Historic Irvington Mansion-Madam C. J. Walker
Listing ID#: 179282

Sale Location

Irvington, NY 10533
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Friday Jun 15, 2018 Completed
Saturday Jun 16, 2018 Completed
Sale Type
 Estate Sale 
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EstatesNY

Contact: Wendy King
Phone: 914-255-5776
Email: estatesny@gmail.com
Website: estatesny.com

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Cash and approved checks
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Madam C. J. Walker's Historic Mansion Estate Sale
 
We are selling the contents of this exquisite historic 34 room mansion featuring a fine collection of art by well known artists,  fine antiques, an exquisite French formal dining room suite, gorgeous Persian carpets, African art and artifacts, memorabilia, instruments, gym equipment, and a variety of other household items.
 
The art collection consists of the following:
Paintings by Clementine Hunter (often referred to as the equivalent Grandma Moses)
Rembrandt etchings
Miro, Dali and Lautrec signed lithographs and drawings
Calder, large fine mixed media
Tanner paintings (most distinguished African American artist of the 19th century)
Shearer  -- o/c paintings
Romare Bearden -- o/c several paintings
 
Photographs by famed photographer James Van der Zee, known for his work in the Harlem renaissance
 
Very special pen and watercolor portrait of Madam Walker that is worthy of being hung in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
 
Among the antiques are several French bombe chests with extraordinary marquetry, French garniture sets, Margaret Beaudette sculpture, antique lion's head throne chairs, German pendelum clock, carved pedestals, fruit wood four poster bedroom, many fine carpets, several pianos including a pianola, Amish fireplaces, antique serpentine chest with marble top, tufted down sofa, modern tufted leather lounge, Ivory coast masks and many African carvings, some unusual and vintage or antique, art glass, dry sinks and vintage antiques, folk art, carved book cases, also gym equipment-weight rack, abductor machine and True elliptical, household galore, and a treasure trove of discoveries!
 
The mansion, named Villa Lewaro was built in 1918 as Madam Walker's summer residence. She was the first American self made entrepreneur and millionairess....   and was famous for her community activism and philanthropy. 
 
Now you will have an opportunity to own a piece of her history .... Please join us at very special event.
 
If you would like to see additional pics please visit our website at estatesny.com.
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Contact: Wendy King
Phone: 914-255-5776
Sale Location
67 North Broadway
Irvington, NY 10533
Sale Dates and Times
Friday Jun 15, 2018 Completed
Saturday Jun 16, 2018 Completed
Sale Terms and Conditions
Cash and approved checks
Listing Details
Madam C. J. Walker's Historic Mansion Estate Sale
 
We are selling the contents of this exquisite historic 34 room mansion featuring a fine collection of art by well known artists,  fine antiques, an exquisite French formal dining room suite, gorgeous Persian carpets, African art and artifacts, memorabilia, instruments, gym equipment, and a variety of other household items.
 
The art collection consists of the following:
Paintings by Clementine Hunter (often referred to as the equivalent Grandma Moses)
Rembrandt etchings
Miro, Dali and Lautrec signed lithographs and drawings
Calder, large fine mixed media
Tanner paintings (most distinguished African American artist of the 19th century)
Shearer  -- o/c paintings
Romare Bearden -- o/c several paintings
 
Photographs by famed photographer James Van der Zee, known for his work in the Harlem renaissance
 
Very special pen and watercolor portrait of Madam Walker that is worthy of being hung in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
 
Among the antiques are several French bombe chests with extraordinary marquetry, French garniture sets, Margaret Beaudette sculpture, antique lion's head throne chairs, German pendelum clock, carved pedestals, fruit wood four poster bedroom, many fine carpets, several pianos including a pianola, Amish fireplaces, antique serpentine chest with marble top, tufted down sofa, modern tufted leather lounge, Ivory coast masks and many African carvings, some unusual and vintage or antique, art glass, dry sinks and vintage antiques, folk art, carved book cases, also gym equipment-weight rack, abductor machine and True elliptical, household galore, and a treasure trove of discoveries!
 
The mansion, named Villa Lewaro was built in 1918 as Madam Walker's summer residence. She was the first American self made entrepreneur and millionairess....   and was famous for her community activism and philanthropy. 
 
Now you will have an opportunity to own a piece of her history .... Please join us at very special event.
 
If you would like to see additional pics please visit our website at estatesny.com.
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Historic Irvington Mansion-Madam C. J. Walker
 Estate Sale
 
Sale Date(s)
Friday Jun 15, 2018 Completed
Saturday Jun 16, 2018 Completed
Sale Location

Irvington, NY 10533
Madam C. J. Walker's Historic Mansion Estate Sale
 
We are selling the contents of this exquisite historic 34 room mansion featuring a fine collection of art by well known artists,  fine antiques, an exquisite French formal dining room suite, gorgeous Persian carpets, African art and artifacts, memorabilia, instruments, gym equipment, and a variety of other household items.
 
The art collection consists of the following:
Paintings by Clementine Hunter (often referred to as the equivalent Grandma Moses)
Rembrandt etchings
Miro, Dali and Lautrec signed lithographs and drawings
Calder, large fine mixed media
Tanner paintings (most distinguished African American artist of the 19th century)
Shearer  -- o/c paintings
Romare Bearden -- o/c several paintings
 
Photographs by famed photographer James Van der Zee, known for his work in the Harlem renaissance
 
Very special pen and watercolor portrait of Madam Walker that is worthy of being hung in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
 
Among the antiques are several French bombe chests with extraordinary marquetry, French garniture sets, Margaret Beaudette sculpture, antique lion's head throne chairs, German pendelum clock, carved pedestals, fruit wood four poster bedroom, many fine carpets, several pianos including a pianola, Amish fireplaces, antique serpentine chest with marble top, tufted down sofa, modern tufted leather lounge, Ivory coast masks and many African carvings, some unusual and vintage or antique, art glass, dry sinks and vintage antiques, folk art, carved book cases, also gym equipment-weight rack, abductor machine and True elliptical, household galore, and a treasure trove of discoveries!
 
The mansion, named Villa Lewaro was built in 1918 as Madam Walker's summer residence. She was the first American self made entrepreneur and millionairess....   and was famous for her community activism and philanthropy. 
 
Now you will have an opportunity to own a piece of her history .... Please join us at very special event.
 
If you would like to see additional pics please visit our website at estatesny.com.