Last Sale of the Year: Corvallis Estate Sale


Friday, December 13th 8am – 2pm
Saturday, December 14th 9am – 1pm

** Saturday is a discount day! Everything $45 and under is half off and other items are discounted!


1334 NW 23rd St
Corvallis OR 97330

From Kings St. in Corvallis, turn west onto Grant Ave, take the first right onto 23rd St, the sale will be up ahead on the left.


This is a residential neighborhood, please watch mailboxes, and driveways, and be kind to the neighbors!

The Goods:

Many treasures at the cash table, including a large collection of silver coins – trade dollar, Morgans, Libertys, foreign, bulk silver – and a set of incredible WWII 10X80 German Flak Artillery Binoculars.

In the kitchen you’ll find multiple sets of pots and pans, cookie cutters, cutting boards, bakeware, decorative plates, Pyrex, Fire King and Corning glassware, a Sharp microwave, Cuisinart small food processor, and Dormeyer mixwell. There is a large selection of silver plate, an assortment of Sterling pieces, and two sets of silver plated flatware, one 85 piece set and a 50 piece set. Don’t miss the complete set of Spode cowslip pattern, an assortment of brass and copper decorative items, vintage barware including Culvert. There is an assortment of cookbooks, handmade pottery pitchers and bowls, McCoy pottery, Hummel figurines, milk glass, and canning jars both clear and blue. There is a small wooden side table, Green Flexsteel upholstered armchair, small rolling entertainment cabinet, and oak fold out secretariat. There are two wonderful Hollywood creme and gold armchairs, small marble top table, as well as a Morris chair with tapestry upholstery.

Heading down the hall, you will see a collection of fun solar power toys on the window sills. The side hall to the left is full of cosmetics, towels, medical supplies, three white pitcher bowl sets, a ladies fur coat. 

In the first room on the left you will find Christmas has come early! With many ornaments, an antique pop up white Christmas tree, wreaths, holiday cards, and figurine Santas. A few decorations from other holidays have snuck in as well, including Easter bunnies, Halloween pumpkins, and Thanksgiving turkeys. There is a Yellow Formica Dining table with removable leaf.

The next room down is the office. It holds some sporting goods, including tennis rackets, golf clubs, a football, and baseball bat. There are CDs, VHS tapes, and a huge selection of albums including 78s, Panasonic speakers, old books,  collected newspapers and magazines from the 60s, as well as coin collection albums. There is a VHS video recorder, cassette recorders, vintage camera flashbulbs, vintage world globe on cast iron stand, antique hurricane lamps, and many film cameras including Kodak, Ziessikon, and Argus. There are art pieces around the room including multiple paintings, a carving of a water buffalo, art of vintage cars, angel statuettes, and a desk clock. 

One more door down there is a craft room full of sewing supplies with spare buttons, fabric, handkerchiefs, pillows, linens, placemats, a National sewing machine, and an antique sewing table. There is a dark burled walnut antique dresser, vintage ladies evening bags, antique chest commode, and vintage Clark’s thread store display box. On the side cabinet there are children’s toys including baby dolls, jack-in-the-boxes, metal toy cars, airplanes, and board games. 

In the back room you will find men’s clothing (size L and XL) including Eddie Bauer and Columbia, bins of scarves, shirts, Oregon State attire, and purses. There is a box of matching floor rugs, and two tapestry covered rocking chairs,. A large collection of vintage and new books fill the walls in this room, there are many genres represented here, historical, WWII, aeronautics, children’s, mystery, religion, and philosophy. Beneath the tables of books you will find sleeping bags, quilts and suitcases.

Behind the house there is a green patio table with glass top and two matching chairs, plastic patio chairs, more canning jars. There are outdoor supplies, a campstove, camp seats, folding card tables, galoshes, rucksacks, and coolers. A small selection of fishing gear: fishing weights, reels, and tackle boxes. There are many gardening pots and supplies, bird fountains, a wheelbarrow, Scott’s snap fertilizer spreader, sprinklers, hoses, and soaker hoses. There is an assortment of garden sculptures, bowling balls, glass art pieces, solar lights, hummingbird feeders, wood cookies. There are power tools including a Ryobi Easy Edge Edger, Black & Decker weed wacker, Ryobi leaf blower, Black & Decker edger, and Honda HRA214 lawn mower.

The back shed has a wood pile, scrap wood, shovels, pitch forks, rakes, hoes, and axes, more planter pots, planter trays, hoses, fertilizers, wire fencing and cinder blocks,

In the detached garage there is an antique wooden side table, roll up desk, desktop clocks, Miele vacuum. There are bins of hand tools including clippers, saws, ratchet sets, screwdrivers, and more. There are more Ryobi and Black & Decker power tools including hand drills, a Ryobi circular saw, Ryobi hedge trimmer, Edison bench grinder, Paramount leaf blower, and Craftsman Radial 100 radial arm saw. To go with these power tools are extension cords, tool belt bags, shop vac, a Black & Decker work bench, and two tall rolling tool chests. There are multiple antique home items including an old Pacific wood stove and oven, multiple trunks, a Coldspot chest freezer, and an antique full size bed set. A rolltop desk and full size wooden headboard are also here.


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