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IT’S A “SMALLS” WORLD AFTER ALL – ESTATE SALE
4057 19th Avenue – Monticello Street / SF
THIS WEEKENDAugust 28, 29 & 30
FridaySunday / 10am – 4pm   
 
Some sales are hard to sum up, they defy sloganeering and cannot be reduced to pithy word play / this is one of those sales! In this longtime owner packed sale (yes, another one of those “can’t believe it’s all from 1 house” sales) it’s all about the smalls / this is truly a “Massive Militia of Miniatures” collection of everything under the sun … think infinity +1.
 
FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS
-Hardwood furniture: well made 60 x 40 inch dining table with 3 x 12 in leaves, 2 armchairs and 4 chairs
-Large 4 door display china hutch with storage (66 x 78 x 17)
-Antique Art Deco display/hutch (46 x 46 x 16)
-2 display/storage cases w/ shelves, several bookcases and a small armoire
-Low dresser (31 x 52 x 18) with matching tall chest of drawers (44 x 34 x 18)
-A couple of small chests of drawers, a painted pine secretary (40 x 43 x 20)
-Nice high relief carved chest made of oak and camphor wood (42 x 17 x 20)
-Numerous small curio cabinets and shelving
-Vintage and modern lamps – singles, pairs
-modern glass topped chrome base coffee table
-(2) x 3 ft by 71 inch closets and (1) x 4 ft x 71 inch closet
-Large floral pattern area rug
-antique 8 ft  x 42 inch oak counter top/cabinet
-Antique ornate gilt, gesso and wood ​decorative frames and mirrors
-Vintage Franciscan Ware Apple pattern service for 6 plus many extras
-Vintage Imperial Jingdezhen Porcelain large service set with extras, predominantly yellow bat-wing pattern
-Art: many, many framed and unframed paintings and limited edition signed prints, oils, watercolors, giclee prints and more by Csaba Markus, Thomas Kinkade, Vintson, Salvador Dali, Keane, Byerly, Renoir and others, and vintage posters, animation cells (Betty Boop, Daffy Duck, Goofy, Popeye and Olive Oyl, Aladdin etc.) and more
 
COLLECTIBLES
-Tables of miniatures – statues, figurines and “other” made of every material possible: porcelain, ceramic, wood, stone, soap stone, glass, crystal, shell, horn, pewter, cast iron, cloisonne, lead, enamel, plaster, chalk-ware, paper mache, bone, jade, spinach jade, cinnabar, bronze, brass and more, and about every subject possible including: flora, fauna, children, babies, adults, bells, eastern and western archetypes, mythology and religion, marine creatures, contemplative scenes, all manner of fruit, flower, frill and more
-regular sized items including vases of varied quality in pairs and singles, statuary, animals and birds and a large quantity of Chinese and Japanese themed figural carved, cast and ceramic pieces in singles, pairs and sets
-antique crystal, cut glass and silver plate service items
-music boxes
-jewelry boxes, snuff bottles, shoes and a few eggs
-clothes, hats and other accessories
-martial arts practice weapons
-vintage novelties, circus and comic items, 80s-90s football and baseball cards
-A boggle of Beanie Babies (by the gross)
-Antique sewing machines (Singer 251-12 industrial, a Singer non-industrial and a Wilcox & Gibbs machine, vintage fabric, ribbon and buttons and much more …
-Costume jewelry and beads will be available at 11:00 on Saturday!
 
HOUSEHOLD – indoor and outdoor
-bedroom and bathroom textiles – many hand crocheted throw blankets
-small appliances, utensils, cookware, flatware, pyrex, tupperware and coffee cups
-random dishes, stemware, glassware, candles, baskets
-hammered copper modern trough sink
-Martha Stewart sink cabinet vanity combo
-38 inch Haier flat screen TV
-approx 200 cases of 12 each 65 watt indoor flood lights
-antique and modern light hand tools, power tools, precision tools, misc. hardware
-some garden (medium and large dragon and Terra cotta pots) and garage goods (lots of automotive stuff) and much more!
 
MISCELLANEOUS – lots of vintage and new fresh and saltwater fishing gear, tackle, rods, reels, nets, creels, crab pots/traps and much much more – ladies clothes, linen, full kitchen and bedrooms !
 
HIDE & HUNT HINTS – this week’s treasure to find is the animated cell of Betty Boop in her updraft red dress – last week’s treasure winner was Gayle, who specializes in doggie yard art (the mini red cement hydrant was a perfect find for her) – good luck to all for this week ! (those photos are emailed attached and at the pictures bottom row)
 
DRIVING AND PARKING TIPS –  easy to find – right off #280 at the busy intersection where 19th Avenue meets Juniper Serra Blvd – follow the Muni train tracks East for 1 block and you’re there (we did a sale a few doors down about a year ago) – parking is good with some 1 hour areas – please do not block driveways!
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.