Friday, March 16, 2007 4pm to 8pm
Saturday, March 17, 2007 10am to 4pm
Sunday, March 18, 2007 1pm to 5pm
Location: Selling a wonderful collection of fine antiques and collectibles for Mrs. Jean H. Bass. 1320 Templeton Mill Road, Lynchburg, Virginia. Click Here for Map
Directions: From Boonsboro Road in Lynchburg, turn onto Trents Ferry Road and follow approximately 4.5 miles to a left on Templeton Mill Road. Watch for signs!
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The following is a partial listing with discoveries yet to be made.
Furniture: two fine late 19c English Regency style triple pedestal extension dining tables, exceptionally nice set of eight late 19c English Queen Anne dining chairs (2 arms, six sides), 18c New England cherry highboy base, English Hepplewhite sideboard, finely crafted walnut Virginia Craftsman corner cupboard, antique corner cupboard, very nice late 19c Chippendale style arm chair, pair Hickory Chair stretcher base wing chairs, Louis XV style marble top console table, upholstered library style chairs, Chippendale style camelback sofa, pair late 19c elaborately inlaid Pembroke tables, unusual occasional chairs, Queen Anne style tea table, Set/4 late 19c English Queen Anne style dining chairs, set/4 late 19c English Chippendale dining chairs (3 sides, 1 arm), Colonial Revival desk, Chinese lacquer cupboards with inlaid stonework, very nice Colonial Revival highboy, Nichols and Stone Windsor chairs, several nice poster beds, E. A. Clore arm chair, nice antique and reproduction chests of drawers, fine mid Georgian style settee and much more.
China and Crystal: Extremely large lot 19c Rose Medallion and Rose Mandarin and other Chinese Export wares to include numerous platters, chargers, tureens, trays, shrimp dishes, tea pots, sugars and creamers, vases, plates, and cups and saucers, large lot Haviland, Limoges, Bavarian, & English tureens, platters, sauce tureens and other china wares, Cambridge Wild Flower stemware, Heisey footed punch bowl, Daisy and Button punch bowl, Fostoria Argus (green) stemware, Lenox Castle Garden porcelain dinnerware, and much more.
Fine art: A lovely early 19c portrait of a young woman by William Beechey, numerous modern Equestrian theme paintings, 19c o/c genre paintings, and much more.
Books: This partial list is included to indicate the breadth and quality of the Virginia history and genealogy books at this sale. I regret that I will not be able to respond to specific questions about any of these books.
Another Secret Diary of William Byrd of Westover; Albemarle—Jefferson’s County: 1727-197;, Historical Notes on Isle of Wight County, Virginia; A history of Caswell County (North Carolina) 1777-1977; Old Churches and Families of Virginia by Bishop Meade (Vol. 1 & 2 + index); The Courthouse Burned__ (Book 1 & 2)Buckingham County, VA; Historic Homes of the South-West Mountains Virginia; Gravestone Inscriptions of Amherst County, Virginia; Historic Fredericksburg—the story of an Old Town; Homes and Gardens in Old Virginia; The Descendants of Joseph Wilkerson and Allied Families of Bedford County, Virginia; Antebellum Orange (Orange County, Virginia); Madison County Homes (Madison County, VA); Southern Interiors of Charleston, SC; Brunswick County, VA—1720-1975; The Byrds of Virginia; My Rappahannock Story Book; On Deep Water—Steven A. Colvin; The Bradfords of Charles City County, Virginia and some of their descendants—1653-1993; Genealogy of the Page family of Virginia; Amherst County, Virginia in the Revolution; Barksdale Family History and Genealogy; A History of Buckingham County; A Witness Tree, Robert Frost; Peninsula Pilgrimage by E. V. Huntley
Miscellaneous: Large lot garden ornament–cast iron & cast stone urns, cast iron fence finials, large lot books including Virginiana and decorative arts books, large brass collectibles, large lot silverplated hollowware, stone fruit, oriental rugs–various sizes, large lot sterling and silverplated flatware, 1992 GMC Rally van with 226,000 miles, but in good condition w/ new transmission, John Deere riding mower, and much more.
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