|Posted on November 8, 2013 at 12:00 AM|
Bronx, NY 10464
Address will be released on Friday 11/8
Saturday, November 9th
10: 00 AM to 4:00 PM
Four generations of accumulation in this charming seaside home. The basement is packed with tools!
Lots of cool nautical items!
*Many Antique Ships Compasses-(WWII Navy Issue) Pelorus Dummy Compass, Star Pathfinder Box Compass, Navy Life Boat Compass, 1942 Lionel US Navy Compass, Azimuth Circle, Kelvin A, Wilfred & White Co Nautical Instrument. Ritchie Powerdamp Model SP5
*Vintage Epiphone Guitar Model# FT-145 Serial# 1110179
*Brass Ships Bells
*Many Half Dollar Silver Coins Early 1900’s-1950’s
*Vintage Men’s Watches-Logines, Timex
*Emit Kelly Figurines
*Roll Top Desk
*Lots of Tools-Hand and Power
*Antique Wood Tool Box
*Vintage Russell Jennings Spur Auger Bits with Original Box
*Sears Professional Tool Tower
*Early Stanley Plains
*Redwood Patio Furniture
*Vintage china set by Homer Laughlin-Georgian Eggshell Pattern
*Tea Cup Collection-Royal Vale, Queens Regency, Jason, Nippon, Old Royal, Royal Grafton, Aynsley, Crown Staffordshire.
*Crystal Glasses and American Brilliance Bowls
*Capodimonte Porcelain Miniatures
*Above Ground Pool w/Deck-10’ X 15’
*Craftmatic Bed (Never Used)
*Lots of Gardening Tools
*Dining Room Table & Breakfront
*Sheets & Towels
*Flat Screen TV
New Hyde Park, Long Island 11040
Address will be released on 11/9
Sunday, November 10th
10: 00 AM to 3:00 PM
Lots of great vintage toys in this sale!
*Miss Ginger Dolls and Outfits NIB (Cosmopolitan Doll & Toy Company)
*Little Miss Revlon Doll Maize (Ideal Toy Company)
*Aurora Snowmobile Race Set
*Lehmann Rigi Duo E 9000 Ski lift
*Toy Pistols and Rifles
*Matchbox cars Most are well used
*Tyco HO Scale Trains & Accessories
*Fort Apache Carry All
*Mattel Intellivision Intelligent Television Gaming System
*Nishijin Super Deluxe Pachinko Machine
*Antique German Beer Barrels
*California Free Former Banana Skateboard
*Style House China
*Mid- Century Grundig-Majestic Radio & Turntable
*Vintage Walking Canes
*Better Quality Furniture Reasonably Priced
*Bric a Brac
|Posted on October 24, 2013 at 12:40 AM|
Estate and Tag Sales
Paul J. Dunn
Lucky Rabbit Estate Sales
A tag sale is also referred to as a moving sale or an estate sale. This type of sale involves putting most of your items up for sale. Tags that state the price are put on the commodities. If a buyer wants something the person has to pay the price which is listed on the tag. Tag sales are common. They can be done in any state, city or town in the U.S. Different laws and ordinances, however, will apply in the tag sale.
It is good to attend estate and tag sales for several reasons. You will have a chance to buy a wide variety of goods that may not be available in most establishments. Some of the products are unique and in most cases you will get them at an affordable price. The pocket friendly prices and variety are two of the main factors that have made many people appreciative of the idea behind it.
Over the years, Lucky Rabbit Estate Sales has established itself as one of the top companies that offers this service. They have a long list of clients who are satisfied with their services. This is evident from the large number of positive testimonials. Consumers can be assured of getting goods that are worth every penny.
The company organizes estate, tag and moving sales that are highly successful. They attract hundreds of customers who are ready to buy goods. They know how to promote a sale and have developed a big fan base. The company knows what people want. They spare enough time to evaluate and price their goods. The tag prices that they put are reasonable and cost-effective.
They value their customers and always aim to ensure that their needs have been met. They maintain a high level of professionalism. The staff is friendly and helpful. They take time to cater to the needs of clients and always want to leave them satisfied. Most customers who have been to their past sales are more than happy to follow their activities on different sites, and take advantage of the sales that they occasionally hold.
The company has taken various initiatives to help the community. They donate money and items to various organizations that help people including the veterans. The company has also taken certain steps to clean the environment. This is through recycling and reusing some items. It does all that it can to reduce pollution and ensure that we live in a clean environment.
|Posted on October 13, 2013 at 11:25 AM|
Bay Ridge Estate Sale
Brooklyn Estate Sale
We finished setting up the Bay Ridge estate sale yesterday. THIS HOUSE IS PACKED! We found a lot of cool items including a couple of Lionel Locomotives. (Model# 1120; 1666) It comes with a couple cars and tracks. Then we found a beautiful set of Noritake China (“Adela” circa 1933). You can also buy some very elegant Baccarat crystal champagne flutes for you holiday table. There is a ton of china, glassware and kitchenware for purchase.
We also have some vintage Barbie and Ken Dolls. Check out the musical instruments! we have a Baldwin upright piano, an antique violin, guitar, trumpet and some drums. You could get the old band back together! There are also vintage records, shortwave radios, CD players and a nice Samsung big screen TV.
If you’re looking to get ready for Christmas then you should head right to the basement! You won’t be disappointed by the large selection of ornaments and bric a brac! We have many beautiful types of linen to compliment that holiday table.
A picture is worth a thousand words so check out the YouTube slide show below and be sure to subscribe to our site and you’ll receive the address this Friday 10/18 via email.
|Posted on September 10, 2013 at 2:35 PM|
Available now at all of our estate and tag sales!
HELP US HELP OUR VETERANS!
All profits from the sale of these Limited Edition T-shirts will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project New York.
Five ways to help a veteran today
1) Write a letter
Many organizations, including California-based Operation Gratitude, sponsor letter writing campaigns for veterans. It's never too late to write a letter of gratitude to a Veteran.
1. Please make sure your letters will fit in a standard size envelope
2. Include your own name and address in the body of the letter
3. Do not write about politics, religion, death or killing
4. Please do not use glitter
5. This is strictly a letter-writing effort to thank Veterans; please do not send any care package items for Veterans
6. All letters will be screened
7. Send multiple letters together in one large mailing envelope or box
Please send as many letters (or copies with original signature) as you would like by regular mail only to:
Thank a Veteran
c/o Penny Alfonso
1970 Rangeview Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
2) Volunteer at a VA hospital
Veterans of all wars seek health care at the nation's many VA hospitals. And more than likely, there is a VA hospital in your community.
Cathy Pratt of veteran’s organization Freedom is not Free says visiting a VA hospital can make a big difference for a veteran. Many of those hospitalized may not have family or anyone to visit them. Taking a couple hours every week or month to volunteer can make a huge impact on your life and a veteran's life. This would also be a great way to teach children American history by introducing them to the people who have preserved America's freedom.
If you go to the Veterans Administration website, there is a way to sign up volunteer at your local VA hospital.
3) Donate simple things
Not money, but donating small items can help make some lonely lives better. Small donations to VA Hospitals are always welcome. Many patients are on fixed incomes and unable to buy some of the things that could make their recoveries better.
Check with your local VA Hospital, but here are some items they are looking for:
• Coffee and cookies
• New or gently used clothing
• Telephone cards
4) Help the homeless
According to VA, a little more than a fifth of the adult homeless population has served their country. The VA has founded a National Call Center for Veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, that provides free, 24/7 access to trained counselors. Call 1-877-4AID VET (1-877-424-3838).
The American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars also have homeless programs to assist veterans and several charities are dedicated to helping wounded service members and their families. Coming home from war and returning to the workforce while dealing with the wounds of war can also be economically challenging.
If you are going to donate money to help a homeless or struggling veteran, make sure you pick a reputable charity or organization that has 501(c)(3) designation. Contact your local VFW or American Legion to find out how to make sure your money stays in your community.
5) Say thank you
This may be the simplest and maybe the most effective way to make an immediate impact for a veteran. Many veterans may feel disenfranchised and forgotten by a nation. If you see a veteran or know of one, take a moment to say thank you.
"Thank you for your service," is a simple statement that can go a long way.
Veterans have given up a lot to serve their country, and many will deal with emotional and physical wounds for the rest of their lives. Knowing that we appreciate their service and their sacrifice can help.
And don't forget about the veterans still serving. Many of our active duty military personnel have served multiple tours in Afghanistan or Iraq. If you see a person in uniform in public, say thank you -- two words that can make a big difference.
These are just five simple ways to help a veteran, but there are hundreds more ways to make an impact
|Posted on September 1, 2013 at 4:25 PM|
Flatbush Brooklyn Estate Sale-9/14/13
Paul J. Dunn
Lucky Rabbit Estate Sales
We have a great estate sale coming up on Saturday, September 14th It’s packed with lots of great items including a lot of vintage bar needs, Morgan Dollars; other coins, costume jewelry, better quality undamaged furniture, mid-century lamps, small appliances, Hummel's, Kitchen-Aid mixer, vintage Pyrex, China, tons of records, new clothing, new Kenmore sewing machine, sewing needs, vintage bar stools, Avanti dorm fridge, vacuums, vintage and modern fans, shoes and boots, Bric a Brac, etc etc.
One of the highlights of this sale is the 1998 Lincoln Continental “Gucci” edition. It’s in excellent running condition! Not to mention that it looks real good inside and out! It was always garaged and well taken care of by the previous owner. One of the neighbors told me that he only saw the gentleman drive it once or twice a month which accounts for its really low low millage, 88,000K
Come by on Saturday, September 14th and we’ll be happy to take you for a test drive of this magnificent automobile.
|Posted on August 20, 2013 at 10:10 PM|
Lucky Rabbit Estate Sales
NEW YORK'S PREMIERE ESTATE SALE SERVICE
Professional Estate Sales, Tag Sales, Moving Sales, & Clean-Outs
Huge Coin Collector Estate Sale
By Paul J. Dunn
Waccabuc, NY 10597
DON’T MISS IT!
I personally don’t recall seeing a tag or estate sale with as many valuable coins as we have at our upcoming sale in Waccabuc NY 10597.
We have gold coins but the majority are silver, .925 and .999. More importantly most of them have collector value. Any numismatist would be happy to have some of these coins in their own collections. We have multiples of everything. Our cases are so overflowing with coins; we have to hold some back till we have room in the cases!
We also have 10 large books of international and US stamps. A sterling flatware set, several sterling plates 6 troy oz each, sterling jewelry, antique Meissen China service for 8, Christian Dior Gaudron-Malachite service for 8, Antique German MOVT Embee grandfather clock in working order. We have all thins and more!
We updated the photo slide show and descriptions of the coins as well as the other items on our website:
New York Tag and Estate Sale Company.
Professional Estate Liquidators in New York.
Estate Sales, Tag Sales, Cleanouts
|Posted on August 16, 2013 at 2:15 PM|
Coin and Stamp Collectors Estate Sale
Waccabuc, NY 10597
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
This upscale house has the most amazing coin and stamp collection but there is a lot more than that!
Here’s a partial list of the contents:
*2003 Subaru Forester (126,000 miles)
*Craftsmen Professional Cabinet
*Lots of Coins & Currency
*Stamps and More Stamps
*Antique Meissen China Service for 12
*Paul Hanson Lamps
*Christian Dior Malachite Dishes
*Vintage Onkyo Receiver
*Brown Jordan Patio Furniture
*Vintage Epi Speakers
* Glass Top End tables
*Sofa and Matching Chairs
*Modern Side Table and Mirror Set
*Vintage Papasan Chair
*Embee Grandfather Clock
*Doll House and Furniture
*Dansk Enamel Cookware
|Posted on August 6, 2013 at 1:55 PM|
I don't know if you see the pattern in our testimonials? Most them mention "Researching the Items” This is one of the things most estate liquidation companies don't do all that well. They say they do but when I was on the other side of the door of estate sales I was able to purchase many items that they had to clue of the actual value! That’s the advantage to hiring “Lucky Rabbit Estate Sales” both Tom and I have spent many years making a living off of attending so called professionally run estate and tag sales. We have an intimate insight of both sides of the business which makes “Lucky Rabbit Estate Sales” the most professionally managed company in the New York area. Don’t trust your family’s valuables to just any estate liquidation company! Check out our most recent testimonial from Mike and Ester from Brooklyn.
Grandma's estate which included many antique items and furniture needed to be cleared after her passing. We had no idea where to start, not even an understanding of the value of her numerous things. And more importantly, we didn't have the time or money for an advertising campaign or dealing with individual aggressive buyers or brokers. Of course there are some shady companies, and we didn't want her estate to be sold for a fraction of the value that could be obtained. We chose Lucky Rabbit Estate Sales after researching on the web and meeting both Paul and Tom in person. Extremely knowledgeable, professional and friendly, we knew we found the right people to manage the estate sale. They did a fantastic job researching the value of the various antiques, furniture, and art, advertising the sale through multiple channels and setting up the sale in the house and running it with their friendly, honest staff.
We highly recommend Lucky Rabbit!
Thanks Paul and Tom!
Michael and Esther
Happy Clients in Sheepshead Bay
|Posted on July 23, 2013 at 12:20 AM|
We have two great sales that you don’t want to miss coming up this weekend!
Both addresses will be released the day before by email and on our website.
Brooklyn Hoarders Sale-7/27/13 from 9:00am to 5:00pm: We have multiples of almost everything from espresso makers and other new small appliances to a dozen or so bicycles still in the box. We also have vintage bicycles as well as handbags, kitchenware, mid-century lamps, vintage bar and stools, bar items, clothing, tools, antique furniture, early 19th century Italian cabinet, new luggage, bric a brac, school supplies, toys, board games, and a packed basement, garage and attic and a very cool 1973 Dodge Dart in excellent condition! Check out the YouTube slideshow: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sdoolah7ydM
Forest Hills Estate Sale-7/28/13 from 10:00am to 4:00pm: 60 year accumulation, Mid-century furniture and furnishings, vintage costume jewelry, vintage stereo, radios, vintage oil paintings by listed artists, vintage cameras, lots of old books, records, adjustable bed, a ton of bric a brac, kitchenware, bar needs and so much more! Check out the YouTube slideshow: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLVWvA_XRqU
We will also be selling our famous Lucky Rabbit Estate Sales T-shirts to benefit “The Wounded Warrior Project/NYC. 100% of all profits will be donated to this wonderful and necessary organization. Help us say thank you to our troops!
|Posted on July 20, 2013 at 5:55 PM|
What a great for an estate sale!
I just wanted to thank all of you who attended the Whitestone estate sale today! A very special thanks to those who purchased Lucky Rabbit Estate Sales T-shirts to benefit the "Wounded Warrior Foundation" A big thanks to those who just donated money to the cause!