TWO SISTER’S DURAND ESTATE SALE
509 N. Saginaw
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE, THIS HOUSE IS PACKED!
May 16 & 17 9-5 May 18 9-3
You walk into the Living Room where you will find the costume Jewelry table, and it is chucked full, including watches both men’s and ladies, and pocket watches! The jewelry pictured is not all of it, just enough to get some good photos! Also there is a TV stand with a working television, a cute little drop leaf side table, a tall shelf, an older sofa, and wall art.
The First Bedroom is right off the front side of the living room, where you will find a lovely Haywood Wakefield bedroom suit, a matching blanket chest sits at the foot of the bed, there are two night stands that appear to go with this bedroom suit, (one is not in this bedroom) There is a lovely oak kitchen/dining room table, vintage books, antique lamps including a gone with the wind style and a Fenton two globe table lamp, a gliding rocker with a foot stool, tons of light used or newer shoes, lots of votives and candles, a lingerie “dresser”, clothes and coats, household linens and so much more!
The SECOND BEDROOM, is next and you will find a lovely bed and dresser, a lingerie dresser, wall art, a vintage Brownie cap, belt buckles, another TV, a VHS player, VHS movies, a few pieces of children’s clothing, yarn and more ! I believe the second night stand for the first bedroom suit is in here too.
Back into the living room the next room will be the DINING ROOM. This room is loaded! There is a kitchen style table with two leaves, and a huge punch bowl in the center of the table, a vintage painted desk, and great vintage floor lamp, tons of wall art, a Mid-century modern hanging globe lamp, a large table full of china and glassware, a drop leaf end table, a small wood filing cabinet, an antique oak side table, and a curved glass china. Inside the china is a very rare set of Royal Sealy 1930’s Google eyed pixie pieces. There is a covered butter, a salt and pepper, a teapot, an oil cruet (no vinegar) and a cookie jar. See the picture of all those large eyes staring at you in the china!
From the dining room you will walk right into the KITCHEN. This is another room that is filled to capacity. There are cookie jars, including a Shawnee clown, canister sets, a great green glass refrigerator water/juice bottle, blue canning jars dated 1938, a Mid-century modern perk coffee pot that looks like a rocket, a gorgeous antique oak commode, a Bunn coffee maker, a bread box, what appears to be the lower half of a Hoosier cabinet on wheels, good sets of pots and pans, including a copper bottom Revere set barely used, and two Cast Iron skillets (one is a 10 ½” chicken skillet) an old wood Pepsi crate, a older dryer, dishes, silverware, Pyrex, a potato bin, a microwave, and more!
The MUD ROOM is right off the kitchen, where you will find all of the Tupperware, a kitchen cart, the washer, Products, some great coats, and small kitchen appliances.
Back through the kitchen and dining room into the living room are the stairs to go up. At the top of the stairs is an OPEN AREA where you will find the entire collection of books of baseball cards. And single cards as well. There are at least 25 large books which include articles (Tigers) as well as cards, two complete sets of Desert Storm cards, medical supplies, another table of glassware like Anchor Hocking Tahiti pitcher and tumblers, another canister set, and a tea set.
To your right there is the THIRD BEDROOM. This room has a table full of boxed sets of baseball cards, a gun rack, about 50+ record albums, 45’s, Eight tracks, an antique floor lamp, Halloween wigs, masks, shutters, a dressmakers sewing machine, fabric, sewing notions, luggage a twin bed, a dresser, a lovely wedding dress, a Kirby with all of the attachments, a boom box, a keyboard, a trunk, two vintage black light pictures, a quilt topper, three electronic Sega Genesis games with games, an Odyssey game, vintage camera’s and more.
The FOURTH BEDROOM among other items is where Christmas is located, and games,(Including a 1940’s table top Pin ball game, and more china and glassware, another pair of VHS players, an antique Royal typewriter, a good number of pictures, some toys, including what I believe is a Play Skool train set, other holiday decorations ,and a large box of Beanie babies.
The GARAGE has canning jars, and three circular saws, four electric drills, other small power tools, a small table saw, tons of screwdrivers, saws, hammers, files, pliers, etc. There is a neat old rusty hand pump, two stools both with red tops, a lawnmower, crates, a galvanized bait bucket, galvanized pails and two different size galvanized tubs, a Rid-Jid wooden ironing board with the label intact that says, ” Will not wiggle, woggle, jiggle, joggle, slip or slide” nice old metal trucks, a few kitchen odds and ends including a pair of ?cast tea pots, some wood and trim boards, 4 old farmhouse solid wood, chippy doors, a small metal chippy table, 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 …