DATES:  Saturday, November 8, & Sunday, November 9.
TIME:  9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Numbers Given Out:  7 a.m. until 8:45 a.m.
We give out numbers so shoppers can come into the sale in order.   The first person at the sale
gets number one, and so forth. 
You do not have to have a number to get in.  If you do not have a number, you come in after
the people who have numbers. 
Two numbers per person, please.

We ask that shoppers not bring in bags, as we provide baskets to hold the things you are
purchasing.  If you do bring your bag to the
sale, we just ask that you show the contents on
the way out of the sale.  Several of our competitors have experienced thefts and we think
it's wise to be proactive.  Thanks for understanding.

Address: 1 A Gert Lane, Colonie 12205.
Directions are below as is a big announcement.

Clayton Marcus green sofa, 3 cushion.
Coffee table with glass inserts in top.  Matching coffee table.
Leather sofa, deep raspberry color.  Great shape. 

1840's European walnut armoire.  Mirrored doors, 4 drawers underneath.  Great
space for storage.  Comes apart in 4 pieces.
6 Board antique pine blanket chest.

Etching Vlado Sunarich.  Ukranian American artist.
2 Painted tiles, Heinrich, Germany.
Watercolor by A. Sologub.
A floral watercolor and a local landscape print, both by Alice Williamson.  She was a noted
area artist. 
A few of the art pieces are from earlier sales and have been marked down.  Not all.

Standing ashtrays.  We know, who smokes anymore?  But these vintage ones are cool.
Adams Titian ware china.  Older, not a full set.
Glassware from a Hoosier.

Few Hummels, mostly smaller ones.
Rugs, some from the Freihofer estate. We sold the ones in the last sale, these are new to
Fireplace tools, andirons, and screen.

Lots of kitchen stuff, much of it never used.  Pots and pans (Revere and Farber), pasta
and dough machine, coffee makers, chopper, George Foreman, crock pots, bread machine.
Corning ware.  Flatware. 
Kitchen set is priced to sell, as a chair or two could use some glue on some rungs.  It's a nice set,
wooden chairs and table with chrome legs.  Just needs a bit of TLC.

Lots of records, 33's and 45's.  Including early Elvis 45's, some rare.   Few CD's. 
Signed Suzanne Vega and Jerry Vale.
Round end stand, goose heads and necks. 
David Robinson signed Spurs jersey.

Few clocks, including a nice Elgin anniversary clock, a handsome wall clock that chimes (battery),
2-3 more clocks. 
Coins, some commemorative from the mint, some foreign. 

Lots of cleaners, bug killers.  Save on the stuff you use all the time, as we have it less than the stores.
Lotions, shampoos, some make up.  Lots of bars of soap.
Graco double stroller.
Evenflo crib.  Grandparents had it, so it was barely used. 

Some toys, trucks.  All played with.

Christmas stuff, decorations and paper. 
Small trunks.
Kenmore canister vacuum with all the parts.

Lots of costume jewelry.  Some older, from the 50's, and some new.  2 Different estates.
3 Lawn mowers, a Toro and a Honda.
Honda snow thrower.  Craftsman snow thrower.
Pressure washer.  Briggs & Stratton.

Meat slicers.
4 Wire wheel covers with hubs.
Sleds. Toboggan.
Snow rake.
Folding canopy. 

Linens include twin, full, queen, and king bed linens.  Lots of towels.  Tablecloths.
Men's clothes are large, not super large. Italian suits, sport coats.  Boots.
Women's clothes are from 3 different women: some are 6-10, some are 14, and some are XL and XXL.
2 St John suits, size medium and 12.  Not from last sale.  1 is Navy and 1 is black.
Shoes include some Cole Haan and are 9 and 6.  Mostly size 9.
Scarves, gloves, men's underwear in packages.

Few books including some cookbooks.
Student desks.
Oreck upright vacuum.

Thomasville BR set, pecan 70's.
Dresser, perfect for kid's room.
Bags. Purses. 

Full house, as we combined 3 homes. 

1 A Gert Lane, Colonie, 12205, is a split level house.  The number is a bit confusing,
but this is not an apartment.

Take Central Avenue west of Colonie Center and then take a right on Delafield.  Gert
is your first left.  We are the first house on the right.

Or take Sand Creek Road west of Wolf Road and take a left on Delafield. We are a
right off of Delafield. 

Changes are coming to Estate Resolution.  After 20 years owning and running the business,
Michael and Sherry Carnevale are moving to LaQuinta, California at the end of the year.  They are
a bit tired and want to walk Sweetie in the sunshine.  They have sold the business to a
great guy who has worked with the business for 5 years as the Program Director of the Treasure
Chest, Craig Hansen.  Everyone who is working for Estate Resolution now will continue with
Craig, who will keep the business as it has been for 20 years.  You will have the same great
sales and service, someone new will be running the show. 

Craig comes to Estate Resolution with a wealth of knowledge.  He grew up in southern Connecticut,
where he followed his parents' interests in antiques and collectibles.  He spent a lot of time attending
auctions and estate sales.  In the late 90's, Craig was an antiques dealer in Salem, MA.  He has been in
this area 9 years and resides in historic downtown Troy.  For 5 years, he has been program director of
the Treasure Chest, part of the Albany Damien Center.  More on Craig to come.

Craig and his manager, Kathy Martin, will be at the sale this weekend.  Come meet them as we transition
to new leadership.
Michael and Sherry will miss all of the great shoppers we have enjoyed over the years; many of you have
become friends.   We plan to give lots of hugs at the next 2 sales as well as to introduce the new owner.
Thank you for all of your support and friendship.