Sacramento, CA - Once In A Lifetime Record And Book Collector Estate Sale We are so very excited for those of you lucky enough to be a part of this purging of these historical items from across the United States and the world which will take place this weekend.
in life for the Sacramento County Library System from which she retired in the 1980s.
This weekend, we have been blessed with the job of emptying this familyís home located at 1934 Maryal Drive Sacramento CA 95864. The sale will be held the 23rd thru 25th, Friday Saturday and Sunday from 7-6 daily. Both Saturday and Sunday will be half price and all leftovers at four pm on Sunday shall go for free. We are so very excited for those of you lucky enough to be a part of this purging of these historical items from across the United States and the world.
To help plan your shopping route wisely, let us walk you through the home going clock wise from when you first enter the doorway, hopefully early on during the sale. We expect a healthy turnout for this sale, so it is best you come early and plan to wait in line with snacks, refreshments, and great company from fellow collectors youíve no doubt known for years.
Upon entering the front door, to your immediate left and left again is the front bedroom. This room contains most of the hats, purses, a couple of dressers, a rocker, some contemporary and a few vintage clothes as well. There is a small bathroom connected to the bedroom with small toiletries and not much more.
Splitting to the right instead of going left brings you past another small bathroom, and then to the middle bedroom which houses military uniforms and such, another dresser, toys, games, kidís sewing machine, cards, and most of the vintage clothing offered as well as some fun vinyl kidís things. Most of the sewing, buttons, baskets and the early peddle machine stay here too. This room is not large so not many will be able to fit inside at one time.
If you head straight down the hallway to the back of the home, you will end in the record collectorís haven offering thousands of collectible records: prevue, promo, original artists, and wonderful cover art from 45ís and 78s to 33s and LPs. The recording era for these records seems to run from the late 1920's until the early 1960's and the taste of music ranges from jazz and blues to country western and polka. Vinyl is the basis for this room, but you will also find several rare and beautiful accordions, more sewing, dozens of player piano rolls in their boxes, art, camera equipment and some furniture as well as all the original RCA record shelves made just for display as well as some magazines.
Starting again from the front door, if you choose to go straightforward you will enter the main living area and showcase for English, Mason, and transferware, European antiques and crystal, chintz, bone china and fine art. The display cases with thousands of small offerings will be crowded into this room so one will need to wait their turn to view and purchase the tiny family heirlooms held in these cases from