Friday, Saturday and Sunday (June 22, 23 and 24). Saturday will be 25% off and Sunday will be 50% off.
PRE-SALE AVAILABLE. 10% premium added to price for all pre-sales.
We accept credit cards and cash. No CHECKS. Any credit card amount; no credit card fee.
8.25% sales tax INCLUDED in price.
All sales are final. Items sold as-is.
Although we try to help when possible, many times we are unable to provide assistance with furniture, so please plan on packing and loading your purchases. Furniture purchases will need to be picked up by 4 pm on Sunday.
Parking is limited to the street only, please pull off the road best you can and do not block driveways or mailboxes.
*Bring your shopping bags, but check them with our Holds Staff before you start shopping.
*We provide a complimentary wrap station as you exit to further secure your fragile items.
*We are not responsible for accident or injury during the sale.
*Children must be supervised by you at all times; they may look but not touch.
*This home is handicapped accessible, but there are no public restrooms.
Though this house has many pieces of a time well traveled in the mid-1900's, what stands out the most is the love of music, especially John Lennon and the Beatles, that this family had.
We are fortunate to be able to sell five (5) signed prints from the collection of The Artwork of John Lennon, that was approved by the John Lennon Estate and Yoko Ono.
There are around 200 LP's (vinyl records) that embody that era, from the Beatles, to the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Peter, Paul & Mary, The Doors, Belafonte, Jimi Hendrix and more. There is also a touch of classical, in their appreciation of music that comes from symphonies overseas, and across the U.S.
If you want to see what Europe looked like in the mid-1900's, there are a lot of postcards and mementos from that era that they purchased in their travels.
Various Dresden porcelain pieces.
A rare, sterling silver Alt-Heidelberg tea set, which includes tea pot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and creamer
Around 30 Hummel figurines.
Mexican folk art, like Tarahumara baskets, the nightmare animals of Alebrijes, the skeleton Katarina figures, the beaded artwork of the Huichol Indians and more.
Artwork from India.
And don't miss out on ...
Around 100 LIFE magazines from the 40's, 50's and 60's
Original vintage Christmas ornaments
A variety of fun jewelry: vintage from the 80's, some beach/island jewelry, sterling silver and costume jewelry
A couple of Singer sewing machines, and one is a 1924 Singer featherweight