Our first sale June 9th, 10th & 11th In New Lothrop
Our First Sale won’t be until June 9th 10th & 11th In New Lothrop
Our timing is off for sales this summer… Mary’s still recovering from her third back surgery, and I have a hernia surgery
that they couldn’t get me in for until the end of April… so it will be a couple weeks after that before I’m back.. When we
get started, June, 9, 10, & 11, it will be an awesome multi generational farm sale.. and I DO MEAN AWESOME ! There are
lots of large great crocks, milk cans, TOOLS, hay hooks, trolleys, pulleys, vintage pitch forks, tractor metal wheels, and
seats pails, and all the goodies !
Or how about a Dr. Buggy in amazing condition…. Inside is just like outside. Mid-Century Modern, Antiques,
drop dead gorgeous lamps, china, glassware, Quilts and linens….THIS WILL BE A SALE NOT TO MISS… PICTURES coming
as they are available !
Our next sale is in July in Howell !!
July 2020 Beckie Adams My family and I have nothing but good things to say about the Two Sisters Liquidations. Both Marys are genuine, likable and knowledgeable. It soon became apparent that they very much enjoy what they are doing. They work hard and make every effort to get all things ready for a sale. My husband and I live in Indiana and my deceased sister's home was in Michigan. We both felt that the Marys were trustworthy and we had no concern about them working with my sister's goods. They are flexible, as well. The coronavirus pandemic delayed our sale, but during the several week delay, the sister's continued to work at my sister's house to make it even more ready. They are knowledgeable about antiques, sometimes using Ebay for comparisons. In addition, they have contacts in the larger Michigan area to assist with selling silver and other items that might be worth more melted down than the money one might earn through an in-house sale. I have all positives to say for them and ...