Allen - November 16 - November 18; Thursday and Friday 10-4, and Saturday 10-3pm. Do you like collectibles? We got ‘em. Like clothes? Got em. Dishware? Tools? Got ‘em and got ‘em. Christmas? Got that too. In fact, this home in Allen is absolutely loaded…words cannot describe but it is worth the drive! English china, Shannon crystal, vintage diecast cars, sports trading cards, golf equipment and memorabilia (lots of Tiger!), books/DVDs, dentist collectibles (really), Classic Barbie Dolls, vintage mini lunchboxes, Aggie merchandise, and of course furniture, kitchenware, electronics, garage items, etc. All of it in great condition and high quality. Oh yeah…did we mention the G Harvey? Set some time aside because you will want to peruse this one!
1401 Fieldstone Drive, Allen 75002.
Richardson - November 16 - November 18; Thursday and Friday 10-4 and Saturday 10-1pm. Our Richardson sale has a little bit of everything! Figurines, cross pens, glass insulators, vintage Kodak cameras, albums, books, original newspapers from the three days surrounding JFK, and Christian art and motifs. For women there are shoes, shoes and more shoes! And women’s clothes too! There is also a beautiful mid-century queen bed and dresser set, home décor, bar-ware, stuffed animal toys, candles, Halloween and Christmas and Easter decorations (include beautiful Christmas china), and a brand-new refrigerator bought in July!
518 Harvest Glen Drive, Richardson 75081.
Dallas - Lake Highlands - November 16 - November 18; Thursday and Friday 10-4, and Saturday 10-3pm. Southwest style! Native American sterling jewelry, hand woven rugs, kachina style dolls, hand carved cottonwood sculpture of St. Valentine, original Santa Fe art, works by Mexican artist Alejandrina Fuentez, Santa Clara pottery, mid century and modern furniture including Herman Miller! Bedroom furniture, vintage Marantz speakers, newer Bosch appliances. Fashion wear and books!
9833 Larchcrest, Dallas 75238
Rockwall - November 17 - November 18; Friday and Saturday 10-4. Moving sale! Haviland Limoges china, Royal Albert cup and saucers, Hummel figurines, Royal Copenhagen collector plates, and antique Seth Thomas mantle clock. Plus costume jewelry. And a meticulously maintained colonial style dining table with matching breakfront cabinet and server. Take a moment to try on the luxurious Saks Fifth Avenue full length fur. And peruse the unique collection of art pottery from Ohio and Pennsylvania, with many selections from Bruce Stebner. Framed art thru-out including Jon D. Bailey wildlife mallards, and large selection of needle point. Like new Frigidaire stainless french door refrigerator with water and ice on door, Troybilt mower with electric start.. 2005 Toyota Rav4 with 90k miles.. Needs some attention to get started.
612 Arcadia Way, Rockwall 75087.
Dallas - Lakewood - November 17 - November 18; Friday and Saturday 10-4pm. Come to Lakewood for beautiful home furnishings and décor, much of it from authentic German-inspired craftsman of central Texas! Handsome tables, an armoire (two in fact!) and a small desk all acquired in the Fredericksburg area. Also a stunning coffee table which was converted from an old chicken coop! There are superb practical items including a very well preserved motorized scooter and a wheelchair that is like new. Bird houses, gardening tools, household tools, outdoor chairs and a patio set. Stop by and see what you can find!
7318 Crownrich Lane, Dallas 75214.
East Dallas - November 16 - November 18; Thursday and Friday 10-4, and Saturday 10-2pm. This terrific collection of masculine art, collectibles and furniture is led off by a century old wooden, carousel rooster! Truly a unique item! We have tons of knives, ammo, fishing tackle, and western motifs including belt buckles, duck calls, hunting prints, even a huge mounted Canadian elk! And for the off-roaders we are auctioning a manual transmission 4x4 Jeep! Also furniture, clothing, Christmas collectibles (including a life-size deer). Guys you will want to check this sale out!!
11361 Fernald Avenue, Dallas 75218.
When you feel the need to shop Attics to Basements should be your first stop
How they do it, I don't know
Pricing things found hi and low
They treat you right
They treat you fair
No one has their nose in the air
So, as the year ends, you have to know
We'll be back next year, wherever they go !!!