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Fantastice Estate Sale in West Seattle – Admiral District

Hi Everyone,

We’re having a fantastic Estate Sale this weekend, Friday March 6 – Sunday, March 8th. This large house in the Admiral District of West Seattle is packed full of art, rugs, clothes, furniture and collectibles As the gentleman of the house worked for an oil company and a beverage distributor in the 70’s, there is a sprinkling of advertising pieces throughout the house.


It’s near the Alki Dispatch and coffee shop on Admiral Way. Heading west on Admiral, turn right on Waite St, Rt, on 50th, Left on Prince.

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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 so please check in for updates.

COLLECTIBLES: We have many cases of collectibles. This includes badges, patches, a large selection of cool, advertising bullet pencils and regular pencils. The tin toys are all over the board in size and condition which includes, Tootsie, Tonka and Structo. The dolls are mostly from the 60’s and there is a beautiful large German JDK doll in nice condition. We have quite a few early Christmas ornaments, magazines, comics and some jewelry.

FURNITURE: We are pleased to present an amazing set of Mid-Century furniture set. This is a rare set is made by the Karpen Company in their California location and the pieces are in good condition, with some minor aging. One of the most unique feature is the pottery drawer pulls – in our research, no other pieces have these green pulls. The set includes a full bed, a dresser, cabinet and a vanity with a matching bench. There are lots of furniture pieces including a floral printed couch, side tables, a newer hall tree, a secretary, kitchen table, entertainment cabinet, children’s rocking chair, dressers (some in need of a cool paint job) , large office cabinet with two big pull out file drawers, a pair of comfy pink upholstered living room chairs, wood single bed frame, queen frame with mattress and box spring.

There is also a nice commode and an Eastlake style side table. Not one or even two, but four vintage television sets! The rugs include a cool shag area rug, a lovely Danish wool rug, two large rag rugs and some smaller rag rugs. The dining room table has six chairs (two are captain) and has a matching china hutch. The earlier dining room table has a collapsible leaf that hides inside the piece.

KITCHEN AND APPLIANCES: The kitchen is packed with dishes, glassware, toasters, brand new microwave in the box, blenders, cookers, pots and pans and cooking utensils.

CLOTHING: We have a great selection of vintage clothing. Some are handmade dresses from the 60’s, WWII wool sailor’s clothes, men’s work clothes and jackets from the 50’s and 60’s, teen clothes from the 70’s and vintage kids clothes. The two wedding dresses are in very nice condition, one is from the 70’s, the other one is from the 40’s and has an extensive train. We also have Boy Scout and Campfire Girls outfits.

TOYS: Besides the tin toys, there are bins of Legos, Brio trains, many early kid’s puzzles – including wooden ones, a Suzy Homemaker oven, crochet baby clothes and lots of little wind-up toys etc.

ART: We have an array of art, everything from prints, campy posters, to really nice original pieces. This includes a nice Turner Crane print, a Picasso Print, Pacific Island, Japanese originals, oils and watercolors.

LINENS: There are lots of great linens in this house. There are dozens of unused aprons, hot pads and embroidered hand towels and lots of tablecloths. There are both large sized and children’s quilts – in fantastic condition and are hand sewn (NICE!). We also have number of doilies and many finished needle point pieces and colorful handkerchiefs.

GARDEN: We have some outdoor and indoor plants in the pots, vintage yard tools, lots of baskets of all sizes and shapes and some great early Arboretum pamphlets.

MISC: There are two early children’s desks, there are some early tool chests and tools, crocks, a Henry G. Johnson piano, a Horton Collegiate Trombone and much much more!
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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