Two Estate Sales Back to Back! South Austin and Castle Hill

Hey folks! We’ve got two estate sales upcoming, yep, that’s right! TWO amazing estate sales over the next two weekends!

Our first sale is this weekend, (more details will follow this week) it is South off Manchaca near the Mockingbird Station Post Office.

Estate Sale # 1 in South Austin

cobras maThis is a honey badger of an estate sale with tons of cool, old and new stuff. ¬†There are some unique items, like a pair of taxidermy cobras, a modest collection of USAF. Vintage Prince Valiant framed comic art, classic children’s books, big-eyed wall art, comedy on DVD, two really cool holiday decorations, wooden Santa and a ghost, a nice collection of original artwork, and old photographs, postcards etc. See photos from this sale here.




Estate Sale #2 in Castle Hill (Lamar near 10th St)

Our next sale coming up is in Castle Hill. It is a registered historic home. This is the estate sale for unique finds and vintage! You won’t want to miss this one.

We’ve got a large and super cool vintage metal Gulf Oil sign, an early Quaker State Oil sign, vintage canvas and wood lawn chairs, old bicycle, Texaco toy truck, African Masks, early Asian Antiques, panoramic skyline vies of downtown Austin from the early 1990s, some clothing, ¬†original artwork, including some Austin art, vintage classic Coca Cola metal trays, jewelry, and so much more! There is even a Baby Grand Piano.

Both of these estate sales are going to be a lot of fun! Hope to see you there!

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Remember, the estate sales start THIS weekend! Get here any way you can!


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