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Bill & Char Carlson Moving Sale-Northfield-Fri & Sat March 4 & 5

Bill and Char are moving and will be selling the following items at their home at 716 Highland Ave in Northfield.  Bill & Char traveled widely and have a large assortment of unusual items as well as some outstanding antique furniture.  Bill is a longtime woodworker and many of the pieces of furniture were hand-made by Bill. Also there are numerous shop items on the sale. Sale hours are 9:00AM-4:00PM both days.  Numbers will be given out at 8:30AM both days.

FURNITURE:  Matching Mission style sofa & love seat, 42” x 70” oak top/cherry base dining table (seats 6-8), book rack end table, love seat and matching sofa, table lamp, black leg/oak top end table, black rocker w/floral pattern on back, coffee table, 4 tall solid maple swivel counter stools w/backs, oak library chair, rattan glass top table & 4 matching chairs, wicker hanging lamp, large square end table, end table w/round top, maple table base, bookcases, lamp table, oak dining chair, square coffee table s/closed storage, floor lamps, side table w/stone top, stereo cabinet w/cane doors on ends, desk chair, full size bed set w/bookcase headboard (great shape), small end table, futon,

ANTIQUES:  old brass fireplace tools, copper boiler, carnival glass, depression glass, goofus glass, silver plated platter, gravy boat, and covered vegetable dish, large soup tureen w/cover & matching ladle, hand decorated plates, pottery butter churn w/paddle & cover (hairline on back), old cameras, 100 year old metal glider with cushions, crocks, iron tea kettle, pie safe, cupboard, army trunk, washstand w/towel bars on each side, antique rope bed w/futon mattress, oversize cedar chest w/3/4” cedar lining, antique hickory chest of drawers w/walnut trim, 3 drawers w/handkerchief drawers on top (original hardware), small tilt top table, wall clock from 1920’s, old washing plunger, 3 ft wooden trough, plate rack, misc framed pictures, oak gentleman’s dresser w/mirror & towel bar, oak library chair, walnut washstand  w/carved handles, Grandma’s flower bed quilt top

COLLECTIBLES: engraved brass goblets & matching tray from India, brass food containers (from India), African carved wall figure, Mideastern tall copper vessel, olive wood carvings from Palestine, Holmquist wine jug, Cornflower blue Corningware, covers, handles, cradles, Tonka car carrier, fire engine, Fisher Price village, house, camper van w/boat on top, little people & furniture, hockey game, misc action figures, cars, etc, numerous 1000pc puzzles, games, approx. 75 matchbox cars, erector set, Lincoln logs, stuffed toys,

HOUSEHOLD:2 metal folding chairs, 7 pottery primitive style wine glasses, 6 pewter drinking vessels, vases, candles, glasses, classical CD’s, red vacuum, pasta pan, Weber grill w/rotisserie & gas tank, grill supplies, tools, wood chips, cookie tins, trays, 2 small file cabinets, slide projector, movie camera w/floodlight, movie projector, treadmill, roaster pan & heavy large cooking pot, VCR & children’s tapes, speakers, plastic multi-drawer cabinets, tall thin CD cabinet, fabric & sewing supplies, large box of sewing patterns (children’s, men’s, women’s, doll, 50’s-90’s),

YARD & GARDEN:  2 wood & iron benches, wood & iron chair, wood slat end table, wood outdoor dining table, rakes, shovels, garden tools, snow shovels, flower pots & hanging baskets, chain saw & gas can, cordless electric lawn mower, newly tuned up electric start snowblower, step ladder, extension ladder, tarps, yellow dresser (had been built-in)SHOP: band saw, belt sander, disk sander, cylinder sander, 12” surface planer, 6” jointer w/4’table, 3/8” corded drill, 2 portable vacuums, fixed vacuum w/hoses, 2 air compressors, assorted hand tools,

SHOP: band saw, belt sander, disk sander, cylinder sander, 12” surface planer, 6” jointer w/4’table, 3/8” corded drill, 2 portable vacuums, fixed vacuum w/hoses, 2 air compressors, assorted hand tools,

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