Friday, January 24th 8am – 2pm
Saturday, January 25th 9am – 1pm
** Saturday is a discount day! Everything $45 and under is half off and other items are discounted!
222 NW 7th St
Corvallis, OR 97330
From HWY 99 into Corvallis turn onto Harrison Blvd Turn left onto 7th St, the sale will be a block and a half down the road on the right.
This sale is located within a City of Corvallis residential parking zone. As such parking is limited to 2 hours on Friday. The street parking here is limited, so you may need to park a block or two away and walk to the sale. As always, any purchased items can be held momentarily while you bring your vehicle closer to collect them.
Take a peek in the driveway at the array of garden tools, planters, and other outdoor items.
As you step into this historic 3-story home, there is a vintage Zenith console television, displaying a collection of red glass. Next to it is a vintage two drawer trunk, a drop leaf desk showcasing a collection of depression glass and ruby cut glass.
Be sure to stop at the cash table to see the Stradivari sterling and the four Michelangelo solid sterling silver plates.
Moving on into the dining room, you will find a shelf full of colored glass, including Florentine, depression, Fenton and slag, right next to a Steinway piano and an assortment of small musical instruments including tambourines, a metronome, flute, a bin of violin accessories and strings and a Hohner Soprano Melodica. Directly ahead is a sheet music cabinet, with a collection of vintage colored bottles on top. Take a look at the vintage pole double lantern hurricane lamp fix next to it before moving to the dining cabinet which holds an assortment of blue and white china including Wedgewood. Be sure to notice the Palmer method of business writing set up with music scrolls as well as an autoharp, a whimsical wall clock and other art. There is a selection of vintage wrought iron floor lamps, a dark wood pedestal base dining room table with six chairs, Pfaltzgraff and salt glaze pottery and a collection of bone china cups.
Take a left into the office where you will find a free cream-colored sofa, a selection of framed art and frames, along with a Sony VHS player, a Sony quartz lock turntable, and a large collection of books. There is a small bookcase with vintage cookbooks and history books, a selection of Bibles, including an antique parallel Bible, groupings of brass and copper knick knacks, vintage bookends, figurines and wooden boxes, vintage folding chairs, orchestra posters, a large selection of records, small cameras including Vivitar and Nikon as well as an assortment of office supplies and an adorable students desk with cubby holes. There are antique floor lamps, a small rustic dresser, and more.
On to the kitchen where you’ll find a selection of cast iron on the stove, as well as a Bethany krumkake baker still in the box, a portable dishwasher with a display pottery on top, tables crammed with metal bowls and small appliances including blenders and crock pots, kitchen linens, vintage pottery and dishes, Pyrex bowls, Botanic Garden dishes, colored glass, crystal and cut glass, large assortment of Pyrex, miscellaneous pottery pitchers, a vintage KitchenAid mixer, vintage chocolate molds, vintage kitchen utensils, and more.
On the landing between the kitchen and basement is a collection of canned goods, a Whirlpool dryer, a Fisher Paykel washer, shelves full of copper and metal knick-knacks, canisters, vintage ink bottles, a collection of vintage colored medicine and food bottles.
Continue on down the stairs to the basement where there are tables of tools and hardware, a full size ping pong table, a rack of vintage children’s costumes, assorted dressers, metal storage cabinets, collections of china and pewter collector plates including Limoges, wood fruit boxes, framed and unframed art, camping equipment, candles, office supplies, fishing rods and fishing gear, Christmas ornaments and wrap, a pair of carved twin beds, vintage magazines, and so much more.
All right, let’s get those steps in! Back up the stairs and up one more level.
In the first bedroom, you will find a vintage Singer cabinet sewing machine, a carved wooden vanity, two vintage steamer trunks filled with linens and pillows, hurricane candle lamps with crystal pendants, hanging hurricane swag lamps, vintage fans, antique rocking chairs, various collections of plates, wicker and red velvet armchair, two twin bed frames, a collection of men’s Pendleton shirts, a small collection of women’s clothing including imported Irish and Finnish sweaters, size medium to large, vintage tea party dresses, and a large selection of vintage Samsonite luggage. There is also a Healthrider exerciser and a vintage flight suit. On the small wicker table inside the door is an assortment of costume jewelry, and over the door is a vintage Japanese silk tapestry.
In the back left hand bedroom, you will find an inlaid full size bed with matching vanity, an assortment of vintage linens including Chenille. There is a nightstand, depression glass and clocks, multiple quilts, brand new sheet sets (full and twin), a 1950s organza tea party dress, wicker trunk, wool blankets, and an overstuffed studded red velvet chair.
Directly across the hall is the toy room with a charming spool work dresser in need of love, a collection of Breyer horses, multiple Peter Rabbit nursery sets by Wedgwood, a Singer sewing machine and small sewing table, sewing notions and baskets, vintage toys including wooden Fisher Price toys, a small cut out bookcase with nick-nacks and toys, an array of china figurines, vintage tin toys including a Sunny Maid toaster, bags of tiny toys and card games, marble games, Chinese checkers and tinker toys, puzzles and two cast iron toy stoves. You will also find boxes of fabric and shelves of antique children’s books. On the wall is another collection of plates including Norman Rockwell, Christmas, and other whimsical pottery.
Hope to see you there.
**Photos will be up on Craigslist on Thursday, please search “QBO”.
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