Books. Furniture. Kitchen china. Vinyl records. Tribal masks. These were just a few items up for grabs at the estate auction for the late Dr. Bernard Mansfield on Aug. 25.
The auction was held at the Mansfield home on Fairview Road with several of his children and family members present. A sizable crowd turned out for the event, which was conducted by Roush Realty & Auction and auctioneer Don Sweeting.
Beginning at 10:30 a.m. on that sunny Saturday, people could bid on items owned by Mansfield, who passed away on May 11 of this year.
The backyard had rows upon rows of boxes that contained tools, decorations, collectibles and countless other items that revealed how diverse Mansfield’s interests were.