Saturday, August 13, 2005 from 9:00am–4:00pm;
Sunday, August 14, 2005 from 1:00–4:00pm
Location: 203 Quail Ridge Drive, Ivy Hill, Forest, VA Click Here for Map
Selling for Mr. And Mrs. Doug Daniel and others.
Directions: From 221, turn onto Perrowville Road in Forest, turn right into Ivy Hill subdivision, follow road until it curves and becomes Quail Ridge Drive. Watch for signs!
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Partial Listing: Antique tall clock and shelf clocks, early 19th-century primitive farm table, pair early 19th-century birdcage Windsor side chairs, pair plank seat chairs, several nice repro Windsor chairs, press back high chair, nice antique cradles, very nice early 20th-century electric table and floor lamps, RCA Radiola radio, antique beehive style andirons, Blue Danube china, fine linens, vintage baby and other clothes, treadle sewing machine, wicker settee, chairs, plant stand, Fostoria Navarre crystal, Lenox Buttercups on Blue china, modern Meissen china, oak barrister’s bookcase, Morris chair, Mission desk, Victorian marble top tables, glass Aladdin lamp, marble top washstand, brass B&H oil lamp, old suitcases, large Lot red hats, International ‘Royal Danish’ flatware, 2 cobalt decorated salt glaze crocks signed Lehew, Strasburg and Kenner, Strasburg; nice pair antique brass carriage lamps, oak washstand, Blue Ridge Pottery, antique and collectible toys and dolls, numerous old prints including hunt scenes, J. Chien tin litho toy dishes, Jadeite reamer, salt glaze salt box, tea pot collection, medium & large Lance jars, unusual silver items, cast iron settee and chair, Ethan Allen maple hutch, antique milk glass and German paper Easter eggs, Antique toy trains including Marx tin litho set and transformer, Gilbert American Flyer # 702 track in orig boxes, Lionel train station and water tank as well as other accessories, Gilbert American Flyer # 302 Reading Lines--several cars, woodworking equipment including a 10" arm saw and a 10" radial saw, sailing ship instruments, canes and walking sticks, old canoe paddles and boat oars, old books including an 1890 J.P.Bell of Lynchburg History of Virginia; other very old children's books, old hand tools including a draw knife, molding planes, block planes, shaves, levels, old bullet molds, Blue Ridge Pottery, Vintage reverse painted silhouettes, Roseville and many discoveries yet to be made.