F.U.M.C. Estate Sale

By the Estate Committee of First United Methodist Church, Beaumont, Texas

Friday, November 18, 2016 - 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Saturday, November 19, 2016 - 8 a.m. to 12 noon

Quaint home in Groves filled with quality items collected through the years, including collectible Christmas items in boxes.  Begin your holiday shopping early.  

Holiday Items and Collectibles:

  • Hundreds of Radko Christmas ornaments collected through the years
  • Old World Christmas lighted glass santas collected since 1985
  • Like-new animated Christmas pieces (including carousels, merry go rounds, nutcracker scene and many others)
  • Santa collection of Melody in Motion
  • Lots of seasonal Fitz and Floyd
  • Many other assorted holiday decorations (including handmade stockings and table toppers)
  • Thomas Edison cylinder phonograph with over 100 blue amberol cylinders
  • Hezzanith marine sextant in wooden box
  • Two musical Elvis Presley dolls
  • Several Gorham musical dolls
  • Fitz and Floyd Betsy Ross teapots
  • Vintage hats and hat boxes
  • Uncle Sam’s vintage bank
  • Blotter Press books (original, now out of print, done by Lamar State College students in the 1960s – most are highly illustrated, silk screen prints, some have poems by a Texas Poet Laureate, others have original stories by the illustrator)
  • Old records (45s, 78s and LPs)
  • Antique J&P thread holder with thread on wooden spools
  • Department 56 fish collection 

Furniture: 

        Ivory three-cushion Ethan Allen sofa

        Two beautiful marble antique tables

        Oval coffee table

        Broyhill Queen Anne upholstered recliner

        Lane large leather rocker recliner with nail heads

        Beautiful large curved glass display cabinet

        Two matching end tables

        Twin French provincial beds with matching double dresser and five-drawer chest

        Duncan Phyfe style bedroom set (double bed, dresser and chest)

        Duncan Phyfe style harp tea table

        Two Victorian chairs

        Upholstered swivel barrel chair

        Lovely arm chair (leather seat, tapestry back)

        Iron bench

        Vintage oak chair

        TV stand

        White child’s rocking chair

        Dolls cradle

Accessories: 

        Lovely lamps (including a double slag glass lamp with beaded glass fringe, a pierpoint cut glass boudoir lamp, unusual oil lamps, large figurine lamp, white porcelain lamp with pink roses on shade, hob nail milk glass lamp)

        Large mirror

        Gilded pier mirror with stand underneath

        Interesting pictures

        Clocks (including antique Ansonia porcelain shelf clock, wooden kitchen clock, English porcelain clock)

        Guild tube radio made like a wall telephone

        Many cut glass pieces

        Carnival glass

        Cut crystal powder boxes

        Beautiful hand-painted large bowls

        Old McCoy planter

Miscellaneous:

  • Mink Jacket
  • Nice black full length leather coat with fur collar
  • Some costume jewelry
  • Lots of nice ladies clothes (including Chico and new Talbot jeans)
  • Some nice purses
  • Ladies shoes – sizes 9 and 10
  • Pair of men’s boots – size 10C
  • Resistal black cattlemen’s hat Size 7 (new and in box)
  • Assorted linens (including yo yo bedspread)
  • Craft supplies (including buttons, beads, and sequin kits)
  • Scrap booking supplies
  • West Bend microwave
  • English Blue Willow china
  • Porcelain canister set
  • Miscellaneous kitchen items
  • Beautiful green iron patio table with 4 chairs
  • Old Singer sewing machine frame
  • Five-foot Pony Express safe
  • Small wagon

Important Information concerning our tear-off tags:  On the back of this tag, sign your name and phone number where you can be reached today and also the time that you signed this tag.  Tear off the bottom portion of this tag and take it to the cashier at the Check Out table.  After you have paid for the item and your ticket has been stamped PAID, return it to the Room Chairman so the item may be marked SOLD.  After one hour if the Room Chairman does not have a sold Ticket, the item will again be made available for sale.

Terms and Conditions:

       We give numbers out 1 hour before we open to sell, so those who arrive first will     be the first to enter the house.

        A stash table will be provided

        We do not give prices over the phone or by email prior to the sale.

        We take cash, checks and credit cards (Mastercard, Visa and Discover).  

        Please bring your own loading help.  Accommodations can be made to pick up      your purchases later, if necessary.

       All sales are final, merchandise sold as is, no returns, no exchanges, no refunds. 

Markdowns will be on Saturday.                                                                    .

First United Methodist Church
Estate Sale Committee

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