November 20, 21 & 22  / FridaySunday 10am – 4pm
Noe Valley Area – San Francisco
Over the past 18 years we have done many larger and better estate sales but this is one of the harder ones we have done due to the amount of so many items in a unusual 18 room home – WE HAVE SAVED THE BEST FOR LAST – IN THE PAST 2 DAYS WE HAVE OPENED / DISPLAYED / PRICED – MARKETED COUNTLESS BOXES OF INTERESTING ITEMS If you were one of the 100’s of customers who thought the Part I & II sales of this large corner home was interesting wait to you see PART III /
As many of you know this house was so packed there wasn’t room to properly display the items the right way which we are known for – so after doing the lower levels the first week and the upper levels last week we have cleared space for this week’s sale showcasing many UNSEEN COLLECTIBLES AND CURIOS – there middle two floors of packed rooms have been rearranged now for the third time for better presentation space and easier purchasing / YES – this sale is from only 1 lady
Note to shed some light on our great staff’s exhausting efforts and energies in sorting garbage (now 9 large truck hauls) from the junk stuff and nice items to sell week after week and then PROPERLY PRESENTING AN ESTATE SALEplease look at the first 3 rows from left to right to see how three of the rooms of were organized from week to week for each sale – in the fourth row you will see the highest floor rooms that are now clean and empty (the street level rooms are as well) that is what we do almost every week usually by Sunday 6pm – have the house ready for sale or rental /
Finally there is much more than is shown in these photos but you can get a good idea of the exciting finds that await you – expect the unexpected in this don’t miss sale / this is a AGAIN THIS IS A  NEW SELECTION OF ITEMS – 90% of the items are different from last week’s sale – very few repeats – THE LAST HURRAH /
Framed artwork – oils, watercolors, prints
Kimball baby grand piano
Dining table and chairs
Glass topped table
Wooden bookcases
Oak magazine rack
Lamps and glass lampshades
Mahogany breakfront


Decorative and ornamental EGGS – Russian, French, German, American and Chinese – Porcelain, metal, wood, enameled, art glass, crystal, hand-painted, cloisonne, jewel
Decorative objet d’art – pottery, porcelain, metal, crystal, pewter, copper, brass
Service items – tea cups & saucers, silver plate service, sterling, ceramic etc
Figurines and statuettes – Limoges, Hummel, Delft, Wedgewood, Dresden
Mineral specimens – geodes, polished agate, sea shells
Postcards, old paper, photos and albums
Advertising items, travel items,  collectible spoons
Drinking, Smoking and Shaving items – straight razors, ashtrays, lighters, cigarette cases, hand-carved, hand made bottle toppers (many materials), decanters, cordials & vintage barware
Pocket and fixed blade knives – German, American, Advertising, celluloid
A quarter ton of vintage holiday decorations and ornaments – Christmas, Easter
Christmas nutcrackers – handmade, large and small / International small dolls
Perfume bottles, crystal pendants, art glass pendants, lighters,
Handmade wooden and metal boxes, jewelry boxes, music boxes
Vintage men’s and women’s accessories – leather belts, wallets, purses, pocketbooks, ties, shoes, eyeglasses, sunglasses and more
Figural metal bookends
Vintage saltwater bamboo and fiberglass wrapped rods and Penn reels
Vintage Singer sewing machine and vintage sewing items (some buttons, needlepoint & craft supplies)
Vintage musical instruments – Honer small button accordion
Vintage glass jars and ceramic crocks
Vintage board and card games, some poker items, vintage toys and dolls
Domino sets, carved bone chess set
Bandoliers, bullwhips, holsters, toy guns
Several bins of only the $4 costume jewelry will be available starting at 1 pm Friday
NOTE – the better vintage and costume jewelry will not be available until Sunday 10 am / for those photos check back at the end of this website after 10 pm Friday


New selection of ladies vintage clothes / coats – jackets – dresses – sweaters – purses – scarve – etc
More vintage and daily use linens
Vintage and daily use dishes and service items – glass stemware
Cooking/Kitchen items, Pyrex sets, utensils and flatware
Small selection of precision and woodworking hand tools
10 antique household interior and exterior doors

Victorian household hardware, fancy brass and glass doorknobs, door locks, strike-plates, mail slots, etc

Gas fireplace insert – Misc copper fittings and hardware
Motorola portable hi-fi stereo and some vintage radios
many large and small picture frames
bookcases of books (coffee table, history, art, math, science)
Projectors, tripods, Kodak cameras
the treasure to find this week is the very cute Bulldog toilet tissue holder (as you know Kevin loves dogs)  / last week’s treasure was found by Catherine – who says “our sales are always fun to attend
the sale is very easy to find since it is  right near 24th Street in Noe Vally – parking can be had in different manners  – most streets West of Sanchez are non- restricted and streets East of Sanchez are mostly 2 hour limits – cruise both areas to find your spot – also don’t forget there is 2 hours meter parking right on 24th Street with pretty good turnover – please do not bother the house occupant, small valuable are secured and do not block driveways – hope to see you there /