POSH ESTATE SALES PRESENTS "AN EASTERN SEABOARD" LIVING ESTATE SALE IN WHITE POINT ESTATES ON JAMES
Listing ID#: 231035

Sale Location

JAMES ISLAND, SC 29407
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Friday Mar 15, 2019 Completed
Saturday Mar 16, 2019 Completed
Sunday Mar 17, 2019 Completed
Sale Type
 Estate Sale 
Company Information
POSH Estate Sales & Palmetto Estate Liquidators

Contact: Candace
Phone: 8437359930
Email: candacedaugh@gmail.com
Website: www.POSH-Estate-Sales.com

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Listing Terms and Conditions
POSH accepts cash ONLY. All sales are sold as is and are final. All sold items must be removed before the end of the sale by the buyer's own "muscle". All deposits are non-refundable. POSH Estate Sale management reserves the right to deny access to any individual(s) if deemed necessary and for any reason.
Listing Information

The Three (3) Day Event will be held on site at
920 WHITE POINT BLVD.
JAMES ISLAND, SC 29412

 on
FRIDAY, MARCH 15
SATURDAY, MARCH 16
SUNDAY, MARCH 17

from
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

HIGHLIGHT OF SOME OF THE TREASURES INCLUDE:
​1. Small carousel horse, partially repainted. Bought as is in Houston, TX, in 1981.
 2. China cabinet. Made in the 1970's by Mr. Zaring of Zaring Antiques, Denver, PA. Period appropriate glass (may be old glass). Hinges and other hardware by Ball and Ball Hardware Reproductions in Denver, PA in Amish country.
3. American Flyer Wagon. 1984. 
4. Painted metal wall sculptures. Haiti.
5. Tall goose neck wood paddles/oven peel, probably walnut. PA Dutch, made around Lancaster County, PA in the 1970's. 
6. Brown chest with stenciled panels. Bought in Adamstown, PA in the 1970's.
7. Glass front cabinets in room over the garage. Came from a family owned store in Lewistown, Montana, used in the store for display until it closed in the 1980's. The base is next to them. The glass fronts close but are not well attached.
8. Wood desk on first floor. Used by an African American student from Charleston at Harvard University, according to his brother.
 9. Black metal bed frame. The pieces to make it a canopy bed are in the attic behind the bedroom.
 10. Cast iron fry pans hanging on the rack under the stove.
11. Corn bread pans.
12. Peruvian, Guatemalan, and El Salvadoran items bought on site between 1965 and 1969.
13. Oak icebox with original Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval and original funnel and other pieces to drain the water as the ice melted. Damage to top surface. Icebox came from the Dolliver family, Bar Harbor, ME. The Dolliver dump is where many believe that the disastrous fire of 1947 began; the fire burned 17,000 acres and destroyed over 200 houses in Bar Harbor, including many of the large mansions, changing the economy of the area from serving the wealthy to a tourist economy today.
 14. Ogee tall clock in closet. Original state. Bought in Adamstown or Denver, PA
15. Several other antique clocks, mostly bought in Adamstown and Denver, PA
16. Two wood side chairs. Belonged to a landman who acquired subsurface mineral rights for oil companies in Houston, TX. 
17. Large Scotch pine Christmas tree, 9' tall. In excellent condition, always stored in an air-conditioned closet inside the house. It was the display tree at Dillards.
18. Long walnut shelf, hanging from rafter in attic behind the bedroom. Handcrafted in 1979.
19. Twin bed headboard with bookshelf, built 1958 by a family member in Abington, PA. 
20. Nikon D60 camera and lenses. Well cared for, moderate use. Has not been used in 7-8 years. Original boxes.
21. Antique doll bed with homemade mattress cover. Bought 1985 in Adamstown or Denver, PA
22. Goose neck kitchen towel double bar. Adamstown or Denver, PA, bought in 1974 or 1975
 23. White hanging cabinet with glass doors. Removed from 1850's row house in Philadelphia, PA.
24. Ceramic angels wall sculptures. Bought Houston, TX in 1980's. Sunlight will cause fading.
 25. Oak oval table with 2 leaves (they don't match the table). 
26. Maple drop leaf table near front door. Bought in 
27.Antique PA Dutch lightning rod and weathervane with glass ball, used to protect homes and barns from lightning strikes that caused fires. Bought in Adamstown, PA in 1974. From Wikipedia: "The main purpose of these balls, however, is to provide evidence of a lightning strike by shattering or falling off. If after a storm a ball is discovered missing or broken, the property owner should then check the building, rod, and grounding wire for damage."

28. Iver Johnston bicycle. Bought 1937 in or around Southampton, PA. The back fender has holes for string to prevent a woman's skirts from getting caught in the wheel. Original condition. Well loved.
29. Mexican cargo tricycle. Bought new in 1995 in Monterrey, Mexico. These tricycles are used as local taxis and vendors in the Yucatan peninsula.
30. Gitane road bike, bought used in 1971 and restored in the 1990's.
31. Jamis women's comfort bike. $700+ new in 200? Front and rear shock absorbers.
32. Jamis men's bike with original instruction book.
33. Upper case stained glass window in closet in middle 2nd floor bedroom. Family piece from late 1800's or early 1900's home in Houston, TX. 
34. Early American hooded cradle. Bought in eastern PA in 1984. Has a homemade foam mattress and mattress cover.
35. Tall pine cabinet with hand carved doors. Bought in Charleston, SC in 2003.
36. Dark wood ogee mirror. Bought in Adamstown or Denver, PA in the 1970's.
37. 3 19th century primitive plank bottom chairs in original finish. Bought in the 1970's in eastern PA.
38. Primitive rocking horse on stand with horse hair tail and mane.. In original condition. 18th or 19th century. Bought in eastern PA, likely in Adamstown or Denver, in the 1970's.
39. Andirons in fireplace. Balls from top were removed and saved. They are next to the andirons. Acquired in Bar Harbor, ME, from a scientist's house that burned down in the 1970's.
40. Lionel trains, bought in PA in 1945. Original condition, stored and not used for most of the years since then.
41. Primitive farmhouse drop-leaf table in room over garage. Bought in eastern PA in the 1980's.
42. Walnut drop-leaf table in dining room. Bought in eastern PA in the 1980's.
43. Tailor's mirror in front hall. I'm guessing early 1900's. Came from an 1850's house in Philadelphia but that wasn't its origin. 
44. Ladder back chair with rush seat. Early American, bought in eastern PA. 
45. A mechanical bank "Milking Cow" by JE Stevens Co. Victorian. It was valued at $5000 in 2007.
46. The chest that looks something like a coffin is Mexican with original inscription on the inside of the lid. Bought in the Texas Hill Country in the 1980's.
47. The hooded cradle is of Pennsylvania origin, 19th century. Bought in eastern PA for our daughter.
48. Pine cobbler's bench with dividers and leather insert, early 19th century. 
49. Large tailor's mirror is Victorian.
50. The ogee clock is by New Haven Clock Co, circa 1840.
51. The duck decoy is signed Holly in pencil.
52. The Pillar and Scroll clock is Eli Terry and was valued at $3,000 in 2007.

SOME ITEMS SHOWN ON THE WEBSITE MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE
CASH AND CHECKS ONLY WITH PROPER ID
​ALL SALES ARE FINAL
ALL SALES ARE SOLD "AS IS"
ALL DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
NEITHER POSH NOR THE OWNER ARE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY OR VEHICULAR DAMAGE WHILE AT THE SALE OR ON THE PROPERTY.

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POSH Estate Sales & Palmetto Estate Liquidators

POSH Estate Sales & Palmetto Estate Liquidators


Contact: Candace
Phone: 8437359930
Sale Location
920 WHITE POINT BLVD.
JAMES ISLAND, SC 29407
Sale Dates and Times
Friday Mar 15, 2019 Completed
Saturday Mar 16, 2019 Completed
Sunday Mar 17, 2019 Completed
Sale Terms and Conditions
POSH accepts cash ONLY. All sales are sold as is and are final. All sold items must be removed before the end of the sale by the buyer's own "muscle". All deposits are non-refundable. POSH Estate Sale management reserves the right to deny access to any individual(s) if deemed necessary and for any reason.
Listing Details

The Three (3) Day Event will be held on site at
920 WHITE POINT BLVD.
JAMES ISLAND, SC 29412

 on
FRIDAY, MARCH 15
SATURDAY, MARCH 16
SUNDAY, MARCH 17

from
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

HIGHLIGHT OF SOME OF THE TREASURES INCLUDE:
​1. Small carousel horse, partially repainted. Bought as is in Houston, TX, in 1981.
 2. China cabinet. Made in the 1970's by Mr. Zaring of Zaring Antiques, Denver, PA. Period appropriate glass (may be old glass). Hinges and other hardware by Ball and Ball Hardware Reproductions in Denver, PA in Amish country.
3. American Flyer Wagon. 1984. 
4. Painted metal wall sculptures. Haiti.
5. Tall goose neck wood paddles/oven peel, probably walnut. PA Dutch, made around Lancaster County, PA in the 1970's. 
6. Brown chest with stenciled panels. Bought in Adamstown, PA in the 1970's.
7. Glass front cabinets in room over the garage. Came from a family owned store in Lewistown, Montana, used in the store for display until it closed in the 1980's. The base is next to them. The glass fronts close but are not well attached.
8. Wood desk on first floor. Used by an African American student from Charleston at Harvard University, according to his brother.
 9. Black metal bed frame. The pieces to make it a canopy bed are in the attic behind the bedroom.
 10. Cast iron fry pans hanging on the rack under the stove.
11. Corn bread pans.
12. Peruvian, Guatemalan, and El Salvadoran items bought on site between 1965 and 1969.
13. Oak icebox with original Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval and original funnel and other pieces to drain the water as the ice melted. Damage to top surface. Icebox came from the Dolliver family, Bar Harbor, ME. The Dolliver dump is where many believe that the disastrous fire of 1947 began; the fire burned 17,000 acres and destroyed over 200 houses in Bar Harbor, including many of the large mansions, changing the economy of the area from serving the wealthy to a tourist economy today.
 14. Ogee tall clock in closet. Original state. Bought in Adamstown or Denver, PA
15. Several other antique clocks, mostly bought in Adamstown and Denver, PA
16. Two wood side chairs. Belonged to a landman who acquired subsurface mineral rights for oil companies in Houston, TX. 
17. Large Scotch pine Christmas tree, 9' tall. In excellent condition, always stored in an air-conditioned closet inside the house. It was the display tree at Dillards.
18. Long walnut shelf, hanging from rafter in attic behind the bedroom. Handcrafted in 1979.
19. Twin bed headboard with bookshelf, built 1958 by a family member in Abington, PA. 
20. Nikon D60 camera and lenses. Well cared for, moderate use. Has not been used in 7-8 years. Original boxes.
21. Antique doll bed with homemade mattress cover. Bought 1985 in Adamstown or Denver, PA
22. Goose neck kitchen towel double bar. Adamstown or Denver, PA, bought in 1974 or 1975
 23. White hanging cabinet with glass doors. Removed from 1850's row house in Philadelphia, PA.
24. Ceramic angels wall sculptures. Bought Houston, TX in 1980's. Sunlight will cause fading.
 25. Oak oval table with 2 leaves (they don't match the table). 
26. Maple drop leaf table near front door. Bought in 
27.Antique PA Dutch lightning rod and weathervane with glass ball, used to protect homes and barns from lightning strikes that caused fires. Bought in Adamstown, PA in 1974. From Wikipedia: "The main purpose of these balls, however, is to provide evidence of a lightning strike by shattering or falling off. If after a storm a ball is discovered missing or broken, the property owner should then check the building, rod, and grounding wire for damage."

28. Iver Johnston bicycle. Bought 1937 in or around Southampton, PA. The back fender has holes for string to prevent a woman's skirts from getting caught in the wheel. Original condition. Well loved.
29. Mexican cargo tricycle. Bought new in 1995 in Monterrey, Mexico. These tricycles are used as local taxis and vendors in the Yucatan peninsula.
30. Gitane road bike, bought used in 1971 and restored in the 1990's.
31. Jamis women's comfort bike. $700+ new in 200? Front and rear shock absorbers.
32. Jamis men's bike with original instruction book.
33. Upper case stained glass window in closet in middle 2nd floor bedroom. Family piece from late 1800's or early 1900's home in Houston, TX. 
34. Early American hooded cradle. Bought in eastern PA in 1984. Has a homemade foam mattress and mattress cover.
35. Tall pine cabinet with hand carved doors. Bought in Charleston, SC in 2003.
36. Dark wood ogee mirror. Bought in Adamstown or Denver, PA in the 1970's.
37. 3 19th century primitive plank bottom chairs in original finish. Bought in the 1970's in eastern PA.
38. Primitive rocking horse on stand with horse hair tail and mane.. In original condition. 18th or 19th century. Bought in eastern PA, likely in Adamstown or Denver, in the 1970's.
39. Andirons in fireplace. Balls from top were removed and saved. They are next to the andirons. Acquired in Bar Harbor, ME, from a scientist's house that burned down in the 1970's.
40. Lionel trains, bought in PA in 1945. Original condition, stored and not used for most of the years since then.
41. Primitive farmhouse drop-leaf table in room over garage. Bought in eastern PA in the 1980's.
42. Walnut drop-leaf table in dining room. Bought in eastern PA in the 1980's.
43. Tailor's mirror in front hall. I'm guessing early 1900's. Came from an 1850's house in Philadelphia but that wasn't its origin. 
44. Ladder back chair with rush seat. Early American, bought in eastern PA. 
45. A mechanical bank "Milking Cow" by JE Stevens Co. Victorian. It was valued at $5000 in 2007.
46. The chest that looks something like a coffin is Mexican with original inscription on the inside of the lid. Bought in the Texas Hill Country in the 1980's.
47. The hooded cradle is of Pennsylvania origin, 19th century. Bought in eastern PA for our daughter.
48. Pine cobbler's bench with dividers and leather insert, early 19th century. 
49. Large tailor's mirror is Victorian.
50. The ogee clock is by New Haven Clock Co, circa 1840.
51. The duck decoy is signed Holly in pencil.
52. The Pillar and Scroll clock is Eli Terry and was valued at $3,000 in 2007.

SOME ITEMS SHOWN ON THE WEBSITE MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE
CASH AND CHECKS ONLY WITH PROPER ID
​ALL SALES ARE FINAL
ALL SALES ARE SOLD "AS IS"
ALL DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
NEITHER POSH NOR THE OWNER ARE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY OR VEHICULAR DAMAGE WHILE AT THE SALE OR ON THE PROPERTY.

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POSH ESTATE SALES PRESENTS "AN EASTERN SEABOARD" LIVING ESTATE SALE IN WHITE POINT ESTATES ON JAMES
 Estate Sale
 
Sale Date(s)
Friday Mar 15, 2019 Completed
Saturday Mar 16, 2019 Completed
Sunday Mar 17, 2019 Completed
Sale Location

JAMES ISLAND, SC 29407
Company
POSH Estate Sales & Palmetto Estate Liquidators

Contact: Candace
Phone: 8437359930
Email: candacedaugh@gmail.com
Website: www.POSH-Estate-Sales.com

The Three (3) Day Event will be held on site at
920 WHITE POINT BLVD.
JAMES ISLAND, SC 29412

 on
FRIDAY, MARCH 15
SATURDAY, MARCH 16
SUNDAY, MARCH 17

from
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

HIGHLIGHT OF SOME OF THE TREASURES INCLUDE:
​1. Small carousel horse, partially repainted. Bought as is in Houston, TX, in 1981.
 2. China cabinet. Made in the 1970's by Mr. Zaring of Zaring Antiques, Denver, PA. Period appropriate glass (may be old glass). Hinges and other hardware by Ball and Ball Hardware Reproductions in Denver, PA in Amish country.
3. American Flyer Wagon. 1984. 
4. Painted metal wall sculptures. Haiti.
5. Tall goose neck wood paddles/oven peel, probably walnut. PA Dutch, made around Lancaster County, PA in the 1970's. 
6. Brown chest with stenciled panels. Bought in Adamstown, PA in the 1970's.
7. Glass front cabinets in room over the garage. Came from a family owned store in Lewistown, Montana, used in the store for display until it closed in the 1980's. The base is next to them. The glass fronts close but are not well attached.
8. Wood desk on first floor. Used by an African American student from Charleston at Harvard University, according to his brother.
 9. Black metal bed frame. The pieces to make it a canopy bed are in the attic behind the bedroom.
 10. Cast iron fry pans hanging on the rack under the stove.
11. Corn bread pans.
12. Peruvian, Guatemalan, and El Salvadoran items bought on site between 1965 and 1969.
13. Oak icebox with original Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval and original funnel and other pieces to drain the water as the ice melted. Damage to top surface. Icebox came from the Dolliver family, Bar Harbor, ME. The Dolliver dump is where many believe that the disastrous fire of 1947 began; the fire burned 17,000 acres and destroyed over 200 houses in Bar Harbor, including many of the large mansions, changing the economy of the area from serving the wealthy to a tourist economy today.
 14. Ogee tall clock in closet. Original state. Bought in Adamstown or Denver, PA
15. Several other antique clocks, mostly bought in Adamstown and Denver, PA
16. Two wood side chairs. Belonged to a landman who acquired subsurface mineral rights for oil companies in Houston, TX. 
17. Large Scotch pine Christmas tree, 9' tall. In excellent condition, always stored in an air-conditioned closet inside the house. It was the display tree at Dillards.
18. Long walnut shelf, hanging from rafter in attic behind the bedroom. Handcrafted in 1979.
19. Twin bed headboard with bookshelf, built 1958 by a family member in Abington, PA. 
20. Nikon D60 camera and lenses. Well cared for, moderate use. Has not been used in 7-8 years. Original boxes.
21. Antique doll bed with homemade mattress cover. Bought 1985 in Adamstown or Denver, PA
22. Goose neck kitchen towel double bar. Adamstown or Denver, PA, bought in 1974 or 1975
 23. White hanging cabinet with glass doors. Removed from 1850's row house in Philadelphia, PA.
24. Ceramic angels wall sculptures. Bought Houston, TX in 1980's. Sunlight will cause fading.
 25. Oak oval table with 2 leaves (they don't match the table). 
26. Maple drop leaf table near front door. Bought in 
27.Antique PA Dutch lightning rod and weathervane with glass ball, used to protect homes and barns from lightning strikes that caused fires. Bought in Adamstown, PA in 1974. From Wikipedia: "The main purpose of these balls, however, is to provide evidence of a lightning strike by shattering or falling off. If after a storm a ball is discovered missing or broken, the property owner should then check the building, rod, and grounding wire for damage."

28. Iver Johnston bicycle. Bought 1937 in or around Southampton, PA. The back fender has holes for string to prevent a woman's skirts from getting caught in the wheel. Original condition. Well loved.
29. Mexican cargo tricycle. Bought new in 1995 in Monterrey, Mexico. These tricycles are used as local taxis and vendors in the Yucatan peninsula.
30. Gitane road bike, bought used in 1971 and restored in the 1990's.
31. Jamis women's comfort bike. $700+ new in 200? Front and rear shock absorbers.
32. Jamis men's bike with original instruction book.
33. Upper case stained glass window in closet in middle 2nd floor bedroom. Family piece from late 1800's or early 1900's home in Houston, TX. 
34. Early American hooded cradle. Bought in eastern PA in 1984. Has a homemade foam mattress and mattress cover.
35. Tall pine cabinet with hand carved doors. Bought in Charleston, SC in 2003.
36. Dark wood ogee mirror. Bought in Adamstown or Denver, PA in the 1970's.
37. 3 19th century primitive plank bottom chairs in original finish. Bought in the 1970's in eastern PA.
38. Primitive rocking horse on stand with horse hair tail and mane.. In original condition. 18th or 19th century. Bought in eastern PA, likely in Adamstown or Denver, in the 1970's.
39. Andirons in fireplace. Balls from top were removed and saved. They are next to the andirons. Acquired in Bar Harbor, ME, from a scientist's house that burned down in the 1970's.
40. Lionel trains, bought in PA in 1945. Original condition, stored and not used for most of the years since then.
41. Primitive farmhouse drop-leaf table in room over garage. Bought in eastern PA in the 1980's.
42. Walnut drop-leaf table in dining room. Bought in eastern PA in the 1980's.
43. Tailor's mirror in front hall. I'm guessing early 1900's. Came from an 1850's house in Philadelphia but that wasn't its origin. 
44. Ladder back chair with rush seat. Early American, bought in eastern PA. 
45. A mechanical bank "Milking Cow" by JE Stevens Co. Victorian. It was valued at $5000 in 2007.
46. The chest that looks something like a coffin is Mexican with original inscription on the inside of the lid. Bought in the Texas Hill Country in the 1980's.
47. The hooded cradle is of Pennsylvania origin, 19th century. Bought in eastern PA for our daughter.
48. Pine cobbler's bench with dividers and leather insert, early 19th century. 
49. Large tailor's mirror is Victorian.
50. The ogee clock is by New Haven Clock Co, circa 1840.
51. The duck decoy is signed Holly in pencil.
52. The Pillar and Scroll clock is Eli Terry and was valued at $3,000 in 2007.

SOME ITEMS SHOWN ON THE WEBSITE MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE
CASH AND CHECKS ONLY WITH PROPER ID
​ALL SALES ARE FINAL
ALL SALES ARE SOLD "AS IS"
ALL DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
NEITHER POSH NOR THE OWNER ARE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY OR VEHICULAR DAMAGE WHILE AT THE SALE OR ON THE PROPERTY.