Our sale is the first sale listed below.
Be sure to check out details about two other
OKC metro area sales being conducted by friends.
(Scroll down to see all sales’ details, as well as preview pics.)

SALE #1 (Sale by McNeil Liquidations):
The estate of Mr. Robert & the late Mrs. Beverly Parker
4000 Patty Lane, Bethany, OK 73008 (Click on address for map.)
Saturday, 8 March, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
(Numbers for orderly admission handed out starting at 8:00 a.m.)
Sunday, 9 March, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
To see preview pics in slide show form, w/music, CLICK HERE.
Home equipped with a satellite-monitored security system.
Police officer on site throughout sale.
Gold, sterling, and other select items not on site until sale day.
Please pay for all items at the east showcase at the case itself.
We’ll be watching the weather forecasts all week.
In case of highly inclement weather,
we’ll postpone until the next weekend.
Barbara Precure is the realtor.
(More pics to be added through Saturday!)

SALE #2 (Sale by Collectibles, Etc.):
Gwin will be holding her half-price sale
on Sunday, 9 March, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
(Sale postponed from this past weekend
due to highly inclement weather.)
5401 N. Hudson, Oklahoma City, OK 73103 (Click on address for map.)
To see preview pics of what the sale looked like
prior to the first day last weekend, CLICK HERE.

SALE #3 (Sale by J.R. Holder):
11020 Maple Creek Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73120 (Click on address for map.)
Sunday, 9 March, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

To see preview pics of this Quail Creek estate sale, CLICK HERE.

The pics in the gallery below are of our sale at 4000 Patty Lane.
Left click once on any thumbnail to make it expand,
then use the cursors you’ll find in the lower right-hand corner
of any pic in the gallery to scroll backward or forward.


  1. Ainslee Crum on March 4, 2014 at 8:07 am

    Is there a price on the car?

    • Matt McNeil on March 5, 2014 at 5:04 am

      We price cars and precious metals the day before the sale itself each time, Ainslee.

      Best regards
      Matt McNeil, ISA CAPP

  2. Karen Johnston on March 4, 2014 at 10:07 am

    Matt, Thanks for the great photos. Always enjoy seeing all the items offered in the sale. Pats on the back to all of you. Haven’t been able to come to the sales for a while, but I will return!

    • Matt McNeil on March 5, 2014 at 5:23 am

      I look forward to seeing you again!


  3. Mark on March 4, 2014 at 10:57 am

    When I get an email about a sale, it would be nice to see the dates of the sale in the email, instead of having to go to the web site for that very important detail. Thank you.

    • Matt McNeil on March 5, 2014 at 5:11 am

      Thanks for the feedback, Mark.

      There are two reasons we don’t put all the sale information in each e-mail blast. I’m glad you asked about that.

      First, it’s very easy to fill up a small space with text, and most marketers will tell you to keep your message short and sweet. Serious customers will, studies show, continue on for more information. Second, we track all our e-mails — who opened, who didn’t open, who clicked, who didn’t click, et cetera. Without a click-through, we have no clear way of knowing how many of our customers are getting our e-mail notices and reading them.

      We look forward to seeing you this weekend in Bethany’s Brownsville neighborhood!

      Best regards,
      Matt McNeil, ISA CAPP

  4. Joyce Northrup on March 4, 2014 at 9:54 pm

    I find that pictures of the family that this Estate belongs to are distracting and unnecessary. I think that 99% of the people viewing these pictures are interested only in the treasures that are for sale, not in the history of the family and their awards, etc. Not to be disrespectful, but this IS an estate sale, not a family album.

    • Matt McNeil on March 5, 2014 at 5:02 am

      Dear Joyce:

      Thanks for the feedback.

      I’m sorry that you don’t like the family touches; however, the vast majority of customers who write me have very, very positive things to say about the things we add in about the families themselves.

      Furthermore, we don’t really add them for the public in the first place, but as little memorials for the client’s sake. (Remember, it’s often very hard for the family members to let these things go. Personalizing it eases them through the process.)

      Occasionally, I have a client who asks that we use no family information whatsoever, and that’s fine, too. At the end of the day, it’s all about providing my client and customers alike with a good work product.

      I’m sorry we won’t see eye to eye on this subject, but do hope you’ll continue to shop with us for your own treasures for many years to come.

      Best regards
      Matt McNeil, ISA CAPP

  5. denise on March 5, 2014 at 6:42 pm

    i doubt that i am a “1-percenter” when it comes to my opinion of the inclusion of personal info in your slideshows. i am humbled and honored by being allowed into these homes that reflect the lives of real people, and feel that they are in turn being honored by having something of their story told to those of us who are taking their treasured belongings to our homes. you provide a valuable service to the families left behind, and the stories interspersed in the slideshows are a tribute to their loved ones.

    • Matt McNeil on March 5, 2014 at 7:53 pm

      Thank you, Denise!

      It’s been a long, hard, rainy day over in our neck of the woods, but your kind note just made me smile from ear to ear.

      Thank you for that!

      Fond regards,
      Matt McNeil, ISA CAPP

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