50% off Sale!!
Note: Please park along the street. Driveway is for loading merchandise only. Due to the incredible amount of inventory, access may be limited. NO LARGE BAGS/NO CHILDREN. There is a shed in back. We will have a separate register for those items, and will be paid for separate from the house items.
A little about our client:Native Texan, Jim Ball, has been a public relations professional for more than 50 years, 30 of which were spent as spokesperson for Dr Pepper/Seven Up Cos., Inc. and its subsidiaries. An avid collector of DP/7Up, baseball, and golf artifacts, Jim retired from the Fortune 200 firm as Sr. VP-Corporate Communications.
SALE IS A COLLECTOR’S FANTASY
Sports memorabilia, Dr Pepper collectibles, craftsman furniture and some of the most collectible holiday treasures we’ve ever come across are here at our upcoming sale in Argyle.
Situated in rolling horse country, this home of a Dr Pepper executive has a little of everything. But it’s all good. Every bit of it.Here are some highlights:We have Nolan Ryan signed stadium seats, certified autographs on golf balls (Payne Stewart) (Lee Trevino), bats (Duke Snider), signed baseballs, bats, footballs, gloves and jerseys, a Norman Rockwell limited edition lithograph sign by Brooks Robinson as well as a Byron Nelson print signed by Payne Stewart, Ben Crenshaw and Tom Watson.This sale features a massive collection of Dr Pepper memorabilia and ephemera including “Sweet Inspiration,” a bronze sculpture in tribute to Mr. Dr Pepper, Bill Kloster.We have pieces by Roseville, Lalique, Laura Klein, Llandro and Windy Meadows as well as several sets of china. Patterns include Roberta by Spode, Friendly Village by Johnson Brothers, Apple Blossom by Theodore Haviland, Regency Gold by Sheffield and Wedding Ring by Sycracuse to name a few.We have lots of crystal including many pieces by Waterford as well as a large collection of American Fostoria.Many mission and craftsman furniture pieces are available including a Roycroft luggage rack from the North Carolina’s Grove Park Inn and two L. & J.G. Stickley chairs. One is a rocker, and the other a highly sought after Morris chair.The house, garage and outbuilding are packed with treasures far too numerous to mention.Other crown jewels of the household collection include:Wide array of old & new Easter and Halloween articles, and a premiere collection of Santas, filling the Christmas Room from floor to ceiling. Among them are old Dept. 56 churches, houses, seasonal tableaus; 20-30 year-old Lynn Haney pieces; whimsical, hand-carved Rawson figures; hard-to-find, metal Shadow Dancer Santas, and dozens of Windy Meadows ceramic, signed houses, barns, churches. Enjoy Xmas in May bargains.We hope to see you in Argyle.
Caring Transitions Estate Sale Team