Now that the preparations are in order! We’ve got the list, and a sneak preview of the layout for the auction! Don’t forget to come on by! Auction List for the Sale of the Estate of Esther Patricia Crabtree Rie Munoz – Dive Bombing Rie Munoz –...read more
Notice of Estate Auction/Sale for Esther Patricia Crabtree.
Saturday, November 10th, 2018; Doors open at 8:00am for viewing.
Reliable Transfer Corp. will conduct an Outcry Auction on Saturday, November 10th, 2018, at 3241 Hospital Drive, Juneau, AK. The doors open at 8:00am, for viewing; and the auction starts at 9:00am.
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This auction is being conducted as part of an Estate liquidation.
Items to be Auctioned
Household Goods Consisting of: Chairs, Tables, Kitchen Table & Chairs, Oriental Rugs, Dressers, Bedroom Set, Chest, curio and Glass Display Case, 2 Drawer Wooden File Cabinet, Stools, Freezer, Vacuum Cleaner, Desk, Ladders, Tools, and Many More Household Items.
Personal Effects, Art, and Knick-Knacks Consisting of: Framed Artwork, Prints and Paintings, Kitchenware, Crystal, Silverware, Lots of Blue/Colbalt Glass, Flatware, Glassware, Depression Glass, China, Stemware, Pottery, Native Carved Items & Ivory, Antique Vases, Christmas Decorations, Craft Supplies, and Much More!
Art by Notable Artists: Rie Munoz, Kathy Andersen, Herb Bonnet, Byron Birdsall, Jon Van Zyle, Steve Hillyer, Bill Helin, Dale De’Armond, Gordon Miller, Paula Wolfe, Gerald Petitt, Mark Wheeler, Pat Henson and Lisa Winter.
by D. Catotti. Item/Series: 19/145read more
by Byron Birdsall.read more
1984 “Puffins-Which Way Did It Go?” by Paula Wolfe Item/Series: 63/900read more
“Tangled Traces” by Rie Munoz. Item/Series: 146/750read more
“Dive Bombing” by Rie Munoz. Item/Series: 21/1250read more
“Iditarod Race Headquarters” By Rie Munoz. Item/Series: 28/750 At Iditarod Race headquarters in Nome, officials track the progress of the mushers on a large board marked with all the checkpoints along the Iditarod route. Those men and women who have...read more
Poster “Magic Kayak” by Dale DeArmond. From Rie Munoz Gallery. Unlimited Series.read more
“Gambell Mother” by Rie Munoz Item/Series: 296/1250 I’ve visited numerous Eskimo villages and only on St. Lawerence Island in the Bering Sea did I observe a break in what I had thought to be tradition throughout the Eskimo nation. Here parents carry...read more
“Crane” by Rie Munoz. Item/Series: 52/500 Great Blue Herons are popular fishermen in S.E. Alaska. They stand motionless in shallow water and strike fast as lightning when an unsuspecting fish swims...read more
Artwork by Rie Munoz. “Peaceable Alaska”. From New York Art Expo 1983.read more
1992 Framed Artwork. The artist name is signed in the corner. Item/Series 53/475.read more
Don’t forget to come by and browse or buy on Saturday, November 10th! Doors open for viewing at 8:00am; and the Auction starts at 9:00am! Take a look at some of the preparations. 🙂 There’s so much to see here! Don’t miss your...read more
Framed Print “Trumpeter Swan” by A. Slattery Number/Series: 37/180read more
Top Left: “Nantucket” Top Right: “Rocky Point” Bottom: “Quiet Waters”read more
Lot – Corner Curio Cabinet w/ Glass Shelves (Empty)read more
Lot – Curio Cabinet w/ Stained Glassread more
Lot – Curio Cabinet w/ Glass Shelves Lot – Blue & White China Set Lot – Cobalt Glassread more
Number 4 of 12 in Alaskan Aviation History Series A by Steve Hillyer (1983-1984) Piece 1037 of Series 1500.read more
“Sidewalk Cafe, Tenakee”, was the 9th print issued in 1998 by Rie Munoz An electric spool, a checkered oil cloth (table cloth), plastic chairs and voila, it’s Tenakee’s café, or actually “gravel trail café”. Just like Paris: it’s fun to sit...read more
“Chess Game” One of the many picturesque structures in Juneau is the Messerschmidt Building, originally a bakery and now a small hotel. The lobby boasts a chess game table and as likely as not is occupied by sharply focused chess players. The...read more
Winter is closing in on Alaska’s King Island, and soon the Eskimo villagers will be cut off from the world for many months. That suits them fine — but only if they can first brave a rough and windy sea to fetch the new priest in time for Christmas....read more