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Quilts Sold at an Estate Auction

Quilts Sold at an Estate Auction in Greeneville, TN. This was from the Estate of the late Woody family. #quilts

Quilts Sold at an Estate Auction

We recently went to an Estate Auction and they had some quilts auctioned off. This auction was in Greeneville, TN.

Quilts Sold at an Estate Auction in Greeneville, TN. This was from the Estate of the late Woody family. #quilts
Quilts Sold at an Estate Auction in Greeneville, TN. This was from the Estate of the late Woody family. #quilts

Wedding ring quilt sold for $100 (Shown above)


Liberty Star sold for $75 (red, white and blue)

Honey comb hex quilt sold for $80

Star quilt sold for $120

Quilts Sold at an Estate Auction in Greeneville, TN. This was from the Estate of the late Woody family. #quilts

I didn’t get to get a picture of them all.

This shows you how expensive quilts are a d people know that, as I’m sure those won I g bidders can turn these quilts around and sell them for more.

I did bid on a box that had Zebra pens and mechanical pencils plus a lot of other office stuff and won.

In that box lot were a nice pair of Wiss 175 Scissors. They do need to be sharpen.

In that box lot were a nice pair of ​Wiss 175 Scissors. Still sharp too.

There was a sewing box that sold for $20 I think. I was going to bid but it got more than I would pay.

Sewing box


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