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Col. Dorothy Schaffer Auction, Estate Sale, & Appraisal Service LLC
ESTATE TAG SALE
The # 1 Estate Sale Company in St. Louis for Professional Service!
"Where you can always find a treasure"!
Saturday June 22, 2013, 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Sunday June 23, 2013, 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
To be held at: XXXXX Glacier Dr., 63146 Exact address to be posted here on the Thursday before the sale. Signs will be posted.
NOTE: Owner was an avid car and antique collector! This is one of the best sales you may attend this year! Cash Only! All sales final. Line numbers when we arrive.
This is a Partial listing:
ANTIQUE & MID-CENTURY MODERN FURNITURE Art Deco waterfall mahogany dining room set; walnut wardrobe; cane seat/back side chair; 4 stack oak Globe-Wernicke barrister bookcase; floor ash tray; Gulbertson floor model radio; Art Deco wall mirrors; mid-century shelf unit with desk; 50's chrome leg stool; wicker chair; Lane surfboard coffee tables; circa 1930's glass & chrome torchere floor lamp; parlor table;
OTHER FURNITURE Henredon wall unit queen bedroom set with armoire; walnut bedroom set; valet chair; single bed; solid walnut oriental chest; coffee tables; Henredon round end table; Henredon high gloss armoire or entertainment center; tall glass display cabinet; walnut burl wood hall tree with marble top; electric stove; oak pedestal table with two chairs; bakers rack; file cabinet; Maytag washer, Kenmore gas dryer; metal workbench; Stenciled rocking chair and Deacons bench;
GLASS, POTTERY, SILVER & CHINA Lalique crystal quail bird; Cambridge glass compote with nude Farber Bros figure; Porcelain dancing girls; Imperial white china set with gold trim; Royal Daulton "Yearning" Figure; Art Deco dancing girl signed Lua Nova; set Mikasa Red Berries china; silver plate hand mirror by Towle; handmade silver plate tray Henco En Mexico; Nippon platter; Sheffield tray; cut glass; 22K Japan plate; Bohemian stem ware; Noritaki gold trim plates; 1904 Sterling St. Louis Worlds Fair spoon; 1937 Art Deco silver VP Fair note book; large 19th century silver plate coffee pot; Bavarian hand painted plates; Theodore Havilland Limoges covered dish; Stoke on Trent Crown Devon biscuit jar; Czechoslovakian (1918-39) china set with exotic bird; Mikasa flat ware; 2 sets 12 each lead crystal Yugoslavian stem ware; vintage silver plate coffee dispenser; Hall ceramic mugs;
CLASSIC CAR COLLECTIBLES, PARTS, AND PETROLIANA 1962 Fire Chief porcelain sign; Prints & pictures of classic cars; Approximately 150 Franklin & Danbury mint die-cast cars & trucks; Hot Wheels cars from 1970-80's; Hot Wheels blanket (damaged); Other makers model plastic cars; Ford & Phillips 66 ash trays; Goodyear & Firestone tire ash trays; car banks; gold Cadillac cigarette/lighter car; Many old license plates including Missouri 1940, 1969 Clayton and from 1970's 80's, MO, many classic car books and magazines; Diorama of mechanics garage; Rusty Wallace Milkhouse race car in sealed package; classic car ties; 30 lb tank of Freon;
Blenko glass CCCA Museum yearly plaques; 1935-40 LaSalle/Cadillac Master Chassis parts list book; 1931 Cadillac/LaSalle shop manual; 1971 Rivera owners manual; 1965 Pontiac & Tempest owners guide; Original Lemans Sport 2 door Coupe w/Can Am options window sticker; Fire Dept 1949 license tag; vintage hood ornament; Eveready tin Mazda lamp kit; Cadillac pen knife; Revell Monogram 1997-98 model car kits; 1 gallon 1941 Cadillac Maroon paint; vintage drive-in movie speaker; lots of car parts for 1970's Pontiac, 1940 Cadillac and LaSalle, and other classic cars; hubcaps; head lights; taillights; vintage siren and truck horn; 1973-75 T-Tops fit Grand Pre; Monte Carlo, & Cutlass; Motorola P-28 radios; 4-barrel carburetor and fuel pump; Pontiac? radiator;
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Brass National Cash Register Model 442; Columbia 6' tall 1 cent scale; circa 1900 large bronze fairy lamp on onyx base; In-laid 19th century mahogany train traveling box; Austin Prod. composition nude signed Sever; 1927 United Hebrew books; sessions clock; 3 Maxfield Parrish prints in original frames; Parkmore restaurant poster; signed Parkmore water color; Several Erte' Art Deco prints late 1980's London; 1960's calendar; Yearbooks from Clayton High School 1946-47-48, Indiana Univ. 1948-49-50 and Univ. Missouri yearbook 1946; two Frederick Remington Bronzes of Indian warriors; Cowboy on rearing horse bronze; Henry Heil St. Louis glass enclosed analytical chemical/gold scale;
circa 1900 coal wagon cigarette or cigar box made in England; Swedish-American oak wall phone; 3 tin tole country store bins for coffee, etc; Hamilton Beach early malt mixer; Coca Cola mirror tray; shaving stand & mirror; 6 transistor portable radio; Art Deco chrome ash trays; cobblers shoe lapse; vintage roller skates; small cast iron pot belly stove; Northwind electric brass blade table fan; 1960 7-UP door push; Coca Cola bottle opener; cast iron work mans hook; Standard Gas LP thermometer; wind up ice cream boy on bike, (China); vintage boy peeing battery operated decanter; tin match holder; wooden soda box with Kroger soda bottles;
Neon Signs "Joels Toys" & "Fountain Service"; wall of (95) US Government brass PO boxes; Marylyn Monroe nude playing cards and coaster set; nude prints by Vel Miller; 1960's GE transistor clock radio; framed pin-up girl cards; Betty Boop Figurines; Gen Seng beverage tray; vintage Mexican theme linens; Veiled Prophet items back to the 1930's; 1927 National Cigarette Vendor sales book; 1920's St. Louis Tourist book; leather condom box, England; men's bracelets; Longines Quartz wrist watch; Duncan Gold award Yo-Yo; Art Deco nude cigarette lighter; vintage art Deco Ladies Room Light; antique toasters; St. Louis Football Cardinals glasses; many antique advertising tins, spice tins, medicine bottles, etc. including; Standard Oil Harness oil, Mayo's tobacco cut plug tin; Krake-r-Jacks biscuit tin; Union Leader cut plug tobacco tin; gray mottled granite coffee pot; Stohs beer coasters; mid-century table lamp; Art Nouveau spelter table lamp; Vintage fold out Valentines; albums; 1980's Playboy magazines; 1960's Walkie Talkies; French advertising posters; 1903 large catalog Tailor Made clothing with posters; barber pole stripe interior; 1915 Dry Goods Magazines; Reading apple peeler in rare box; (2) Kodak Film dispenser displays; General Quickaid Copper fire extinguisher; vintage Double-Cola ice cooler; old horse collar; Corado pay radio (case only); Grommes radio tuner;
OTHER ITEMS Designer sweaters by Jhane Barnes; Giorgio Armani, Jon York, & Christian Dior suits size 42 reg., Silk fashion ties by top designers; Armani & other top name pants size 34-34 & shirts size L & 16 1/2; luggage; treadmill; BMI fitness exerciser; Kenwood and Fisher speaker; 23" TV& digital boxes; wedding dress by Edith Waldens; Sony tuner; Akia Cassette player; Kalimar K7001 Cyclops binoculars; Men's cuff links; large solid brass entry hall hanging chandelier; new light fixtures; Art Deco style blue glass front radio by Thomas; kitchen items; 2 Olympus digital cameras, Polaroid camera; copper look canister set; two sets of swinging louvered bar doors; upright freezer; small trampoline exerciser; girls doll house; snow skies and boots;
GARAGE & TOOL ROOM ITEMS Honda self-propelled gas lawn mower HRX 217; Craftsman Home Tool Storage (3) boxes; Central Machinery 1/2" drill press; #4 bench vise; 5" BD bench grinder; BD electric impact wrench; huge amount of Craftsman and other quality hand tools; Weber Guinness Gold Gas BBQ with cover; 20' aluminum extension ladder; 16' folding extension ladder; Associated 70/60 420 Amp boost charger; portable jump starter; 3 1/2 HP Air America Devilbiss 20 gal. air compressor with hose and reel; step ladders; wheel barrel; hoses and reels; Coleman kerosene lantern;
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OUR SALE POLICY
-Our tag sales are cash only!
-All sales are final! That means no refunds! Everything sold as-is! Check items before purchasing.
-All prices are firm until the second day of a two day sale, and in the afternoon on a one day sale. We do not reduce everything to 50% off right away. Let us know what your interested in and we will negotiate a price with you up to 40% depending on the item. As the day goes on we reduce more. If we have anything left at the very end of a sale, you may be able to purchase it at a very deep discount.
-We provide a bid box where you can place written bids on items. On two day sales we will call you on Saturday night or Sunday morning to notify you if you are the high bidder. We expect you to purchase the item if you are the high bidder! You will be given the first hour of the last day of the sale to pay for the item. You may pick up the item then, or later in the day before we close.
-We don't pre-sale! You are assured to have first pick of items in the estate if you are there the first morning of the sale.
-We give out line numbers when we arrive the day of the sale. Usually that is 45 minutes to 1 hour before the sale. We will also limit the number of people at times who can enter to prevent overcrowding regardless of weather conditions.
-We expect you to purchase the item if you pull a price tag, or carry around an item at the beginning of the sale. We prefer that you place the item at the pay station, (or give it to another worker to hold for you) and tell the clerk that you want the item. They will keep it for you until you are ready to leave.
-Our sales are advertised in the Friday Post-Dispatch the week of the sale under "Estate Sales", on EstateSales.net, on Craig's List and other web sites. We usually have sale information with pictures on this web site a week before the sale.
-Children must be attended to at all times at our sales.
-Dorothy Schaffer Estate Sales LLC or the client is not responsible for any accidents that may occur on site. You enter the sale at your own risk.
-Thieves will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law (after we get done with them) with no second chance!
-We have fun and enjoy meeting all of you at our sales and hope you have as much fun as we do.
Thank you, and happy treasure hunting!
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Col. Dorothy Schaffer, Auction, Estate Sale, & Appraisal Service
St. Louis & St. Louis County, MO.
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