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North Bend Estate Sale

  • December 9, Friday, 8am - 3pm
  • December 10, Saturday, 9am - 12pm

Sale Reminders!

  • Map & Address are published 3 hours before initial sale time.
  • Cash & Credit Cards accepted.
  • WA Sales tax will be collected.
  • Please remember to bring your own wrap, bags, boxes and help to move furniture and items purchased.
  • We have a strict no pre-sales or previews policy.
  • Pricing information is not available prior to the sale.
  • We are not responsible for accidents or injuries.
  • No refunds or returns. All sales final.
  • For more information on our terms of sale including rules on Sale Entry, The List, and Pricing, please see our What To Expect page.

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Note: This is a partial list of items. More items may be added as the sale approaches.Lots of pictures not showing, as we tried to remove items owner kept) trying to fix, but can view on Estatesales.net and estate sales.org

until further.


Peter Max “Peace on Earth ii” 2005, mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithograph on paper and signed in acrylic, large (removed from sale by client)
Marc Chagall, “Bouquet and bowl of cherries” offset Lithograph 296/500 with COA
Venice at Night, signed and numbered print
Linda Le Knife “La Promise” 2004 serigraph 11 1/2″ x 11 1/2″
Alexander Wissotzky “Red flower with a glass of wine”  2003, Serigraph in color. Signed in ink
Alexander Wissotzky “Allegro”  2003, Serigraph in color. Signed in ink  15 1/2′ x 12 3/4″
Alexander Wissotzky “Peacock sweater”  2006, mixed media on canvas, . Signed in ink  19 1/2′ x 23 1/5″
Alexander Wissotzky “Rainbow Bouquet” 2003 9 1/2″ x 12 1/2″ , serigraph
Alexander Wissotzky , “Table for one” 2003 Serigraph
Anatole Krasnyansky, “Venice Yellow Sunset” 2003 seriolithograph in color on paper
Tarkay, 2004 8 1/3″ x 6 3/8″ “Doreen Standing” serigraph signed in pencil
Rina Sutzkever “Tranquility” hand embellished litho on wood 152/199
Diane Gordon art
Bruce Edwards art
Framed Garden, pressed flowers
A. Zeder, “Waterfall & Blue pool” original collage & watercolor

Gorgeous late 1800’s French china hutch
Bar stools
Antique rocker
Coffee & matching end tables
1915 German grandfather clock
Library table
Thomasville dresser
Folding chairs
Drop leaf desk
Night stands
King bed frame
Thomasville dresser with mirror
Queen bed frame
Cedar chest

Glass, Pottery & China:
Waterford lamps and crystal
British Royalty collector, (owner actually wrote the book)
Antique vases
Carnival glass vase
Fenton hurricane lamp
Princess House glassware


Many other pieces of artwork and wall decor
Tapestry of Romeo & Juliet
Amish quilts
Russian stacking dolls
Inlay music box with Swiss movement
Blanket chests
Native American items
Drum painted by D. Joseph
Darren Yelton NW Coast Carver, artist  signed items
Tony Yelton Squamish Nation, N Vancouver B.C. signed items
Damian George, “Raven & Wolf”
Albert K Joseph, Squamish nation
Artist supplies
Lots of Art books
Men’s clothing
Ireland wool
Icelandic knit sweater
Picture frames
Plastic bins
Office supplies
Yard tools

Colt’s Sporter Rifle, cal. 9mm
Colt Combat Commander
Auto ordnance Corp Model 1911 A1 US Army
Remington model 721 30-06
Smith & Wesson Mod. 4506-1
Spring Field Armory
Browning & Arms
Colt cal model 1927
Browning arms 22 long rifle
Nikko Mod 7000 cal 30-05 w/scope
Gun  books
Hunting knives, Winchester, Trophy stag, Pakistan, American Hunter, MR 621 and others
Lots of ammunition, 223, 44 mag, 338 and more
Reloading equipment
Ammo boxes
Winchester  Ranger gun safe

Firearm Transfer Policies:

Transfer fee is $40.00 (or may have changed) per firearm, non-refundable.
Purchasers must be 18 years old for all rifles (not including semi-automatic) and shotguns.
Purchasers must be 21 years old for all handguns, semi-automatic rifles and others (receivers, frames, pistol grip shotguns, etc).
Semi-automatic rifle purchasers/transferees must provide proof of completion of a recognized firearm safety training program within the past 5 years that meets the requirements of I-1639.
There will be an additional $18.00 fee PER semi-automatic rifle in addition to the above mentioned transfer fee.
You must be a Washington State resident to take possession of any firearm.  Non-residents must have firearm shipped to a dealer in their state of residence, at an additional fee.
All modern non-semiautomatic rifle/shotgun transfers are subject to a Federal background/NICS check.  All modern handguns, semi-automatic rifle and others are subject to a state waiting period, with or without a concealed carry permit.
Waiting period for handguns/others will be 1-20 business days, depending on the jurisdiction who performs the background check.
Waiting period for semi-automatic rifles is a mandatory 10 business day wait.
10.All transferees must have a valid Washington State drivers license/state ID, with CURRENT PHYSICAL ADDRESS.
Transferee must be the same person who purchased the firearm from auction (your name must be on the auction receipt).
12.In the event of a NICS delay, you will be informed of when you may pick up your firearm.
13.In the event of a DENY, firearm may be returned to auction house at their discretion.  Transfer fee will not be refunded.
14. If firearm does not come with a locking device, one must be purchased by transferee before leaving Pinto’s.  We do not provide free locks.

Pinto’s Guns

224 Wells Ave S

Renton, Wa. 98057