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Estate Sale This Weekend in West Seattle, February 13, 14 , 15

Hi Everyone,

We are having a sale this weekend in West Seattle. The gentleman picked up and is headed to Hong Kong to live and work as a pilot. He left behind a household of furniture, kitchen, electronics and miscellaneous smalls.

The Address to the sale is 5102 SW Genesee St.  Seattle, WA  98116

For photos, please go to: http://www.EstateSales.NET/estate-sales/WA/Seattle/98116/815892

There is a nice set of living room furniture set made of leather that includes a couch, chair and ottoman. The large liquor/storage cabinet has many drawers and locking doors. Also are a side tables, a wooden kitchen table with four chairs and lamps.

There is a nice king size bed in the bedroom that includes a mattress and box spring. The set of bedroom furniture includes a dresser, large dresser with mirror, and two small side tables. There is a large area rug, modern IKEA chair, vintage side chair and end tables. The futon is in great shape!

There is some bike related gear, including a Cycle Ops indoor unit and a rack to repair bikes.

The office has a nice office desk, two rolling office chairs, two dressers, a computer system, lots of office supplies and a great selection of modern CD’s. Also included is an Xbox from 2002 and some games. The towers are from Antec, ASUS, surround sound by Logitec, surge protector, keyboards, etc. There are DVD players and lots of connectors for electronics, some for gaming.

The clothes are men’s size medium to large. This includes military jackets, leather jackets, jumpsuits, dress shirts and pants, work-out clothes and other miscellaneous items.

There are lots of carrying cases, including a nice Swiss army lap-top case, garment bags, cooler bags, a nice picnic basket set, and a down sleeping bag.

Kitchen includes dishes, pots and pans, glassware, silverware, microwave, new waffle maker, blender and lots of gadgets.

Outside are is a bar with tall chairs, a barbecue and some garden tools.

Please note that we will not be sending out a second email with the address – it will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and on EstateSales.net 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 GGGEstateService@aol.com

Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM – 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00– 2:00PM

 

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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Great Estate Sale in West Seattle This Weekend, October 24, 25 and 26

Hi Everyone,

Set your sites on our sale this weekend because we are having a great estate sale this weekend!  Is starts Friday the 24th and runs through Sunday the 26th in the Arbor Heights area of West Seattle.

This house is filled with lots of furniture and collectibles.  As a long-time member of the NRA and well established firearms instructor, the items reflect the interests of the gentleman of the house.

THE ADDRESS IS:  9303 Forest Ct. Road.  Seattle, WA, 98136

For photos and direcdtions, please go to:

http://www.EstateSales.NET/estate-sales/WA/Seattle/98136/751206

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

COLLECTIBLES: There are cases of smalls include jewelry, military emblems, the huge array of patches (mostly military and NRA), gun related items including a large selection of rifle and pistol parts, many scopes from different eras, rifle cases and boxes, ammunition crates, vintage ammo crates, fishing gear and other related items.  Also are many cameras including instamatic, polaroid, 35mm and a box camera.   Also are volumes of first day issue stamp envelopes, some mint coin sets, coin books and quarter and half cent coins.

FURNITURE:  There are many pieces of Mid-Century Modern in this house.  The beautiful drop leaf dining room table and six chairs is in almost mint condition and is made by the Hibritan Company and so is the side table/cabinet.  This same motif is carried out throughout the living room that includes side tables, a coffee table, and chairs.  The master bedroom has a queen bed frame with matching dresser and mirrored dresser.  There is a single bed and dresser in the kid’s room and a nice set of blond furniture that includes a full bed frame, dresser and dressing table.  Also is a great hide-a-bed, a metal office desk, two oak desks, a corner cabinet that lights up, a two mini small drop leaf Formica tables, a set of four metal café chairs, along with other miscellaneous furniture items.

HUNTING and FISHING GEAR:  There are boxes of parts for vintage rifle and hand guns, barrels, and sites and scopes of different powers.  Also available is a gun vice, velocity range finder, rifle sheaths and carrying cases and a bb gun.  There fishing poles including fly and spinning, reels, flies and fly tying supplies.  There are also nets, a float tube and flippers, a pontoon boat that needs a new casing wrap and waist waders.

CHINA and KITCHEN:  There is a collection of small porcelain dog figurines, cups and saucers, dishes, pink Depression glass, kitchen utensils, wine openers, wine rack, pots and pans and cook-ware.

CLOTHING: The clothing is mostly men’s XL – XXL that includes Pendleton shirts, Military outfits (including a nice long army jacket with wool lining) and some outdoor rain gear.  And if you are a single lady, we have a nice 50’s wedding dress and cake topper, all you have to do is provide the groom. J

ART:  We have two very nice original oil paintings from the well-known Northwest artist Charles Mulvey, the larger of the two being 30“x18 – WOW and a print!  There is a remarkable wood and metal three dimensional Native American whale piece by Dick Fichter,  a set of framed vintage pistol drawings and other prints and oils in the hunting and fishing genre.

BOOKS:  Many books are related to guns and gun collecting, fishing, bird watching, Native American art and history, ladies mystery and fiction books with great graphics.  There is a nice set of Junior Classic Fairy tale books, two Huge dictionaries and other miscellaneous books.

MUSIC and ELECTRONICS:  The Stromberg tube radio is in great working condition, the Sherman Clay mini tube radio turns on but emits no sound, and there is a Kenmore tuner/amplifier.  There are two computer flat screens, two small flat TV screens, an Acer mini laptop and wireless internet connectors.  We also is an HP printer and a Cannon printer.

TOOLS:  We have shop full of wood working tools. Craftsman drill press, Black and Decker 10” radial alarm saw, Jet 14” metal/wood cutting band saw, Delta 4” belt/6” disc sander, South Bend metal lathe with accessories, micrometers, Craftsman jointer – planer, Arc welder, MIG- 100 welder, gas welding set, Honda generator, Sears half horsepower air compressor.  Magna router table center, block planes and miscellaneous tools.

GARDEN and MISC:  The patio furniture is modern and includes 8 padded metal chairs, two footstools, a side table and a glass large table.  We also have a chainsaw, an electric mower and other miscellaneous garden tools.

VEHICLE:  The 1995 Chevy BT Blazer runs great, is in great shape and has a clean interior.

MISCELLANEOUS: The Frederick Willys pool table is basement sized –  7’x4’ – and includes a set of triangle and balls, a pool cue holder and three cues as well as other breakdown cues and a set of balls.  The Kenmore sewing machine comes in a breakdown cabinet and is in perfect working condition.  There are two army signal  corps radios, National Geographic maps, some as early as the 30’s and three typewriters – including a rare early circular wooden antique piece.  We also have some vintage Christmas.

Even the house is for sale.  Come by and check out this 50’s house which sits on a nice private lot, lots of parking, 5 bedrooms and a nice deck and carport!

Too much to mention! 

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 garage 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

 

Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

 

So come on by and say hi!

 

David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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Fantastic Double Estate Sale August 15-17 in Montake

Hi Everyone,

We are having a fantastic estate sale on Friday the 15th through Sunday the 17th.

This Spanish style house sits on five lots, has three detached garages, and was purchased in the 1960’s along with the contents so this is really a Double Estate Sale.  The prior owners owned a chain of restaurants in the area.  Both the furniture and fixtures complement the Spanish motif.  The owners after that also have their own interesting story.  The gentleman was the former owner of a ski lodge and a marine store.  The lady of the house was a Hollywood clothing designer and clothier for actress Dina Shore.  We are excited to bring to you this eclectic, stylistic and varied sale!

This house is filled with an eclectic mixture of items. We have lots of furniture that reflect the style of the structure. There are cases of collectibles, vintage clothing, material, tons of kitchen items, china, rugs, art, jewelry, collectible bottles and jars, ephemera, mini printing press and a large array of everything. The Spanish style stucco house with tile roof will also be up for sale!

The address to the sale is 2415 Boyer Ave. E, 98112.

Head South across the University Bridge and take a left at the first light, Fuhrman road. (if you’re heading north on Eastlake Ave, take a right before the bridge. Fuhrman turns into Boyer. After you pass under the 520 bridge, the next intersection is Everett and Boyer. The sign up sheet will be on the front garage door. Parking the day of the sale is on Boyer Ave. only. Be prepared to walk up a steep hill to access the house.

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

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

FURNITURE: Many pieces of furniture including a beautiful asymmetrical glass front cabinet, a Victorian shelving unit and a corner shelf, a set of four country rush chairs, a large Spanish style dining room table with ornate chairs and matching buffet with an alabaster top (beautiful!). A gold and glass serving cart, a pair of inlaid end tables with a matching coffee table, a rare piano stool with a back, a Hepplewhite style chair, Victorian (chair, seat and rocking chair), Baroque style credenza, an early sideboard with dragon carvings, a pair of early marble top end tables, decorative wrought iron bench and marble top table, three parlor tables, other misc. small furniture pieces, lamps, standing lamps, a pair of wrought iron Spanish style scroll lighting fixtures and other smaller fixtures. WOW!

COLLECTIBLES: There are cases of smalls including jewelry, military, patches, lighters, cigarette tins, buttons, perfume bottles, small porcelain figurines, a pair of aviator glasses, ashtrays, bottles and much more. There is a wide array of ephemera as well including maps of AK, WA, and BC among others, military papers, some postcards, photos, 1940’s menus including NYC, brochures etc. Also is a pinball machine with bathing beauties.

KITCHEN AND APPLIANCES: There is a large amount of kitchen utensils from the most recent residents and the past owner who ran a chain of renowned local restaurants including the famous Windjammer where most of us Seattleites have got our groove on back in the day and the Twin Tepee’s by Green Lake where we went to eat after the club closed! Included are pots and pans, a mixer, Vitamix, an early juicer, dishes (some restraint ware), glasses and pitchers. Come and get your canning jars, harvest is coming soon, there are lots of early ones (mostly qt.) some are more collectible than others. Also not one but two Gibson freezers.

CLOTHING: As mentioned above, the lady of the house dressed actress and singer Dinah Shore while she lived in Hollywood. Maybe that explains why when the family was getting ready for her 90th birthday that they found out that she was really turning 100! (I am now almost 39 by the way). There are closets full of classy attire especially from the 50’s and 60’s but also earlier and later pieces. Also designer shoes size 7.5 – 8.5, some hats and gloves. There are some men’s clothes and a good amount of ties.

CHINA: Featured are many nice pieces of china, porcelain and glass. Most notable is the large English bowl, serving trays, Minton’s gold and ivory dishes, a set of four rare Heinrich and Co. plates, purple glass, glass candleholders, silver plate serving pieces and flatware, early English decorator plates, Wedgewood Christmas Plates, stemware and some Nippon pieces.

ART: The many pieces of art include oils, lithographs, etchings, prints and lots of mirrors, some ornately framed and a few very large in size.

RUGS: The large assortment of rugs includes a large 12’x9’ Afghanistan rug and three other smaller in size. A 15’ machine made runner in the same style, four oval hook rugs (the white one is huge and there is a medium and small oval handmade from the Priscilla Turner Rug. Co. in Maine, and a few smaller area rugs.

SEWING: There is are many rolls of fabric, lots of it is drapery and upholstery material and some are quite large in size. Also, are rolls of fringe and other sewing accessories including a large amount of buttons. We have two sewing machines, one is a Singer fold up and the other is heavy duty made by the American Blind Stitch Machine Company.  Also included are some hand sewn quilts including one in especially good condition and one is an early crazy quilt that needs some repair.

MUSIC: The console is by Magnavox with amazing high fidelity sound. The records are 78’s, 33’s and 45’s. Some of the early 45’s are mint and have never been opened of the Capitol Records label. There is also a reel to reel. The player piano is by the Victor Chicago Company and there are also plenty of player piano rolls when you’re fingers need a rest.

GARDEN and MISC: There are pots, some garden supplies, crates, wire fencing, some ornamental iron, copper square planters, an outdoor metal rack (perfect for a greenhouse) and lots of misc.

MARINE SUPPLIES: As the former owner of a marine supply store, we have boxes of unused accessories. This includes, gauges, switches, meters, connectors, wire and electrical supplies. There are two midcentury boat motors, one is an Evinrude 25 model and the other is a Johnson SEA-10 model.

Too much to mention!

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 garage 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

 

Everything’s Going Going Gone…..

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Fantastic Estate Sale in Ballard June 6th, 7th and 8th

Hi Everyone,

We are having a fantastic estate sale this weekend in Ballard, Friday June 6th – Sunday June 8th!  This house is filled with a great array of furniture from early to present (and I mean lots of furniture so bring a big truck and some muscles) and lots of collectibles.  If you are into Midcentury Modern, then this is a must see!  As the owner of a real estate and house building company, the contents of their home (of which they also built) is packed with high-quality items and in great condition!

The  address is 7312 Dibble Avenue NW.  Seattle, 98117

COLLECTIBLES:  Many clocks to choose from including a Seth Thomas electric nautical mantle clock and an assortment of wind up clocks.  The fishing gear includes a bamboo pole and fiberglass and telescoping poles, some reels and misc. gear. The cases of collectibles contain pocket knives, vintage tools, small advertising pieces (Ballard) and other cool miscellaneous smalls.

FURNITURE:  The midcentury outdoor furniture is by the sought after Knoll designer.  The set is cast aluminum with two chairs and a beautiful orange enameled table top. 

The nice midcentury bedroom set is by Broyhill Premier, there is a large dresser, vanity (could also be used as a buffet), a small side cabinet and a set of twin beds, all in great condition.  We have a blond 8 drawer dresser as well as nice one from the early 1900ds with pie crust molding and cupped carved pulls.  The bedframe is made of cherry and has four beautiful turned posts.  There is also a nice dresser (colonial style) as well as a large cupboard in the same style.     

The small dresser/buffet is by Drexel, a side table is made by Henredon, and the end tables with a matching coffee table is made by Baum??? can’t make out the mark.  There is also a pine coffee table and a large glass top coffee table – 38” x 38”. There is a dining room set Rockport maple, the table extends with three leaves and has six nice matching chairs.  The kitchen table is round and has two leaves.  There is a set of four rustic wooden chairs (one is a captain’s chair).   In addition is a brand new maple drop leaf table, perfect for a small area.

The office desk is by B.P and has a glass top.  Another desk is a nice small early piece with two drawers, reed turned legs and porcelain wheels. There is a set of 5 United aluminum office chairs and a roller, a Donmore roller office chair.  We have many metal 3 and 4 drawer file cabinets in great condition. There are some nice bookcases, one is mission style, another is early with stepped shelves and two huge bookcase/cabinets and other small pieces.  There are three blanket chests, on is a Roos cedar chest, one is a Lane, and a third cedar chest along with three trunks.

There are many lamps including a midcentury tripod lamp and two orange pottery glazed pieces plus misc. lamps.  The colonial couch has nice floral fabric with two matching wingback chairs as well as a very nice pair of dark blue wingback chairs from the Century furniture company.  There is a small 60’s style couch with a matching lounge chair and ottoman, in great condition. 

Available are two sets of nice high-back upholstered chairs. There is a glide chair and ottoman that is considered a nursing chair by Dutailier.  There is a large administration/check in counter with a radius end that has been used as a bar and two metal chemical cabinets.  We have two teacarts, one is straight out of Madmen, the other from Driving Miss Daisy. There is a nice small early parlor table with carved legs and a sculpted marble top.  Finally, a nice pair of white painted corner cabinets from the 1920’s

KITCHEN AND CHINA:  There are a few sets of midcentury stem ware and glasses, (including Georges Briard and G. Reeves), a set of Farberware dinnerware, a set of Helene Chezc. china, Microwave and misc.  There are some midcentury hand thrown pottery pieces, a Shawnee cookie jar and shakers, a W. M Mounts serving set, English cups and saucers and toby mugs. 

JEWELRY: We have three cases full of costume jewelry including rings, pins, necklaces (lots of 60’s style with big beads).

ART:  There are many art pieces including a beautiful oil by Adolf Newman in a piecrust frame, a pair of Mission hand prints from Santa Monica, a Mt. Rainier oil, many large prints from the 40’s and 50’s in nice frames, also lots of smaller prints in frames.  There is a super cool Rainer Brewing Company lithograph from 1906 that has a few tears.  Come and get your Mt. St. Helen’s erupting poster (we have 4!), a set of Charles Russell prints, plus other posters and calendars.  There are Mickey Mouse posters and some 1990’s Disney lithographs.

LINENS and RUGS:  There are many linens, some are hand done lace pieces that fit large square tables and some that fit small round tables.  Also are some pretty handmade doilies and lace pieces.  There are quite a few rugs, many small area pieces and a huge handmade braided rug that is 8.5’x11.5’ and is in great shape!

GARDEN:  Besides the nice Knoll set, there is a small glass table and two cushy matching chairs, metal plant stands (lots in the midcentury style), a great selection of vintage brightly colored folding chairs and lounge chairs.  There are hand tools, crates, hoses, sprayers, etc.

TOOLS:  There are woodworking tools, an early work bench with a vice, axes and hatchets and two wood block planes.  As a property manager, there is a room full  hardware, two wooden tool chests fastners plumbing, lighting fixtures and plumbing and electrical items.

MISC: The Hammond organ is a small Cadet with matching bench, lots of vintage  games and puzzles.  The books range from early 1900ds to the present, also encyclopedia’s and lots of dictionaries) If you like the Crystal Cathedral, there are quite a few by Robert Schuller and two of them are signed!  In addition to the furniture mentioned above, there is a great selection of early office gadgets including staplers, punchers, pens, ink, etc.. And yes Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, grandmas coats do make us look incredible!, we know you donated yours to the EMP so come and get a new (vintage) one!

  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 GGGEstateService@aol.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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Cool Estate Sale in Ballard – April 18, 19, 20

Hi Everyone,

Happy Everything!

We are having a fun sale in Ballard this weekend, April 18, 19 and 20.  (April fools – It’s not in March!) This house is packed with tons of smalls!  Yes, Elvis, Santa, Betty Boop, Mickey, Garfield, Raggedy Anne, and the Easter Bunny are very well alive with lots of miscellaneous collectibles!  10,000+ items!!!  If you don’t come and check this one out – it will definitely be a Boop Boop De Don’t!

The address is 5645 6th Ave. NW, Ballard, WA

There are cases and cases of costume jewelry, one whole case devoted to Christmas alone!  There is glassware, pottery, quartz watches, kid’s books and toys, records, spoons, crafts, tools, kitchen ware, badges, greeting cards, a mini pitcher collection, satire (books, T-shirts and gimmicks), furniture etc.

For photos, please go to: http://www.EstateSales.NET/estate-sales/WA/Seattle/98107/614184

As a potter, the lady of the house did an incredible job of painting and firing the many figural pieces from the 70’s and 80’s.

Clothing includes lots of comical men’s and women’s T-shirts size L and XL, ladies clothes, vintage prom dresses and costumes, boyscout uniforms and an Air Force uniform.

The many cases of costume jewelry cover the 60’s to the present.  There is a whole case devoted to watches alone including Swatches, Disney and other watch collectibles.

The kids books and toys are in excellent condition and cover the many notable characters such as Mickey, Sesame Street, Raggedy Anne, Cathy, Garfield, and Pandas.  There are also lots of activity books and packets.

As a lover of Betty Boop and Elvis, there are many fun collectible and wearable T-shirts, jewelry and collectibles.

The featured furniture includes a nice round oak dining room table, a set of 1940’s dining room chairs, a 1970’s long low-rider couch in a brown flower motif, a mid-century dresser, a couple of storage cabinets with pull-out basket drawers and side and end tables.

There are lots of ladies purses and handbags, especially in the color of red because mom was a Red Hatter.

The records include 45’s and LP’s in the country and rock generas and also some children’s records.  There is also an great large sized Misfits poster along with some regular sized 80’s rock posters including Bon Jovi and Metallica. Rock On!

Kitchen includes dishes, pots and pans, silverware, a wonderful mug collection, blenders and lots of gadgets.

There is a huge amount of Christmas decorations.  Much of it is still in the box, never used and lots of pottery plates and figurines.  Also boxes of cards good for all occasions.

Featured is some vintage fishing gear, tools, games and a Sears compressor and a Lionel train set.

Come and get Buck the Truck to haul away your goods – it’s a 1982 Chevy 4×4 half ton pick-up.

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 GGGEstateService@aol.com

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

 

If you come adorn in a Red Hat or Scarf – then you will receive a $1.00 rebate on your purchase!

 

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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Great Estate Sale in West Seattle

Hi Everyone,

We have a great sale happening this weekend in S. West Seattle starting Friday the 13th and continuing through Sunday the 15th!  With 60 year’s accumulation, this house is filled with furniture, collectibles, memorabilia and history.  As a 1934 graduate of West Seattle H.S. and recipient of Ms. White Center (we even have the banner and photos), the lady of the house would have witnessed many changes in the area in her 99 years.  Come and check out this large early house close to the “end of the line” – filled with lots of fun things.

Please go to http://www.EstateSales.NET/estate-sales/WA/Seattle/98146/544833 for photos.

The address is 10026 Marine View Drive SW.  Seattle, WA  98146. 

COLLECTIBLES: The many cases of smalls are filled with costume jewelry, rosaries, wrist watches, photographs, porcelain and pottery miniatures which includes various children’s tea sets. There is lots of Christmas (vintage and new). We have a Lionel Christmas train set and some misc. accessories and an HO train set.  There are two Kodak billow cameras, a 3-D Stereo-matic 500 projector, and an 8mm projector and camera.

FURNITURE:  There is lots of great furniture.  The bedroom furniture includes a set of beautiful twin half-turned cherry beds, an Eastlake dresser, a waterfall vanity, two waterfall dressers, side tables and full bed.  There is a complete set of early knotty pine bedroom furniture which consists of a dresser, single bed, lounge chair and desk and mini chair.  There is a small buffet, a large circular marble coffee table,  one glass display cabinet, a maple kitchen table with four matching rush seat – ladder back chairs, a practically new fir kitchen table,  an 1800ds heavy-duty dropped leaf table, a red Formica kitchen table and lots of misc. side and end tables. Finally, there are many pieces of white rattan furniture including a loveseat, coffee table, plant stand, rocking chair and end tables.  Also, there are two children furniture pieces, one is a kitchenette and the other is a darling pink vanity.

ART:  The walls are filled with many prints, etchings, photos and some paintings.  This includes four unmarked Native Am. Block prints, a Paris etching from LeComte and a Bennett etching.

CHINA: There are two sets of china including many pieces of Franciscan rose ware and a set of Kikusui.  There is an assortment of glass serving dishes, glassware, and lots of misc. pottery and figurines.  There is tons of

JEWELRY: The jewelry is an array of pieces from early to the present (earrings are screw on, clip on and pierced) that represent adornment from many eras.  Some of the pieces are sterling from Mexico, lots of beaded necklaces to spice up the holidays and there are many crosses and rosaries.

DOLLS: Many dolls are available at this sale including Madame Alexander Dolls from the 50’s through the 80’s – one is a lovely 17” doll with a yellow poke-a-dot dress.  Also notable is a well-used bear on wheels that could be a Steiff. There are also ethnic dolls from around the world and classic collectibles such as Cabbage Patch and Raggedy Anne.

LINENS:  The table clothes include some nice early hand-made piece, aprons and table runners.  There are quilt pieces, a nice hand sewn quilt and many other hand and machine sewn quilts in need of some TLC.  There are quite a few chenille bedspreads and many wool blankets.

SEWING:  There are three sewing machines including a vintage Kenmore and Singer, and a portable Singer unit.  There are quilt pieces (all they want for Christmas is to be a real quilt) vintage material, yarn (wool and acrylic), many knitting needles and sewing accessories.

CLOTHING:  There is an array of winter coats, wool shirts from different makers, some of the dresses are handmade and look to be from the 20’s – 50’s and a wedding dress from 1940. There is a nice selection of Ladies hats, gloves and colorful scarves.

GARDEN:   As an avid member of the Puget Sound Fuchsia Society, there are potted plant starts of hearty fuchsias, gardening tools, a gas lawn mower and a rotary push mower. There is a picnic table, a round glass table, lawn chairs, small glass and metal tables and garden art.

MISC: We have available a Hammond H-133 organ and organ sheet music as well as earlier piano sheet music with great graphics! > There is a console record player and the records include orchestra and organ music, there is a nice set of 45’s including few Elvis and lots of 78’s. >The Skutt 18” ceramic kiln is in great shape but shorts out so is in need of repair – along with a few molds and unfinished bisque pieces. > The washer and dryer are by Amana and are in great working condition, and there is a huge upright freezer.

Dozens of canning jars, 11 advertising crates, 5 golden vacuums, 4 can-openers, 3 large trunks, and a partridge in a faux tree!

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 GGGEstateService@aol.com

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

So come on by and say hi because…

Everything’s Going Going Gone….. 

See you there!

David and Cindy K.

Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.

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Huge Estate Sale in West Seattle Septemer 13, 14 and 15

Hi Everyone,

We are excited to be back in West Seattle (where it all began) for a huge sale this weekend, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 13, 14 and 15.  This house is packed to the hilt with 50+ years accumulation of furniture and contents including a large selection of vintage glassware. As collectors, travelers and hosts, there are interesting souvenirs from all around the world, the USA and cool things they found hunting locally.

Please go to http://www.estatesales.net/estate-sales/500934.aspx for photos.

!!The Address is 6343 38th Ave. SW, Seattle 98126!!

GLASSWARE and CHINA:  The lady of the house was a dealer in vintage glassware.  Here is your opportunity to choose from shelves and shelves of collectible glassware and maybe even find that replacement piece. This includes stemware, vases, serving dishes and compotes from Candlewick, Hocking (lots of blue bubble pieces), Red bubble Anchor Hocking, Fenton, Fostoria, Libby, Jeanette Diamond Point, Imperial and lots of milk glass.  Break out the MM’s because there are dozens of candy jars from which to choose!  There is a nice set of Royal Bavarian China and a large selection of English cups and saucers.

POTTERY:  We have quite a few pieces of pottery including some Redwing and McCoy Cookie Jars, a set of Vernon Kilns dinnerware, and a selection of pottery birds.  There are also loads of commemorative plates in many categories (religious, floral, birds and holiday).

COLLECTIBLES: There are cases of collectibles filled with miscellaneous smalls and costume jewelry.  We also have early postcards, vintage stuffed animals and a massive Christmas collection (only three months away).  The gentleman of the house was in the advertising business for many years so there are lots of knick knacks bearing local business – especially McClendon’s Hardware and Seafirst Bank.  And if that’s not enough – Ding Dong – it’s Avon calling for you to come and select from the hundreds of bottles of perfume, cologne and misc. in every shape and theme – perfect for the men and women who has everything – except for a mini thermos of cologne, or a car or a lady or……wow – every theme under the sun (we even have the sun!).

KITCHEN AND APPLIANCES: There is so many kitchen items and so many cookbooks that some of it is in the basement!  There is a nice assortment of canning jars (come early for the blue ones – they go fast) utensils, pots and pans, Tupperware and cookbooks from many eras.  Most notable is a large selection of desirable aluminum ware.

CLOTHING: There are a few pieces of women’s vintage dresses – XXL and a nice array of men’s hats and clothing size L.

FURNITURE:  There is all sorts of furniture throughout the house!  The China hutch has lots of storage space and sliding glass doors, the dining room table is a drop leaf 60’s piece with two chairs, lots of miscellaneous chairs, an upright piano by Wick, a nice early children’s school table and a brand new yet classic wood hutch and matching rocking chair with decorative white inlay.  A Mid Century bedroom set (full bed, side cabinet and chest of drawers), a full waterfall bedframe and matching vanity w/mirror, a brightly red painted vintage full bed with matching dresser and mini dresser.  There are also lots of book cases that are filled with books so pick-up will need to be arranged. 

ART/Ephemera: There are many many loose prints and posters from different eras in all categories.  Still going through it – too much to mention!

BOOKS: The book collection here is extensive – might be the most we’ve seen.  Some of them are from the 1800ds… and up until the present.  Lots about collectibles, war, poetry, etiquette, fiction, history, gardening, religion, birds, geography, and 100+ cookbooks alone.

SEWING: There is lots of fabric (some are in bolts), buttons and sewing notions.  There are three sewing machines, one is an early piece by White, another is a vintage Singer and the modern one is by Viking.  Lots of clothing patterns, dozens of needlepoint rings, boxes of needlepoint kits, and tons of other art’s and craft’s pamphlets and materials.

OFFICE: The vintage office desk is a large oak piece with some ware.  There are lots of vintage misc. office accessories and a small black desk.

LINENS: Many of the table clothes are fabulous floral and holiday prints including a huge round Vera floral tablecloth.

GARDEN: Come and get some tools to spruce up your yard and garbage cans to boot.  The pedestal water fountain is in great condition with a working pump and in the bird motif.  The vintage metal table needs some TLC and an umbrella.  There are lots of gardening books too!

MISC: We have a rare German Flag that will be shown only upon request.

TOOLS: The outdoor detached garage is filled with general household carpentry tools and some vintage tools along with a white enameled advertising peg board and a carpenter’s tool box.

The address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com (first) 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 GGGEstateService@aol.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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Mad Scientist Sale – June 7,8,9 in Shoreline

Hi Everyone,

Were excited about this weekend’s “Mad Scientist, Machinist, Chemist and Electronics Sale,”… so stop freakin’, we have beakers!  The gentleman worked as a scientist for NOAA since its inception.  This house is packed to the hilt with lab glass, scientific measuring equipment and is complete with a full machine shop.  As an accomplished person, he also tied flies, was a model railroader and a miniature artist!  WOW!  This house is also full of earlier collectible glass, china, books and hurricane lamps.   For photos, please go to www.estatesales.net/estate-sales/447852.aspx.

The address is 17840 Wayne Ave. N, 98133, Close to the 175th Ave. N exit off of I-5.

LAB GLASS: There is a whole room devoted only to glass.  As the lab glass blower, he has a collection that will blow your mind.  There are over a thousand pieces of vintage Pyrex and Kymax beakers, vessels, bottles, connectors, test tubes and jars, in all shapes and sizes. Also, thermometers, elements, porcelain apothecary dishes, stoppers and equipment.   We even have a rare Bethlehem glass blowing lab lathe, Pyrex tubing and rods and some colored glass rod.  Also a wet grinder, a mini band saw and two front loading mini kilns!

ELECTRONICS: More electronics here than we’ve ever seen! We  have Heathkit, Hewlett Packard and other pieces of measuring equipment.  This includes many tube testers, oscilloscopes,  military testing wave indicator, analyzers, multimeters, condenser checkers, amplifiers, frequency counter, audio generator and wave measurer.  There are also over a hundred meters (milliamperes, volt, millivolts, microampres, etc.) tubes and boxes and trays of resistors, semiconductors, capacitors of all sizes, integrated circuits, diods, transformers, resistors and other electronic miscellaneous.

SHOP EQUIPMENT: This shop is packed with high quality machinery.  Multiple vertical and bench lathes (Grizzly,  Rockwell/Delta, Sears and Southbend). We have drill presses, table saws and scroll saws (Multimax and Craftsman).  The shop  has many cutting and milling tools and accessories, micrometers, Dremel tools, electric motors and two medicine weighing apparatus. We also have three mini  lathes (Unimat SL, EMCO and Toyo) along with attachments.  There is a Grizzly belt sander/grinder, silk screening table, hobby table saw, measuring tools and much much more.  There is also an array of watch-making equipment and a Derbyshire lathe.

COLLECTIBLES: As a fly-tier, there are cases of home tied flies and all of the tie equipment.  There are also loads of colorful feathers and  yarns.  There are some Lionel train accessories, track and lots of HO trains and tracks.  There is an array of cool View-Master items including viewers, a camera, disks and a Stereo-Matte 3-D viewer and dozens of 3-D glasses. We also have cases of jewelry, trinkets and smalls.

MINIATURES: As a miniature artist, there is a HUGE selection of beautiful mini lighting fixtures (100+) that he hand blew and many actually light up!  There are many pieces of hand-made furniture and four dioramas he made for display (two are electric).

BOOKS: There are tons of books, some as early as the 1860’s. This includes many generas such as trains, Northwest, watch making, tons
on chemistry and electronics, seashell, history and military.  We also have early sets of collectible books.

GLASS and CHINA: The glass and china is very nice including some older English and Bavarian porcelain cups and saucers, plates and trays.  Also glasses and goblets, depression glass and Hurricane lamps.  The collection ofspoons dates back to the late 1800ds!

FURNITURE:  There is a Rockport kitchen table and six chairs, misc. end tables, book cases, office furniture, dressers and trunks.

SEWING: There is a Bernette 334DS and a White EuroFlair 8910 sewing machine with all of the attachments.  We also have lots of sewing supplies and thread.

MISCELLANEOUS: Some garden tools, storage tubs, kitchenware, photograpy developing solutions and paper, die chemicals and silk  screening supplies.  This is a must see!

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 GGGEstateService@aol.com

The Sale is :June 7, 8 and 9 –  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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Girly Girl Estate Sale In Wallingford

Hi Everyone,

 We are having a fun estate sale in the Wallingford neighborhood this weekend Friday, April 5 through Sunday April 7.  This should especially appeal to all of you Girly Girls out there.  In fact, anyone who shows up wearing a boa or a tiara will receive a dollar off of any purchase.  Boys included!   This house has three floors full of furniture (both new and antique) a great selection of modern purses, clothing, three cases full of current jewelry, home decor and airline collectibles.

The Address is 2413 N. 41st Street.  Seattle, Wa 98103  (closest cross street is Sunnyside)  The sign up sheet goes up at 7:00PM

FURNITURE:  Turn of the century armoire, standing buffet and commode (with a marble top and backsplash), old country splayed turned leg table and chairs, three matching modern rustic pine china hutches (two with glass shelves, one entertainment system), a nicely upholstered Eastlake sofa with two matching chairs (nice!). Also a fainting couch, wingback chair, bookcases, corner curio cabinet, side tables and art painted chairs.  Bedroom furniture includes a low boy dresser, set of white Aladdin’s furniture.  This includes a chest of drawers, full bed and a unique dressing vanity with folding side mirrors.   There is also a Dimplex electric stove, a high-powered telescope, and lots of nice decorator items such as candle stands, some art glass and “sit-a-bouts”.

COLLECTIBLES: Airlines collectibles, especially from American Airlines.  This includes many sets of wings, badges, misc. and sets of uniforms.  Some newer Heinz ketchup smalls, quarts crystals, many Japanese teapots and cups, blue china, curios and figurines.  And last, but not least come and get your fix of Beanie Babies (hundreds).

CLOTHING and COSTUMES:  There is a great selection of ladies clothing and many pairs of high-stepping shoes, belts and purses.  They are mostly size medium in clothing and 8½ for the shoes – all in nice condition.    Also, there is an array of evening gowns and dresses. Halloween is only 7 months away so come and get your costumes!

JEWELRY: The three plus cases of jewelry are contemporary and perfect for the office of an evening out.  We have a hundred belts, necklaces and bracelets that are made of magnets because of their healing attributes.

KITCHEN: There are two nice microwaves, a magic kitchen chef mini refrigerator, wine glasses, pots and pans, pyrex dishes, utensils, blender, food processor, rice maker and three coffee makers. 

LINENS: There are many sets of bed sheets, towels, tablecloths (both new and vintage).  Also, there is an array of large storage containers.

ART: Art includes some original paintings, prints and many many small picture frames to show off your loved ones.

OFFICE:  The office is packed with paper, shredder, files and misc., a legal file cabinet, HP scanner and printer, KDS monitor, Sony Tower and three sets of cordless phones.

SAUNA: The sauna seats two and is in excellent condition.  It is made by the Crystal Company and measures 47” x 75” x 42.  It has a stereo system, is made of beautiful red cedar that makes this a better model.

MEDICAL:  We have a very nice, brand new Jazzy Select Elite wheelchair by Pride Mobility Products Corporation with the wrap still on the seatbelts.  There is an electric adjustable bed (luxury 4101 model).  This is a very expensive bed that raises the head, middle or feet for maximum comfort.  Also is a massage chair in excellent shape and a walk-in bathtub.  It needs to be removed after the sale has ended.

CHRISTMAS:  The Christmas selection here is very classy.  There are two sets of Christmas China, Christmas village small houses and ornaments.

GARDEN: We have two sets little iron outdoor tables and chairs, yard ornaments, a plethora of chimes and some planters.  

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 GGGEstateService@aol.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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HUGE LIQUIDATION AUCTION on Sunday AT EASY STREET RECORDS LOWER QUEEN ANNE

Hi Everyone,
 
Many of you have already heard in the News and Media the announcement about the closing of Easy Street Records, in lower Queen Anne. Easy Street was named 2012 King County’s Business of the Year and Mayor McGinn honored them, making a proclamation that Dec 20 is Easy Street Records Day. Truly, we are losing one of the great music retail palaces, not only from this area, but in the country. After 12 years at the Queen Anne location, skyrocketing rents and longer lease terms have forced them to decide to close. The new tenant, Chase Bank will be take possession of the Mercer St. location on Jan 21.  Owner Matt Vaughan says “We’ll miss you Easy Street, but we’ll come visit you at your original store in West Seattle. Thanks for all the memories, great inventory, and special events.”
 
As a result – there will be a HUGE liquidation auction held at the site on Sunday, January 20th. Preview will be Sat. Jan 19 from 4-7pm and Sunday 9-11am.

Live Auction begins at 11am. The bidder’s premium is only 5%!

The address is: Easy Street Records, 20 Mercer St.  Seattle and their telephone is 206.691-EASY(3279

This includes a huge amount of memorabilia such as framed posters (some signed), loose posters, original lithographs, also many 2’ x 2’, 3’ x 3’, and 4’ x 4’ squares. 

 

There are more than 100 one-of-a-kind billboard sized banners printed only for this store featuring artists like Bruce Springsteen, Pavement, Spoon, The Strokes, Nirvana, Alicia Keys REM, Death Cab for Cutie, Dave Matthews Band just to name a few.

 

Everything goes including merchandising racks, cd/dvd/lp bins, store signage, light fixtures, office equipment, point-of-sale equipment, general record store necessities, and everything else in the entire place.  Records and Merchandise may also be available but that will be determined after the store has closed.  Also offered is the stage that has been graced by many world famous bands, even the street lights on posts are going.  Yes you can purchase the couch where many world renound artists perched their behinds, from Eddie Vedder to Elvis Costello! 

Please go to Easystreetonline.com <http://Easystreetonline.com> for a slide show preview.
  
Easy Street continues to sell their inventory and all the goodies we’ve grown accustomed to,  that of course includes a huge selection of new and used cd’s, lp’s, dvd’s, posters, t-shirts, etc, all at a discounted rate throughout the week. Last business day is Fri. Jan. 18, closing with an in-store performance by independent heavyweights, Yo La Tengo.    
 
Some of the banners and posters can be previewed throughout the week and absentee bids will be accepted at this time.  For those of you not accustomed to an auction – no worries – everyone is welcome and we will help you along!
 
Come on down this week and to Sunday’s auction for a chance to purchase a piece of music history from this legendary store!!! 

See you this weekend! 

Cindy K. and David

Going Going Gone Estate Services.

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