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Large collection of Bee Gees ephemera, cds, vinyl records. Some of the Cds include other artists that covered their songs. Includes Bee Gees Biography, again with articles, tour book. 1970's Fan club membership book and other memorabilia. Come to category B time slot. A partial listing of CD's: [1967] Bee Gees First (#7 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 825-220- [1968] Horizontal (#12 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 833-659-2 [1968] Idea (#17 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 833-660-2 [1969] Odessa (#20 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 825-451-2 [1969] Cucumber Castle Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 833 783-2 [1971] Two Years On (#32 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 833 785-2 [1971] Two Years On Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 833 785-2 Second copy [1971] Trafalgar (#34 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 833 786-2 [1972] To Whom It May Concern (#35 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 833 787-2 [1973] Life In A Tin Can Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 833-788-2 [1974] Mr. Natural Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 833 789-2 [1975] Main Course (#14 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 833 790-2 [1976] Children of the World (#8 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 823 658-2 [1979] Spirits (Having Flown) (#1 for 6 weeks, Billboard charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 827 335-2 [1981] Living Eyes [import from Japan] Label: POLYDOR (Japan) Cat #: POCP-2244 -$25 [1987] E.S.P. Label: WARNER BROTHERS Cat #: 2-25541 [1989] One Label: WARNER BROTHERS Cat #: 2-25887 [1991] High Civilization Label: WARNER BROTHERS Cat #: 2-26530 [1993] Size Isn't Everything Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 521 055-2 [1997] Still Waters Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 537 302-2 [2001] This Is Where I Came In Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 549 458-2 LIVE CD’s: [1998] One Night Only (Live) Label: POLYGRAM/UNIVERSAL Cat#: 559 220-2 - $10 [1998] One Night Only (Live) Second copy Label: POLYGRAM/UNIVERSAL Cat#: 559 220-2 - $10 GREATEST HITS & MISC TRIBUTE COMPILATIONS – CD’s: [1969] Best of Bee Gees (#9 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 831 594-2 -$5 [1973] Best of Bee Gees, Vol. 2 Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 831 960-2 -$5 [1980] Bee Gees Greatest (#1 Billboard album charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 800 071-2 -$10 [1990] Tales of the Brothers Gibb - A History In Song, IN BOX including book - Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 843 911-2 --$75 4 [1997] We Love the Bee Gees Label: BMG Cat #: 74321 55186-2 -$8 [1997] We Love the Bee Gees - Label: BMG Cat #: 74321 55186-2 Second Copy -$8 [1998] Bee Gees Tribute Album – Gotta Get a Message to You - Recorded in Aid of Live Challenge Label: POLYDOR Cat # 589 287-3 -$10 [1995] Bee Gees – To Be Or Not to Be (UK Import) - Australia Period Label: THUNDERBOLT Cat #: CDTB 170 -$10 [1996] Bee Gees – Spicks & Specks (UK Import) – Australia Period Label: JAVELIN Cat # HADCD 105 -$10 [1996] Soul of the Bee Gees – The Grooviest Songs as Performed By various artists Label: THE RIGHT STUFF/CAPITOL Cat # 7243-8-35600-2-8 -$8 [- ] Bee Gees – Ever Increasing Circles (UK Import) {SEALED} Australia Period Label: TKO MAGNUM MUSIC Cat # MM 001 -$10 [1997] Tribute to the Music of the Bee Gees Label: CDC Music Cat # 07742 -$10 [1998] Dance Hits From Saturday Night Fever – Canada Label: PLATINUM/PDC MUSIC Cat #:08572 -$8 [2000] Stars of Studio 99 perform ‘A Tribute to the Bee Gees’ – Canada Label: LEGACY Cat #: BMP026 -$5 [2001] The Record Label: UNIVERSAL Cat #: 573 6555-7 -$10 [2004] Number Ones Label: POLYDOR/UNIVERSAL Cat #: 986 883-8 -$5 [2004] The Bee Gees Songbook (Import UK) Label: Demon Music Group Cat # MCCD541 -$15 [2004] Maybe Someone is Digging Underground - Songs of the Bee Gees Label: CASTLE MUSIC Cat # CMQCD 963 -$10 SOUNDTRACK CD’s: [1977] Saturday Night Fever (#1 for 24 weeks Billboard charts) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 4228253892 -$10 [1978] Grease (movie soundtrack) Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 825 095-2 -$8 [1978] Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Bee Gees and other artists sing Beatles covers for this Soundtrack. Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 3145570762 -$5 [1983] Stayin' Alive Label: POLYDOR Cat #: 4228132692 -$5 SOLO RELEASES – CD’s- BARRY: [1988] Childhood Days – Dutch CD WORK FOR, WITH & BY OTHER ARTISTS – CD’s: $8 Each (except where noted) [1979] Chicago - Hot Streets – Gibb backing vocals on "Little Miss Lovin'." $10 [1980] Barbra Streisand - Album: "Guilty" Label: COLUMBIA Cat #: CK-36750 -$5 [1983] Kenny Rogers - Album: "Eyes That See In The Dark" Label: RCA Cat #: PCD1-4697 -$10 [1985] Diana Ross - Album: "Eaten Alive" [out of print in US] Label: RCA Cat #: PCD1-5422 -$10 [1989] Barbra Streisand – Collection Barry sings duets on "Gulity" & "What Kind of Fool” includes Woman in Love with Barbra. Label: COLUMBIA Cat #: CK-45369 -$5 [1993] Lulu – Independence Co-produced by B, M Gibb with backing vocals Label: SBK Cat # 0777 7 81304-2 -$12 [1994] Catherine – Better Living Through Noise, Features “Every Christian Lionhearted Man Will Show You” Label: TVT RECORDS Cat #: TVT 4820 7 ." $8 [1995] Tapestry Revisited - A Tribute to Carole King - performed by various artists The Bee Gees sing Carole King composition "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" Label: Lava Records Cat #: 92604-2 -$10 [1996] Paul Anka – Amigos (SEALED) - "Barry sings backround vocals with Paul and Anthea Anka on the song "Yo Te Amo" (Do I Love You). It's a very light, breezy ballad, and the three voices meld quite nicely. Label: COLUMBIA Cat #: CDT 82002/2-479878 -$10 [1996] N-Trance – Electronic Pleasure, Features ‘Stayin Alive’ Label: RADIKAL Cat #: 01624-16450- 2 ." $8 [1996] Jordan Hill Self Titled, Features ”Too Much Heaven” Label: 143/ATLANTIC Cat # 82849-2 ." $8 [1997] Celine Dion – Let’s Talk About Love – Features “Immortality” Label: Sony 550 Music Cat #:BK08861 - $5 [1997] Wyclef Jean The Carnival, featuring Refugee Allstars – Features “We Are Trying to Stay Alive” Label: RUFFHOUSE/COLUMBIA CK 67974 - $5 6 [2003] Michael Buble – Features “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart” Label REPRISE Cat #: 48378-3 - $5 [2005] Streisand – Guilty 25th Anniversary Edition – DUALDISC CD/DVD Label: COLUMBIA Cat # CN 85155 - $15 [2005] Streisand – Guilty Pleasures – DUALDISC 2 sided CD/DVD Label: COLUMBIA Cat # CN 94997 -$15 [1979] Tour Book Original tour program from the BEE GEES 1979 SPIRITS HAVE FLOWN Tour. Oversized program with 22 pages of great color photos of the band, both on and off stage, with text and quotes, a discography and includes the original merchandise insert! Measures 11" x 14". Good to excellent condition. 1979] "The Authorized Biography" Written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb as told to David Leaf Dell Publishing, 1979 DESC: In this hard to find copy of a large hard-softcover book, you'll be treated to many enjoying (and some surprising) anecdotes about the Gibb Family and the Bros' rise to stardom. Includes many, many, original photos and a large, full color foldout poster. 1978] "The Bee Gees" Written by Kim Stevens PUBLISHER: Quick Fox DESC: This is a large paperback with a photo of the Bee Gees dressed in full Sgt. Pepper regalia on the front (headshots only) - 92 pages with many photos [1978] Official Bee Gees Fan Club Kit containing Personal Message from the BG’s on 7” single (not included) Including Newsletters Vol1, No1; Vol 2, No1&Vol2,No2 [2004] US Goldmine magazine issue #629 - features an interview from 1997 with Maurice Gibb. In it Maurice Gibb talked about the Bee Gees career, their admiration for the Beatles, how some of their best-known songs were born, the lack of promotion in the US in the 80s, how proud he was of 'Fanny' MINT CONDITION Various Magazines Featuring Bee Gees [1997] Spring BMI Music World: “For the Bee Gees, The Songs Tell the Story’; [1997} May 23 Entertainment – “Bee Gees, Trying to get that Fever Again”; [1979} Nov 27 - US “Bee Gees, Why They’re Breaking Up”; [1979} Dec 25 – Circus “Bee Gees, The Truth about the Breakup Rumors” [1979} August 6 People, “Hanging Out With the Bee Gees”; [1978] Dell Publishing – Bee Gees From Hot Rock to Disco – full magazine spread. HUGE File Folder of various articles, clippings and fold out color pictures and posters circa 1975 – 1980’s -- Best Offer -- Price TBD 3 Issues Bee Gee’s Quarterly – Official Fan Club December 2001; March 2001; June/Sept 2001; Newsletters –

Relief paper art signed by Judith Ingram in 1977, that was purchased and on display at a well established Philadelphia advertising agency. Title: Morning Light 6 of 20. 22.75X29 Heavy distressed wood frame, in very good condition. Its really hard for the camera to pick up the soft detail of the relief pattern in the same vanilla white color as the paper background. It truly must be seen to be appreciated. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot. Background on Artist: Judith Ingram was exposed to art at an early age. Her mother was the fashion editor at the Philadelphia Public Record. In the late 1940s, Ingram worked in the advertising art department at G Brothers and took night classes at the School of Industrial Arts (later Philadelphia College of Art and today the University of the Arts). After marriage she continued her art training, including private classes with Hobson Pittman. Her first professional solo exhibition held in 1964 was at the Avondale Gallery in Swarthmore, PA. She has been represented in Philadelphia by Rosenfeld Gallery for twenty-four years. As a founding member of MUSE Gallery Ingram was at the heart of the 70s Feminist Art Movement in Philadelphia. Her commitment to the art community was also demonstrated by her membership on the Executive Council of the American Color Print Society and as Secretary for the Philadelphia Artists Equity Board of Directors. She has also been generous, sharing her skills in workshops at universities and museums across the country and at nationally renowned art schools, Arrowmont and Haystack. Her paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture have been exhibited at such diverse institutions as the Tokyo Central Museum of the Arts in Japan and the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC. Her work is represented in the collections of the National Museum for Women in the Arts, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Delaware Art Museum. Isaacs sums up Ingram as an intelligent artist who developed a sophisticated eye and whose work demonstrates an intelligent wit and a keen sensitivity to materials.

Signed and numbered relief paper art by Judith Ingram in 1976, titled 'Summer Search' is 5 of 20. 22X29.75. Framed in distressed heavy wood, it is in very good condition. This relief pattern was bought from a well established Philadelphia Advertising Agency. The delicate 'relief' detail is very hard to capture in a picture that is vanilla on vanilla paper. It must be seen to be appreciated. Background on Artist: Judith Ingram was exposed to art at an early age. Her mother was the fashion editor at the Philadelphia Public Record. In the late 1940s, Ingram worked in the advertising art department at G Brothers and took night classes at the School of Industrial Arts (later Philadelphia College of Art and today the University of the Arts). After marriage she continued her art training, including private classes with Hobson Pittman. Her first professional solo exhibition held in 1964 was at the Avondale Gallery in Swarthmore, PA. She has been represented in Philadelphia by Rosenfeld Gallery for twenty-four years. As a founding member of MUSE Gallery Ingram was at the heart of the 70s Feminist Art Movement in Philadelphia. Her commitment to the art community was also demonstrated by her membership on the Executive Council of the American Color Print Society and as Secretary for the Philadelphia Artists Equity Board of Directors. She has also been generous, sharing her skills in workshops at universities and museums across the country and at nationally renowned art schools, Arrowmont and Haystack. Her paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture have been exhibited at such diverse institutions as the Tokyo Central Museum of the Arts in Japan and the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC. Her work is represented in the collections of the National Museum for Women in the Arts, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Delaware Art Museum. Isaacs sums up Ingram as an intelligent artist who developed a sophisticated eye and whose work demonstrates an intelligent wit and a keen sensitivity to materials.

41 Piece Collection: 2 servers, 1 bowl with chips, 8 dinner plates, 1 lunch plate, 8 cups, 9 saucers, 9 bbs and 5 napkins. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot. Collectable vintage 41 pieces of Fransiscan Desert Rose China from the late 60's & early 70's. At www.replacements.com to replace this set would cost over $550 -- and this is collectable vintageware. On replacements.com a single dinner plate sells for $23.99, a single cup and saucer set is $9.99, the Oversized Salt & Pepper shaker set retails at $64.95 and the platter plate trails on this site for $74.95! The Desert Rose pattern by Franciscan premiered in 1941, it was an American contrast to traditional European bone china.

10X10 pop up shade cover. Nearly new condition only used twice. There are two - matches lot 27. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Smallest 4X3 largest 36X11. Variety of vintage and modern styles including two large framed Alma Tadema print vertical and horizontal 36x11 and two smaller greek faces. Modern art by Anthony Crowley and signed. Come to category B time slot.

Memory foam dog bed, padded dog bed, covered with flannel, collar for larger dog and leashes. Leather harness, two leather leashes, one brand new leash that was never used, several lengths. Leashes and bedding clean. Come to category A time slot.

10X10 pop up shade cover. Nearly new condition, only used twice. There are two - matches lot 32. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Collection of two shelves of comedies, drama and mini series broadcasts. Come to category A time slot.

Mixed genres music cds all on one shelf. Signed CD's from Donny Osmond, Better Than Ezra and Francis Dunnery No Provenance Come to category A time slot.

Assorted costume jewelry. Three gold colored metal ladies watches, one by Citizen, necklaces and pierced earrings. Come to category A time slot.

Matches lot 1. Good condition sofa 79X34X30. Some damage on legs, one is is currently off, but made ready to be attached. Some wear on legs. Carved details on arms and back. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot. This carved couch is part of a vintage 1920's Rococo Style Living Room Suite of Couch and 2 Chairs professionally appraised at $800-$1500 for the set. Professional Appraiser's Remarks: "Suites of this type date from the mid 1920's to early 1930's, the carving was actually all done with machine routers that traced an original carving and made multiples, often a dozen at a time. Values for such pieces depend a great deal on their condition and the frames often sold bare. A set in comparable condition would sell for in the current market. Value $800-$1500" Bring assistance to remove from main floor.

3 paneled cloth fabric screen extends for use, heavy metal frame. Slightly stained. 33X63 inches per panel. Two house plants included. Come to pick up category B time slot.

Self help and 'how to' homeopathic books. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Well used pair of end tables with glass top. Shows wear and use. 21.5X24X18 and 33.5X24X21. Come to category B time slot.

40X24X18 newer coffee table with some damage on one leg storage with pull out drawer. Come to pick up category B time slot.

Working 58 inches tall floor lamp with gold colored brass metal base and red shade. Come to category B time slot.

Green glass collection to include stopper bottles of various shapes & sizes, a green glass shallow bowl filled with a variety of sea shells, tall canisters, small bowl and more. Does not include the metal items. Come to category A time slot.

26.5X30 pedestal table sturdy golden oak hand made. Burn mark on top. Come to category C time slot.

Two decorative metal brass stained style urns and matching candlestick holders. Second pair of candlesticks may be silver plate. Come to category A category time slot.

16X16X29 two drawer filing cabinet that locks with key. Construction is of laminate wood, but sturdy. Come to category B time slot.

Green tall backed chair matches lots 1 and 4. 62x34x34 Nice details on arms and back. Patterned upholstery in good condition. Located at top of stairs, bring assistance to remove. Come to category C time slot. Heavy. This carved chair is part of a vintage 1920's Rococo Style Living Room Suite of Couch and 2 Chairs professionally appraised at $800-$1500 for the set. Professional Appraiser's Remarks: "Suites of this type date from the mid 1920's to early 1930's, the carving was actually all done with machine routers that traced an original carving and made multiples, often a dozen at a time. Values for such pieces depend a great deal on their condition and the frames often sold bare. A set in comparable condition would sell for in the current market. Value as a matching suite $800-$1500" Bring assistance to remove from top of stairs.

A selection of ceramic pots of various sizes, plants and outdoor ceramic decor. Includes dried Bamboo of various sizes harvested from natural bamboo plant growing onsite. Come to category B time slot.

9X9X45 tall and narrow folding CD rack used for hand towels in small space. Towels are included. Many towels are brand new and never used. Come to category A time slot.

Small decorative pillows in the color theme of reds as shown on the couch. Two throws included also in the red theme. 16X2X11 all in good condition. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Cast iron skillet, nonstick fry pans, Dutch oven, baking pans and more. ALL in fair condition. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Free standing George Foreman grill, Works. 24X24X39. Use indoors or out. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot. Use

Two complimentary green and gold leaf designed colored vases, green glass lidded candy jar and green candlestick lamp with narrow white shade. All in good condition. Come to category B time slot.

18X18X33 Vintage commode cabinet with hand made dovetailed hinges. 12X12X26 Comes with small, narrow laminate printer table that opens to hold paper and printing sup pies. Both in good condition. Come to category C time slot.

Two matching vanilla colored heavy ceramic lamps with matching scalloped shades and a bedside side table lamp with an arched curved metal arm. Largest 12X25. Come to category B time slot.

Assortment of blender, miracle juicer, Electric Grinders, Vicks and Versa crock pot. humidifier. All untested. Bring packing supplies. Come to category A time slot.

Clutches, handbags and larger purses. Some from Nine West and Company. Good condition. Come to category B time slot.

Wooden valet in a european style made of light birch wood 48X10. Shows slight wear. Come to category A time slot.

Good condition barrel chair. Hand carved details, matches lot 4. 34X33X33. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot. This carved chair is part of a vintage 1920's Rococo Style Living Room Suite of Couch and 2 Chairs professionally appraised at $800-$1500 for the set. Professional Appraiser's Remarks: "Suites of this type date from the mid 1920's to early 1930's, the carving was actually all done with machine routers that traced an original carving and made multiples, often a dozen at a time. Values for such pieces depend a great deal on their condition and the frames often sold bare. A set in comparable condition would sell for in the current market. Value of set $800-$1500" Heavy, bring assistance to remove from main floor

Bakers rack metal with wood top and drawer 31X21.5X75.5. Contents not included. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Cutting boards, knives, vases and glasses. All in good condition. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Several wood, wicker and newer metal baskets smallest 10X10X3. Decorative carved small wooden bowl, All in good condition. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Kidney shaped painted vanity. Top shows wear 35X18X27.5. Also hanging shelf, some damage to corners on the shelf with three coat hooks attached. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

A box of small frames many 5x8 and smallest is 4X3. All in good condition. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Wood book shelf that is hand made and in one piece. 68X48.5X11.25. Contents not included. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Self help books on inspiration, prosperity and empowerment. Come to pick up category A time slot.

Vintage books, The Giving Tree, The Missing Piece by Author Shel Silverstein, The Road Not Taken and more. Come to pick up category A time slot.

Cook books to natural, healthy eating. Vegan, several gluten free, natural energy, healing and more. Come to pick up category A time slot.

20 inch Daewoo TV, untested, but only TV in house. Also included is Panasonic 5 disc DVD player, Magnavox digital receiver and antenna box. Cabinet TV stand/cabinet included. 28X18X21 Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Bookcase only. Contents not included. 32X9X48. Sturdy construction. Come to Category C time slot.

General hardware items, extension cords, hammer, c clamp, nuts bolts and screws, bicycle Master lock with key and more. Come to category A time slot.

Cow themed collection of heavy metal cow door hanging that says welcome in Spanish, cow cookie jar, wall hangings, pot holder, creamer, mugs and other cow decor. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Kitchen knives and other culinary necessities. Odd dishes, plastic funnels and more. Come to category A time slot.

20X16X38.5 tiger oak carved back chairs, both sturdy condition. Come to category B time slot.

Vintage etched champagne glasses, martini glasses, hand painted wine glasses, ornate glass covered casserole dish, serving bowls and more in good condition, including metal martini shaker too. Bring packing supplies. Come to category A time slot.

Small table showing wear and use. 54X26X13. Come to category B time slot.

28X19X25 some wear on top. Modern federal style solid wood night stand with two drawers in fair condition. Come to category C time slot.

A collection of guides and books on spirituality. Come to category B time slot.

Untested vintage tube short wave radio. Shows extreme wear on top, back is open and electric cord is frayed. Come to category B time slot.

Wood Framed Wall Hanging Picture includes two pictures.

Queen size sleeper sofa. 86X35X32 upholstery shows some sun fading, light stains and wear. Bring assistance to remove from main floor. Come to category C time slot.

Small traveling gear. Sport bags, carry on sized all show use. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Working fuzzy foot massager, thigh master and two nesting baskets. Used condition. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

New York Public Library, The Passing Throng Edgar Guest, visual dictionary and inspirational. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Assortment of twin size and throw blankets and pillows. Extra decorative pillows added. Come to pick up category A time slot.

Cedar lined wardrobe with two doors. Heavy scratches, dings and wear. Hinge on right door broke off. 43X28X84. Bring assistance to remove from main floor. Come to category C pick up.

3 plastic baskets, crayons, locking money box, plastic tissue table cloths in various colors. Come to category A time slot.

Located upstairs, 31.5X13X60 contents not included. Purchased from Ikea shelves are adjustable, glass encased door. Come to category C time slot.

Serving items and painted milk glass. Also included cups, teapots, two traditional Japanese style saki cups, floral serving tray and Texas shaped pottery serving tray. Come to category A time slot.

Reference books on naturally and holistically caring for your pets both dog & cat. Some brand new. Fictional pet stories too! Also added, a cat tree scratching post, new. Come to category B time slot.

Business writing reference books and poetry books. Come to category B time slot.

Sturdy pine desk. Shows wear and stains. 41X18X30. Contents not included. Come to category C time slot.

Parts only Mac Classic 2 with original Users Guide, Stylebook & disks with WriteNow program, Crystal Quest game etc Lot includes two modern printers: Hp 840c and Lexmark p4350 all in one with scanner. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Door mirror, waste baskets, crutches and small bathroom decor. Come to category B time slot.

Smallest 31X20, largest 5 foot 8 all show wear and pet hair. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

29.5X11.5X1.5 adjustable shelves. Comes with two untested heaters made by Laska and Impress. Untested. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

36X20X30 Cherry wood sturdy desk with roll out drawers for printer and keyboard. Bring assistance to remove from 2nd floor. Come to category C time slot.

Vintage dresser, Modern Mirror added. 35X41X20 Some scratches wear on top. Heavy. Bring tools to remove mirror and assistance for 2nd floor pick up. Come to category C time slot. Professional Appraiser's Remarks: "Dressers of this type are in what's called the "Federal Revival" style. Federal Revival pieces are reproductions of the original American Federal items originally produced from 1780-1820. The Federal Revival style became popular after the first Centennial of the American Revolution in 1876. At that time interest and demand for original Colonial & Federal furnishings was so great it outstripped supply. This caused large manufacturers to begin production of pieces in the Colonial and Federal styles from the Jacobean to Duncan Phyfe. The style reached it's peak of popularity during the mid 1920's... Suites of this type are popular decorator items, generally produced in mahogany they were also made using in walnut, maple, and cherry. Values vary by maker & wood type with most comparable dressers in need of some cosmetic repair comparable to yours sell in the $400.00- $650.00 each"

Vintage Federal Revival Style Chest of Drawers 52X18X30 High Boy with some wear on top and edges. Bring assistance to remove from 2nd floor. Come to category C time slot. Professional Appraiser's Remarks: Dressers of this type are in what's called the "Federal Revival" style. Federal Revival pieces are reproductions of the original American Federal items originally produced from 1780-1820. The Federal Revival style became popular after the first Centennial of the American Revolution in 1876. At that time interest and demand for original Colonial & Federal furnishings was so great it outstripped supply. This caused large manufacturers to begin production of pieces in the Colonial and Federal styles from the Jacobean to Duncan Phyfe. The style reached it's peak of popularity during the mid 1920's... Suites of this type are popular decorator items, generally produced in mahogany they were also made using in walnut, maple, and cherry. Values vary by maker & wood type with most comparable dressers in need of some cosmetic repair comparable to yours sell in the $400.00- $650.00 each


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