ALMOST EVERYTHING is half off (a few items have an X, which means discounted, but not half).
PERCY and NANCY HALL have moved into smaller, more manageable quarters and left behind a house full of items at their home on Pearce Drive (off Trimble Road, across from First Presbyterian Church). More photos will be added throughout Wednesday and Thursday, as well as the house number.
They must know how to throw the best slumber parties, as I still have 3 single/twin size beds (complete). Also included are a dining room table and chairs. nice 25-30 cup and saucer collection (some good stuff), EAPG and cut glass, two end tables, some toys, 1,000 or so postcards (50-cents each) some good stuff. Griswold Dutch oven,
Original Raggedy Ann. lots of doll clothes and associated fabric items, old small Goebel Friar, Hummel girl with chicks, small Roseville vase, nice clear matching candlesticks and rose bowl (etched floral), 100? Little chachkies gathered during their many travels to faraway lands (lots of critters, including Chase dog, and Delft house, among others), selection of mallard items, table of Christmas stuff, lamp filled with sea shells,
Quartz regulator clock, candles, picture frames!, digital and film cameras, printer/fax/copier, Sony cassette deck, Harman Kardon CD-301 cassette deck, , mics old and new, computer monitor (thin), stereo cabinet, cassettes and racks, CDs and racks, VHS tapes and DVDs, many music related items, books (music and travel covered well), 32 Danielle Steel books, framed art and prints, 5 clock radios, 2 radios, lots of sewing items (supplies, box of material, 100s of spools of thread),
sewing storage stool, lamps, large piece of egg crate foam, some luggage, so much: bedding, sheets, 30+ pillows!, his clothes, shoes and shirts, plus a couple suits, her shoes and purses, bathroom stuff, all sorts of chairs and stools, small shelves and stands, smll computer desk, wood book shelves, board games, 4drawer filing cabinet, 2-drawer filing cabinet, 45rpm and 33rpm records,
Two-stack wood desk, plastic bins and trays, yardsticks, necklaces, Hallmark ornaments in box, 1960s Horizon magazine, 100s of National Geographic magazine, magazine storage boxes, a few dolls, vases, large selection of baskets, Kenmore 1802 sewing machine in cabinet, metal bar stool, 1960s wood dinette table, 100s of sheet music ($1.00 each; $50 takes it ALL), TV/VCR combo, few laundry room carts and bins, 5' aluminum step-ladder
LOTS of kitchen stuff (small appliances, utensils, Corning, Corelle, Pyrex, etc), soaps and cleaners, canning jars (not a lot), some paint, so many tote bags, small produce baskets, snack sets, 2 redwood patio chairs, 1960s vinyl chair sets (gold set, silver set), garden tools (long and short), lawn sprinklers, watering cans, gas cans, flower pots, shepherd's hooks, 8-10 drawers from a dismantled chest (all parts might be there, but drawers would make some nifty storage and/or display units),
Adaptive equipment (reacher, canes, raised toilet seat, shower chair, ), chrome leg table, rolling cart, Sterkowski leather hat, suncatchers,, Ashland Volunteer Fire Company hat, tin of miscellaneous jewelry ($8 for all), 4-drawer chest of drawers on legs, ladies' hats, and more as I sort things out and get them priced. Anything that I don't get to will be taken to the Flea Market at the end of the month (Feb 24-25).
Will have at least one locking display case for some better smalls....still finding, sorting: small Steiff bear, some sterling jewelry , tokens, few coins, 3 cute vintage painted child's clothes hangers, other little smalls.
Questions? Texting is best.....(419) 571-471sicks. See you there, come snow, rain, sleet, or all that other cold slushy stuff!
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