Awesome Farm House Estate Sale
Henderson, MI – August 17th & 18th 9-5 – August 19th 9-3
Every Pickers Dream
The Front Porch is decorated with a pair of Rustic Chairs, bird houses, and Milk Cans, and really sets the tone for what you’re going to find inside!
You will walk into the Living Room where you will find a 1908 beautiful Minnesota A (first model) sewing machine, a few jars of unsorted vintage buttons, a couple antique wood thread spools, an 1896 “knock down” spindle for files, an 1890’s Stereo Graphoscope, a pre-1930 Ear Trumpet hearing device, a comfy sofa, a nice Lift Chair, a beautiful antique Console Gulbransen Piano, a spoon carved dresser, two Duncan Phyfe Mahogany Hepplewhite Shield back chairs, a lovely commode, an antique violin with case, two antique violins for repurposing or repair with cases, a 1920 low tone J.W. York & Sons Saxophone in case (made in Grand Rapids) , a 1930’s Marx Violin-uke in its original box, a 1930’s Clarinet (intact in original case) The Elkhart, Music books, sheet music, a mid-century wire record rack, Victrola records, 1950’s & 60’s 45 records, and so much more! We just added a Mid-Century tension floor lamp with atomic pendant shades!
Off the living room in the Dining Room with an Oak Pedestal table with one leaf, and four chairs, a cool Mid-Century Speckled Charteuse set of china service for four, a newer medium size buffet, a cute little bench, a lovely vintage birdcage in a floor stand, a gorgeous commode, a NIB Princess House platter, a shelf with a farm house clock, and neat vintage items, and the Jewelry table with vintage and fun costume jewelry!
From the dining room you walk into the Kitchen which is jam packed with usable kitchenware, vintage utensils, a mid-century chrome paper dispenser, a huge amount of Fostoria Fluer de lis pattern glassware (bowls, luncheon set, creamer and sugar, nappy etc), and some Fostoria American glass pieces, hammered Aluminum pieces, a large Nescoe Electric roaster, a new in box indoor electric grill, a high chair, microwave cart, and so much more!
Out of the kitchen you will pass through another Entry with great wooden wall hangings, a very old dry sing, a good amount of clothing including some fun retro pieces, and household products.
Step down into the Family Room! You will see a Victorian Settee (project needs a leg reattached –leg is there), a coat rack filled with vintage hats, a very large Duncan Phyfe table (project – needs at least three legs glued), two Duncan Phyfe dining room chairs with needle point seats, two Danish Modern chairs, (one in excellent condition) a quilt rack, quilts, Antique clothing; lots of small primitive and vintage décor, like old tin Union Pacific RR cars, Dietz lanterns, crates, a hand pump fire extinguisher with good graphics, a cast iron cow, with a bell wall hanger, painted saw blades, wash board, coca cola trays, and more. The china and glassware table is in this room with a ton of lovely items.
Back through the kitchen and the dining room is a Bedroom where you will see vintage books, (like a 1936 Girl Scout guide), crates, a pair of mid-century modern (working) floor lamps, a complete WWII army uniform, with hats and boots, an antique crib, old games and more!
Just before that bedroom is a very narrow stairway to the Upstairs! There is so much neat stuff up here that you will have to see if for yourself! The first Bedroom has household linens, quilts, Afghans, a small child’s wardrobe/dresser, some 1960’s baby clothing, and a cute vintage night stand. The second Bedroom at the end of the hall has a slightly larger wardrobe, an old spring and mattress set, an antique cane seat chair, and will have many girl’s vintage toys like paper dolls in their original folders, small tin kitchen, small tin doll house, and more. (We are not finished up here yet)
The Store Room is on the other side of the hall, and there are some amazing items here! There is a 1920’s ornate speaker in a cast iron base, an Ingraham wooden mantle clock, a shoe form attached to a log with all the shoes, a 1920’s or 30’s electric fan, an old small Kerosene heater, a Farmer Peet’s shortening pail from Chesaning, MI, a vintage Jazz Band picture, a Mid-Century Modern lamp with shade, Ornate Art Deco cast iron swing arm drapery holders, (great for repurposing!), an early 1900’s rotary mimeograph machine, a rusty pre-WWII metal farm truck (toy) and other tin lithograph children’s toys.
The Garage although attached to the house has it’s own entrance and it is FULL of home decor, Christmas, and kitchen items.There is a neat tall chest of drawers, some hand tools and hardware, some garage and garden products, crates, galvanized, a great lightweight aluminum ladder and more!
There is still way more upstairs for us to discover so we will be adding items and pictures daily next week!