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Tag Sale

Saturday, December 2, 2006 10am to 4pm  &
Sunday December 3, 2006 1pm to 4pm

JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING.

Location: Restored Graves Mill building, 1218 Graves Mill Road, Lynchburg. Click Here for Map

There is no parking on Graves Mill Road which has heavy traffic. Parking only on the sides of the driveway to the mill. Please park carefully to leave drive open for tag sale traffic. Watch for signs!

Selling from several local estates including the estate of Margaretta H. Harper of Lynchburg.  


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Partial Listing:
Furniture: including Empire & Empire style, Regency Period tilt top tea table, Victorian hall tree and exceptionally nice side chair, large lot oak including beds and washstands, four drawer chest,  Mission oak desk, vintage Lane cedar chests, white painted pie safe, Eastlake marble top washstand and stand,  Col. Rev. bedroom furniture in maple, cherry and mahogany, primitive chests of drawers and washstands, Louis XV style chair with tufted back and gilt legs, antique farm table, 2 small loveseats upholstered in Brunschwig fabric, pair of wing chairs in floral print, small swivel chairs with ‘elephant’ print upholstery, pair 60s contemporary style chairs, Duncan Phyfe style sofas.

Miscellaneous items from Mrs. Harper’s estate: 19c Rose Medallion china to include covered vegetables, platters, bowls, plates, reticulated basket and underplate, Hiroshige style framed prints,  19c Russian and Greek icons and late 19c Brass candelabra.

Miscellaneous items from other estates: large lot china and glass, stoneware including a Burlon Craig signed face jug, 18c hand colored optiques, Spode ‘Blue Fitzhugh’ sugar and creamer, S. Kirk & Son ‘Wadefield’ sterling flatware, fine 19c bright cut engraved coin silver cold meat fork,  elaborate Colonial style doll house,  exceptionally nice 19c laurel pattern cast iron settee and matching table, framed prints, lg hooked rug, mid 20c crystal chandelier, copper molds, cast iron cookware including Frank W. Hay & Sons bundt pan, cast iron farm bell, Signed, numbered, and dated out of print P. Buckley Moss framed prints, 'Partridge in a Pear Tree' Seattle studio glass votive candle holders, five piece International Silversmiths 'Prelude' pattern sterling silver tea and coffee service.

Books on Virginiana and other regions: Lynchburg, An Architectural History by Al Chambers, Kegley’s Virginia Frontier, Peter Francisco–Virginia Giant, Sketches and Recollections of Lynchburg by the Oldest Inhabitant,Richmond: Its People and its Story, A Diary from Dixie–Mary Boykin Chestnut, A Williamsburg Scrapbook, Nancy Lancaster, Her Life, Her Work, Her Art by Robert Becker, Fifty Years in Richmond, 1858-1948, Peninsula Pilgrimage by Huntley. 

Many more items too numerous to mention and discoveries yet to be made. Check back for updates. In case of severe weather days of sale, call 540-586-4567. 

Numbered tickets will be handed out an hour before the sale begins.

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