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PAC Shoppe Auctions ... in Dallas Saturday Evening after Thanksgiving.   We’ve got great NEWS!  Steve Kaplan’s 7th grandbaby just arrived and he’s a beauty.  Mom and baby are fine, but it’s Steve we’re worried about.  He can’t seem to stop smiling like a cheshire cat.  He’s a proud PooPaw!

Thankfully, this coming Saturday evening is the last auction of the year for PAC Shoppe leaving Steve with plenty of free time for babysitting.  But before that happens, he’s got his work cut out for him ... an auction filled with art work ... collectibles ... a table full of copper ... Fenton glass ... a contemporary glass topped dining table with high back leather chairs (with the sexiest curved legs we’ve seen) ... and a mid-century dresser and tall chest made by Kent Coffey.  And then there are boxed lots overflowing with glass and Christmas ornaments.  The back tables are covered in Quimper plates, an oil and vinegar set, a pair of egg coddlers, a lidded casserole and more.  What caught my eye while checking out the boxed lots was a signed and numbered G. Harvey (unframed) entitled “Grandpa’s Neighbor.”  It’s a very early one that isn’t often among people’s collection.  It spoke to me ... the way art should.