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This is a tag estate sale, not an auction. Please look at the pictures carefully. Please do not call or text me about prices.
We have some very unique items. 
We have a fossil commonly known as orthoceras. It is a straight shelled cephalopods the lived over 370 millions years ago.
Think Colorado Lodge.
Beautiful log tables & chairs, originally from the
"Blue Berry Bog" in Zavalla, Texas.
Deer & Sheep head mounts.
This is a must come to estate sale!!


Friday -  March 5th 8:00 - 4:00
    Saturday -  March 6th  8:00 - 4:00
Sunday -  March 7th 9:00 - 4:00
Put your mouse over the picture & it will change
We will be opening at
8:00 A.M.

March 5th 8:00 - 4:00
March 6th 8:00 - 4:00
March 7th 9:00 - 4:00

We except Credit Cards
Cash & Checks
  • No Children or Strollers
  • No Public Restrooms

Awesome Dining Room
In the china cabinet is 130 something pieces of really nice 
"Desert Rose"
What We Call the Great Room
Estate Sale 
11370 US Hwy 96 N.
Brookeland, Texas
Master Bedroom
This is a small Hunter Black Forest 30 hour
Cuckoo Clock. It works great
Are you a cast iron lover?
 Check this out!!
Wagner- Griswold- Lodge
A few with gate-marks & a few with heat rings

On The Pictures that are in a row, Click on The 1st Picture in Each Set & They Will Get Bigger, At The Top It Will have next or previous
Utility Room 
Sometimes your GPS might send you in the wrong direction especially in rural areas. So head straight up Hwy 96 N, cross RR255 & look for my red & yellow Estate sale signs, They will lead you straight to me! If your coming from the North, head south on Hwy 96 after you come through Brookeland & look for my signs.
The Kitchen
(Don't forget to click on the 1st picture in the row to make them larger)
Beautiful leather & suede Couch-1 1/2 Chair with ottoman (that is not shown here) & love seat with very nice Broyhill coffee table, sofa table & end table
Here are more pictures of the awesome Orthoceras. It has been extinct for over 370 million years. They lived inside of their shell, had tentacles they could use to grab food & used jet propulsion, squirting water to move.
Back Porch
Last But Certainly Not Least---
 The Garage & Outside
Rich Lighter Pine