SCHEDULE OF SALES:

DATES:  Saturday, October 18, & Sunday, October 19.
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: 27 E. Cobble Hill Road, Loudonville 12211.
Directions are below.

Description:
This week we are in the home of noted area luminaries the late Irving and Elaine Kirsch,
who donated much money and time to area charities. We don't normally give the
names of the people who lived in our houses, but many of Elaine's friends expressed
interest in purchasing something of hers. 

This is a big house with lots of wonderful things for sale. 
Aeolian player piano with rolls.  It does play.  The piano is the size of a console or studio,
not a huge upright.  There will be rolls included with the piano; in addition, other rolls
will be sold separately.  The piano is pecan and comes with the bench and an
instruction booklet. 
Sectional sofa, 3 large sections to be put together or separately.  Subtle floral pattern.
2 End stands, triange shape.  Light wood.
2 Glass end stands or the 2 can be put together to make a coffee table.  They are each
1 bent piece of glass.

2 Sheraton style sofas with striped upholstery.  By Southwood, a Hickory, N.C. company.
Purchased at Stickley. 
Perfume bottles.  They will be in 2 locations in the house--in the living room in cases for the
Lalique, Tiffany, Baccarat, Bell House, and other more pricey ones.  In the master bedroom
will be perfume bottles with a less expensive price tag.  Still nice. 

We also have a Lalique bowl, Lalique powder container, Lalique figure. 
Small Dior clock.
Baccarat black horse.

Spode plates.
Wedgwood plates, cream on lavender. 
Herend leaf dish.

Glass animals, made in France.
Waterford celery bowl, salts and peppers, bell, and small clock.
Dali optical illusion lens.

Lladro figure, Don Quixote.
3 Wedgwood Nautilus serving plates.
IVV plate from Italy.
Waterman pen set, new in box.

Large yellow ottomans, to be used together or separately.
2 Ottlite floor lamps, great light and also help with SAD.
2 Modern floor lamps.  Halogen with cages over bulbs.

Sony receiver.
Philips turntable.
Onkyo tape deck, receiver, CD player.
ADS speakers.
2 Large Boston Accoustics speakers.
2 Bose speakers, 301, Series speakers, new in box.  Never used.
2 VHS players, in case you need one and cannot find it.

2 Black wall mounted shelves with glass tops.  In entry of this house.
Black Asian style hall or sofa table.  Glass top.
Several mirrors, some large.  Gold framed, black framed, wood framed. Some mirrors
are beveled.

Several rugs from the Lake George Freihofer estate.  All hand made orientals, 9 by 12,
4 by 6, 4 by 7, 10 by 13, 6 by 9, 7 by 10.  In perfect condition.  Various colors, some navy
and burgundy, some ivory, some salmon and blue. 

Dining room table is a lighter wood with lots of grain; it has been sealed.  The base of the table
is black.  2 leaves and pads included.  The chairs are upholstered with chrome bases. 
The buffet matches the table.  It attaches to the wall; it does not sit on a base.  If you buy this cabinet,
you should be prepared to come remove it at the end of the sale or in the next couple of days. 

Needlepoint rug, about 9 by 12.  Rose and beige. 
6 Piece sectional sofa in beige, blue, salmon, and brown.  5 Large chairs with an ottoman.
Buffet or dresser or cabinet--painted deep rose, rattan accents.  Used in dining room in this house
but could be a hall stand or bedroom piece.

Kitchen set is light wood, maple, with one leaf and 4 chairs. 
A few pieces of white furniture.  Laminate shelves.  Laminate top table with rattan base.

Viking Professional coffee maker.
Bally butcher block.
Braun espresso maker.

Lots and lots of vases, decorative bowls, and platters.
Large plants, many of which are living.  Some are faux. 
Few pots and pans, several baking pans.

Large set of yellow cabbage leaf china, majolica from Portugal. 
Set Rosenthal Studio Line China.
Some Aynsley Cottage Garden china.
Set Studio Nova china.

Crystal stemware, several sets.
Flutes.
Microwave.

Whirlpool washer and drier.  Commercial quality, Super capacity.  Used by little old lady, so not a l
ot of jeans or towels, which tend to wear out a washer.  Good shape.
Bench for near the back door, or wherever you want.  Great for putting on boots before going out.
Stand up air conditioner and also a window unit. It will be hot again next year.

Trellis.
Lawn mower.  Push lawn mower.
Nice grill, stainless steel.  Genesis.

Samsonite outdoor set, white with blue nylon seats and backs and umbrella.  Glass top table.
Teak outdoor set.  Large table with 4 chairs.  Seasoned.

Books include cookbooks, Judaica, art books, Albany books, price books for antiques.
Rattan end stands.
2 Rattan chairs with cushions.
Rattan chair on casters.

Lucite hand rails, banisters.  Very cool, but must go in your space.  They each go down 3 stairs.
Collection of canes.
White dresser with rattan look around edges.
2 Natural wood end stands with rattan look. 

Women's clothes are size 8-10.  Some a bit smaller, some a bit larger, but mostly 8-10.
Designer ball gowns from the 80's. 
Suits and separates:  St. John, Missoni, Armani, Carlisle, Valentino, Louis Feraud, Kasper,
Ann Taylor, Lauren, DKNY, and other designers.  If a jacket sells new for $800 and sells on
ebay for $80, we have it for $40.  These are good deals for the quality of clothes.  They are all
in good shape.
Wedding gown.

Hats, including a $110 one from Neiman Marcus.
Judith Leiber belt.
Bottega Veneta purse, orange ribbon weave.  Not in earlier sale. 
Scarves.  Gloves.  Hankies.

Coats.  Jackets.  Capes. 
Shoes are 8 AAA and AAAA, very narrow.  Ferragamo, Amalfi, Stuart Weitzman.  Most are Ferragamo. 
Doctor's scale.
Only men's clothes are 42 L tux and 42 L London Fog raincoat with lining.

Cherry queen bed with fabric headboard. 
Mirror on wooden stand. 
Electric stand up chair, like new.  Used very little.  For person who needs help in getting
out of chair.

Lots of perfumes, perfume bottles.
Ceramic foo dog lamp.
2 McGuire small chests.  Light wood. 

4 Poster full maple bed. 
Library table or desk with glass top.  Bombay Company?
Mahogany desk with leather top.

Silkscreen, Jacov Agam.  Israeli artist.
R. Mendoze still life painting, large format vase of roses.
Moshe Gat, Israeli artist, ink drawing.

Sculpture by Frank Coronado.
Horse sculpture by Robert Shield.
Black face sunflower by K.N. Englander.

Pastel by Altimanova, local artist.  Landscape.
Leighton-Jones clown.  Acrylic on canvas. 
Wendy Ide Williams mask.

Melanie Taylor Kent artist proof of print of Atlantic City.
Leroy Neiman tiger print, artist's proof.

20 pieces of original art by Fred Gonsowski, noted area artist.  Saratoga track art, people
being social, horses, women with flowers, women with cats, people on farm.  Lots of different
themes.  Even a cummerbund he painted and signed.  Irving Kirsch was one of Fred's
biggest fans.  We have them for less than they bring in the resale market. 

Candles.
Glass coffee table.
Machine made rug, 8 by 10, burgundy and navy.

Porcelain eggs.
Glass top table with chrome base.
2 Side chairs, painted deep rose.

Chinese pots, umbrella stand, urn.
White wicker furniture: 2 twin headboards, table, dresser, stands, chair, mirror.  Lots of
accessories.
Dolls--Barbie Fashion carrying case, some Mme. Alexander, Annette Himstedt "Ellen".
Mohair Steiff blonde bear.

Baskets.
Newer Kirby, Heritage II, with boxes of accessories.  Used very little, as this house
has a central vac.
Maytag cordless iron.

Suitcases on wheels.
Walker on wheels with seat.
Weights.

Games.
Phones--AT&T system for house.
CD's.
Big Royal shredder.
Some cleaning supplies.

4 Chairs with vinyl striped seats and cane backs.
35mm cameras.  Some older.
Lucite base table with white laminate top.  The top can be changed.

8 Painted green ladder back dining chairs.
"Seaworthy", sailboat model.  1920-1930. 
White wicker room divider.
Dog cage.

Round white table, rattan base.
Small chests with grey rattan bases. 

Lots more.  This is a great house with a wide variety of things.

Directions:  
We are at 27 E. Cobble Hill Road, Loudonville 12211.
Take Osborne Road to Old Niskayuna Road.  We are a left off of Old Niskayuna Rd.

Or take route 9 to a right onto Osborne Rd. if you are coming from the north.
Take a right onto Old Niskayuna Rd.  Cobble Hill is a left off
of Old Niskayuna Rd.

Or take route 9 from Albany.  Then take a left at the V in the road at Osborne.  You will then be on Old
Niskayuna Rd.  Then take a left onto E. Cobble Hill.