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This came across another Poodle list I'm on. It is a huge, total home estate sale, but I'm only listing the dog related items that they listed. I'm sure there are more.

ESTATE OF FRANCIS P. (FRANK) FRETWELL
Breeder and Handler of 146 American Champion Standard Poodles
One Monfret Lane
Moore, SC 29369

Saturday and Sunday
February 20 - 21, 2010
7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
The Gates for Parking Will Open at 6:00 AM
The Doors to the Sale Will Open at 7:00 AM
Please ~ NO PETS

Directions:
From Spartanburg, take I-26 East towards Columbia. Take the Reidville Road
exit. Turn right onto Reidville Road. At the fourth stop light, turn left
onto Nazareth Church Road. Go approximately two miles. One Monfret Lane
will be on the left. There will be plenty of parking on the premises.
Directional Parking Attendants will be on the property. Please follow their
directions. There will be plenty of parking available. However, please do
not drive large vehicles, especially RVs. Turning space is limited. Also,
there is no place on the surrounding properties/roads to accommodate large
vehicles.

LIBRARY:
Mr. Fretwell was the owner of Monfret Kennels, which bred champion standard
poodles. He was former president and governor of the Poodle Club of America,
and the Italian Greyhound Club of America. He also served as a delegate to
the American Kennel Club for decades. His library / wonderful collection of
books (over 10,000 volumes) is the largest privately owned collection of dog
books in the world and has been carefully maintained. The books being
offered include many 1st Editions, books from the late 1800's to present
date. Subjects include Dog Hunting, Sled Dogs, Game Bird Dogs, Hunting
Dogs, Claymore Newsletters, Scottish Deerhound Club, Bird Dogs. There are
books on Judging, Grooming, Showing, Breeding, Animal Behavior, Training,
Children's Dog Books. In addition to books on dogs, there are books on the
following subjects: SC History, US History, European History, Civil War
History, Indian History, Architectural, Art, Interior Design, Gardening,
Reference Books on Antiques, Vintage Auto Books, European Royalty. Book
Cases, Book Ends

MAGAZINES:
"Pure Bred Dogs", "American Kennel Gazzette", Large Collection of "Art &
Antiques", "Antiques", "Art & Auction", "Realm", "Charleston", "History
Today", "Conde Nast", "National Geographics", "Country Life", "Realities"

EPHEMERA, ANTIQUES and COLLECTIBLES:
Vintage Framed Employee Dedication signed by employees of Spartan Grain.
Large Variety of Dog Posters, Vintage Veterinarian's
Leather Bag

PRINTS, PAINTINGS, ART:
Dog Show, Photos of Poodles, Framed Photo of First Board of Directors of AKC,


DOG RELATED ITEMS:
Signed and Numbered Print "Sharing Solace"by Chet Jezierski, #470 of 800
(Rescue Dog), Very Extensive Collection of Trophies (Dogs, Cups, Copper,
Brass, Pewter, Silverplated Trays, Platters, Bowls, Frames, Goblets),
Standing Dog Dryer, Leashes, Reproduction Cast Iron Door Stops (Scotties,
Bassett, Bulldog, Collie), Chalkware Bulldog Bank, Many Framed AKC
Championship Certificates for Monfret Poodles 1954-1968, Collection of
Ribbons and Awards

Large Metal Button Sign with Poodle

ITEMS IN THE "OUT BUILDING":
Portable Fencing, Kennels, Car Carriers, Grooming Tubs, Hydraulic Grooming
Table, Lots and Lots of Grooming Supplies and Dog Care Items

THIS IS STILL ONLY A PARTIAL LISTING. ALL ITEMS WILL BE PRICED. WE DO NOT
HAVE PHOTOS, PREVIEWS OR DISCUSS PRICES PRIOR TO THE SALE TO BE FAIR TO ALL
CUSTOMERS. All sales are final. PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED WITH PROPER ID
AND PHONE NUMBER.
 

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Yeah its about 5 hours from me.....if it was closer I would do it. Sounds like there are tons of grooming equipment.
 
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