Excellent Wyoming Estate Sale!
A Great collection of antiques, collectibles, household and sports!
May 31st, June 1st and 2nd
When you walk in you are in the Living Room. You will see the china and glassware table, full of Fenton Cranberry glass, a Lusterware tea set, a gorgeous Hull vase, Candlewick, vintage pitchers, an interesting variety of Order of the Eastern Star china pieces, and much more. On the jewelry table besides some lovely costume jewelry, there is a Shriner hat and figurine, an Order of the Eastern Star Bible, and other Eastern Star items. There is a Castelli mother of pearl student’s accordion, a violin, a ukulele, a beautiful Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table with 6 chairs, (the table has some serious water damage to the top) a large set of Ivory by Syracuse China, a Red Ryder Carbine BB gun model #40 (1947-1950), a mid-century modern record cabinet with drop leaves for stereo speakers, a drum table with a single drawer, another drum style table vintage table, a full length mink coat, and two mink stoles! We just added a Marlin Glenfield Model #25; 22Cal rifle with a Glenfield 4X15 scope, and a Western Field Model SB-100B 20 gauge shotgun.
Down the hall the first Bedroom on your left has a wonderful antique waterfall bed, and antique dresser, vintage linens, and great selection of vintage ladies hats, an antique parlor table and more!
The Second Bedroom has a wonderful Mid-Century twin bed, a Motorola stereo in a cabinet (non working) a beautiful vintage vanity with mirror, a needlepoint vanity stool, a student’s desk with chair, a painted night stand, a great working safe with keys and so much more!
The Third Bedroom across the hall has the matching Mid-Century dressers for the bed in bedroom #2, another desk, a nice vintage bookcase loaded with books, an antique White sewing machine in a cabinet with a few sewing notions, a Vintage Portable Victor Victrola (working), a tube RCA Victor portable AM radio (needs battery), a Crosley record player, (working) a Thomas AM FM Reproduction radio, Vintage Victrola records, regular records, a large amount of advertising church and funeral home fans, and tons more. All of the bedrooms have vintage Quilts on the doors, and the third bedroom has two Chenille’s.
Back down the hall to the Dining Room you will find a lovely St. Johns solid maple dining room table with four chairs, a St. Johns solid maple china cabinet, a quarter sawn oak parlor table, an 82 pc set of Stangl pottery dishes, a dozen tea-cup trio’s including two Shelly’s’, a huge service for 12 of Gorham silverware never tarnish in the wood box, a hand crocheted large table-cloth/ or bedspread, and a vintage wedding ring quilt topper.
The Kitchen is filled with usable kitchen ware including utensils, some vintage, glassware, pots and pans, Pyrex, Tupperware, silverware, and much more!
Out of the kitchen is the Lower Level, and there are some great items there! You will see three cedar chests, two Tennessee Red Cedar, and one Lane waterfall, a wooden ironing board with the original decals still on it, a nice Pine dresser, Christmas, vintage luggage, two vintage clam shell, spring back porch chairs, a large quantity of golf items, clubs, balls, tees, etc., two Darton Compound Bows SL50, a Mountaineer compound bow draw 27-29 Weight 60-70, an Eagle DW 29-30 (great for Bow Fishing!), a vintage Indian 52″ recurve bow,a second vintage Deluxe Composit recurve bow (more info coming) arrows, hunting clothes, a man’s Huffy Scout bike, a small selection of fishing rods, including a nice cane pole, Household linens, a small Valley Pool table (collapsible legs-made in Bay City MI) table tennis equipment, a set of Boutoniere Mid-Century Modern dishes, many other misc. Kitchen items, House hold products, a small amount of hand tools and hardware, an old Wringer washer (still works) Blue canning jars, a good number of Zinc canning lids, regular canning jars, vases, Jim Beam decanters in the box, stools, Vanity bench, and way more !
Back up the stairs out the back door you are in the Breezeway, and there you will find two well-loved lazy boy recliners, a painted dresser and commode, vintage milk bottles, collectible Jim Beam bottles (most in box), a repurposed book shelf with books, a ½ Barrel end table, rugs, and more!
Out of the breezeway you walk into the Garage! There is a great portable picnic table and benches, a Toro lawn mower, a snow thrower, yard and garden tools, a very nice grill, and more!
Sept 2017 We would like to thank you for a great sale. You worked very hard to get ready for this sale. Your expertise was great. We had no idea how to do an estate sale. You took us step by step on how the process works. We are very grateful we found you to do our sale. You made a great display through the home. It looked beautiful I know you worked long hours to prepare for the sale. We appreciate your knowledge and expertise in all areas to make the sale a success.. Jim and I were over whelmed by the thought of an estate on our own. We are very grateful to have found you It was a pleasure to meet a lot of your loyal customers. They all had wonderful things to say about you.. We were very happy that you start out each morning with prayer. We would highly recommend the Too Sisters to anyone doing and estate sale. It was a pleasure working with you. Thank you for all you have done. Thank you for a Great Sale! James and Kathy Behling June 2017 What a wonderful experience ...