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Ho-Ho-Kus Estate

  • Location: 24 Normandy Court, HoHoKus, NJ
  • Dates & Times:  April 20-21; Friday/ Saturday; 10-4pm (No Sunday Hours)
          – Numbers will be available Friday morning at 9am.
  • Directions: Route 17 North; Exit Hollywood Ave East/Right: Left West Saddle River Rd; Left Normandy Court. 

  • Parking:  no parking in the development!  Please observe the parking restrictions.

See location on Google maps.

  • Forms of Payment:  we accept cash, local check with proper ID, Venmo debit (which must be downloaded on your phone) and credit cards (minimum charge $300)
  • Contact Numbers during sale: (and feel free to text)
    • Anneliese 201-264-6023
    • Ann 201-264-6103
    • eMail:
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If you like Mid Century furnishings or Asian inspired furniture, then this is the sale for you. BUT  besides that you will also find much in the way of fabulous decoratives; art; collectibles; sterling; Oriental rugs; etc.; etc.

Some highlights of items for sale:


JEWELRY: Gold – 14k & 18k, diamonds, signed costume; Swarovski; Jay Strongwater; Weiss; pearls; watches; Tiffany; Marcasite, sterling & semi precious stones; —- Remember Mother’s Day, Graduations & Confirmations coming up!!

THREE JAPANESE SCREENS: 18th century six panel screen by Ooka Shunboku / Shumboku (1680-1763) depicting figures playing music (with certification paperwork); 19th century four panel screen by Shunsui depicting figures having tea; and early 20th century four panel screen by Shunpo of a rural landscape

ART: Russian oil paintings; lithos; many hard stone Asian framed pieces – ancestors, florals, birds; table screen; many Asian figural deities – iron, polychrome, metal; Victorian figural lamps; large jadestone tree; Japanese wood blocks; assorted prints

FINE CHINA/CRYSTAL/SILVER: Fitz & Floyd “Dragon Crest” dinner service; Orrefors; barwares – Murano wines; Royal Doulton “Tartan” Dinner plates; many darling sets of cups & saucers – tea size & demitasse -Limoges, Royal Vienna, English, etc; German Child’s nursery rhyme tea set; silver plate tea service with tray; silver plate serving pieces; Viners Old Sheffield large round chased tray; hand painted charger framed signed DuBois; Rogers Bros silver plate flatware set

COLLECTIBLES: Sterling flatware various patterns (no complete set!); Stamps (US & foreign, some loose some in albums); pens (Sheaffer white dot fountain pen, Cross, Parker…); 88 volumes Easton Press leather bounds – “100 Greatest” (71 vols); “Stories of Civilization”; “Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire”; Colmont, Paris & Lamier opera glasses; Cloissonne; temple bells; decorated rain bells; Lladros; Blanc de chine; ship models; quilt with pillow topper; antique Regina music box with a quantity of discs; snuff bottle collection; soapstone carvings; small group US & foreign coins; Oriental wedding basket

FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES: Room size Oriental rugs; Modern/transitional living room sofas, chairs; Asian inspired occasional tables (side, cocktail), cabinets; Dining room – glass/chrome & Lucite dining table, 8 chairs, chrome/glass console table; Baker Asian inspired buffet; Asian Bedroom dressers/chests; king beds; pr twin beds; Chippendale style needlepoint bench; 3 Chippendale style DR chairs; Victorian style carved three panel screen; heavily carved & painted Chinese arm chair; Hamilton grandfather clock; Chinoiserie desk & chair; many types of lamps – champlevé, brass, carved & polychromed, ceramic, figural deities, Victorian fisherman & woman “Libellule” after A. Moreau, lacquer; small Asian multi drawer chest; lacquer tables; skirted tables; sets of side chairs; useful drop side dining table; Dinghy boat coffee table; sets of nesting table – black lacquer, bamboo; mirrors; kneehole desk;

KITCHEN: Nutribullet NIB; Waring prof waffle maker NIB; bake & cook wares; glass wares; china; punch set; GE freezer; Lucite serveware; some electronics; many dinner plates – all different beautiful patterns; bar;

CLOTHING/ACCESSORIES: Mostly men’s sizes M-XL; shoes, tons of ties; shirts; suits; outer wear; some women’s – Flemington full length mink;

PATIO/GARAGE: Cast Classics cast aluminum round umbrella table with 6 chairs; 2 matching chaises & small table; rolling planter trellis; planters; trash cans;

MISCELLANEOUS: toys (Matchbox, Lesney, set of Britains Deetail cowboys & indians); Madame Alexander doll with clothes; Barbies; kids books; table, bed & bath linens; luggage

SEASONAL: Easter; Christmas; florals; wreaths; small sleigh; Annalee figures

MORE – MORE – MORE – MORE- MORE- MORE-!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sample Sale – this is how we present your sale

  • Location: 100 Main Street, Bergen
  • Dates & Times: Friday & Saturday, 10 am – 4 pm
  • Office Phone Number: 201-652-0757
  • Mobile & at the sale: 201-264-6103 or 201-264-6023
  • Directions:

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This a FABULOUS moving sale in one of the loveliest river front mansions in the area. Everything is in pristine condition – ready to move into you home immediately!! Come for furniture or art or smalls or clothing – you will find something!
Do not miss this sale …

This is a LOADED home and only a very partial listing is below – please see the photos as they tell more of the story…

Collectibles: Tiffany vases, clocks, decoratives & china; Limoges boxes; Repro Remington “Rattlesnake” Bronze; J. Strongwater; Herend; Paperweights; A. McIntosh “Cyclone” vase; Edgar Berebi stems; Waterford – Lismore stems, pr Pineapple vases, other vases, decoratives; Baccarat “Dom Perignonstemware; Voland & Sons Scientific scale; Orrefors; Kosta; signed Spencer Peterman treen/wood bowls; Victoria & Richard; MacKenzie Childs; Nambe;

Clothing/accessories (many items still new with tags on!): Hermes, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Manolo Blahnik, Jimmy Choo, Robert Graham, Burberry, Chanel, Theory, Escada, Shin Choi, Nanette Lepore, Trina Turk, ABS: Vince; Tory Burch, Louis Feraud Swakara fur jacket; other fur coats & scarves; fabulous evening / party gowns;
Men’s ties (Fendi, Armani…..) & clothing (Banana Republic, J. Crew, Gap….)

Jewelry: costume; diamonds; sterling; watches;

Sports: American Heritage billiards table in antique style; golf (Taylor Made & SQ460 Big Berthas plus many clubs & bags); Trike T12 roadster; Rave Sport raft; Willis Reed signed basketball;

Decoratives: many, many florals; many, many candlesticks (Towle crystal, silver plate, Laura Kirar bronze & pottery, giltwood, carved wood…); boxes; pottery; frames; barware; clocks (including French Morbier wag on the wall clock);

Lighting: bronze chandeliers, wall sconces, ceiling fixtures; pr Monkey sconces; alabaster sconces; table & floor lamps; some antique;

Furniture: Victorian sofa covered with mohair fabric; Paramount center table; Paramount Italian marquetry bombe chest; Antique Venetian mirror; Antique gilt mirror with candelabra; two pairs carved giltwood mirrors; child’s Victorian style chair; Marble top inlaid bombe chest; many console tables in the style of Louis XVI & country style; very large country style farm table with 8 throne style chairs; vanity with lift top mirror; Kindel Queen Anne Style mahogany dining table with double pedestal, 6 chairs & Sheraton style sideboard; many mirrors; several floor screens; pair distressed leather club chairs; Ikea bed, dresser, counter height table & stools and cubbies; French style settees; Fauteuil chairs; set 3 French Market Collection Louis XVI style arm chairs with tapestry seats & backs; Theodore Alexander “Althorpe” Library sofa; antique pine dining table with refractory leaves – cut down to coffee table height; beautiful reproduction large breakfront; pair oversize arm chairs with matching ottoman all upholstered in monkey fabric;

Linens: Gorgeous needlework rugs; handmade Oriental rugs; French Market tapestry pillows; Toile bed linens; calf skin rug; Carole Shiber hand crafted place mats; table linens;

China & ceramics: Italian; Royal Albert “Val D’or” set; service plates; signed pottery vegetable bowls;

Garden / Outdoor: Smith Hawkin dining set, Andirondeck chairs & chaises with cushions; Statuary; fountains; planters; pair metal life size whippets; gardening items;

Art: Augustine? signed & numbered large Oriental figural landscape painting (6′ x 30″); MANY decorative oil paintings – still lifes, genres, figures….; framed prints & botanicals; Lyndi Lende botanical limited edition floral prints; Jan Wunderman contemporary abstract paintings;

Miscellaeous: kitchenware; household; candles; LP’s/ CD’s/ DVD’s; books; luggage; electronics (Blue Ray players, flat panel TV, audio…..)


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Tag Sale Services

Once our services are engaged for a tag sale, we generally work in your home for the week prior to the sale. Our tag sales are usually run on a Friday and Saturday however this can be tailored to your specific needs.

Prior to the sale we:

  • Organize, stage, inventory and photograph all items for sale (We protect our clients by putting aside personal effects to avoid identify theft.)
  • Designate traffic & private areas clearly with large signs
  • Research – we are appraisers and use our vast knowledge to establish fair market value for all items – all items are researched prior to each sale to determine current values
  • Price – by the day before the sale we make it a priority to price all items with large posters and /or price tags
  • Advertise – we promote the sale on our website, on, through local newspapers, and if permitted by the town, use free standing directional signs. Here is a sample of how we advertise our sales.
  • Email – secure Constant Contact email service to over 2300 dedicated customers

During the actual days of sale:

  • We employ a door person and use a number system for crowd control
  • We have a set cashier at a cash table who collects the money and makes an ongoing list of items and their selling prices (you will receive a copy of this list)
  • We make sure we have enough knowledgeable staff to secure the house and contents
  • We use an effective silent bidding process for higher end items allowing for maximum prices to be realized
  • After an item is sold it is the responsibility of the buyer to pack and remove purchases. If they are large items, we can refer movers to facilitate the process.

After the sale we do not provide a clear out service since we feel it is a conflict of interest. We do have a network of people whose work ethic and professionalism has been tested for years and we would be happy to refer them you or link up with them on your behalf.

Appraisal & Broker Services

We provide both estate and insurance appraisals and can work with individuals, executors, lawyers and accountants.

When preparing written appraisals, we write them in accord with the Valuation Standards and Professional Appraisal Practices as outlined by the Appraisal Foundation in the 2014-2015 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) and the Principles of Practice and the Code Ethics of the Appraisers Association of America. After receiving her Certificate in Appraisal Studies through NYU/ SCPS, Anneliese O’Hea consistently updates her USPAP qualification every two years.

Using our knowledge and vast professional network, we also have the ability to broker items for you into auction or via private sale. This can be determined on an individual basis.

We are family

Allow us to introduce ourselves. Ann Snow Scherring started her business as a Personal Property Liquidator in northern New Jersey over 30 years ago. Her philosophy is to provide a unique service liquidating the contents of homes with the utmost discretion and empathy for the clients going through this process. Anneliese Scherring O’Hea, Ann’s daughter, after many years experiencing the auction market joined the family business full time.

Ann's Tag Sales partnersWhen we run a tag sale for you one or both of us is ALWAYS onsite during the set up and actual sale days.

Our service is to act as a middle person or agent between the buyer and our client, whether for one item, a collection or the entire house contents. As professionals in this business we can handle any item from high end antiques, art, fine jewelry, collectibles, coins, stamps, ephemera, books, records, clothing , workshops and general household items.

With a well established selling network, we appeal to a continually growing directed customer base and consistently command higher prices.

Our first meeting with the client is a free consultation to assist them in making effective decisions to plan a move, liquidate an estate or arrange for the sale of individual items. Concerns about family antiques and heirlooms can be addressed at this time. Our best bit of free advice is not to throw anything away until you meet with us.