SCHEDULE OF SALES:

DATES:  Saturday, December 6, & Sunday, December 7.
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: 3 Colonial Avenue, Albany 12203.  Directions are below.

Description:
This is a wonderful, full sale in a great old house.  A super sale on which to end the year of sales.
We are using the attic and basement, both places are filled with good stuff.  Plan to spend time
going through it all.  It's the home of a prominent lawyer who worked for the state (Albany Law
class of 54) and a graphic artist.  She is 95 and he was 13 years older.  Lots of older things.

Authenticated Salvador Dali litho, "Apparatus & Hand".  Signed.
Len Tantillo original oil painting, about 18 by 24. "Flower of Gelderland"  His oils sell for around
$8,000 each.  We will have it at half that amount. 
S. Caserio oil painting.  MIlan artist.

Reissue of Maxfield Parrish print.  Numbered.
Roger Deering watercolor.
Old oil painting, Dutch winter scene.  Not signed.

Steve Marenski eastern coastal print.
Claude Guilleminet oil on canvas, chickens.
Lots of art.  More listed below.

8' Crotch mahogany glass door cabinet/bookcase. From about 1840.
Used in the dining room here for glass and china display.  1 Drawer.
1840's crotch mahogany desk with bookcase on top. Desk folds out.

Mahogany banquet table, 5 leaves, from NY Governor Bouck, around 1832.
Opens to 12' with leaves. 5 chairs, 1 with arms.
Antique rosewood nesting tables, 3.  Carved.

Chinese fireplace screen, great needlework.
Albany prints.
Audobon prints, many. 

Bentwood highchair with cane seat and back.
Newer rug from Stickley, 12'7" by 9'2".  Red, burgundy, navy.
Mahogany dining room serving stand, with crystal knobs.

French porcelain clock.
2 Junghans clocks, 1 radio controller, 1 with key.
Pair Asian urns, featuring dragons. 

Southwood Martha Washington chair, from Stickley. 
Extra chairs, not matching DR chairs exactly but close. 
Roseville pottery.  Several small pieces.

Royal Doulton mugs.
Lenox vases and bowls. Wedgwood plates, dresser top items, vases.
Cut crystal.

Large collection of dragons--carved, iron, jade, bone, glass, ceramic.  From fun to valuable.
Large collection of frogs, most are whimsical but some are more valuable.  Haviland, Spode.
English royalty ceramics, Wedgwood, souvenirs. 

Silver plate bowls, trays, tea set, vase, serving items.
Some cups and saucers.
Lots of crystal glassware.

Large Asian wall carving that has been painted, but is still very nice.
Lots of framed, decorative mirrors.  Many older.
Pair Widdicomb end stands, sable walnut with marble tops.

Pair lamps, ceramic with brass bases.  Elegant shades.
Handsome bookcase or cabinet, with elegant doors.  Narrow.
Bench with rush seat and black cushion. 

Hand etched antique black lacquer Asian alter table. 2 Drawers.  Glass top.
2 Black framed large Asian mirrors. 
2 Waterford lamps.  1 has a wooden base. 

Tomlison tall narrow display cabinet.  Pecan.
Matching Tomlison desk that opens out.  Has 3 drawers below.  Lots of room.
Donatello Roseville jardiniere, 2 piece.

Asian jardiniere, 2 piece, glass.  Dragons.
Pair, matching side chairs. 
Carved back chair, unusual, 1895-1915 era.  All wood.

Antique loveseat, carved wooden back.  Mended so priced to fly out.
Roseville umbrella stand.
Asian ceramic umbrella stand.

Loire numbered and signed modern print.
3' by 1' by 7" rug, dragon.
4' by 7' approximately, oriental rug, reds and navy.

Hall tree.
4' by 3' oriental rug, navy and red.
9'10" by 6' oriental rug, ivory, navy, red.
10'10" by 8'3" oriental rug, ivory and navy and medium blue. 

Inlaid marquetry desk, 100 years old.  Gorgeous. 
Newer dragon ceramic lamp.
Small wall display cabinet, glass doors.

Chair with the desk but not sold with it, not a match.  It has a nice carved back.
Chair with upholstered back and set with dramatic tiget maple arms and wings.
3 Nesting tables, black lacquer, Chinese theme.  Bottom table is 4 legged
pedestal.  Very nice tables.

Coins--few US mint sets. Non US mint items.  Lots of reproductions.
Nothing of great value, but lots of items.  Lot of variety. 

Newer rotating bookcases.
Herend serving dish.
Cinnabar urns.
Chair with upholstered seat and back and wooden arms and legs.  With matching
ottoman.  Burgundy fabric.

Al Hirschfeld prints: Issac Stern with the Ninas.  Harlem dancer from the 40's, no Ninas.
With all documentation from authorized seller.
Waterford Lismore pattern many water goblets, 2 sizes of wine glasses, juice glasses,
champagne cup glasses, cordials.
Also Waterford Lismore biscuit jar, cream and sugar, decanter, 2 hocks, celery dish,
larger bowl.  Letter opener, pen, clocks. 

Newer Stickley cherry dresser and 2 night stands.  Great shape.  Glass top on dresser.
Mahogany converted rope bed, 4 poster, full sized.
Glass door bookcase. 
Belleek vases.

19th Century children's clogs.
2 Northwood vases.
WWII air warden booklets and arm bands.

Many upholstered chairs, wooden arms and legs.  We counted 40 chairs in the house. 
Framed mirrors.  Mentioned again because there are many, all in different styles, from
mahogany to tiger maple to painted frame. 
Quilts, twin and full bedding. Pillows. Tablecloths

Clothes, women's medium. 
Kitchen linens, fabric.

Watercolor by WB Romeling.
Japanese wood block.
Oriental rug, 4'2" by 3'.

Painted oak dressesr and mirror.
Purses, gloves, scarves, hankies.
Chinese rug, red dragon. 5'7" by 3'.

Commode.  Great condition.
6 Board blanket chest.  Antique.
John Robertson, Marble Collegiate Church in NYC, wood art.  Different woods
cut to combine into a scene.  This is before lasers were used, so it was hand made. 

2 Drawer nightstand with crystal knobs.  Antique basswood, according to the description.
Maple twin bed converted from a rope bed.  Very nice.
Lingerie chest, maple, top lifts open.

Incredible, best thing in this sale, tiger maple highboy, chest on chest.
From 1910, not 1810, but still magnificent.  $2500. 
Books--on antiques, history, Albany, biography, travel, geneology.  Many older.

More frogs and dragons.  We have them organized in 3-4 places in the house.
Imari dishes.
Small drop leaf table, cherry, older.

William Fisher oil on canvas, sea coast.
Oriental rug, 11' by 2'7", navy and ivory.
Day bed, with upholstery and pillows, wooden frame, becomes a trundle bed.  Very nice.

Burgundy rocker recliner.
Franklin Heirloom Doll, Nefertiti, in box.
Franklin Heirloom Doll, Dolley Madison, in box.

Framed maps.
Clinton and Gorbachav Russian stacking dolls.
Oil painting, Golden Gate Bridge, by Danny Wan-Fai Li.

Kimball credenza, for office or bedroom or family room.
Matching Kimball executive desk.  Large.  Cheap because it needs to
be moved from second floor. 
Glass lift top display cabinet.  End stand.

Many prints, Audobon, animals, maps.
Few records.
Floor lamps.

Music cabinet, with glass front door.
Pop art by Lois Rheingold.
4 Drawer and 2 drawer file cabinets.

Student desk.
Small stands.
Shelves.

Albany Law items.
Christmas things--ornaments, decorations, lights, tree stands, cards. Lots.
Wooden trunks, barrel, cabinet.  Old crates.
Odds and ends from antique business, which the woman of the house
did after retirement from her law career.

The attic has posters from the career of the husband, who was a graphic artist.
Included are 2 life sized cutouts of Jesus.  A first in 20 years in the estate sale business.
Norman Rockwell print signed "Sincerely Norman Rockwell". 

Outdoor furniture, including rattan, newer Adirondack chairs, redwood.
Kitchen set is ash although it looks to be oak...table and  chairs in great
shape with one leaf.
Plates of Liberty Blue and covered dish.

Tin for Blue Ribbon Potato Chips.
Kitchen knives and gadgets.
Newer Hess trucks in boxes.

Planters, many older.
Few glass insulators.
Student desk.

Craftsman 12 gallon wet dry shop vac.
Basement is full of pieces of china and glass.
Shelves.

Candles.
Stationery.
Office supplies.

Picture frames.
Stoneware, including churn.
Posters.

Prints from Albany Print Club.
Figurines.
More dragons and frogs.

Birds.
Vases.
Muirfield dishes, Royal Paisley.

Costume jewelry.
Glass perfume bottles. 
Sanders LPL film enlarger, 35mm to 4 by 5 with timers and accessories.

This is a very full house.  Even though it is big and we are using the basement and attic, it will
take some time to see it all.  Heck, we've been there 4 weeks and are still seeing things we have
not seen before.  Space is tight, so we will limit the number of people who will be allowed in at
one time.  We'll take as many as possible at once.
These people had great things which you will love seeing and, hopefully, purchasing. 

Directions:  
Take Western Avenue.  If coming from Albany, Colonial is a left at a light.  We are the first house on the left. 

Changes are coming to Estate Resolution.  This is the last sale for Michael and Sherry.  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. 

Craig and his manager, Kathy Martin, will be at this sale.  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 last sale as well as to introduce the new owner.
Thank you for all of your support and friendship.