The other major issue was a lady who had line number 2. She ran to the checkout table and tried to buy the dishes out from under me. I trumped her because I followed estate sale etiquette by grabbing the price tag; she was a very unpleasant loser. Let's see what I pulled in from my epic road trip.
seven dinner plates, ten luncheon plates, one platter, two bread plates
Four coffee cups, nine saucers
Four berry bowls, three coup bowls, two spoon rests
A gravy boat with attached under plate, one creamer
two divided serving bowls, two open serving bowls and one lid
Six coffee mugs (SUPER SCORE!)
A water pitcher...but
It has a few flea bite chips (sigh)
A candy plate… that sadly has a notable chip on the handle
There are also some other pieces with chips ranging from flea bite to chunk-a-chip and a couple items with major cracks. Oh well.
I also got to meet the lady who owned the dishes. She told me that the dishes are her wedding dishes and that her grand kids told her how vividly they remembered having hot cocoa in the mugs.