Saturday, July 25
Saranac Lake, NY
1441 NY State Route 3
9:00 a.m. Numbers beginning at 7:30
To settle the estate of Thomas and Barbara Norman, we will be selling the contents of their 3200 Sq. ft. in Saranac Lake, NY. Tom and Barbara built their home in the 1950s, and held onto many treasures throughout the years.
Directions: Home located on west side of NY Rte.3. GPS may show address as either Saranac Lake or Bloomingdale.
Partial Listing: ACCESSORIES: Saranac Lake Winter Carnival buttons and local souvenir items; vintage medical books; nice early large Mochaware pitcher; large group Candlewick glass; great group barbies incl. Bubble cuts; early Fairbanks by Vega banjo; art supplies; great vintage clothing incl. ugly Christmas sweaters; 50+ years kitchen items; crocks; brass jelly kettle; yarn; 1931 Kitchenaid mixer; small appliances; antique photos; stuffed toys; good vintage tackle box; 2 large Adk. deer mounts; pheasant mount; sheet music; quilts; vinyl records; costume jewelry; telephones; retro items; slides; more...
FURNITURE: mahogany drop leaf dining table w 6 chairs and extra leafs; tea cart; live seat; stands; beds; maple dresser; painted dresser; two vanities; card table; Deco metal cabinets; childs school desks; rustic twin beds; long vintage church pew; more.
SPECIAL INTEREST: Good Honda 5000 generator; circa 1900 Cary Floor Safe (buyer must be prepared to move) 1950s Roper gas stove-great enamel-orig. to house; treadmill; 1950s radios; Craftmatic adjustable bed; ping pong table; foosball table; Jensen JTK-17 Field Engineer tool kit (like new) more.
NOTE: On same day as sale there will be a multi-vendor flea market about 1/4 mile down the road. Also same day will be Franklin Founders Day Picnic at Kate Mtn. Park just a few miles north of the sale. Come make a day of it in the heart of the Adirondacks!
(Dates Subject to Change: Many Contingent on Real Estate Closings, etc)
July 27-Aug. 3
Saturday, July 25 Shelburne, Vt. 959 Falls Rd. 9:00 a.m. Numbers beginning at 7:30
We will be selling the estate of longtime Shelburne resident and noted local beekeeper Enoch Tompkins from his packed home and outbuildings. Many interesting items reflecting Ernest's diverse passion's in life.
Directions: From Rte 7 in Shelburne turn onto Falls Rd. House next to small convenience store.
Partial Listing: Huge group vintage bee keeping items incl. early brass stencils, several signs, vintage display hives for schools, vintage reference material and books, much more; large group honey & bee collectibles incl. honey pots; Vintage Sondramic jukebox restored and working in 1990s; good oak 5-section stacking bookcase; Gov. Winthrope secretary; pocket watches; large group vintage kids toys and games incl. mechanical bears, penguins, tin Santa, more; pr. oild paintings by Essex artist Mary Laliberte; group vintage coins; WW II Japanese rifle; great group WWII uniforms, letters, & insignia; top hat; many kitchen collectibles; guitar and violin; slag glass lamp shade; vintage traps & fishing items; glass door rustic cupboard; early yard tractor; rototiller; 3 wood stoves; vintage Raleigh bikes; large Maxfield Parish print; vintage lighting; tools; pocket knives; early locks & keys; vintage computers; Roseville Snowberry wall pocket; dining set; great large group books-many VT; much more...
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