Saturday, August 24, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday, August 25, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
2998 Thomas Jefferson Road (Rte. 811), Forest, Virginia
Directions: From Rte 221 in Forest turn onto Thomas Jefferson Road (811). House is on the left side just a few houses past the intersection with Waterlick Road. Watch for signs!
Selling a fine selection of 19c antiques and collectibles from the estate of the late Mrs. R. L. Krapf
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Partial listing: 19c walnut corner cupboard with glazed doors and Campbell County history, 19c pine corner cupboard, very nice English Regency Period three part dining table, 19c jelly cupboard, 19c washstands, early 19c cherry American tall case clock, cherry reproduction drop leaf table, set/ reproduction ladder back chairs, Empire ogee clock, Colonial Revival bedroom suites, 1920s cedar chest, antique yarn winder, antique firkins, reproduction Hitchcock style deacon’s bench and rocker, 46” Sony Bravia TV, 19c caned rockers, 19c Shaker rocker, Gulbranson spinet piano, Victorian cradle on stand, Henkel Harris cherry Q. Size bed, H. H. nightstands, very nice blue painted Lane cedar chest, attractive repro. Dbl. pedestal desk, large lot books including antique Lutheran books, very attractive 19c pine cupboard, large Delores Hackenburger (Pa. Dutch ‘Grandma Moses) primitive painting, P. Buckley Moss print, ‘Mission Family’, Set/4 19c maple caned chairs, set/4 19c stenciled ladderback chairs, unusual wrought iron table with oval pecan wood top, antique 10-1/2’ x 15’ Mahal oriental rug, set/7 early Craftique Chippendale style dining chairs, Towle ‘Chippendale’ sterling flatware, gold jewelry – some w/ gems, old Hepplewhite style sideboard, very nice repro. inlaid federal style dining table, rare c. 1860 five piece John Wendt sterling silver Medallion tea service with an interesting local history, large lot costume jewelry, Steuben glass bowls, firkins, decorative duck decoys, Christmas, Easter, and Halloween collectibles, Lenox china collectibles, Crosby close contact saddle, nice early quilts, Karl Niedersuss Symphonie dressage saddle, large lot of tack, large lot kitchenware and small appliances, large lot blue and white china including B & G Christmas plates, B & G china, early 1900s carved Schoenhut boy doll, Steiff poodle and hand puppet, Tiffany travel alarm, English Windsor style chair, framed print of George Washington at Valley Forge, Lynchburg cookbooks including Katie Mundy, L’bg Junior League –Queena Stovall and In Good Company, and much more.
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