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Estate of Bob and Karen Hayes - NLR
ABOUT THIS SALE:
This listing is for an ESTATE SALE at a specific location.
Need help getting there? No problem! We always have turn-by-turn directions, a map & parking info. on our website: patradingco.com
We are notorious for opening early... by as much as 20 min.s!
Thursday: full price
Friday: 20% off
Saturday: 50% off
QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS SALE:
For a better response time, don’t email questions. Please call or text instead. We are at a sale house and not in front of a computer, so we don’t see emails ’til WAY later. We’d love to have a better chance to help you!
We are honored to conduct the estate sale of Bob & Karen Hayes. This week, March 14-16, we will be selling the general household items starting on Thursday. NEXT weekend, on Saturday, March 23rd, we will be selling Bob Hayes’ instruments and stage gear at the same location. Please see details & photos at the bottom of this listing and help us spread the word to all of his friends and fans! You can find a post on our Facebook page as well.
Beautiful pair of Klipsch La Scalas, Marantz tuner MR220, Panasonic Technics turn table, pair of Klipsch Hereseys, TEAC A-300 cassette recorder, Sansui D-100 cassette recorder, Kenwood Equalizer, Samsung DVD player, Sony panel TV, antique Singer sewing machine with case, Strawberry Shortcake lunchbox, vintage bike light with wheel-driven generator, large selection of film cameras - mostly Cannon - and accessories, dishes and china - Noritake Dynasty - and lots of other kitchenware, antique railroad lantern and other RR stuff, Anheuser-Busch wooden crates, folding chairs, oil lamps, wicker chair, Bob Hayes memorabilia, antique copper/brass fire extinguisher, antique case radio, butler tray table, small antique refrigerator cabinet by Senitor, Gumby comic books, Red Ryder BB gun, Whirlpool under-counter ice maker, linens, beauty and first aid, Shark upright canister vac, tall chest of drawers with Asian inlay - matching dresser and night stands too, queen-sized bed and mattress set, telescope by Celestron, games, small white wicker vanity and small corner shelf, cigar boxes, sea shells, women’s clothing and shoes, luggage and bags, lingerie cabinet, home workout gear, tall chest and matching night stand, trunk/blanket chest, books, CDs, LPs, home office items, baskets, old military helmets, tools, cleaning supplies, tires and rims, gate-leg table, charcoal grill, coolers/ice chests, small pet porters, camping gear, scuba gear, fishing gear, rope hammock, sled, milk crates, old pew, desk, hospital bed base, large metal double gate, plastic trash cans, file cabinet, medium sized chest freezer, Kenmoore washing machine and gas dryer, and much more!
NEXT WEEKEND!!: On Saturday, March 23, we will be selling the following instruments and stage gear which belonged to the legendary Bob Hayes. It will be a one-day only sale at the same location as this week’s house sale. Each item will be priced and available for sale, and written offers will be accepted as well. At the close of that day’s sale, we will communicate all highest offers on remaining items to the Executor of the estate. If you have any questions, please contact John at 501-607-4747 - text messages are preferred so that he can keep track of who contacts him about which pieces more effectively. Please help spread the word to all his friends and fans! (We have a photo gallery of the following items on our website: patradingco.com )
- 4 Ovation 6-string guitars
- 1 Ovation 12-string guitar
- 1965 Rickenbacker Eelctric 12-string
- Fender Dobro
- 1975 Guild D-50 acoustic
- Hyundai 6-string acoustic
- 1974/75 Gibson Les Paul Standard
- 1947 National Lap Steel
- 1964 Telecaster with Bigsby
- 1957 Gibson J-45
- early 1920’s Gibson banjo
- early Vega banjo
- vintage sound board and rack units
- 2 Fender Blackface Twin Reverb amps
- Fender Silverface Twin Reverb amp
- Gibson amp head
- Leslie speaker cabinet
- Klipsch industrial loud speakers - La Scala and Hereseys
- large selection of vintage pedals
and much more!
Please, please, please stay on the pavement. There aren’t curbs and the ground is VERY soggy, as I’m sure you realize. The road is also pretty narrow, so it will help if everyone will only park on one side of the road. Thank you for your help!