Estate Sale Roundup: February 7-9

Four big sales dominate the weekend

Estate Sale Roundup: February 7-9

This week, we find that it's slow winter weekend on the hunt, but the following sales are packed nonetheless with everything from old projectors to vintage Boy Scout items. Load up a dolly and some duct tape in the station wagon and get started.

Pickers' Paradise
Antique drop-leaf table and chairs; antique cabinet, antique blanket trunk, coffee tables, antique stereo cabinet, antique cupboard, fireplace screen and log holder; leather recliner and couch; three wingback chairs; antique wash stands; a metal office desk; many lamps and rugs of various sizes; three-drawer dresser; old rustic truck; Maytag washer and dryer; rocker glider; punching bag; mahogany entry table; occasional chairs; chess table; king and queen-sized headboards; dressers; old projectors; 1959 massage machine (?!); 1969 electric typewriter; small upright freezer; five-piece table and chairs. Cash, debit, and credit cards only. 507 Bee Tree Circle, 78746; Fri., 10am-5pm; Sat.-Sun., 10am-4pm.

Hidden Oak Creek Overflow
Peruse the colorful house and varied collections of an interesting lady. Southwest and Mexican pottery; primitive antiques; UT memorabilia; autographed books by Texas authors; Wes Anderson and Mark Mothersbaugh fans will find vintage Boy Scout memorabilia; cut glass and vintage dish ware; 1950's Milton baby grand piano; a 1940's Singer sewing machine in vintage sewing desk; vintage perfume bottle collection, an antique globe in stand; many vases and mirrors. Cash and credit cards accepted. 9303 Murmuring Creek Dr., 78736; Fri.-Sun., 10am-3pm.

Quality Bounty in Georgetown
Hundreds of pieces of designer clothes sized 16-20, and shoes sized 8-8.5. Some new with tags. Linens, antique tables, porcelain figurines, and framed prints. Perfume collection; grandfather clock; antique vanity and rocking chair, lamps. Items are available for pre-sale, and Paypal is accepted. Day of sale, cash, debit, and credit cards accepted. Email for address: [email protected]; Fri.-Sun., 9am-4pm.

Civil War Memorabilia and Jewelry Auction
We don't think the jewelry is related to Civil War looting, but who cares? Highlights include a collection of American Civil war items, including bags, hats, coins, an American flag, medals, belt buckles, and documents; American Indian items; a selection of European and American antique furniture; silver, including many beautiful pairs of antique vases and candleholders; a large collection of fine art including a 46 " X 95  oil on canvas by AD Greer, game mounts, a large selection of fine estate jewelry, porcelains, and bronzes. 8414 Anderson Mill Rd, 78729; Ausction: Sat., starting at 10am. Inspection: Fri., 10am-5pm, Sat., 8am.

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