Estate of Ruth Yesair (1931-2022)
Together with a collection of rugs and
furniture from (2) additional estates
SALE BEGINS TO CLOSE
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1Oth at
Over 300 Lots to be sold
BID LIVE NOW WHERE BIDDING
STARTS AT $1.00
18% Buyers Premium - Mass
State Tax Applies - MA Lic# 770
years ago, the Dr and Mrs Yesair built their dream house in
Byfield, where they could watch birds, deer, and other wildlife from their back
patio. This led naturally to Ruth's last volunteer work at the Plum Island
National Wildlife Refuge. Additionally, she had been a board member for The
Anna Jaques Hospital Aid Association; the Firehouse Civic Center; the Society
for the Development of Arts and Humanities; and the Museum of Old Newbury where
she had served on the board and the collections committee. Ruth was a past
chair of the Newbury Library Trustees and had been a member of the Newbury
Historical Commission, for which she coordinated the commemorative book
"Images of the Past" for Newbury's 350th anniversary.
You will find a great
variety of objects in this nearly 300 lot sale.
From Volvo sedan to New
England country primitives, (18th c) cased furniture to (20th
c) benchmade reproductions, wrought iron, books, instruments to antique tools,
rugs, art, hook rugs, garden bench, Chinese rosewood campaigne chests etc.
Jay Williamson | (978) 387-4045 | email@example.com
PREVIEW: Thursday, Nov 10 from 3-6
and TERMS: Payment is due upon receipt of invoice and will be charged to
your credit card on file. All sales are final, no credits or returns. All
items are SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS and WITH ALL FAULTS. Bidders are strongly
encouraged to ask any questions prior to bidding. Please refer to photos as
part of the description. JMA will do its best to list any damage, repairs or
restorations, the absence of these descriptions or conditions must not be taken
to imply that the lot is in perfect condition. Remember you are purchasing
antique or used items. Expect signs of wear consistent with age.
PICK UP INSTRUCTIONS: Winning
bidders must provide boxes and paper. Winning bidders are responsible for
removal and loading of all items. Smaller items will be available for curbside
pickup. A representative will be there to assist, but the winning bidder assumes
any and all responsibility for any damage or injury that should take place once
they are on the property.
136 Main Street, Newbury, MA. Pick will be FRIDAY and SATURDAY, NOV 11 and 12 from 10-4pm. ITEMS NOT PICKED UP WILL BE CONSIDERED ON SCHEDULED PICK UP
TIMES WILL BE CONSIDERED ABANDONDED WITH NO REFUNDS. Small items can be
transported back to Amesbury with for a $25 fee per lot. Restrictions
apply. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
SHIPPING IS AVAILABLE: Shipping is the
responsibility of the buyer. Please contact the Parcel Room at 603-431-4205
or email@example.com. A release must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.