ESTATE SALE
               “MARVELOUS MANLY MERCHANDISE”
            FRIDAYSUNDAY 10AM – 4PM / APRIL 22, 22 & 23
        48 POPE STREET / MISSION STREET / SF
         (2 BLOCKS SOUTH OF GENEVA)
 
Lloyd Bridges would feel right at home here! This sale features the fun stuff: diving / motorcycle / skiing / camping  gear – cameras, electronics, contractors tools and real good guy stuff – there is even a “Man Cave” of items /
 
FURNITURE / FURNISHINGS
         4 piece burgundy and glass media / entertainment cabinet (108” w / 78”h / 17”d)
         antique oak dining table with turned legs and upholstered chairs
         heavy duty butcher block rolling kitchen island
         roll top and executive desks
         custom made grandfather clock – cuckoo wall clock
         vintage tiger maple chest of drawers
         beige sofa / area rugs
         book shelves, wire shelving units and various file cabinets and much more!
 
COLLECTIBLES / CURIOS
         Vintage – Modern / film – digital cameras
         Nikon F100, D50, D90, Revere 8mm, Rolleiflex, Brownie, Kodak, Minolta and more including a fantastic array of photography equipment including an underwater set up, astrophotography set up, tripods, monopods, padded and hard cases, and loads of high speed, telephoto, wide angle, portrait,  and fixed focal length lenses, several AF-S DX series Nikkor lenses, and a couple of spotting scopes.
         Meade ETX Makeutov Cassegrain astro telescoped 90mm With Tripod, Programmable astronomical locator and many extras
         Stereo components by Pioneer, Sony, Denon, Klipsch, Cambridge, Boston Acoustic including a TEAC A4300sx reel-to-reel Technics turntable SL-1700
         Sony and Samsung LCD TVs
         framed Ansel Adams edition prints
         ethnic artwork and framed scenic photographs
         Emperor custom made grandfather clock, antique cuckoo clock
         motorcycle posters and advertising
         “Bears” framed poster signed by SF Chronicle cartoonist Phil Franks
         Antique “Corona” portable typewriter
         sea shell and butterfly specimens / diver them desk lamp and wall clock
         world table globes / travel maps
         original nature, action and Yosemite color and b/w photos
         books (cooking, outdoor, nature, history and how-to)
         70’s- 80’s rock records / lps and cds / action dvds
 
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HOUSEHOLD / HETEROGENEOUS
    “All Clad” cook ware (various pots and pans)
         Cuisinart electric roaster and food processor, Waring Pro deep fryer, pro juicer, food     saver, Osterizer blender, Zojirushi bread maker
         “Super Feeder” automatic cat feeders (2)
         glass service items, china and barware
         Office and computer equipment and supplies
         Printers and electronics – Sharp electric typewriter
         Miele tank and Hoover upright vacumns
         men’s size large and XL clothing – casual and outerwear – jackets, shirts, hats, shoes, ties, gloves and cool t-shirts
         Weber gas grill – luggage – lawn chairs – tv tables
 
 
SPORTS / CAMPING
         Prowler 15foot ocean kayak
         Large dual towing trailer for two motorcycles
         Browning compound bow – harpoon seagun
         Cannondale M500 mountain bike and Blackburn exercise stand
         Norditrek and Total Gym workout exercise  systems
         Large deep Divex sea diving suit with weighted boots (no helmet) with speaker box
         camping equipment, tents, cots, sleeping bags, backpacks, inflatables, pads, portable stove – hiking boots – many coolers
         fishing reels and rods (Penn 450, slow deep sea, fly)  
         downhill and cross-country snow skis, poles (Rossignol, Voiki, MODX, Atomic), snowshoes and misc supplies   
         diving gear, large wet suits ( Orca, Parkway, Oneil, etc)  regulators, dive computers,
         motorcycle track suits and leather jackets (Motoboss, Dainese. Ducati) – bike helmets (Nofear, Arai, Shoei) , boots, gloves, safety gear, etc
         Detecto scale – Electric dart board
 
TOOLS / EQUIPMENT  
         Craftsman red tool chest / box (8 drawers – 4 drawers – bottom box 5 drawers )
         Linigan welder –Kabolt 22 gal compressor tank – Penn State heavy duty dust collection system – Central Machinery 16 speed drill press – Porter Cable sander system – Emglo airnailer – Hitachi strip nailer – Senco finishing nail gun – Craftman blower – Milwaukee super sawzall – Bosch planers and planers – Rotzip spiral saw – Makita skill saw – 1750 psi power washer – Dewalt plate joiner – pipe threading machine – Porter Cable belt sander –  Bosch Progressor  jigsaw – power Built 11 gal air tank – Grizzly 10’ table saw – Craftsman compound mitre saw – Hitachi 10’ miter saw  
         Many electric and hand power tools (Makita, Dewalt, Craftsman, Bostitch, Husky) / carpenter / mechanic / electrician / painter / sheetrock / garden / garage –  
         Painters / sheet rock scaffold system – cement mixer
         Survey equipment / sheet rock poles and racks – many levels
         Ladders (26’ extension – 12’ A frame – 7’ A frame)
         Two large lockable metal tool gang boxes – many tool bags and carry alls
         Large hardware – parts open organizer bins shelving unit
         7’ x 3’ Rubbermaid storage shed – stainless steel sink
         lots of hardware, nails, tarps, portable lighting,
         shop stools and lanterns – wire
         lot of building materials /  solvents – solutions – cleaners – lubricants
         100 glass square blocks (6” x 6”)
 
HIDE / HUNT HINT
Last sale’s treasure “Marvin The Martian” stuffed toy was found by longtime good guy customer, Bob (we often trade barbs with each other) – who states “I always say yes to The YES Co (well maybe not always, Bob) /  this week’s  treasure to find is cymbal playing monkey seen in various tv and movie scenes /
 
TRAFFIC / TERRAIN TIPS
This sale  is right near Geneva  & Mission  in San Francisco – best to approach it from Mission Street  – 2 blocks South of Geneva Avenue – it is a one way street going towards the sale  / parking is not great but use your creativity without blocking  driveways – it street sweeping is appr 12:00 – 12:15 Friday – this could be of great assistance if you time your shopping right – many of the streets will have empty spaces before, during and after that period –  on the other days might be best to park on or around Mission Street as it is only 1 block from there /
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