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SISTERS ANTIQUES ESTATE SALE -- KENMORE

Thursday, June 16th / 9:00 - 4:00
Friday, June 17th / 9:00 - 4:00

6321 NE 156th Street
Kenmore, WA 98028


NO EARLY ENTRY. ANY SIGN-UP LIST TO BE SELF-MANAGED. CASH ONLY, NO CHECKS. IF SERVICE IS AVAILABLE, CREDIT CARDS MAY BE ACCEPTED WITH A MINIMUM PURCHASE AND FOR A SERVICE FEE. BRING YOUR OWN BAGS, BOXES, PACKING MATERIALS AND HELP TO MOVE FURNITURE AND ITEMS PURCHASED. OUR STAFF IS NEEDED INSIDE THE HOUSE AND IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LOADING. NO REFUNDS OR RETURNS -- ALL SALES FINAL. NO PREVIEWS; PRICING INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE PRIOR TO SALE. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS OR INJURIES.

Description of sale: Original owners; lived here for 43+ years! She was a school teacher and he was an accountant. They traveled extensively and loved to bring back treasures from all over Europe and the South Pacific. Prior to moving to Washington in the early 70s, they lived in Texas for a number of years. There are many “collectibles” from the University of Texas, and Houston Oilers, as well as Alabama teams – University of Alabama and Auburn.

Back in “the day” they were big entertainers (she loved to cook and he was the bartender) and one large room downstairs was their bar – which included a player piano, a custom bar built by a restaurant/bar cabinet maker and a collection of mini liquor bottles and a huge variety of bar glasses! For the most part, everything is untouched for at least 10 years.

There are two more rooms that are still being sorted through by the homeowner so more and more things keep getting added to the mix! But now it’s time for her to sell her beloved home and move to the East Coast to be near her daughter and family...

A partial list includes: 1940s-1950s yearbooks, 2-drawer file cabinets (2), advertising ashtrays, African violets, Agatha Christie novels, American flags, an estate sale would never be complete without lots of cassette tapes, antique grinders, AP Muffler Service Light cabinet, art, assorted bar gadgets and goodies, bar glasses, barware (huge collection), bean pots, Beanie Babies TONS, beer mugs, beer trays, Billy beer, books, bookshelves, buffet/sideboard by Barker Bros., buttons, cabinets and shelving for garage, Candace Loheed Ruby Z jewelry, Carrom Industries MI industrial cabinets, carving sets, cast iron dutch ovens and pot, cast pig mold, CDs, ceramic clock, chairs, children’s school table vintage, china, Christmas items, Christmas wrapping and décor, Clothing, Coca-Cola ads from magazines, coffee machines, coffee tables, Coleman green lantern in box, collectible bar ashtrays, college barware memorabilia, commemorative plates, Confederate flag, cookbooks, copper tea kettle, couches, crafts, creepy dolls and doll heads, crystal, cutter quilts, dancing vintage go-go girl drink cocktail shaker, decanters, dining table w/8 chairs, dolls and doll clothes, double arm mid-century lamp to rewire, dressers, dressers by Bassett Furniture Company, DVDs, Eastern Star memorabilia, electronics, Elvis 45 record, end tables, entertainment shelving, ephemera, etched crystal wine brandy old fashioned water and more glasses, Everest & Jennings wheel chair, faux plants, figural liquor containers, Fischer Price vintage, Fitz & Floyd, food canned/dry goods, frames, freezer upright, furniture, games, garden/yard, gardening tools, GE VHS recorder, General Electric refrigerator, German wooden figural corks, Gorham Chantilly sterling flatware set (1964) 59 pcs, Gorham sterling water pitcher, hand tools, hardback and soft cover books, household items, huge amount of vintage swizzle sticks, Huskies memorabilia, ice chests, industrial type cabinets from hospital, iron candle holders, jewelry, jewelry boxes, kitchen utensils, lamp tables, lamps, Lane end tables and coffee table, linens, liquor decanters, Majolica vase Fitz & Floyd, Marcrest pottery, Mattel 1973 Sunshine family dolls and accessories, men's cuff links and tie tacks, Mickey Mouse clock, mid-century needlepoint, miniature liquor bottles – huge old collection, mirror, Monroe Matic adding machine calculator(40s-50s), National cash register, National Geographic Magazines 1920s through 1950s, New Englander by Guild stereophonic hi-fi, novels, oak desk old, oak wall telephone repro, off-white couch, old books cool but smelly, old toys, one entire room that was a bar, ornate sombrero, pair of heavy oak end tables, Panasonic television, Pentax Asahi camera w/2 lenses, Pianola player piano, picnic basket, Pitney Bowes vintage postal scale, player piano rolls in boxes 85, porcelain molds, postage stamps old, pottery, Pro-Form 345s Crosswalk treadmill, racks for mini glass liquor bottle collections, records 33 and 45, red telephone direct to the White House, school type electric clock, Schwinn Suburban 10-speed bicycle, Sears binoculars, Sears Perma-Prest overalls 34x30 vintage, set of china in “rice” pattern, sewing basket, sewing supplies, sheet music vintage, ship hatch cover almost 9’ long 18” wide, shoe shine kit, silver plate serving pieces, silver plated goblets, Singer sewing machine in cabinet, ski boots, small appliances, sofa/day bed with black naugahyde (?), solid cherry hutch by Davis Cabinet Company, solid cherry nightstands by Davis Cabinet Company, Sony player with speakers, square oak table with four caned/upholstered oak chairs, stained glass, stainless steel bedpans, sterling salt pepper shakers and plate, stone fruit, stuffed animals, suit of armor knight crest framed, suitcases, swivel bar stools, swivel chairs vintage, swizzle sticks, table lamps, tall highboy dresser, tea/coffee service silver plated, televisions... lots of them, Todd check writer (?), TONS of Beanie Babies, tools, tripod, trophies old, Turner propane camping stove, United Air Lines office chair, university memorabilia, University of Washington items, upholstered chair with matching ottoman, US flag, VHS tapes, Victorian liqueur set, vintage toys, dolls and clothing, Westagon lens, Weston Master III light meter, wine goblets, Wiss pinking shears, wooden salad bowls, wooden spools of thread, wrought iron plant stand and loads more...

Latest additions: Vintage ceramic jewelry – Ruby Z, Candace Loheed, Flying Colors

phone: Patty (206) 914-6150

email: patty@sistersantiques.com

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