ESTATE SALE

FRI.  Oct. 17, 12:30PM-5:30PM

SAT. Oct. 18, 9am-3PM

                              

225 LULLWATER DR.

ATHENS, GA.  30606



                               

SELLING THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THE HOUSE & IMPORTANT CIVIL WAR COLLECTION INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:    Watch for additional listing and photos. Victorian parlor set, antique rope bed, Federal-style tambour desk, pair of Eugene Thomas "Georgia Bellflower" end tables and a work table, antique brass bed, antique pine corner cupboard, primitive antique jelly cupboard with original red paint, Biggs table, set of 6 dining chairs, set 4 Victorian chairs, pr. primitive ladder back chairs, mahogany chests, mahogany work table, leather wingback chair, mahogany tables with leather inserts, small console table, drop-leaf dining table, Arts and Crafts drop-front desk, Boston rocker, early Hitchock chair, club chair, shaving mirror, antique flax wheel, antique music box, large antique writing desk, iron patio furniture, bookcases, lamps, prints, three McKenny & Hall Folio Indian prints, original art, Japanese woodblock prints, Currier & Ives prints, vintage linens, Sterling hollowware and flatware, Gorham Chantilly and International 1810, Fostoria American, crystal candelabras, cut-to-clear wine sets, Bendzunas glass, Pair of Old Paris Vases, copper  lustre, Lennox, Nippon, Wedgwood, EAPG,  antique milk glass animal dishes, set of Cape Cod glass, much vintage glass, Wedgwood, copper luster, cups and saucers, two late 1800's coverlets,  Blue Ridge, Royal Doulton figurine, antique brass coach lights, candlestick lamp, postcard collection, old photographs, 1930's herbarium, 1929 Georgia vs. Yale football ticket (dedication of Sanford Stadium), old Athens High memorabilia,  Lucy Cobb Institute memorabilia, much ephemera, old photographs, early maps of Georgia & Greene County, Georgia "Indian" Land Grants, Native American relics, stamps, coins, rare U.S. currency, WW II military items, books, vintage Christmas, tv, stereo,  washer-dryer, refrigerator, freezer, microwaves, yard tools, lawn mower, blower, antique plow, old concrete birdbath, swing. World War II militaria and large Civil War collection including the following:  Cook & Bros. Rifle, 1861 Tower musket, dug relics,  Confederate currency, Confederate Bonds including 2 Montgomery bonds, ambrotypes of Confederate soldiers in uniform (one is Lucas Lampkin of Athens), slave documents, letter from soldier at Vicksburg, signed Robert E. Lee CDV, other CDV's, Nathan B. Forrest signature, New York Herald announcing the death of Lincoln, many 1860-1866 Southern newspapers, CONFEDERATE VETERANS magazines, Map of Petersburg, many Georgia documents, Confederate broadside, many books , more than 150 of which are rare books and include:  Roman, MILITARY OPERATIONS OF GENRAL BEAUTREGARD, 2 VOLS, 1883, Davis, Jefferson, THE RISE AND FALL OF THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT, 2 Vols., 1881, Jordan & Pryor, THE CAMPAIGNS OF LIEUT-GENERAL N.B. FORREST AND OF FORREST'S CAVALRY, 1868, LeBree, ed., THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIER IN THE CIVIL WAR, 1895, Williamson, James, MOSLEY'S RANGERS:  RECORD OF THE OPERATIONS OF THE FORTY-THIRD BATTALION VIRGINIA CAVALRY, 1896, Wheeler, A REVISED SYSTEM OF CALVARY TACTICS FOR THE USE OF THE CAVALRY AND MOUNTED INFANTRY, CSA, 1863, Gibbes, WHO BURNT COLUMBIA, 1902, Kelley, IN VINCULIS OR PRISONER OF WAR, 1866, Clark, UNDER THE STARS AND BARS, MEMORIES OF FOUR YEARS SERVICE WITH THE OGLETHORPES OF AUGUST, GA., 1900, Mickle, William, WELL KNOWN CONFEDERATE VETERANAS AND THEIR WAR RECORDS, 1915,  Casler, FOUR YEARS IN THE STONEWALL BRIGADE, 1893,  JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, 3 Vols, 1862-1866,  Complete set of THE WAR OF REBELLION:  A COMPILATION OF THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES, 1880-1900, and much, much more.


THIS IS MY PARTY AND THESE ARE MY RULES:  Because of the shear number items in this sale and the limited space in the house we will limit the number of people  in the house.  NO NUMBERS WILL BE RECOGNIZED.  Anyone giving out numbers will be the last person allowed into the house, NO EXCEPTiONS.  No large bags or purses and all bags will be subject to search.  No food, no beverages as there are a number of rare paper items in this sale.   Please park so that school buses can get down the street.  There will be security on the premises.


This is one of the best sales we have had over the past 16 years.  Don't miss it!  NOTE the earlier starting time.  See ya' Friday.