Directions: (169 & W. 179th Terrace) | 169 Highway South to W. 179th Terrace, West on W. 179th Terrace to Address. Watch for Signs!
Original, signed German oil painting; sizable elephant collection; pair of Asian silk paintings-signed; retro brass hand desk letter holder; unusual mid-century brass lava lamp; vintage men’s & women’s clothing & accessories; hand-stitched quilts; retro afghans; oak & stained glass wall clock; several mid-century oil paintings; art glass; paperweights; cat collection; snow globes; huge amount of knick-knacks; many figurines; retro wall art; hand-painted porcelain German piano babies; blown glass figurines; miniatures; set Thomas Kinkade limited edition hummingbird wall plaques; antique & vintage books; silverplate; crystal; stemware; bar ware; Goebel & Hummel figurines from Germany; pair Hummel bookends-unusual; many retro knick-knacks; large collection of souvenir spoons in display cases; bell collection; lots glassware; pewter figurines & miniatures; Fenton amber glass slipper; Murano glass dog paperweight; brass miner’s head lantern; “Painted Pony” statue; large amount of vinyl “LP” records-many classic rock, Beatles, etc.; several Fenton glass inverted top hats; shadow boxes full of miniatures; Victorian opalescent glass footed bowl; amber glass hen on nest; German wall-mount miniature scene; hand-carved wooden masks; glass mid-century barware sets; wooden miniature spinning wheel; several nice & large Italian capodimonte pieces; metal match safe; huge amount of Christmas & Halloween blow molds; set Pyrex refrigerator dishes; several pieces of vintage Pyrex; retro kitchen wares; 1970’s comic & cartoon glasses; large amount of “Texas Ware” bowls-nice; antique printer’s drawer full of miniatures; German walking canes; German hats w/ pins; nice Victorian silver plated bridal basket; hunting knives-Schrade, German, etc.; B&G collector plates; pocket knives; cast-iron mechanical dentist coin bank; bottle whimsy; advertising rubber tire ashtray; metal bladed fans; Japanese samurai warrior set-old; 1950’s croquet set; mid-century table lamps; vintage Christmas; aluminum “Pom-Pom” Christmas tree in org. box; color wheel in org. box; Franciscan “Apple” dishes; framed cross-stitch art; Coleman kerosene lantern; large Fenton amethyst glass vase; mid-century metal cake taker; fountain pens; Zippo & other cigarette lighters-some in org. boxes; pachinko pinball machine; retro board games; large amount of Marklin & other model trains & accessories; steam engine toy; 1960’s slot cars; redline Hot Wheels & accessories; Sizzlers; Nintendo NES & games; Atari games; large amount of model rocket toys-Estes; transistor radios; Fender guitar amp; several reel-to-reel players; stereo equipment; turn tables; large amount of vintage camera equipment; projectors; Juki knitting machine; & much more!
Jewelry & Coins
Assorted foreign & US coins-some silver; Montana Silversmiths eagle belt buckle w/ inlaid turquoise; belt buckles; Omega stopwatches; vintage Seiko wrist watches; turquoise jewelry; sterling silver jewelry; over 50+ pieces of gold jewelry
Metal upholstered bench; mid-century teak bedroom suite set; like new electric lift chair; nice oak corner electric fireplace; excellent mid-century “Telefunken Deluxe” German console stereo; glass-top figural elephant side table; 1940’s painted vanity w/ mirror; retro brass vanity stool; dark pine lingerie chest; 1940’s mahogany piano bench-unusual; mid-century gentleman’s valet chair; oak wall-mount display cabinet; mid-century COSCO kitchen step stool; assorted mid-century end & side tables; nice, early 1900’s oak curved glass curio cabinet/secretary combo-ornate; 1940’s industrial office chairs; oak African folk art “birthing chair;” mid-century occasional chairs; entertainment centers; large amount of pressed-board & Sauder type furniture; etc.
Industrial workbench on casters w/ electric-nice; several bench vises; creeper; large amount of hand, power & yard tools; levels; electric tools; axes & hatchets; several roll-around tool chests loaded with tools; drill bit sets; screw & nut driver sets; electrical tools & testers; large amount of wrenches; pliers; vise grips; wire strippers; tin snips; large amount of sockets including many sets; torque wrenches; chisels; punches; pipe wrenches; cutters; speciality tools; pipe cutters & benders; jacks; jack stands; Pro-Arc arc welder; bolt bins full of hardware; Craftsman Professional double worklight; Werner folding aluminum ladder; tree saw; aluminum folding & extension ladders; aluminum folding step stools; gas cans; extension cords; lots of chemicals; garden hoses; Nitchi 1-ton chain hoist; pump sprayers; miter saws & boxes; work lights; jumper cables; Craftsman router & table; Toro electric leaf blower; metal “rota-bin” hardware organizer-nice; metal shop carts; garden hose reels; pull-behind spreader; receiver cargo extender; shop vac & accessories; Craftsman 10 in. table saw-nice; drum sander; gas-powered tiller; kerosene heater; boomers; chains; come-a-longs; pulleys; tow cables; garden cart w/ pneumatic tires-nice; pipe clamps; nail pullers; & much more!
Much framed wall art; retro wigs & cases; many “gadgets;” health & beauty items; many electronics; NIB goods; clothing; many books; office supplies; crafting supplies; set of maple folding TV trays; board games; children’s toys; huge amount of kitchen; kitchen utensils & gadgets; Tupperware; small kitchen appliances-some NIB; Whirlpool side by side refrigerator w/ icemaker; large amount of utility shelving; MasterBuilt electric smoker; LG stainless steel microwave; Corelle dishes; Keurig coffee maker; Toshibia flat panel TV; VHS & DVD players; linens-some vintage; lots of jigsaw puzzles; large amount of Crown Royal Whiskey bags; metal filing cabinets; brass touch lamp; lots of yard; 100’s of box lots; household goods; & much more!
Estate of Shirley Yvonne Greenstein
Auctioneer’s Note: This estate is a true vintage time capsule with an excellent variety and truly something for everyone. Bring your trucks and trailers as this is a large, all-day auction. Make plans now to attend!
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.