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.
jewelry to pens, cufflinks to Bakelite. The back couch will most likely hold the linens, perfumes live here, razor and strop collection, as well as plenty of original art hung on each wall.
This family is letting loose of such fabulous offerings that we will look for joy on all of your faces as you make eye contact with early pottery, stoneware, primitives, etched glass, quadraplate, exciting tools and gadgets, political buttons and measuring devices laid upon the various crowded tables throughout this room. I dare each of you to go without finding some treasure before you in this main living area of the family home.
Past the main living area, going either thru the small narrow kitchen or straight through the living room into the next medium sized library/den, will offer you bronzes of western design, hundreds if not thousands of books and magazines, more art, 50’s chrome and stainless art décor kitchenware, American Indian baskets, textiles, artwork, and collectibles, a huge potmetal Victorian urn (as is) with embossed juvenile fables as design and standing nearly a foot tall, more cups and saucers, figurines, mortar and pestles, sheet music collection in an early sheet music cabinet with fancy inlay, old and rare good condition English brass telescope on stand (manly and hardy in nature), nearby stand, two interesting early labratory microscopes, a complete set of Edgar Allen Poe early edition books, tramp art boxes as well as Flemish pieces, secretary, desk, and a matching half round table.
Passing through this room will take you all the way back to the vintage everything sunroom boasting all from 50’s modern design to 40’s kitchenware, fun early office supplies, Matson Line original Hawaiian menus, vintage silk Asian clothes, matchbook collection, jadeite, painted pitchers, old fans, globes, radios, early kitchen appliances in original boxes with advertising, vintage packaging and lighting, coffee pot collection, old spice tins, miniature inlaid doll furniture, and all sorts of fun and whimsical finds that you seldom see at estates nowadays.
Going in a giant u-turn back into the garage near the street should take you to the tools, old tins, advertising, crates, odds and ends furniture, and all sorts of things in boxes for you to dig through till dark. This is where your journey ends as the crew will bring all of your items from your case choices to Mike to keep safe for you there, you will bring your box lots to be added up and paid for when you are tired out and we will bid you farewell until we see you soon again.
We thank you once more for your patronage and urge you to make the extra effort for your own sake to see what this lovely family home (which will also be for sale once we get it emptied) has to offer you and your own family and friends.
Good luck in your searches and thanks for the read.
Jen and Mike