Philip Spencer Estate Sale Services
Serving Texas Families Since 1988

128 E. Elm St./Hillsboro, Texas 76645

(254) 580-0005 (Store)

(512) 663-9976 (Cell)
pspencer0006@sbcglobal.net

Our next scheduled sale will be in Lakeway and tentative dates for the sale will be December 12-14.  I haven't seen this sale yet, but some items mentioned to be sold are: a large assortment of costume jewelry, Waterford, Lladro, jukebox, spinning wheel, nice furniture, antique kitchen items, sterling, silverplate, linens, rugs, LOTS of smalls, ... More will be listed as it is uncovered and pictures will be posted closer to the sale date.

Our first sale of 2015 will be in Ft. Worth (Oakland - two blocks off of IH30). Tentative date for this sale is early January.
Items to be sold include: bakers rack, wicker desk with hutch and chair, oak nightstand, king-size bed with wicker headboard, wicker nightstand, wicker 3-drawer chest, loveseat, glider-rocker with stool, 8 foot sofa, dinette with four chairs ... More will be listed after I visit the house and pictures will be posted closer to the date of the sale. 



If you are not on our email list and would like to be, please email me at pspencer0006@sbcglobal.net or call (512) 663-9976.  We try to have our sales ready in time to invite our email friends to a preview/sale the day before it is advertised.   


NOTICE: Our 3,000 sq. ft. Christmas store located in the historic Old Citizens Bank building in downtown Hillsboro, TX is now open Saturdays from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm and whenever the lights are on, and by appointment. The Christmas Store is on the southwest corner of the downtown square across the street from the historic Hill County Courthouse at #50 W. Elm Street. Come see over 3,000 square feet of everything Christmas. For more information, call (254) 580-0005 or (512) 663-9976.  We carry Old World Christmas, Kurt Adler, Sterling Christmas, Krebs, Enesco, Dept. 56, and many other lines. While in town, visit three antique malls, two antique stores, the historic Hill County Courthouse, the Hill County Museum housed in the old jail where Elvis spent a night, and the award-winning Texas Heritage Museum on the Hill College campus. In the downtown area, dine on excellent Italian, Chinese, and Mexican foods, catfish, gourmet burgers, great BBQ, and homemade desserts.   


      

   


 


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