TULSA, OKLAHOMA – A part of Tulsa's history is being sold off.
Swinney's Hardware has been around since 1934, but the owners closed up shop two years ago.
They kept their stock, hoping to one day reopen the store or that someone else would take over, but that didn't happen.
So Wednesday, the Swinney's started selling everything off, from merchandise on store shelves to the shelves themselves.
"We have already sold the Swinney's sign out front, but everything else is priced to move," said Damon Harrison, Cobalt Estate Sales.
It's not too late to do some bargain shopping. The sale continues from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Saturday.