F.U.M.C. Estate Sale

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

Friday, May 20, 2016 - 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Saturday, May 21, 2016 - 8 a.m. to 12 noon

Garage Opens at 7:30 a.m. 

West End home filled with fine furniture and overflowing with quality items collected over the years.

Furniture:

  • Drexel 1950s mid-century large dining table with 8 chairs, buffet, breakfront and server
  • Beautiful orange curved Mid-Century sofa
  • Drexel mid-century bedroom furniture (7-drawer chest, night stand, two 5-drawer chests)
  • Drexel desk and swivel chair
  • Lovely striped sofa
  • All styles of lovely occasional chairs (some with ottomans)
  • Large round custom-made table with lazy susan
  • 6 blue/green curved back chairs
  • 4 mid-century matching wooden chairs
  • Square oak table
  • Large buffet
  • Black three-drawer chest
  • Large glass mid-century coffee table
  • Several end tables (some mid-century)
  • Small telephone desk and chair
  • Large desk
  • Very nice black curio cabinet
  • Broyhill bookcase with cabinet below
  • Vintage desk and chair
  • Several Ethan Allen pieces
  • Brass twin beds
  • Nice wooden card table with 4 mid-century chairs
  • 2 lift chairs  

Accessories:

  • Many fine decorative items
  • Very nice art work and prints
  • Lots of interesting lamps (including Torchiere floor lamp and hanging mid-century lamps)
  • Mirrors (including standing brass curved mirror)
  • Rattan plant stand
  • Brass umbrella stand
  • Wooden plant stand
  • Small Asian screen
  • 3 vanity chairs
  • Collection of wooden bowls and trays (including a David Auld large mid-century carved wooden bowl)
  • Very large collection of glassware (including Rosenthal, Cambridge, Franciscan, Tiffin, Waterford, Steuben, Daum)
  • Vintage sterling picture frames
  • Small baker’s rack
  • Trunk
  • World Globe
  • Bakelite poker set
  • Sears sewing machine in console
  • Rolling cart

Kitchen and Fine Dining:

  • Full kitchen (including several sets of Corningware and 3 colored Pyrex mixing bowls)
  • Pots and pans
  • Knives
  • Ronson Foodmatic
  • 2 toaster ovens (1 new in box)
  • Large collection of serving trays
  • Mid-century snack set
  • Lots of glassware
  • Small snack set – Crown Ducal Florentine – made in England
  • Lovely collection of antique sterling silver (including pitchers and tea service)
  • Large set of International sterling flatware – Spring Glory
  • 76 piece set of vintage Johnson Bros. English china – Springtime pattern
  • 58 piece set of solid white Swiss Chateau Blanc china
  • 61 pieces of Lenox china – Autumn pattern
  • 106 pieces of Noritake Ivory china – Norma pattern
  • Set of Noritake casual china – Elloree pattern
  • Butane portable burner (in box)
  • Bar ware

Miscellaneous:

  • Over 2500 new and used dvds, including blue-ray
  • Records - LPs, 78s, 45s
  • JFK memorabilia
  • Assorted games
  • Books (including many cookbooks and children’s books)
  • Fine linens
  • Lovely placemats
  • Fine collectors handbags
  • Costume and fine jewelry
  • Vintage collectible silk undies
  • Mink jacket
  • Ladies shoes – size 8 – like new
  • 6 plywood table tops
  • Folding chairs
  • Metal two-drawer file cabinet
  • Office supplies
  • RCA VCR
  • Cannon printer
  • Medical handicapped equipment (including hospital bed tray)

Garage and Appliances:

  • Maytag Bravos X washer and dryer
  • Westinghouse refrigerator with freezer across the top
  • Sanyo microwave
  • Eureka vacuum
  • Room air conditioner – new and in box
  • Portable air conditioner – new and in box
  • Craftsman 5600 watt, 10 HP generator – new and in box
  • Several small fans
  • Hunter very large standing fan (6 � feet tall)
  • Solar garden lights – new and in box
  • Decorative yard flags
  • Seasonal decorations (including Easter, Halloween and Christmas)
  • 4 plastic stackable arm chairs
  • Short clothes rack
  • Vintage French club tapestry luggage
  • Pup tent – sleeps 2 – new and in box
  • Lots of teaching materials for Pre-K – 2 (class sets, party favors, manipulatives, games, numbers area rug, plastic storage tubs and crates, learning center materials, books for class library)

Important Information concerning our tear-off tags:

Instructions:

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 SOLDAfter one hour if the Room Chairman does not have a sold Ticket, the item will again be made available for sale.

A stash table will be provided.  For ease in purchasing, please remember to bring return-address labels (with phone number), totes for small items, and packing for small glass items.    

We are sorry but we are unable to assist you in moving heavy items or in getting your items to your vehicle.  Please bring your own loading help.  Accommodations can be made to pick up your purchases later, if necessary. 

Markdowns will be Saturday morning.

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

First United Methodist Church

Estate Sale Committee                       .

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