Welcome to our Amazing Owosso Estate Sale !!!
Sept 23rd & 24th 9-5 and Sept. 25th 9-3
THERE ARE PRIMITIVES, POTTERY, SMALL PIECES GREAT FOR REPURPOSING, VINTAGE CLOTHING, at least 100 ties for a awesome tie quilt, INCLUDING SOME GREAT JACKIE O HATS, HEISEY GLASS, FOSTORIA, AND OTHER BEAUTIFUL GLASSWARE INCLUDING CRYSTAL, AND VASELINE GLASS, MORE THAN 1- 71 Pc. SET OF FRANKOMA, BIG AND TALL MEN’S CLOTHING, MANY NEW, MID-CENTURY MODERN, Michigan State Memorabilia, tools from the 1920’s (Army air…Grampa’s HUGE tools!) License plates starting in the 1930’s, & ANTIQUE SLEIGH BELLS!! YOU WILL HAVE TO SEE THIS TO BELIEVE IT!!!
As you walk in the front door, make a left into the Living Room where you will see the first glass and china table with Heisey, Vaseline, and Milk Glass. On the shelves in next to the glass table are more glass and china items, and underneath the shelves are a number of art prints. On the Mantel are bird houses, and other whimsical items and in front of the fire place is another small table of Glassware. At the end of all that is the FABULOUS jewelry table, where you will find a ton of great costume jewelry and watches. (No pictures as of yet, as I am cleaning and pricing the jewelry here at home) On the other side of the room next to the sofa is an oak drop leaf table with all 71 pieces of the Frankoma set on it. There are a couple of small end tables, (one with a Bose Wave Radio 2 on it) a gliding rocker, and Another dining room table. This one is full of stemware; Fostoria Contour, and other glass.
Leaving the living room you walk into the Kitchen with all the normal kitchenware, and more stemware, and a yellow rolling pin, Moon and Stars Canister set, Newer power pressure cooker, a Sunbeam mixer, a 1945 Field kit (silverware) WW2 era, and of course Precious Moments !
Out of the kitchen door to the Screened In Porch and Patio where you will find books, and some very old books, Michigan State Items, another china table with a set of English blue willow, and another English set of china, and antique Sleigh bells! Out off the porch area is a garden shed, and a small work shop. Also, a newer grill, and a pair of antique metal yard chairs.
Through the porch brings you to the Garage. There is a great humpback trunk, the trunk full of Grandpa’s tools, like a Kwik way airforce gage, a pair of milk cans, a pair of Filling station oil cans with spouts, golf clubs, stainless steel sinks (set of three) a lot of garage Product, a few small hand tools, and much more!
Back into the house through the kitchen the other way is the hallway and on the right side the Office. On the roll top desk is a good amount of office supplies, a pair of fake pheasants with real feathers, a bunch of pheasant and farm pictures on the floor, CD’s and Cassette tapes, On the desk chair is a military sea bag, and a gas mask. (Both WWII era). There is a great Sony Boom box next to the computer desk, and more totes of office supplies. On the computer desk is Marine memorabilia, John Deere memorabilia, MSU memorabilia, and more. Lastly we top off the room with a huge rack of shirts, and pants (2X a number are new) Belts, and close to 100 ties. (If you getting ready to try your hand at a tie quilt, now would be a good time to start!
The Bedroom has a full sized bed, medical supplies, another glider rocker, Linens, Towels and blankets, and once again a huge amount of Men’s 2X clothes, and Shoes. A number of these are new.
Back down the hall the door at the end of the hall leads you Downstairs, and there is some great stuff down there!! There is an Argus 35MM with all the accessories, including lenses, Chalkware Cupie, a carnival item and three more, more glassware and china, blue canning jars, glassware and china, books, Christmas, miniature steam engine parts, a John Deere (new in box) HO scale train, Case tractors, new in box, a mid-century modern dinette table (project), all types of baskets, antique floor lamps, a Lazy-boy recliner, a bread box with a cake holder on top, a Remington 22G Speed master (working condition unknown), and way more !!
Back up the stairs, to the entry is the upstairs which has been locked in the mid-Century time period! There are two loaded bedrooms.
The First Bedroom on your right, Definitely Art Deco, lovely bed, a waterfall vanity, that is just awesome, quilts, Table clothes including a hand crocheted table cloth, a Victor RCA Orthophonic High Fidelity record player on beautiful mid- century legs, Silhouette pictures, a very blue Singer sewing machine in a stand, and other mid-century sewing notions, vintage dresses, and of course MORE !
There is a teal colored mid century Bathroom before you get to the next bedroom. There is a corner cabinet in there with goodies on the shelf, and an old hamper.
Next stop the Kids Bedroom and you will find tons of games mostly vintage, a very early Monopoly game, a highboy dresser with a nice number of vintage ladies hats, a closet full of luggage, a Marine Corp recruitment poster (?vintage), a table full of vintage paper items… Election ballots from 1958 in Shiawassee county, vintage scrapbooks full of OLD cards and post cards and antique cradle and doll buggy, a feather tick mattress and more !
After Owosso we will be done for the year, while Mary heals from her surgery!
Thank you all, it’s been a great year!!
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 ...