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​​Vermont Estate Sales & Transition Services

Join Us at the Cabin Fever Antique Show

Saturday, February 17

W. Gilson Ave (Just off Route 4)

Quechee, Vt.

10:00 a.m.

​     K.C. Scanlon invites you to visit our booth  at the  41st Annual CABIN FEVER ANTIQUES SHOW and SALE on Saturday, February 17th in Quechee, Vermont.  Cabin Fever brings together an excellent group of dealers featuring country antiques, primitives, plus ephemera, jewelry, silver, folk art and fine art.  Touted as the “Best Little Winter Show in Vermont”, this year’s show will be no exception with 27 dealers from around New England showing their wares in the Mid Vermont Christian School Gymnasium at 399 W. Gilson Ave., just off Route 4 in Quechee (less than a mile from the Antiques Collaborative).

     This year the K.C. Scanlon booth will feature a variety of paintings, early & formal furniture, advertising, accessories, fine sporting items, elegant lighting from a New York mansion, Mid-Century, and much more. Some of the items are pictured below. 

     Several  other fine Vermont antique dealers will also be on hand including: Michael and Lucinda Seward displaying fresh picked wares from around New England; John Bourne Antiques from Pittsford with painted smalls and country furniture; Judd Gregory from Dorset with a double booth of elegant 18th c furniture and artwork all fresh to the market; John and Eileen Smart of Mendon with a booth bursting with fine smalls, primitives and items in paint; The Cargill Collection from White River Junction with a general line of antiques; Partridge Hollow of Milton with copious amounts of sterling, chocolate molds, lanterns and what-have-they; Rick Fuller of Royalton with a primitive country booth; Back Door Antiques of East Middlebury displaying sporting items, signs, and ephemera from around Vermont; The Horse and the Bear from Norwich showing art, linen and a fine variety of furniture and smalls; Stone Block Antiques from Vergennes with a double booth of always-interesting fine art, fine furniture, and fine smalls; Osgood Hill Antiques of Essex will be bringing a selection of jewelry, silver, oils and primitives; We can also expect to see great wares in the booths of Uriah Wallace, Vershire and Ken Arthur of Spotted Horse Antiques, Windsor.

    Joining the Vermonters will be several New Hampshire dealers including Thomas Thompson of Pembroke showing country smalls, collectibles and interesting unusual items; Brett Cabral with a mix of 18th and 19th c country antiques with mid century modern and art pottery;  Nancy Cummings of Swanzey with a general line of interesting furniture, silver, artwork;  And from Massachusetts driving north will be Kay Baker from Amherst with a fresh batch of maps, tools, copper and brass; West Pelham Antiques of Pelham showing fine samplers, painted items and 19th china; and David Thompson Antiques and Art from S. Dennis with photography, reference books and various 19th C treasures.   Rounding out the exhibitors will be Dover House Antiques from Kentucky, Ian McKelvey Antiques from Connecticut and driving from Maine will be Martin Ferrick with his great line of Americana and Mark Longval with his oriental rugs.

     The show hours are 10am to 4pm on February 17th, so plan to spend the day and celebrate both President’s Day Weekend and the material culture of our past while looking for that special something.  Located just 5 miles west of Route 89 at exit 2 and just 6.4 miles east of Woodstock, it is easy to find.  Admission is $10.  Enjoy a delicious breakfast or lunch catered by Coventry Catering of White River Junction. For information call Lori Scotnicki, Manager @ 802-318-1619 or Lscotnicki@gmail.com. 





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Fine Estate Sale

Sunday, Sept. 10

Little River Farm Rd.

Stowe, Vt.

9:00 a.m.

Numbers at 7:30


With the real estate under contract,we will be selling the contents of an interesting Stowe ski home. A fun, eclectic sale.


Directions: From Rte. 100 turn onto Stagecoach Rd. First left off Stagecoach is Little River Farm Rd.


Partial Listing: Two Polaris model 340 snowmobile (1996 and 1997) w/ aprox. 950 miles each-well serviced; Excellent Bernhardt worn leather sofa w curved back; matchin Bernhardt leather arm chair; T.J. Robillard oil on canvas of sailboats; Gibson Epiphone acoustic guitar; large historical engraving by Ritchie "First Reading of Emancipation Proclamation"; Michael Dumas duck print; several room size Oriental rugs; Vera BeckerhoffStowe Vt. print; nice Luccioni print; good collection paperweights incl. 1884 dated, Myers arts glass, and others; 2 king size beds; twin beds; other beds; 3 cherry chests; vintage toys; 2 pr. early Oriental ivory figures; neat wag clock; 2 pr. Tubbs snowshoes; child's fur coat; several vintage German and Norwegian outfits; tooled leather saddle; 2 Vict. hanging lamps; good Kitchen accessories; mountain bikes; more....

Upcoming Events

(Dates Subject to Change: Many
​Contingent on Real Estate Closings, etc.)

Upcoming Events:​

Saturday, Feb. 17
      Cabin Fever Antique                    Show                    Quechee, Vt.

Saturday, Feb. 24
Waterbury, Vt.

Office Closed
Feb. 26-March 5

Saturday, March 10
Jericho, Vt.

Sunday, March 11
Stowe, Vt.

Saturday, March 17
So. Burlington, Vt.

Saturday, March 31
Waterbury, Vt.


Packed Estate Sale

Saturday, Sept. 9

Rte. 73 (Forrestdale Rd.)

Brandon, Vt.

9:00 a.m.

Numbers at 7:30


We will be selling the contents Scarborough family home in Brandon Vt.

NOTE: FULL LISTING AND DETAILS WILL BE POSTED WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

Partial Listing: Firearms incl. Browning A-Bolt 7mm w/ Zeiss Diavari-C scope, 1979 Dan Wesson .22 dbl. action in orig. box, Frank Wesson pat. 1870 bicycle gun w/ stock, other early bicycle gun no stock, Early percussion derringer w/ burl handles and folding mini bayonete, pr. colt .22 derringers, more; aprox. 12 glass front display cases incl. several old oak country store cases; pr. Hudson Bay type blankets; early beer advertising; Mid-Cent. Danish sofa; riding lawn mower; may tools; much more posted Wednesday night.