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Friday, March 9, 2018

You Can Now Buy This Plate, Other Memorabilia, Once Owned by John Glenn

Posted By on Fri, Mar 9, 2018 at 1:53 PM

click to enlarge PHOTOS VIA GREATER WASHINGTON ESTATE SERVICES
  • Photos via Greater Washington Estate Services
It turns out that Ohio astronaut/senator extraordinaire John Glenn had a lot of stuff. Thousands of his household treasures are now available to buy at a special estate sale being held through the weekend at the late-hero's Washington-area home.

Glenn passed away in 2016, leaving behind his wife Annie who still lives in Ohio, and his kids have worked tirelessly to divide up his things. Some items are at the John & Annie Glenn Museum while others are staying in the family. Some things are being parted with, however.



Some of the best items on the estate sale list include this awesome plate.
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An astronaut Snoopy shirt.
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Glenn's own Senate chair.
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And his collection of astronaut Beanie Babies.
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Check out a full list of items as detailed on the estate sale site below:
Greater Washington Estate Services is honored to conduct the estate sale of Senator John Glenn. Many items associated with NASA, Marine Corps, and U.S. Senate. Wonderful library. Beautiful decorative items: Tiffany crystal and porcelain, Baccarat stems, Herend figurines and “Chinese Bouquet” (orange) occassional pieces. Lalique, Moser, Steuben, Val St. Lambert, Beswick, Halcyon Days, etc. Early American furniture and primitives (tinware, pewter, pine lap desk, pie safe, early wooden baker’s racks, bowls, candleholders.) Eagle figurine collection. Swarovski animals and birds. Many, many items associated with flight and aviation. Congressional and presidential items. Lovely women’s clothing and accessories. Jewelry. Overflowing kitchen. Menswear. Tools. Christmas. Office supplies and furniture. Memorabilia from foreign travel. Linens. Garage. Teak patio furniture, including Kingsley-Bate like-new folding chairs. Gardening items. Decoys and duck figures/artwork. Practical household items. Historical, interesting and unique throughout...a very special sale!
The event goes through Sunday at 7208 Eagle Ridge Place, Potomac, Maryland.

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