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Thu, Jun 1, 2023 at 7:05 PM EDT

New Hartford, CT - 1800's Elpstone Manor Moving Sale, Antiques & Vintage!

Moving & Estate Sales, Online Auction
Auction Location:
New Hartford, CT
Clearing House Estate Sales
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Sale closed on
Thu, Jun 1, 2023 at 7:05 PM EDT
 
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Private Residence
New Hartford, Connecticut 06057

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When to Pickup

Saturday, 6/3, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

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About the Sale

We are excited to present this online auction filled with antique and vintage treasures from the Elpstone manor property in New Hartford CT. This beautiful home was built by America’s first “Prima Donna” Clara Kellog. ...view more

Special Instructions

New Hartford, CT - Local Pick Up -- Third Party Shipping Available. Please read all and ask any questions before bidding!

Pick Up Date:
Saturday, June 3 from 9am - 2pm

QUESTIONS? Kindly contact...
Auction Manager:
Bridge Street Rustics
Chris & ...view more

Auction Manager

Bridge Street Rustics, Chris & Lauren Corso | (860) 368-0122 | bsrustics@gmail.com

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18%

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Bargains
1-20 of 139 items
Sold
$255.00
Antique Norge Galvanized Metal Double Wash Bin
Sold
$158.00
Liberty Foy Cast Iron Dog Andirons
Sold
$21.00
A Large Quality Made Brass Elephant
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$35.00
Fantastic Flour Tin, Amazing Patina
Sold
$97.00
A Cast Iron Bistro Set
Sold
$10.00
Vintage Brass Dolphin Sculpture
Sold
$46.00
A Tiffany Style Lamp
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$150.00
A Large Signed Steuben Glass Dolphin
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$345.00
Green Leather Chair & Ottoman
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$23.00
Vintage Asian Drum Side Table
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$18.00
Brass Fisherman On Stone
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$52.00
Large Copper Bucket
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$52.00
Antique Marble Top Table
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$12.00
Antique Victorian Setee Sofa
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