Estate Sale Roundup: October 3-5

Ready, set, rummage!

Indonesian textile

This week offers lots of blingy things for everyone, from vintage cufflinks and costume jewelry, to vintage stereo components.

North Austin Baby Boomer USAF Pilot's Estate
Wallace A. Kulczyk (Retired Lt. Col. USAF) and his wife Nancy L. Kulczyk were stationed in Okinawa, Japan from 1962-1966, then in England in Upper Heyford outside of London, and Germany, so there is a mix of items ranging from militaria, to mid-century modern and interesting items from all over the world. Ethan Allen Baumritter, Formica and Traditional Classics, Old Boston rocker, Whitney maple dressers and full size bed, occasional and nesting tables, toleware and lamps. Danish Modern teak sideboard and hutch. Audio equipment and electronics Dual 1219 turntable with Pickering XV cartridge and Kenwood KT-10 receiver, Kenwood 50 A speakers, assorted vintage microphones, Teac R-1000 reel to reel. Militaria: uniforms, flight suits, insignia, patches, aviation related F-111, F-84, Fighting 67th pilot and Army and air force related. Collectible toys and dolls, girl and boy scout, costume jewelry, lighters. Signed block prints by Japanese artist Kauro Kawano (1916-1968), Batiks framed and unframed. Vintage T-shirts, toddler clothing, records, LP's and 45's. Collectibles: Hermes script typewriter, Royal Doulton Toby Mugs, Hummells. Garage: Craftsman gas chainsaw, a circular saw, two power drills, lots of soldering irons, several heaters a great shop light, various hardware; plumbing, military trunk, boots, knee board, flight bags. Workshop tables, plastic storage bins, luggage, air compressor with air tank, Black & Decker 8" quick vice, vacuum cleaners, Shop-Vac, fire extinguishers, boogie boards, filing cabinets, trophies, working CRT televisions, rolling kitchen cart, fold-up bed, US flags, shovels and rakes etc., big model airplane and model airplane parts and tools, bowling ball, two truck-size steering wheel locks with keys. Cash and credit/debit cards for purchases of $30 or more. 9200 Partridge Circle, 78758; Fri. 11am-4pm, Sat. 9am-3pm, Sun., 11am-3pm.

One Day Only in Northwest Hills
No descriptions for this one. The pictures tell the story. 990 Live Oak Circle, 78731; Sat. 8am-4pm.

1968 Olympic banner

Latin American weaving

The Gypsy Junk Lady's Antiques and Treasures
Family treasures, old farm equipment, shop tools, antiques, vintage items, collectibles, advertising items, even an antique shed. Sale includes items in this family for more than 100 years and numerous one of a kind, hand-carved, and/or hand-made items from overseas, especially Thailand, such as 2-4' hand-carved teak elephants. Also included is a large Celadon buddha; antiques, including a small roll top desk, sofa table, dining set, china cabinet, matching chest and dresser, several other chests, wash stand, ornate buffet with mirror, grandmother's complete 5pc cream color French style bedroom suite including caned bed, paper mache and fur 1800's pull toy. Elite tool chest # 510; rocker; butcher block from Fails grocery in Taylor, who purchased it from the original Taylor Meat Co.; ornate light fixtures (some modified from gas); etched glass door from the old family home; yellow rose of Texas stained glass door; upright Strauss & Sons grand piano; grandmother's quilt box and bead board closet; lucite jewelry store necklace display (3' tall); marble-top night stand; Eastlake lamp table; child's high chair. Also, primitives, including a grain storage box, carpenters wood tool box, numerous crates and boxes, jars and jugs, #8 crock with #10 lid, hay rake, hand plows, iron wagon wheels, wall cabinets, medicine chest, and meat grinders. Vintage Christmas items; antique and vintage costume jewelry; Singer sewing machine in cabinet; carnival, depression and other glass; enamel ware. Refrigerator drawers, metal toys, grandmothers antique stuffed toys; antique gas heaters; gingerbread corbel trim; porch posts; ironing board cabinet and board; fencing; gates, and Irish metal ridge cap (approx 30') from the old home in great condition; barn wood and tin from the old barn; barn wood building to be torn down or moved; enamel top and other old tables; wood yard swings, fishing poles, reels, tackle boxes, and minnow buckets; well buckets and pulleys; all sorts of other iron items, three kerosene stoves, lanterns; vintage pieces, including Pearl beer and other ice chests and coolers, Tecate beer sign, Valiant auto sign, hats, linens, needlework, one turquoise and one pink Sunbeam stand mixers; old marbles; pocket knives; postcards and letters; suitcases and trunks; tiller; riding and push mower needing repair. Cash and checks with proper ID are accepted. address, Elgin, 78621; Sat. 8am-4pm., Sun. 9am-3pm.

teak elephant

antique pull toy

butcher block from Fail's grocery

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