BEVERLY ESTATE SALE
5 HOOVER AVENUE
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
SEPTEMBER 17, 18, 19
FROM 10 AM TO 3 PM EACH DAY
NUMBERS FRIDAY BY 9 AM
The gentleman who spent many wonderful years in this house had a passion for antiques and collectibles, many of them passed down through generations of his family dating back to their days in England. He especially loved working on clocks, and there is a vast assortment available, and most are in fine working condition.
To include a Smith Patterson and Co. Waltham long case clock, German oak grandfather’s clock, antique federal grandfather’s clock, Harvard Eleclok grandmother’s clock, Japy Freres mantle clock, Seth Thomas Sonora chime four bell clock, Ingraham calendar round top schoolhouse clock, Bigelow & Kennard marble mantle clock, E. Howard oak schoolhouse clock, anniversary clocks, several cuckoo clocks including a black forest one, ogee clocks, antique brass and glass clock, an extensive collection of clock parts.
Civil War-era brass Field Officer’s binoculars with the case, five drawers antique maritime spyglass, costume jewelry, men’s watches, antique pocket watches, jackknives, Hudson River oil painting, and other art, old doorknobs, Masonic collectibles, stamp albums, first day
covers, William Warner, decorated stoneware crock, pipe collection, marigold carnival glass punch set, marigold florentine carnival glass dinnerware, several antique calendar tiles, Chelsea J. G. Low tiles by Arthur Osborne including several portraits ones, a large selection of Ivorex plaques, Bausch & Lomb microscope with lenses, top hats,
primitives, girandole set, a large selection of antique Chelsea grape china, collection of Sebastian Miniatures, including several pen sets, glass, china.
Electronics including Beogram 2000 turntable, Technics SL-1300 turntable, Minolta 35mm camera, Samsung 50″ television.
Antique oak display cabinet, heavily carved marble top Victorian table, depression-era dining room table, chairs and sideboard, mahogany claw and ball foot drop leaf dining room table and chairs, two mahogany chests, old wicker rocker, side tables, antique oak desk, newer electric recliner sofa, mirrors, lamps including a slag glass lamp, slag glass hanging fixture, Satsuma lamp, Gone with the Wind lamp, 16-foot hand-made Persian carpet, 8′ x 12′ Kerman carpet, 27′ Persian runner.
The basement has lots of hand, and electric tools, including Sears table saw, Sterling model 834 wood lathe, Packard heavy duty grinder, Ingraham heavy duty drill press (16 speeds, model DP-16 FT), cement mixer, Ariens chipper with a snowblower, Ariens rotor tiller, Commercial
Infrared Char-Broil grill, yard tools, old wagon wheels, 1970s Schwinn Continental bike, lawn cart, and more.
Cds, VHS tapes, books, records, some kitchenware, bric-a-brac.
PARK WITH CARE, HOOVER AVENUE IS VERY NARROW, PARK ON LAKESIDE AVE. OR OTHER SIDE STREETS