456 Hillsborough Blvd
San Mateo, CA 94402
Friday March 22nd, 9am-4pm
Saturday March 23rd, 9am-4pm
Available Items Include:
Antique Furniture including 19th c. American dental cabinet, late 19th c. Willimantic haberdashery display cabinet, French metal baker’s racks, lateral printer’s cabinet by Hamilton Manufacturing, barrister bookcase, large general store cabinet, baker’s table, regency style tufted leather chair, 18th c. Victorian Eastlake vanity with marble top, green painted wicker bench, needlepoint armchair, Victorian style poufs, petite mahogany display cabinet, mahogany drop leaf table, spindle table, pub dining table set with black leather benches, French bistro chairs, velvet chaise, brass bed frame, white iron bed frame, marble top dresser, needlepoint ottomans, steamer trunk, oversized wicker sofa with two chairs and matching scroll coffee table, Tiffany style light fixture, beautiful rugs.
Lovely eclectic art collection including a large framed floral tapestry, several framed gallery and event posters, framed advertising posters of different subjects, many framed prints and lithographs, framed late 1800’s antique needlepoint pieces by Rene Juillet, A Millet, G Fryda, M Hoki, Homer Costello, Susan Pear Meisel, Norman Graber, L Vallet, diverse collection of framed oil and watercolor paintings of different genres, vintage Schiltz advertisement with carved slogan in the frame, Charles Landseer etching, Dante MacLise etching, pen & ink by Pierre Mourgue, pair of colored etchings of Bachelor’s Hall, Sid Fischer painting, and much more
Antiques including Antonin Faugère Clock, Austrian fountain by Sigmund Weil, cast iron nautical anchor umbrella stand c.1850, stained glass fireplace screen, National Time Recorder regulator, La Tuasca jewelry boxes c.1910-1930, art deco telephones, stained glass panels, weathervane, c.1850’s framed sampler needlework, antique scale collection including English scales by Salter, an English Pollard Maker’s scale, Anderson Brothers scale from Scotland, and others by Sargeant, Hanson, and Home Pride. Antique clock collection including Seth Thomas, Evershed, C. Augood, and smaller mantle clocks of European origin. Large antique tin collection- tobacco, tea, mints, mustard, mostly American and some European,
Home decor and collectibles that include many equestrian and nautical themed items, Limoges and other European hand painted porcelain, cut crystal, cranberry glass, silver plate tea set and serving pieces, teacups, butter dishes, biscuit jars, compotes, spoon sets, spice jars, carving utensils, repousse boxes, antique vanity and shaving sets, collection of French perfume bottles, spectacles, footed mirrors, metal bound books and photo albums, antique picture frames, desk sets, brass clipboards, inkwells, wire baskets, belt buckles, cuff link sets, hat stands, coal box, TWA teacups, bar ware, decanters, beer stein, Wiinblad stein, Williamsburg pewter stein, whiskey jugs, ashtrays, medicine bottles, copper pans, enamel ware, stoneware crocks, large dish set of Franciscan Apple, white iron plant stand, ephemera, unframed gallery posters, fruit crate labels, Almanac calendars 1920s-1940s, marionette, ventriloquist doll, abacus, marble chess board, Bershaw book rest, brass letters, copper bed warmer, nail art sculptures, small figurines, cast iron pieces, Porcelain flowers, hand beaded flowers, Evette & Schaeffer Clarinet.
Estate sale line up, list, waiting and entrance procedures: The first person to arrive at the sale may start an entry list. This person and any person signing the list there after must remain in the area to keep their space in line. Going to the local coffee shop to get a drink or use the restroom is allowable. Going home, going to sleep, and coming back later is not. If you decide to leave the immediate area to use a restroom or get a drink/eat, it is suggested you let another person (that is also waiting for the sale to start) know that you are doing so. We cannot enforce or administer this policy or the list directly, so we ask that you police yourselves, and abide by the above policy.
Please bring your own bags/boxes/wrapping. We will have all hands on deck with the entire staff devoted to this project so you will have plenty of help out to your car as always! We look forward to seeing you soon!Sales tax for this sale will be 9%, resellers please have a copy of your license ready for us. We accept cash and credit cards, we do not sell items or give out items prices prior to the sale opening on Friday at 9am. As always, we have security on-site.