Accepted forms of Payment:

Cash or Credit/Debit Cards

Estate of Lorren H. and Frances M. Dennison 


Since they married in 1949 Lorren and Frances led a busy life in their home together in Central City. Their shared love for the outdoors, biking, gardening, beekeeping, reading, bird watching, and music provides many unique offerings. Everything here truly has a story. 

Collectibles and other unique nostalgic items:

Several accordions; amber depression glass; arts and crafts book case and curio cabinets; several antique copper boiler wash tubs; a small collection of costume jewelry; crocheted afghans and rugs; mid-60s storage hassock; two “world map” jackets from Italy; vintage frames, games, and toys; 1989 large plush Energizer Bunny; baskets; oil and kerosene lamps; jigsaw puzzles; 1906 framed map of Central City; numerous old gas station maps; old calendars; troll dolls; small multi-drawer metal cabinet; several Royal manual typerwriters and metal rolling typewriter table stands with folding sides; 1970s Corelle “Spring Blossom” pattern dishes (discontinued); quilts dating back to the early 1900s; vintage crocheted potholders, hot mats, and trivets; embroidered linens and dainty ladies handkerchiefs with lace, tatted, and crocheted edges; doilies; numerous aprons; darning thread, buttons, wood spools, and yarn; huge lot of vintage chemistry lab glassware, equipment, and books; Michael Anthony Ricker pewter figurines; scissors of all sizes; yard sticks; several Deen’s ceramic pieces; and more.


Several vintage bikes and bike parts; tools, tool box, and hardware (some old, some modern); axes and mauls; leather work gloves and ice scrapers; antique 2-man crosscut logging saw; rustic wood buck bow cross cut saws; hiking sticks and baseball bats; metal combination ladder; metal garbage can; old metal signs and deer antlers; gardening tools and weathered birdhouses; BB guns and gun racks; fishing poles and tackle boxes; cast iron Dutch ovens and skillets; campfire cooking equipment; large campfire coffee pot; Hearth Craft fireplace (made in Spain); fireplace tools and coal buckets; wringer washer; and more.


Several sewing machines; Kenmore stacking washer and dryer (electric); Whirlpool microwave; toaster; bath linens; canning jars of all sizes; kitchen utensils and towels; vintage 1940s Sunbeam Mixmaster; retro Tupperware pieces; cake stand and clear glass servers; cookbooks and very full recipe boxes; glassware and stemware; custard cups; Pyrex clear glass percolator; silver service; decorative plates; and more.


Several rockers; antique side table and lamp stand; cushioned storage bench; several matching mid-size freestanding wood bookcases; nearly new rocker recliner (sable color, plush fabric); Broyhill sofa, brown microfiber (like new, nailhead trim, accent pillows); vintage wood office desks; armoire wardrobe; 2 drawer oak file cabinet; project chairs; and more.

You will also find small furniture and tables full of misc. in the front and back yards; a home library of 6,000+ books of every subject you could possibly imagine; and one item we are unable to identify!

Sale dates will be:
Saturday, August 26th from 9am-4pm
Sunday, August 27th from 10am-4pm

(most items 1/2 price on Sunday)

1810 Maine Ridge Rd. in Central City (watch for signs along Hwy 13)

Numbers given out 1 hour prior to start of each days sale!

We look forward, as always, to seeing you at this exceptional sale!