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TWO TERRIFIC OKLAHOMA CITY ESTATE SALES THIS WEEKEND:THE ESTATE OF RALPH & SARAH NEWCOMB (moved out of Linwood)AND A VERY ECLECTIC ESTATE IN THE HEART OF HERITAGE HILLS

SALE #1 (Sale by McNeil Liquidations):
4932 N. May Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73112

The estate of the late Ralph Newcomb and his wife, Sarah Powell-Newcomb,
plus many items from the estate of Sarah’s father, the late Right Reverend Chilton Powell,
former Episcopal bishop of The Diocese of Oklahoma
50% OFF EVERYTHING ON SUNDAY!
50% OFF EVERYTHING ON SUNDAY!
50% OFF EVERYTHING ON SUNDAY!

Saturday, 4 May, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

(Numbers for orderly admission will be handed out from 8:00 a.m.
Customers will be admitted per their numbers in increments of fifty customers at a time.)
Sunday, 5 May, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
(Numbers for orderly admission will be handed out from 9:00 a.m.
Customers will be admitted per their numbers in increments of sixty customers at a time.)
Monday, 1 April, from 9:00 a.m. to noon.
(No numbers. “First come, first served.”)
Please inspect your selections with care prior to purchase,
as all sales will be absolute and final.
Cash only on all purchases in, on, or behind the showcases.
Cash or debit/credit on all other purchases. (We do not take checks.)

Select items not on site until Saturday.
Venue equipped with a monitored security system.
Oklahoma City police officer on site throughout sale.
No children under age 18 will be allowed into the toy/doll area. (We’ll have monitored stanchions.)
No more than six customers at a time will be allowed into the toy/doll area.

Tax-exempt? You must submit a physical copy of your tax exemption permit,
else sales tax will be collected. (Disabled veterans need only show their cards.)
Staff does not wrap nor deliver. You alone are responsible for your purchases.
Items must be removed by Monday at noon
unless you’ve already made other arrangements with Matt.
CLICK HERE TO SEE OVER FIVE HUNDRED PREVIEW PICS

OF THIS MASSIVE SALE MOVED OUT OF THE LINWOOD NEIGHBORHOOD.

SALE #2 (Sale by P.E.L.):
721 NW 14th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Saturday, 4 May, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
(Numbers for orderly admission will be handed out from 8:00 a.m.)
Sunday, 5 May, from noon to 3:00 p.m.
Monday, 6 May, from 10:00 a.m. to noon
Please inspect your selections with care prior to purchase,
as all sales will be absolute and final.
Home equipped with a monitored security system.
Select items not on site until Saturday.
Oklahoma City police officer on site throughout sale.
This Heritage Hills home has already been sold.
Please do NOT call us with questions, as this is not our sale.
If you have questions about this sale, please call Greg Rowland at 405.650.4853.
CLICK HERE TO SEE PREVIEW PICS

OF THIS HERITAGE HILLS ESTATE SALE.

SALE #3 (Sale by James Bean Estate Sales):
CLICK HERE to see preview pics of this Putnam Heights estate sale.
1420 NW 37th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Saturday, 4 May, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Sunday, 5 May, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Please inspect your selections with care prior to purchase,
as all sales will be absolute and final.
Please do NOT call us with questions, as this is not our sale.
If you have questions about this sale, please call Brian Benson at 405.528.0127.

SALE #4 (Auction by Ken Carpenter Auction):
Kenny will conduct a residential auction in Norman this Saturday, 4 May.
CLICK HERE to see general auction information.
CLICK HERE to see preview pics.
Please inspect your selections with care prior to purchase,
as all sales will be absolute and final.
Please do NOT call us with questions, as this is not our sale.
If you have questions about this sale, please call Ken Carpenter at 405.620.1524.

1 Comment

  1. Matt McNeil on April 28, 2019 at 4:19 pm

    McNeil Liquidations‘ next estate sale? 4, 5, and 6 May, 2019.
    (It’s a fun, eclectic estate moved out of the Linwood Place neighborhood,
    and will include a great many pieces from the estate of
    the late Right Revered Chilton Powell, former Episcopal bishop of Oklahoma.)

    Expect vintage advertising, toys of all kinds
    (including many Steiff and Hermann-Spielwaren pieces),
    American silver coins, luxury handbags (e.g., Prada, Louis Vuitton,
    Burberry, Armani, Maurizio Tatuti, and others),
    a 1923 Chickering grand piano made in 1923 (freshly tuned!),
    original works and works on paper by such well listed artists as
    Stephen Mopope, Fernando Botero, Richard Kozlow, Leonard Reedy,
    Nan Sheets, Richard “Dick” Goetz, Ernst de Jong, Evelyn Marx,
    Kaoru Kawano, Andō Hiroshige, photographer Suzanne Eliel, and others.

    Also expect International “Spring Glory” pattern sterling flatware,
    Wallace “Grande Baroque” pattern sterling flatware,
    plique-à-jour, Japanese cloisonné, and other fine enamel wares,
    two exceptional gold and diamond rings, platinum bands,
    chandeliers, lanterns, table lamps, bookcases, rugs, books,
    a (pristine) 1927 white enamel range original to/purchased from The Tulsa Club,
    a late Victorian pump organ in walnut, an Edwardian hall tree in dark oak,
    Dansk dinnerware (old Danish mark, in both “Blue Mist” and “Brown Mist”),
    Mid-Century Modern furniture (including a Herman Miller table designed by Charles & Ray Eames
    AND and a bedroom suite in Drexel’s “Profile” line designed by John Van Koert),
    a Navajo rug, an exceptionally fine Salish basket,
    locally made studio pottery (including several Bob Hanlin pieces),
    a super funky Malmö-style fireplace and chimney complete with (unused) electric grate,
    a full service of Lenox bone china dinnerware in the “Springdale” pattern,
    twelve gorgeous Wedgwood bone china chargers in the “Cockington” pattern,
    a large service of Haviland porcelain dinnerware in the “Albany” pattern,
    Oklahoma City memorabilia, Lalique crystal, Orientalia,
    breweriana galore (e.g., Blatz, Schlitz, Lone Star, Pabst Blue Ribbon,
    Coors, and even Oklahoma City’s very own Progress Beer!),
    Twenties & Thirties kitchen wares galore, costume jewelry,
    a richly carved square piano ca. 1860 – 70, and MUCH more.
    In the meantime, it is (as always) our pleasure
    to provide you with info about sales by friends.

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