June 14-16, 2024

1000 Virginia Place
Fort Worth, TX 76107

Friday and Saturday 10-4
Sunday 1-3

You do not want to miss this one.

From I-30 exit Hulen and go north to Camp Bowie. Turn right on Camp Bowie and go east past the light on Clover Lane to Virginia Place and turn left.

Virginia is a sort of busy and it might be easier to park on Mattison.


This old rock house in Arlington Heights has surprising, unusual, rare, and varied contents. Paul Philippe bronze “The Awakening” (1925), lots of colorful pottery by Pam Summers, paintings by Grodner, Irene Glass, Hugo Herbeck. Picasso print “Le Coq.” Some etchings. Raku crackle glaze pottery.

Vintage Mercedes Benz grille. Player piano with lots of rolls. Audiophiles will like the electro voice Patrician speaker from the 50s. It’s huge. Lion in frost signed lucite and glass coffee table. Vintage rocking horse. Antique optical company trial lens set.

Old campaign buttons. Vintage hand made tile top chess table. Old framed butterfly collection. Vintage lunch boxes include “Toppie”, Roy and Dale, Buck Rogers, Space Satellite, Mickey Mouse.

From WWII maps, books, pictures,etc. Vintage medical tools. John Lennon “Imagine” 24k plated record, limited edition. Eastlake shelf. Tiny violin in case. Several sizes of brass candlesticks. Tiffany sterling bowl, other silver things. Octagonal side table.

A set of Wedgwood Edme large enough to use in a cafe. Franciscan Desert Rose, some painted china from the 1920s, crystal. Dining room furniture is black lacquered table, display cabinet, and chairs. Pair Victorian chairs with blue upholstery.

72- inch TV. Curio cabinet. Music cabinet. Slab of wood, 21″ square, 4 inches thick, some bark still on. Large wooden shallow bowl. Used as a dresser and chest of drawers–counters with drawers from Neiman Marcus when they moved from Camp Bowie. One is nine feet long, one is six feet. Lots of drawers!

And in thirty years, here is something I hadn’t seen: a vintage condom tin collection!!

And more.