Superb Bedford Estate Sale

Friday and Saturday, July 12th, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., July 13th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 7 Lexington Circle, Bedford, MA.

This large estate boasts thousands of antiques, vintage pieces and quality modern items at bargain prices.  Don't miss this opportunity, from Charak and Stickley furniture to a Civil War saber, to huge amounts of glassware including Uranium (Vaseline) glass!  Dealers' delight.  Quality and quantity and something for everyone.  (See Photo Preview below the following description.)  


  • Modern tall cherry-wood electronics cabinet with flat-screen TV and equipment.
  • Second entertainment center.
  • Vintage grandfather clock.
  • Stickley rocker
  • Antique burled wood secretary desk. 
  • Maple end table, antique mahogany end table and others.
  • Ethan Allen Tallboy dresser and 14-drawer dresser.
  • Ornate, engraved brass-tray coffee table with elegant curved wood legs.  
  • Pedestal tables.
  • Floral sofa and Chippendale-style sofa.
  • Rattan and fabric sofa and loveseat in fine condition and matching coffee table with marble top and six rattan chairs.   
  • Glass-top rattan end table.
  • Ethan Allen night stands. 
  • Tommy Bahama antiqued maple nesting tables.
  • Empire table.
  • Antique trestle table and end tables.
  • Charak dresser (1936). 
  • Corner cabinet with inlaid doors.
  • Charak side chest (1936).
  • Rectangular rattan coffee table.
  • Two sets of nesting tables – one with spindle legs and the other with inlaid game boards.
  • Large Piecrust tilt table with carved legs.   
  • Pair of carved mahogany sitting chairs with blue fabric in fine condition.
  • Antique secretary with carved wood inlaid trim. 
  • Rattan sitting chair with cushion and matching end table.
  • Pretty Civil-War-era writing desk with matching chair.
  • Governor Winthrop-style secretary desk. 
  • Round Federalist mirror. 
  • Wooden flat file.
  • Wing chair with ottoman.
  • Drop-leaf mahogany table.  
  • Small bookcase.
  • Carved-back armless side chair.
  • Antique empire mahogany pedestal table (expandable) and other pedestal tables.  
  • Victorian-carved and upholstered sofa.
  • Stickley nesting tables. 
  • Brass andiron and fireplace screens.
  • Several attractive mirrors. 
  • Antique étagère with marble top and oval mirror.
  • Ornate carved-wood upholstered Divan/Sofa.  
  • Metal vertical four-drawer files.
  • Wood table trolley.
  • Pedestal base pie table.
  • Floor lamps and table lamps.
  • Tufted-back arm chair.
  • Ornate wall shelf.
  • Pedestal side table.
  • Vintage breakfront. 
  • Four ladder-back rush seats.
  • Victorian chairs at least 70 years old.
  • Charak small side table. 
  • Wicker sunroom furniture.  
  • Wood pew.
  • Floor and table lamps.
  • Birdseye maple drop-leaf table (rectangular) and pine drop-leaf table (large/round). 
  • Nesting tables with Asian motif.

Bedroom furniture:

  • Charak boudoir set (1936).
  • Antique night stands.
  • King-size two-post pineapple bed.
  • Queen-size steel and brass bed.
  • Matching bedroom sets including dressers and dressing table, circa 1937.
  • Bedroom storage unit.  
  • Highboy-style armoire.

Dining Room:

  • Ethan Allen pine hutch, dining-room table and four captain’s chairs.
  • Antique brass chandelier.
  • Drop-leaf dining table.

Art and bric-a-brac: 

  • Framed posters and prints including Currier and Ives’ “The Road Winter”.
  • Painting of Union General John J. Elwell. 
  • Harry Venezuela wood carvings (1970 and 1971).
  • Ceramiche E Gres D'Arte Lion (1964)
  • Framed Currier and Ives lithograph -- The Road, Winter.  
  • Monet print.
  • Decorative mugs, crockery and ceramics and other home goods.  
  • Painted wood ducks.
  • Copper and pewter pitchers.
  • Isle of White glass.
  • Martha’s Vineyard glass.
  • Many silk-flower arrangements.
  • Porcelain teapot collection.
  • Large decorative copper pitchers. 
  • Decorative wooden armadillo.
  • Brass candlesticks.
  • Silver coffee urn
  • Silver teapot.
  • Much more.


  • Civil War cavalry saber made by J.E. Bleckmann of Soligen Prussia (Germany).  The base of the full-length blade has his distinctive maker’s mark with the letters "BM” in a bow and arrow design.
  • ​Bayonet from WWI era, made by Springfield Armory in Massachusetts. Circa 1908. 
  • ​ Vintage Thomas and Williams Cambrian brass lantern, circa 1806, that reportedly traveled in a covered wagon from New Jersey to Ohio.   
  • English brass gin measure nearly 200 years old with weights and measures stamp.
  • ​Vintage copper incense burner and many 100-year-old copper pieces.
  • Quilts from the 1800s. 
  • Antique mortar and pestle.
  • Turn-of-century, ornate clock.  
  • Many vintage copper vases, vessels and pots.
  • 100-year-old dolls in wood boxes.
  • Three vintage men’s hats in original boxes.
  • Lampson and Goodnow 18-piece cutlery set with ivory-handled knives and forks.
  • Ansonic Cherub clock.
  • Antique mirror with rising Phoenix.
  • Vintage table clock and wall clock. 
  • American Flyer sled.
  • Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates. 

China and glassware:

  • Lenox Montclair china set for 12.
  • Wedgewood California set for 12.
  • Susie Cooper bone china.
  • Boxes of Limoges china
  • Hundreds of glassware pieces including goblets, champagne flutes, highballs, martini glasses, and Uranium (Vaseline) glass.  

Clothing:  Beaver and mink coats and more. 

Kids corner: 

  • Assorted children's chairs including vintage Windsor chair . 
  • PlaySkool table and chairs.
  • Child’s stroller.
  • Child’s indoor slide..


  • Makita chop saw
  • Craftsman radial saw
  • Powered hedge trimmer
  • Assorted tools and aluminum ladders.
  • Christmas decorations.

Tons of kitchenware, outdoor furniture and lots more.

Terms and Conditions:
We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and debit cards. All sales final.

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