History for sale with 50-year antiques collection
SCOTTVILLE, Mich. -- An estate sale for part of the property of a popular western Michigan antique dealer is about to go on sale.
The Muskegon Chronicle reports ( http://bit.ly/1j0cdwo ) that collecting the items was a passion for Neil J. Frick. He died in July at the age of 87. Some of the items he collected at Frick's Old Country Store and in his apartment go on sale at the Scottville store from Thursday through Saturday. Other items will be auctioned in April.
Items he collected during more than 50 years include advertising signs, political memorabilia, lithographs, farm machinery, oil... read more
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