Going Going Gone Estate Sales

Stairway To Heaven Estate Sale in the West Seattle Admiral District, June 23 – 25

Hi Everyone,

We are having a fantastic estate sale this weekend in the West Seattle Admiral District.  This large house is filled with three levels of awesome collectibles.   With a long residency in England where this couple hunted for collectibles, along with their travels in the U.S.A., there is class and style!  There are entire collections of glass and pottery as well as unique early furniture.   

The sale starts on Friday 23rd runs through Sunday the 25th.  

The address is:

2747 36th Ave SW, Seattle WA  98126

Head up the hill on Admiral Way from the West Sea Bridge.

Take a left at the light on SW Olga Street.

Sharp left to 36th Ave. SW

We are adding photos daily as we set up so check in for updates at

 https://www.estatesales.net/WA/Seattle/98126/1579278

COLLECTIBLES:

There are many cases of jewelry (vintage and contemporary) and many cases of collectibles!

Boeing mugs, Ephemera (tool pamphlets, postcards, maps), skeleton keys and cases misc. smalls.  

GLASS and POTTERY:

The extensive collections includes:

Wade Pottery (60+ pieces), mugs, pitcher and creamer, dishes, toothpick holders, master salts, ashtrays and misc.

Pink Depression glass, over 400 pieces…WOW!  Fostoria Fairfax, Cubist and other patterns. 

Also a nice set of blue Fostoria Fairfax and a few other misc. pieces.

Some amethyst glass and oil lamps, colored glass pitchers and glasses

Peter Rabbit Wedgewood porcelain and Royal Albert figurines

Set of Royal Doulton Citadel china, German soup tureen and mugs

McCoy mugs and pitchers, Redwing, Vanbriggle, Niloak and Rosemeade

Orange-ware (Metlox and Poppytrail)

Space Needle Decanter and a set of Seattle World’s Fair Glasses

FURNITURE:

Darling early writing table and chair, Queen Anne style coffee and side table

Beautiful Buffet with green wash topped finish. small whitewashed cabinet

Midcentury modern teak and blond glass shelf table,

Comfy chair and ottoman, pair of small easy chairs and ottoman,

Decorative curio cabinets, corner cabinets, bookshelf and book cases

Ladder-back chair, antique rattan desk and side table, two cane chairs

Antique full metal bed frame, Trunks (one is a steamer trunk)

Dresser from the Chicago furniture company, small early dresser

Shelving (both plastic and metal).

Upright freezer and refrigerator

LINENS: 

Patchwork quilt and pillows, many cute crochet doilies (large and small)

Pillow cases and table runners with needlepoint decoration, crochet tablecloths.

ELECTRONICS:

Bose surround sound speaker set, computer speaker set

Stereo system, Small TV set, mini TV set

TOOLS:

Portable 10” Makita table saw with runout tables, Scroll Saw

Power and hand tools

Saw horses, Extension ladder, workmate, router table, two tool trunks.

GARDEN: 

Folding chairs, sundial, water fountain, garden tools, fertilizer, picnic basket

Bench and set of wood lawn furniture that needs some TLC

Planters, yard art and lots of gardening books weather vane   

MISC:

Doll furniture – bed, stroller, highchair and early doll and children’s clothes.

Beer making items, jugs, fishing gear, Bikes, Skis (new, old, adult, children)

Lots of vintage windows and cupboard doors (both wooden and glass)

Stained glass sunflower hanging, Pair of leaded glass flower doors

Ice cream stools and chairs, Bar back

Too much to mention!

Again, the address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and to our E-Mail family around 7:00pm Thursday night.  We put a sign-up sheet on the door at that time and people can come by to write their name.  Please sign-up only your name.  We have a large staff to facilitate the sale and check-out and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line.  If someone has forwarded this to you and you want to be on our personal email list, please email us at GGGEstateServices@gmail.com

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 4:00PM

So come on by and say hi!

Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

See you there!

David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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No Horsing Around Estate Sale on Beach Drive (S of Alki) Friday May 19 – Sunday May 21

 

Hi Everyone,

The address to the sale is:

4520 Beach Drive SW,  98116

Head West on Admiral Way.  Go to the very end and take a left.

Go one mile and its on your left across from Emma Schmidt park.

What do you do if you’re a cow wranglin’, horse ridin’, wine collecting, dog showing kind of people?  You head east of the mountains to greener pastures, thriving vineyards and warmer summer days so this dynamic couple made a big move!

As John Wayne would say “….woman of the house…I’m home, in love and ready for the next 35 years of where ever that will lead us.”…and they are letting go of a house filled with an awesome assortment of old and new. ….large and small.  This place is filled to the gills with everything you can imagine!

The sale starts on Friday May 19th and runs through Sunday the 21st and the address will be posted at 7:00 PM Thursday night.

Please go to  https://www.estatesales.net/WA/Seattle/98116/1497297 for photos

We are adding photos daily as we set up so check- in for updates.

COLLECTIBLES: There are many cases of collectibles…we have two cases devoted to fishing (lures) and hunting alone!

Straight razors, watches, pins, jewelry, figurines, Mardi Gras necklaces

 Ephemera – cigar labels, early postcards, pamphlets, comics

Fuel torches, glass insulators, ammo, buckles

An Amazing Collection of Cufflinks including designer pieces!

A huge collection of Muffy Bears, furniture, accessories, and clothing! Stuffed animals – Bears, Cougars, dolls

Featuring a James Taylor Signed Takamine Guitar…WOW!!!

Autoharp, Pan Guitar, guitar foot stand

FURNITURE: Featured is an amazing burgundy mahogany oval dining room table with an Asian motif and a glass protective top and pads.  A matching buffet with a glass door hutch on the top, it is adorned with a carved floral and bird crown and includes eight chairs…Exquisite!

Super comfy Emmerson leather sofa that reclines and a matching easy chair

Antique sm. parlor table, petite ornate writing desk, carved glass top, chair

Office desk and rolling chair

Hammary coffee table with glass top and display drawer and a side table

A gorgeous Dillingham blanket chest with a blue glass back splash and enameled pin dishes with pull out drawers and inlay marketry

Oak White clad mini cooler, Lawyer’s bookcase

Three barstools with backs

Large armoire with glass doors

Drexel dresser with mirror and a dresser with drawers and doors on the top, two side cabinets

Rocking chair with cane back

Substantial stand up dressing mirror made of mahogany

Queen sized bed, Lounge chair with ottoman, White cotton easy chair

Side table with decorative painting

Five white two tiered book cases, Lots of nice Lamps, Nice rocking cradle

KITCHEN AND APPLIANCES:  Tons of Kitchen items! 

Decorative pottery, sets of dishes including Denby poppies, Arners mushrooms, Hartstone holly (two types), a huge set of Misty Rose koi fish dishes, bowls, pots, pans, Kitchen Aid Mixer, Bread maker, OXO food grinder, coffee makers, pasta machine, All Clad cooker, blender, toaster, wine glasses, lots picnic utensils, Pyrex… and did I mention Cook Books?!!!

CLOTHING: Women’s shoes, casual, equestrian, WAZU and evening gowns size XL.  Purses and pocketbooks.

Men’s clothing includes dress and casual shirts, pants suits, (XXL) and a nice assortment of ties.  Leather vest and pants.  Lots of Hats with WAZU, golf, sports and straw sun. 

Santa Clause outfit, awesome purple Wizard costume

CHRISTMAS:  LGB trains and track, Snow Village buildings and accessories, blown glass art ornaments, decorative glass ornaments (lots of pinecones),Hallmark ornaments, lots of Christmas books and lights.

Easter decorations too!

ART: Decorative mirrors,

Thomas Manglesen signed photo,

Oil paintings, watercolors, posters

Lots of vintage colorful prints

Art Deco framed picture of three pointer dogs – nice!

Art Glass vases, St. Helens Glass

Three signed Leo Stans prints

Many picture frames

OFFICE: Tons of office supplies, calculators, ink and stamps, copier printer, keyboards, art supplies

LINENS:  Lots of blankets, Duvets, towels, many Patchwork quilts and table clothes

ELECTRONICS/MUSIC: Sylvania flat screen TV, portable DVD players, older HP and Dell computers, ear buds, Dennon receiver and subwoofer, Mac keyboards, computer accessories, X-box controls, DVD’s, HP notebook docking station

BOOKS: Massive Cookbooks, Christmas and Children’s books, dog and horse, wine, gardening, decorating

HUNTUNG/FISHING: Dozens of decoys (geese and ducks), hunting blinds, deer hanging stand, ammo, air pistols, scope, scabbard, night vision glasses, cleaning kits, holsters, fishing gear, poles, bait box, camping gear lanterns, heaters, coolers, antlers, Deer Head, stuffed pheasant, wood and glass floats, signed books about Winchesters

WINE: There is a substantial Vin Temp wine cooler, 30+ wine crates, etched bottles, glasses, openers, books, vineyard maps and art, cork holders. 

The exquisite large carved eagle statue holds two bottles of wine (preferably cult wine!)

Bear statue holding trout by Jeff Fleming

GARDEN:  Set of lawn furniture, folding chairs, many coolers, planters, yard art, garden tools, picnic baskets and entertainment accessories.

TOOLS:  Portable 10” DeWalt table saw, radio and vacuum, some construction tools, air conditioners, hydronic heaters, Portable Mr. Heater

MISC: Substantial Early Floor safe, Signed Matt Hasselbeck, tho early wood pallet jacks, bird cages (vintage, modern, decorative), kennels (including a cyclone fence kennel) and pet supplies, storage bins, towels, Schiller sculpture, baskets, Mongoose and Swing bicycles, die cast fire engine and three cars

Equestrian – horse blankets, saddle pads, two pairs of boots, Stetson hat, riding gloves, some leather accessories, harness, hobble and whip

A fantastic Franklin Mint Monopoly collectors Table – great condition!

And last, but not least…a mannequin beer bong!  (BYOB)

Too much to mention…

Again, the address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and to our E-Mail family around 7:00pm Thursday night.  We put a sign-up sheet on the door at that time and people can come by to write their name.  Please sign-up only your name.  We have a large staff to facilitate the sale and check-out and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line.  If someone has forwarded this to you and you want to be on our personal email list, please email us at GGGEstateServices@gmail.com

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 4:00PM

So come on by and say hi!

Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

See you there!

David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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Postponing the Hoot of a on Beacon Hill, to Fri. March 17 – Sunday the 19th

Hi Everyone! 

The Address To the sale is: 7767 Beacon Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98118

For photos, please go to:

https://www.estatesales.net/WA/Seattle/98118/1437726

Miss Dorothy has lived in this area for all her 96 years and has resided in her present home for 60 years. Welcome to a house of class, quality and just some plain fun!

The house is filled with Mid-century furniture, hanging lamps, Guardian Ware cook-ware, pottery, jewelry and collectibles.

The detached “Party Room” is filled with more furniture and collectibles including lots of bar items, some nice Boyz Toyz and kitsch bar accessories.

For photos, please go to:

https://www.estatesales.net/WA/Seattle/98118/1437726

Items of interest:

* Three cases of consume jewelry and many cases of misc. collectibles. Matchbox cars (Lesney), party noise makers, GI Joe doll and tool box, salt and pepper collection, a little bit of naughty and lots of nice

* The awesome beer collectibles includes a metal Budweiser Clydesdale sign Mint from the box! – Heidelberg lantern sign, Neon Henrys Light, Coke wall light, Marlboro metal sign, misc. beer lights, gambling posters

* Art includes many Charles Russell prints, two oils, Chinese print, Midcentury art includes a pair of potter bird wall hangings

* Midcentury furniture includes a Chromcraft oval table and six chairs with the original upholstery in Mint Condition! A China hutch that is a nice size (tall and narrow) There are Four other midcentury kitchen tables!, two sets of kitchen chairs, set of barstools, two sets of coffee and end tables that includes a set of three fabulous rare Lane pieces (the coffee table is round). The midcentury bed has a Queen headboard and adjustable frame with two matching sideboards. The click sofa is from the 40’s is in relatively good shape, the early bed is made of walnut and has pronounced carving with a bow-front kicker. Midcentury small blond buffet and an exquisite serving cart. We also have an armoire, jewelry chest, two small pine dressers, cute round easy chair, set of nesting tables, banjo clock, 5 Midcentury hanging lamps, table lamps and hanging planters.

* Great Vintage ladies clothes, dresses, fur coats and wraps, ladies shoes (Ked’s in all colors! Size 8) and vintage luggage

* The bar items includes a small free standing bar, advertising glasses, thermos’, racks of antlers, lots of cool kitsch items!

* Hats, jewelry boxes, beaded purses, handbags, decorated carry bags

* Vintage shipping crates mostly from Asia, wood Kraft cheese boxes

* Postcards, Ephemera, Maps, Magazines, Children’s Books, Posters

* Tons of Kitchen gadgets, pots and pans, silverware, knives, bowl and Tupperware, many Guardian ware pieces

* Some utilitarian and garden tools and outdoor furniture

* Decorative figurines, plates, pottery (five Roseville pieces, one nice Pickard piece), glassware, stemware

* Stereo receivers, record players, speakers, the records are 78’s, 33’s and (the 45’s are mostly rock and roll, Credence, Led Zeppelin…etc) and 8 tracks!

Too much to mention!

We put a sign-up sheet on the door at 7:00 PM on Thursday night. At that time, people can come by to write their name. Please sign-up only your name. We have a large staff to facilitate the sale and check-out and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line.

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 4:00PM

So come on by and say hi!

Everything’s Going Going Gone…

See you there!

David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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Awesome Estate Sale this Weekend in Bryant (East of the University Village) January 27, 28, 29

Hi Everyone,

We are having an awesome estate sale this weekend in the Bryant neighborhood which is just East of the University Village. This house is filled with 50+ years of accumulation. Many of the items originated from Butte Montana as relatives passed on items through the generations. As world and U.S.A. travelers, there is an array of things acquired from many different places including Israel.

The address to the sale is:

4810 38th Ave. NE

Seattle, WA 98105

 It is East of the University Village and Burgermaster

For photos, please go to:

https://www.estatesales.net/WA/Seattle/98105/1412190

Items of interest:

* Three cases of consume jewelry and many cases of misc. collectibles.

* Art includes Asian originals such as a pair of exquisite Alfonso Toran Originals, Chinese watercolors, charcoal nudes, Sim Rey Vila silkscreens from 1936, Lvi Livni Israel prints, Needlepoints, many Original oils, a large Japanese mask, watercolors

* Vintage Typewriters, cameras

* Antique Medical cabinet – Awsome!

* Family photos (AKA instant ancestors)

* Sterling plate flatware (two complete sets and misc. pieces), tableware, a set of Sterling weighted candelabras,

* Midcentury modern planter, George Nelson Bubble light fixture

* Great Vintage ladies clothes and shoes (size small and 6 shoes) and some elegant mature clothes size medium, fur coats

* Vintage Luggage, steamer trunk, purses and bags

* Two sets of dining room chairs, dressers, file cabinets, side tables

* Hats, hat boxes, jewelry boxes, beaded purses, gloves

* Tapestries and linens, colorful handkerchiefs, doilies

* Fishing poles

* Cigar boxes, storage bins, metal boxes

* Postcards, Ephemera, Maps, Magazines, Newspapers, Books, Posters,

Sheet Music

* Lots of Kitchen gadgets, vintage toasters, mixer, cookbooks

* Some utilitarian and garden tools and outdoor furniture

* Decorative figurines, plates, pottery, glassware, stemware

* Stereo receivers, record players, speakers

* Standing lamp, pair of Asian lamps, cast bookends

* Israel and Jewish themed items

Too much to mention!

We are adding photos daily as we set up so check- in for updates.

Again, the address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and to our E-Mail family around 7:00pm Thursday night. We put a sign-up sheet on the door at that time and people can come by to write their name. Please sign-up only your name. We have a large staff to facilitate the sale and check-out and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line. If someone has forwarded this to you and you want to be on our personal email list, please email us at GGGEstateServices@gmail.com

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 4:00PM

 

So come on by and say hi!

 Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

 See you there!

 David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

 

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Over the Moon Estate Sale in Greenlake

Hi Everyone,

We are excited to bring you this fantastic sale happening this weekend – Friday August 12th through Sunday August 14! 

The address is 8208 Interlake Ave. North, Seattle, WA 98103

This Large house is packed to the rim (40 years accumulation plus items from many relatives) as members of this family traveled to every continent and state, were heavily involved in politics, were huge sports enthusiasts and one member played a major part on the F-1 engine that started with NASA’s Apollo IV.  ….and they saved everything!

The ephemera here is the best we’ve ever seen!   There are items and collectibles from Seattle, the USA, around the world, and out of this world. 

Cases of great small collectibles.

Records, reel to reels and tapes.

There are sewing supplies, quilting, knitting and weaving.

We have over 3K of books!

There is also lots of Mid Century Modern furniture in great shape…WOW!

We are still sorting through the masses and will be putting up more information and photos over the next few days.

 

The address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and to our E-Mail family around 7:00pm Thursday night.

Please go to https://www.estatesales.net/WA/Seattle/98103/1274292 for photos.

COLLECTIBLES: There are NINE cases of very nice jewelry and awesome collectibles. This includes political badges, skill games, figurines, cars, cufflinks, binoculars and spy glasses, patches, buttons, sewing (tatting), lots of books of stamps and many are uncirculated.

 

FURNITURE: This house is packed with great furniture.

The Midcentury Modern Danish dining room table by Mobler is in great condition and has two pull out leaves that make it huge!

The eight dining room chairs are by Benny Linden Design and are also very nice.

A Dozen book cases, short, tall, thin, wide…

There are three office desks, one is by Stanley and they are the perfect size for a small office.

The Predicta Kent Coffey King Headboard has two matching side tables and a large dresser with mirror, Mid Century.

The Torring Mobelfabrik King size headboard includes two attached side units/tables and a matching large dresser with a detached mirror, Mid Centry.

We also have a nice Mahogany dresser available.

The living room curio cabinet has a pair of upper glass drawers and is also Mid Century Modern.

There are also lots of end tables, a nice round coffee table, two coffee tables with inlay, easy chairs and the three decorative carved pieces (screen, stacking tables and octagon table) are from Pakistan and India.

 

SEWING, WEAVING, QUILTING: The star here is the 1868 hand woven blanket from Fairfield Iowa. It is in great shape and is blue, red and cream. There is also a great early hand-sewn quilt top and back in the fan design.

We have a spinning wheel made by Ashford with attachments, a table top loom made by Rasmussen with attachments and some small looms. There are also lots of unfinished knitting, quilting pieces and supplies and needlepoint items. There is a very nice Kenmore sewing machine and an earlier Westinghouse machine. We also have lots of misc. sewing items, material and lots and lots of books on weaving and quilting.

KITCHEN, GLASS and CHINA: There is a kitchen full of kitchen kitsch including a nice set of porcelain canisters and a milk shake mixer.

The Anemone Arabia Finland china set is really cool, and the Lennox Staccato set is also desirable. The Pine by Lennox set is also very nice!

The Rowland and Wards Big Game engraved glassware is rare and exceptional!

There are many early porcelain decorated bowls including some from Prussia. They are in excellent shape considering their age.

We also have an array of crystal glasses including a great set of Holmegaard of Copenhagen have their original boxes and lots of very nice cordials. We also have lots of pressed and cut glass pieces.

The flatware includes two full sets of silver plated silverware and lots of great serving pieces from many makers…early.

 

CLOTHING: There are some vintage ladies dresses, two of them are fantastic heavily embroidered from India. There are some men’s shirts, lots of Boy Scout uniform shirts, Levis jeans, Husky and WSU sweatshirts and t’s, and some Pendleton pieces.

We also have purses, scarves and men’s and women’s scarves.

 

EPHMERA BOOKS: The ephemera here is Amazing. There are many early magazines including Literary Digest, Montana, New Yorker, Sport’s Illustrated, Mad, UW’s Colum and Shuttle weaving periodicals and sheet music.

The sport programs include the Seattle Rainiers, Super Sonics, Pilots, Seahawks, Mariners, Sea Fair, some from other teams, some from the 30’s and 40’s.

The Space paper is mostly from Rocketdyne as a member of the family was the head manager of the F-1 engine used for space exploration. This includes a count-down manual used in Cape Canaveral, papers written about rocket engineering, brochures and lots of other ephemera relating to this part of the rocket. There is also a slide show presentation and even a short film.

There are over Three Thousand Books. They cover all genera’s and are from the late 1800ds and on. This includes Sports, Drama, Politics, Children’s books, cartoon, comedy, art, travel, Space, Quilting and Weaving, Fiction, Non Fiction…and everything else under the sun…no wonder why this family is so brilliant!

 

ART: We have many posters including circus prints, Seattle Sports, Beer Travel, a Star Wars poster and two are Dungeons and Dragons. The huge array of lobby cards from the Seattle Rep Theater dating from the beginning. The Toulouse Lautrec Posters and prints are mostly from the 60’s and range from small to large, very cool!  There are also some Charles Russel prints among other miscellaneous.

The African masks are from Nairobi and date from the 70’s and before. This also includes lots of small African animal and native carvings and other pieces from their many travels.

 

OFFICE: We have four office desks in this house and each were filled to the max with any office supply anyone could imaging…staplers, paper, pens, pencils…There are also three cool early typewriters, one by Smith Bros. and the other two by Remington.

 

AUDIO, MUSIC: The records are early and include 45’s, 33’s and 78’s and there are also reel to reel tapes. We also have a Zenith tube radio, Seikosha SP-200 printer, Magnavox Portable record player, Sony DVD home theatre system, Hallicrafters Co. shortwave radio, Magnavox console stereo, early RCA record player and large speaker, Kodak carousel slide Projector, Kenwood KR-100 Receiver, Sony C545 5-disc CD player, Sony K7100 multi channel receiver and a Sony subwoofer along with other Sony small speakers. Yikes!

The reel to reel tape machines, BELL Carillon and the very rare amplifier is also by the same maker.

 

GARDEN/TOOLS: There is an array of garden tools, hand tools and a 9” Craftsman table saw.

There is much much more…too much to mention…

 

We are adding photos daily as we set up so check- in for updates.

Again, the address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and to our E-Mail family around 7:00pm Thursday night. We put a sign-up sheet on the door at that time and people can come by to write their name. Please sign-up only your name. We have a large staff to facilitate the sale and check-out and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line. If someone has forwarded this to you and you want to be on our personal email list, please email us at GGGEstateServices@gmail.com

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 4:00PM

 

So come on by and say hi!

Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

See you there!

David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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No Mickey Mousing Around Here – We’re off to Palm Springs Estate Sale

Hi Everyone,

We’re having a great estate sale this weekend in Greenwood from Friday, June 24th through Sunday, June 26th. The lady of the house, her sister, and her friends have all moved to Palm Springs…leaving behind a household full of items from two estates. This house is full of furniture, collectibles and everything in between.

The address will be sent out the night before (Thursday) at 7:00 pm to our email family and on our website.

The address to tomorrow’s sale is 930 N 76th Street, Seattle WA 98103.

Parking is at a premium so PLEASE park on Linden which is one block to the west of Aurora. The house is between Aurora and Linden.

 

https://www.estatesales.net/WA/Seattle/98103/1239465

We are putting up photos as we process so please check back in for updates.

COLLECTIBLES: The Mickey Mouse collectibles are mostly from the 80’s and 90’s. Telephones, figurines, books, Mouse dollars, ties and glassware. There is also a thimble and mini perfume bottle collection, shot glasses, Starbuck City mugs, Seahawks items, dolls, glass and pottery, along with other misc. items.

KITCHEN: As cooking enthusiasts, there’s a wide range of utilitarian kitchen gadgets, dishes and cookbooks (including lots of cocktail recipe books).  

FURNITURE: There is an array of furniture from vintage to recent. The petit oak dresser is in great condition and has metal tear-drop handles. We have many dressers including a blond newer waterfall front unit with a matching small side table. There is a bedroom set in the “Tiki” style that includes a Queen headboard, dresser, vanity and matching side table. The American Drew cane style set includes a Full headboard and a matching vanity with a circular mirror. There are also other dressers, side tables, wicker furniture and shelving systems. We have three bed and box spring sets, two full sized and one queen sized – all in impeccable shape. There are two Victorian piano stools one with a back. We also have a small glass front kitchen storage cabinet and a small wood bar table with matching stools.  

CLOTHING: There are lots of baseball t-shirts from the 70’s and 80’s, along with some sports socks and shorts. There are a couple of Mickey Mouse jackets, women’s jackets and blouses, the ski jackets are Eddie Bauer and Fila. There are also theatre themed t-shirts in sizes from medium to large.

ART: We have lots and lots of glass framed art in this house. This includes six large framed exhibition posters from the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Van Gogh, Picasso and Impressionist) themes. There are many of framed smaller prints, some are by Anne Geddes. There are about two dozen signed prints are by Jody Bergsma that are nature and fantasy themed. We also have two Elton Bennet prints, one in great shape, the other needs to be reconditioned. In addition, there are Pike Place Market Fair posters and other miscellaneous posters.

RECORDS and CD’s: If you like pop, soul and contemporary music from the 80’s to the present, then come and check out the records and CD’s! The records are mainly pop and soul from the 80’s and 90’s that includes 33’s and some 45’s. There are 300+ CD’s in the same genres along with a few collectibles including a Tina Turner concert t-shirt, a great Whitney Houston T from the 80’s (it was a great concert…I was there too!) a Boy George doll, a WHAM silkscreen on cloth and a Little Feat CD signed by the whole band.

LINENS: The towels and bedding here are extensive…the sheets, comforters and duvets range from full to queen size and are very nice. Also available are lots of nice contemporary napkins, table clothes and place mats.

GARDEN: There is an outdoor table and four chairs, two outdoor bar chairs and matching bar (missing one piece of glass), coolers, hand and yard tools, outdoor garden storage units and pots.

MISC: The Westinghouse tube radio is in great working condition and the Schatz mantle clock has a lovely tone. The tools are mainly woodworking tools, there are two 10 speeds and two vintage kids trikes (repainted). The Christmas decorations and dishes are fairly recent and in great condition…too much to mention.

We are adding photos daily as we set up so check- in for updates at

http://www.EstateSales.NET/estate-sales/WA/Seattle/98112/700050

Again, the address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and to our E-Mail family around 7:00pm Thursday night.

We put a sign-up sheet on the door at that time and people can come by to write their name. Please sign-up only your name. We have a large staff to facilitate the sale and check-out and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line. If someone has forwarded this to you and you want to be on our personal email list, please email us at GGGEstateServices@gmail.com

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 4:00PM

 

So come on by and say hi! 

Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

See you there!

David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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Out of Space Estate Sale in Wedgewood (N of the UW)

Hi Everyone!

We’re having a fantastic Estate Sale in Wedgewood this weekend, Friday May 20 – Sunday the 22th. This house is packed with cool things and we’re scrambling for space to put it all out!

The address is 6816 37th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115

Its near the intersection of 35th Ave NE and 65th

To view photos, please go to this link:

https://www.estatesales.net/WA/Seattle/98115/1187055

We are putting up photos as we process so please check back in for updates!

COLLECTIBLES: There are lots of great collectibles and smalls in this house. The cases are filled with nice vintage jewelry (especially the floral pins), yoyos, figurines, toy guns, ephemera, oil lamps, games, Masons, boy and girl scout items, Tin toys, aprons, books, games. Too much to mention!

KITCHEN and CHINA: The Blue Willow china is beautiful and includes USA, English and Japan makers. The oversized cups are especially great. The rare Fukagawa china is in mint condition. The collector plates run all over the gambit from early to recent, from cottage to state and city locations, from floral to Christmas (including many Copenhagen), and are priced very reasonably. We have dozens of sought after cups and saucers, teapots and the different sets of Christmas dishes includes Pfaltzgraff and Ironstone pieces. We have a huge spoon collection, lots of flatware, silver-plate settings, and Masons china and glass. The kitchen is full of Pyrex, mixing bowls, mushroom themed items, midcentury glasses, advertising glasses, cookbooks, dishes, dozens of early quilted potholders and did I say aprons? (more on those later).

LINENS and VINTAGE CLOTHING: There are more linens in this house than I can count. OK, I did count the 90+ aprons alone, wow!!! There is a plethora of printed and embroidered and crocheted tablecloths, pillow cases, some material, dozens of top quilt pieces in different design, just waiting to be quilted, along with the muslin backings, amazing! There are also scarves and doilies.

The vintage clothing includes dresses from the 40’s and dozens of Victorian cotton slips/dresses (calling out to the Georgetown ladies on these!), some are colored but most are white with frilly bottoms (some are in rough shape so they need some TLC but they are super cool). There are three wedding dresses and some formal dresses. There are also some vintage slips and a few ladies hats.

SPORTS: Go Mariners! What a great season so far. We are offering a fantastic collection of Seattle baseball memorabilia along with a few Huskies in the mix. This includes dozens of bobble heads, baseball cards, towels, miscellaneous other collectibles and neat posters. Especially cool are the Jackie Robinson commemorative and Ichiro posters of which we have multiples.

ART: There is an array of art available. This includes prints, photos and oil paintings. The acrylic bird paintings are especially nice and are on a reflective foil so they really pop!

FURNITURE: The Queen Anne dining room table is in fantastic shape and come with six chairs and two leaves. There is a single bed, a midcentury full size bed with matching vanity and side table, a cedar chest, and the single sized hospital bed is motorized. The Cupboard cabinet is great for display and storage, there is a leather topped midcentury coffee table and three matching end tables and miscellaneous early side tables and lamps. A mini midcentury coffee table, cedar chest, wood file cabinet, 5 dressers, and a dozen trunks!

GARDEN: Along with wheel barrows, rakes and shovels – we have some cool vintage lawn furniture, a swinging loveseat, some gnomes, raingear as well as general gardening tools.

MISC: The portable small Singer sewing machine comes with its carrying case and is almost mint. We have a very nice pump organ from the Chicago Cable Company in great working condition that comes along with a wonderful stool. The records include 33’s and 45’s (some children’s records), an early composite doll, a dog kennel and two dog fence sets. The four Kumho P205/70 R15 tires are studded and in great shape. The four Goodrich P205/70 R15 tires are also in good shape. The tapestries along with a few other pieces are from Samoa and one that is marked Malaefilocia that refers to the witchcraft tradition from that island.

Again, the address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and to our E-Mail family at 7:00pm Thursday night.

We put a sign-up sheet on the door at 7:00pm Thursday night and you can come by to write your name on the list. Please don’t worry about the list because we have a large staff to facilitate the sale and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line.

If someone has forwarded this to you and you want to be on our personal email list, please email us at GGGEstateServices@gmail.com

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 4:00PM 

So come on by and say hi!

Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

See you there!

David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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Moving While I’m Alive Estate Sale

Hi Everyone,

We’re having a great Estate Sale in Wedgewood (NE of the U District) this weekend, Friday April 8 – Sunday the 10th. In her own words:

“After 54 year in my present home, I decided to try something new while I could still suffer through the horrible task of moving and come out alive. Not sure about the “alive” yet. If I make it, I will be able to celebrate my 90th birthday in my new home in August. Love, M”.

What a cute note from a lovely lady!

The address is:

3802 NE 92nd St.

Seattle, WA 98115

https://www.estatesales.net/WA/Seattle/98115/1152633

We are putting up photos as we process so please check back in for updates.

COLLECTIBLES: There are cases filled with jewelry, figurines, coffee cans, camera equipment, tools, lots of small and some large porcelain animal figurines, pottery sheet music, telegraph headphones and Tole painted items.

FURNITURE: The gem of this sale is the Duncan Phyfe table in beautiful shape that has the protective pads and three leaves. The six lyre backed chairs are beautifully embroidered and two of them are captain’s chairs. The matching buffet is also in wonderful shape! Also included is the Duncan Phyfe round parlor table. The queen sized bed is in great condition, there is a set of mid-century end tables, a decorative metal standing shelf unit, a loveseat/hide-a-bed and misc. chairs.

KITCHEN and CHINA: There are many glass serving pieces (some colored), a nice set of Noritake Juanita china, English and Bavarian china pieces, Imari rice bowl set, lots of decorative plates and porcelain pieces, silver plate serving trays and flatware, a souvenir spoon collection, dishes and glasses, small appliances, aprons and linens.

TOOLS: There are lots of vintage wood working tools, hardware, fasteners, and carpentry carriers.

MISC: There are some oil floral paintings and prints as well as a Thomas Kincaid print. There are lots of nice purses and scarves, knitting wool spools, square dance costumes (Danish in style), some vintage books, ephemera, Fischer stereo, vintage Christmas, yard tools and outdoor pots…and misc.

Again, the address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and to our E-Mail family at 7:00pm Thursday night.

We put a sign-up sheet on the door at 7:00pm Thursday night and you can come by to write your name on the list. Please don’t worry about the list because we have a large staff to facilitate the sale and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line.

If someone has forwarded this to you and you want to be on our personal email list, please email us at GGGEstateServices@gmail.com

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 4:00PM

 

So come on by and say hi!

 

Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

 

See you there!

 

David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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If I Had a Hammer Estate Sale in East Kent this Weekend

If I had a Hammer Estate Sale

Hi Everyone,

We’re having a fantastic Estate Sale in East Kent this weekend, Friday Feb. 26 – Sunday the 28th. As a home builder in this area and a family active in the local community with politics, faith and sports, we are pleased to present this eclectic collection of a remarkable era.

The address is 711 Hilltop Ave, Kent, WA 98031

Please go to this link, https://www.estatesales.net/WA/Kent/98031/1121679 for photos. We are putting up photos as we process so please check back in for updates.

COLLECTIBLES: There are cases filled with jewelry, figurines, fishing gear, ephemera, ammo, reload items, political signs, advertising signs, oil crates, ski equipment, vintage posters and maps (there are two especially nice Rainier posters from the early 1900ds that are in almost mint condition), Christmas, nautical charts, camera equipment, faith books and bibles, badges, games and puzzles. Too much to mention!

CAMPER/TRAILER: Come and check out the 1955 Jewel camper! It’s a ham can that has been under cover for most of its life with everything in working order and even new tabs. Has a few minor dings that come along with the territory but in great condition. A beauty from the past ready to come out back into the wilderness.

FURNITURE: There’s an array of furniture from early to modern – including a 60’s sectional vinyl couch, a green vinyl couch, easy chair, secretary, Victorian single bed, marble top parlor table, Eastlake table, Waterfall dresser and vanity, plush loveseat, oak office desk, miscellaneous side tables, two Queen mattresses and box springs, kitchen table and six chrome chairs, and misc. chairs and side tables.

KITCHEN and CHINA: Cut and pressed glass, teacups and saucers, egg cups, a precious Russian Porcelain cobalt chocolate set by Lomonsov – brought back to the USA by a diplomat!, aprons, linens, and kitsch items.

EQUPTMENT and TOOLS: As a builder, there is a fantastic array of tools of course! The basement is filled with woodworking tools, vintage tools, Dayton electric belt driven generator, Hitachi Slide saw, radial alarm saw, power tools, hardware, construction wood, construction plumbing, light fixtures, Chemical Drums (one with 20+ gal kerosene, some auto tools, construction flashing, chain, alcohol and kerosene heaters, ladders, ropes and pulleys.

SPORTS: Baseball gear includes bases, more than a dozen modern helmets, boys’ uniforms, gloves, bats, balls, pitching net, gear bags, and vintage gear as well and even some 60’s pennants. There is also vintage skis and equipment, a ping-pong table with nets, paddles and balls.

GARDEN: Along with wheel barrows, rakes, shovels, misc. – we have some cool vintage and newer lawn furniture, two mowers as well as general gardening tools.

MISC: High end convection microwave, Edson crank record player, and ‘78 and ’33 records, washer, dryer and fridge by Whirlpool, aluminum Boeing Panels, Schwinn Bike, crates, men’s clothes and jackets including military uniforms and a bomber jacket, chemical drum, guitar, typewriter, slide projector, Johnson Sea 18 Horse 1955 Motor, Turtle terrarium (but were not going to forget about a possible home for lizards and snakes just no spiders please – lol!), chemicals, kids tractor and vintage trike and pedal car parts. Let’s not forget about the cowhide. Apparently it was brought down from Canada and we were told that the cows up there have an accent that is more of a “mooo-eh?”.

The Address is 711 Hilltop Ave, Kent WA, 98031.  Head up the hill on E. James street, left on Hilltop Ave., its two houses in on the left.

We put a sign-up sheet on the door at 7:00pm Thursday night and you can come by to write your name on the list. Please don’t worry about the list because we have a large staff to facilitate the sale and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line.

If someone has forwarded this to you and you want to be on our personal email list, please email us at GGGEstateServices@gmail.com

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 4:00PM

 So come on by and say hi!

 Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

 See you there!

 David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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Rockin’ Estate Sale in North Burien

Hi Everyone,

We’re having a Rockin’ Estate Sale in North Burien this weekend, Friday, June 19 – Sunday, June 21st.  The Star of this house is the Recording Studio that was referred to as The Rec Room, and it is filled with recording gear and equipment. The garage is also full of construction tools, plus the rest of the contents in the house.  

Please go to the following link for photos and more details:

http://www.EstateSales.NET/WA/Seattle/98146/919173

We will be posting our address on this site and sending it to our email family on Thursday the night before the sale at 7:00.   We are adding photos daily as we are sorting through all these things, so please check in for updates.

More details and photos to follow during the week.

Cheers,

David and Cindy K. Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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