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FINAL DAY! ESTATE SALE; 50%_Off almost everything! (Westgate Drive (Mansfield))

FINAL DAY! ESTATE SALE; 50%_Off almost everything! (Westgate Drive (Mansfield))

  FINAL DAY! ESTATE SALE 50_Off almost everything! Westgate Drive Mansfield

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Estate of Anton (Tony) Stagl; Magda is alive and well, but has moved out of the large family home and took very little with her. House is for sale, so if you'd like a large ranch with a full basement, come check it out. House is located near the top of Westgate, almost to Maumee (not too far from the intersection of Park Avenue West and Trimble Road). So much stuff......little things everywhere! NOTE: the photos DO NOT show everything.
Here is a quick and impartial list of items at the sale: Full bedroom suite (4-piece; with Sealy Posturpedic mattress and box springs), wooden dinette table (6 chairs, 2 leaves, $40!), linens, seat valet, ladies' clothing, 2 different gold upholstered chairs, lamps, very small selection of costume jewelry, gold leaf tree, 2 single beds, shoes, misc pillows, gift bags and boxes, purses, small 2-stack desk, small octagonal end table, solo wood chair, luggage, leather briefcase, BOOKS, VHS tapes, plastic hangers, misc electronics: calculators, spellers, radios, clocks, tape players, nice CD player, poker chips and rack, S&P shakers, Goebel decanter w/ 6 cups, wind-up hula doll, ceramic Christmas tree, good 'ol German kissing bottle stopper, Montblanc fountain pens,
Vacuum cleaner or two, perhaps 20 pieces of silverplated items, coats, scarves, hankies, copper tone and aluminum cake savers, guitar, 2 older dolls (Horsman, and unknown German), ice buckets, Royal Copley vase, Hull Madonna, paper (?) egret, sea shell sailing ship, Presidential plates, wood saki set, August Forge plate, records (33, 45, and 78), 2 nice beer trays, Marx soldier, Anloid tug boat, steins, lamps, cameras: Polaroid Swinger, Sun, Disc, Canon Sure Shot, video camera; reel-to-reel tape player, Smith-Corona typewriter, assorted glassware, doilies,
Pyrex, Anchor Hocking, Fire King and more quality dishes, Danbury Mint collector plates (10 Commandments; and two others), Currier & Ives plates and bowl, small selection of kitchen cookware, pie plates!, kitchen gadgets, stemware, microwave, large doll, Nunome Willow dishes, St Pete's yearbooks, small washboard, vases, old Westinghouse timer, thermos / jugs, cool metal frame chair, 2-door shoe cabinet?, 2 sets metal shelving, atlases, German magazines, maps,
PAPER!!!: of all sorts: perhaps 1000 or more postcards (some good stuff; 50+ Mansfield, early 1900s, German, real photo), magazines, programs, yearbooks, ads, posters, books; 1950 Liederkranz soccer team photo, small nativity set, miscellaneous beer and bar items (coasters, ads, pourers, glasses, etc), cassettes, Radio Shack Space Attack tabletop pinball game, Gay Time quilted vinyl toy box w/ small selection of Fisher Price toys inside, small tv/dvd player combo, Soundesign stereo in end table (?), trophies,
Golf balls and tees, few non-lighted beer signs, life-size gal advertising beer stand-up, humidifier, projector, Brunswick pool table, pool cues, bar stool, flag on pedestal, cool scalloped edge corner mirror, former player piano, 3-foot Christmas tree, ~80 beer cans ($.50 each, or $8.00 for all), cool low-back 1960s? sofa, misc tables and chairs, brass spring balance, rugs, 5-drawer chest, hospital bed, cool white enamel table, musical violin decanter, Army field coat, paints; all the usual household, garden and garage liquids, sprays and other assorted toxins; image transfer unit, nice UPS wall clock, Kundo anniversary clock, sheet metal related books, materials and tools, old wood card table., expanding sewing cabinet, 4 6 ½ gallon glass jugs,
Shed still with lots of miscellaneous, car ramps, garden tools (long and short), trash cans, 3 aluminum ladders (5' step, 20' extension), Toro snow blower, pick, adz, extension cords, patio set, 6-drawer chest, 2-3 of my locking cases filled with good small stuff, child's springy horse, 2 3-speed bicycles, bed frame, snow shovels, TOOLS: power and hand, galvanized #10 watering can (painted green), Bordens milk box, Craftsman blower, electric hedge trimmers,
Magazines: 1,000s of Time, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, LIFE (1950s-2000s; most are $1.00 each; some better ones a little more), Thermos brand propane grill, license plates (late 1950s-1980s; solo and pairs), New York World's Fair collectibles, 4-drawer chest, 1964-1975 football card collection, Cleveland Indians and Browns pennants,
On Wednesday, I'll go through three large boxes of small collectibles and hope to finish pricing hundreds more postcards. Any items that don't get priced by the sale will be taken to the Flea Market on the 25th-26th (next weekend). So many things at the sale have a German theme, and I'll have many boxes of loose ($1.00, $.50 and $.25 items). So many little items!
Hope to see you there, Thursday and Friday. Thanks. Tim (419) 571-471sicks

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