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“LITTLE ITALY” IN SAN FRANCISCO
121 Foote Avenue / Between Alemany & Mission Sts S.F.
THIS WEEKEND – February 27, 28, March 1st
Friday – Sunday / 10am – 4pm

When the Mad Men became hippies it was the
Italians who stayed the course of cool in the Bay Area /

FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS – 64” x 40” (plus 3 x 12 inch leaves) light wood dining table with scalloped ends and 8 upholstered chairs and matching china hutch measuring 80” x 74” x 18” / 4ft glass topped round dark ​wood breakfast table with 4 x 11″ leaves and 8 matching chairs / compact mahogany china hutch (5′ x 3′) / Formica and chrome table ( 5’ x 3.5’ plus 12 inch leave) / Wood and Corian bedroom set by “American” – King sized headboard, Sterns & Foster mattress set, 2 nightstands,  80” x 30 x 21” dresser with movable triptych mirror and storage armoire (6′ x 38″) / Mid-century mahogany bedroom set: 2 twin beds and a low boy chest of drawers with large mirror / 80″ × 18″ × 20″ Barzilay stereo console with Gerrard turntable / 2 Jensen TF-3 speakers / 6ft convertible couch on casters with “fabric” upholstery / golden wood and glass display cabinet (approx 6’6″ tall and 28” wide) / 6 ft by 22 inch wide italian marble topped coffee table / 5ft by 51 inch media cabinet / Ridgeway Grandfather clock / 7 red vinyl and wood bar stools / various small bookcases, side tables and chairs / light fixtures: ornate gilded brass and crystal 6 arm chandelier, painted metal floral chandelier, modern alabaster 6 arm chandelier, mid-century colored lucite grape like light cover /  LAMPS – singles and pairs / ​antique wood and ​decorative frames, mirrors  and “other” / 6ft long high relief wood carving of Venice  by Marolo Studios Inc / 2 sets of 12 ft ivory silk brocade drapes with scalloped valances and more;

COLLECTIBLE CONUNDRUMS and multitudes of miscellaneous:  swinging party room full of bar supplies and decorations – Pretty Porcelain figures and service items / American, European and Japanese makers singles and sets including several interesting pieces by Shreve, Crump & Low, Royal Kent, Copeland and more / Serenity by Sango service for 12 / Vintage barware – stemware – decanters – advertising – paper goods – party supplies – 7 matching red naugahyde bar seats (they are worth mentioning twice)/ porcelain pieces of the pretty persuasion (figural pieces and service items) / tons of tchotchkes … truly … tons / Collectible pocket knives / Religious Iconography / Decorative and real swords and machetes / Wall and Mantle Clocks including an 8 day starburst atomic age wall clock  / rolling medical and bar carts / Travel Ephemera – vintage AAA maps – vintage European Mobil road maps / vintage linen and photo postcards from around the world / World’s Fair items / Italian and American Pop-Rock and Opera from the 60s and 70s (33s, 45s and 78s … something for everyone … maybe) /  baskets, books, some jewelry (at 12 noon Friday)  plus a couple of vintage cameras (Argus, Nikkorex) and more;

USUAL / UNUSUAL / USEFUL – everyday living requires the stuff of daily life such as: clothing (Mainly M-L women’s evening and outerwear plus some men’s casual attire), shoes, men’s and women’s hats and designer accessories / comfort frills: linens, handmade textiles, bed spreads, fine wool blankets, a collection of handmade throw pillows etc / educational tools: encyclopedias, books, art supplies, sports and exercise equipment, bocci balls a mountain bike and more / kitchen stuff: cooking for a small army? you will feel right at home at this sale! daily use dishes, small appliances, LARGE APPLIANCES (6’ x 32” x 28” Kenmore Elite smart freezer, 76” x 31” x 35” locking Imperial freezer on casters by Northland) / cookware, flatware, tupperware, pyrex sets, service items plus a bounty of barware and a couple of cookbooks / garage goods: vintage and modern hand tools, hardware, automotive items, toolboxes, storage chests, trunks etc. / garden goods:  lawn ornamentation, a large carved bird bath, backyard items,  garden and clean-up tools, extensive statuary, pots and plants plus a sweet hand painted “kid’s table”, a couple of carseats (for kids) and, of course, much, much more!

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE –  Come to find what you are looking for … but don’t be surprised when you leave with something that you didn’t know you needed – Kevin / Vicky and the Yes Co. staff.

DRIVING & PARKING TIPS - 4 Blocks South of Geneva Avenue /Alemany Blvd in the Outer Mission Area of San Francisco – street parking is pretty good in different directions since the sale is in between 2 busy streets.

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