Going Going Gone Estate Sales

Come Fly With Me Estate Sale

Hi Everyone,

We are having a super cool, high-quality estate sale this weekend, Friday May 29 – Sunday May 31st.   As a superintendent of Boeing, owners of an airplane and boat, and Scandinavians by heritage, this house is filled with collectibles, photos, books and art of related subjects. Many of the antiques, china and glass came from the family Magnolia house. It is filled from floor to ceiling with tons of nice things!

THE ADDRESS to the Sale is 353 NE 159th Street. Shoreline, WA 98155

Head North on I-5, go straight through the light (that’s 5th Ave) and head to NE 159th St, YOUR THERE, it’s on the corner of 5Th Ave. NE and NE 159th.

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We are adding photos daily as we uncover the masses, so check-in for updates.

COLLECTIBLES: There are many cases of collectibles. The costume jewelry here is extensive and includes signed pieces by Weisener, Edlee, Pom and Eisenberg. Many pieces of jewelry and figurines have animals and fish motifs. The porcelain includes Paragon, Royal Daulton and other marked figurines, Murano glass, and Danish pottery heads. As a Boeing superintendent, there are lots of related items, model airplanes, nautical items, men’s jewelry, pocket knives, watches, Boy Scouts, vintage tools pottery heads. The doll collection includes Barbie in the box, troll dolls, porcelain doll figurines, porcelain clown dolls, Beanie Babies, stuffed vintage toys and lots of homemade dolls.

ART: The hair shadow box is in an oval frame, the photo tinted girl sets inside a stunning guilt frame, there is an early oil, watercolor, a set of four NW etchings, Doug Lafortune Salish print, Little Blue Boy and Pinkie Prints by Sir Thomas Lawrence. Scattered throughout the house are prints and photos of Boeing airplanes.

GLASS, CHINA, SERVING: There is an extensive collection of blue hobnail glass, cups and saucers, a Baroque Wallace silver plate set, Danish stainless pieces, crystal glass sets, Heisey and Fostoria glass, serving trays, a stunning set of black amethyst dishes, a set of Johnson Brother’s blue transfer ware, and lots of other beautiful pieces. The large Royal Copenhagen polar bear had a cracked foot but is still very nice.

CLOTHING: There are some vintage men’s shirts, coats and shoes. We have a selection of beautiful children’s sequined dance outfits (might be as early as the 30’s) and some women’s vintage coats.

FURNITURE: The pair of wingback chairs are in good shape, we have an Eastlake table with a marble top (needs some repair), parlor chair, Lazy Boy recliner, Mid-Century side tables, Lane coffee and side table, another coffee table, magazine stands, grandfather clock by Colonial, small double leaf side table, hanging lamps, Federal style secretary with serpentine front, pair of parlor chairs. The round coffee table with a round top measures 36” round and is in great shape.

The pair of 60’s roll around day beds on rollers have cool fabric and green headboards and a corner table that contains a built in stereo, including a record player, FAB! The vanity with turned legs is in great condition and has an attached swing mirror. Also available are a pair of Mid-Century mod end tables, and other miscellaneous lamps, chairs and small pieces of furniture.

Bedroom furniture includes a set of ivory enamel painted dressers, vanity, side dresser and a 10 drawer storage cabinet. There is a set of 40’s green with gold trim vanity with mirror, dresser, side dresser, and full bed frame. The small glass curio cabinet with a mirror and lights up on the inside.

LINENS AND RUGS: We have a substantial array of linens, this includes needlepoint tablecloths and runners, many crochet throws, pillows, hook latch rugs in lots of great designs, blankets and patch work quilts.

SEWING, KNITTING: The sewing machine is by Brother Prestige, model 971. There is a large amount of thread, needles and sewing accessories. Also a large supply of knitting and crochet needles and yarn.

SHOP TOOLS, Models: There is a room full of auto and woodworking tools, along with accessories. There is a circular table saw, a tabletop saber saw and Starrett measuring instruments. We have an RC airplane starting carrier, remote control model planes, remote controls, a hydro, a small boat and cox airplane motors (new and used).

LAWN and GARDEN: This is the place to come for your gardening tools, there is enough here to supply the whole block with rakes, shovels, hand tools, edger, gas lawnmower, push mower, spreader and a garden cart.

MISC: There is some stereo equipment, records (including the Beatles) non-working upright RCA Victor tube radio, computer, a collection of brass figurines, King Silvertone trumpet by H. N. White, cool vintage exorcise bike and a vintage Dynasty bike.

This is a house with small rooms that are filled to the rim, so we will be able to accommodate 25 people at a time.

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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