; early French armchair; pair French parlor chairs; pair hand-painted tall nightstands; early French pecan parlor table w/ marble-top; newer oak armoire; dark cherry 16-drawer tall file cabinet; etc.



NOS Remington “Model #552 Deluxe .22cal./Tubular Magazine Automatic Rifle,” lever-action, in org. box; pump-action .22cal. magnum w/ scope



Nice collection of Wedgwood “Jasperware” pieces; large Wedgwood “Jasperware” green urn; Wedgwood “Jasperware” tobacco jar; sizable collection French Limoges hand-painted trinket boxes; early glass perfume bottles; Waterford crystal fish paperweight; Ruege “Phantom of the Opera” Swiss music box-nice; large Meissen hand-painted plate; silverplate; large set Limoges “Ceralene” hand-painted china; nice, early set English bone-handled flatware in wooden inlaid chest; hand-painted Italian ceramic foot bath; hand-painted urns & planters; Tiffany & Co. crystal bowl; Fenton cranberry glass perfume bottle; pair Sterling salt & pepper shakers; assorted tapestries-some large; Mexican ironwood carved dolphin & whale statues; early, primitive wooden bread bowl; early French painted wooden cookbook stand; (2) mink fur coats; ornate gilt picture frame-1920’s; “Squire” binoculars in case; Satsuma hand-painted vase; LEGO “Architecture Series” completed buildings; pair English metal-work table lamps; very nice carved wood dog statue-early; small bronze statue; early jewelry casket; exceptional pair Asian bone figures on horseback statues-early; several early footstools-nice; English silver plated table lamp w/ painted metal shade; English oak floor mirror-needs work; pair Italian hand-painted porcelain duck statues; Mackenzie Childs collectibles; Stan Musial, Brooks Robinson, & C. Yastrzemski autographed baseball bats; signed prints-mainly French & English; 4-piece Disney framed animation cell; several nice & early framed mirrors-some French & English; nice selection of framed artwork-some original; large LGB train set w/ org. boxes; nice selection Lionel & RailKing trains; Lionel “Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Island of Sodor Playset;” Life-Like “Golden Rails” Union Pacific train set; MTH “Scale 2-Car Passenger Set” in org. box; & much more!


Jewelry & Coins

Men’s Rolex “Oyster Perpetual” 18K yellow gold & stainless steel wrist watch; large selection of gold and sterling silver jewelry; diamond & gemstone jewelry; Tiffany & Co. sterling money clip; David Yurman designer sterling necklace & ring; US silver mint sets; (3) Columbian Exposition silver commemorative half dollars; silver Stone Mountain commemorative half dollar; capped bust coins; Indian head pennies; V-Nickels; flying eagle cent; seated liberty silver dimes & half dimes; commemorative 2-dollar bills; 2012 “Year of the Dragon” .999 silver rounds; US commemorative silver coins & sets; foreign silver coins; foreign currency; & much more!



Specialized “Crosstrail” mountain bicycle-very nice; assorted fishing equipment; GE “Select” refrigerator; Stihl “FS-45” gas-powered trimmer; Toro “Power Clear 621 E” gas-powered snowblower; large lot leather-bound books; LEGO train set-large; several totes full of LEGO’s; large wooden wine rack; pair Toter wheeled trash cans; outdoor chairs; child’s wooden table & chair set; Sony boombox; Denon “Compact Disc Player DCD-1560;” large Klipsch speaker; Yamaha “Natural Sound Graphic Equalizer EQ-500U;” PS3 video games; Wii system w/ accessories & many games; Samsung flat-panel TV; UGG boots; designer men’s & women’s clothing & accessories; Macbook laptop computer; Bose “Wave” radio; Bose bluetooth soundbar w/ remote; electronics; tons of CDs; vinyl LP records-some classic rock; kitchen goods; office supplies; lots of miscellaneous; household goods; & much more!


Auctioneer’s Note: Excellent quality and variety in this auction-auctions like this do not come around very often at all! Make plans now to attend this fantastic auction - there is truly something for everyone. 


Living Estate of John & Cheryl Georgoulis

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.