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Decorated War Veteran's Estate Sale With Antiques From All Over The World Including Asian Artifacts

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Thu
Sep 07
9am to 5pm
2017
Fri
Sep 08
9am to 5pm
2017
Sat
Sep 09
9am to 5pm
2017
Sun
Sep 10
9am to 4pm
2017

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Outstanding Estate Sale Coming Up! Decorated War Vets Antique Collection From All Over The World.

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Thursday – Sunday

September 7th – 10th

9 am – 5 pm Thursday – Saturday

9 am – 4 pm Sunday

9901 West Taron Drive

Elk Grove 95757

Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 3105.

There will be onsite over night security and an armed alarm at this estate sale.

Cold AC will be running during the estate sale! There is an alarm at this house and the family has hired overnight security for estate sale.

Entire Home, Yard, & Garage:

Original Anheuser Busch Circa 1880’s poster that came out of a bar in Black Berg Virginia (The roman Lady) with antique frame.

Civil war confederate cook pot with a union belt buckle battlefield repair on one of the handles. Came out of a barn in Hanover Virginia.

Kalaga Burmese tapestry circa 1900. This was originally hanging in the Old Oriental Hotel in Bangkok.

North Korean Shell Art of Tiger, very intricate and detailed, the owner paid $800 US dollars in North Korea.

Hand carved wooden eagle circa 1950’s. Carved by Artistic Carving Company of Boston.

Quan Yin circa late 18th century – early 19th century Chinese goddess of mercy. Hand carved on piece of wood with gold gilding. Came back to the US in the 1930’s from someone who worked in the state department. It was bought in DC from high end Asian art dealer years ago.

North Korean hand sewn silk, very fine, very nice and very rare, owner paid $450 US dollars in North Korea.

Vietnamese sewn silk art, very fine, and striking.

World War 1 Victory Lamp with a 75 mm artillery shell casing with WWI original Doughboy Helmet with The Big Red One.

World War 2 original navy recruiting poster with the story of the 5 Sullivan Brothers very nicely framed and matted in rosewood.

Hand painted original oil on canvas 1930s Bavarian mountain scene.

Original W.H Borrow oil on canvas, titled “Young Gamblers”. This item came from a Sotheby’s auction in 1908 with lot number. Originally was in the estate the estate of J.S.W.S. Erle Drax who was a Minster of Parliament in the 1850’s hid home was in Holnest Park.

Elephant from the 1940’s gilded in gold very detailed and well made.

Martaban Jar From the central highland of Vietnam circa 1700’s been in the family for many years has been passed down from generation to generation. Very nicely carved jungle insects and detailed.

Elephant telephone from the movie “Here to Eternity” from the Waikiki hotel scene next to the bed.

“The spirit 76” from the 1917 silent film. Lobby art original painting signed by Kraus. The movie was about the revolutionary Woodrow Wilson imprisoned the director for showing the film illegally. The movie was released in 1921 and was at the Town Hall Theater in NYC. Considered a lost movie, producer was Robert Goldstein.

Two original turn of the century stained glass lamps with original glass, very nice.

Buddhist bronze pot that is ancient possibly 17th century and has very great design and patina.

Standing 5.5 foot dragon fly stained glass lamp with great coloring and detail mosaic base. Very heavy (reproduction). 

Two Burmese pieces of art made from precious gym stone chips, the art representing their culture and lifestyle.

Marble and alabaster bust with multiple piece marble pedestal titled “Modestia” Carved by Professor G. Bessi. Circa 1920’s.

Civil War period converted flint lock, converted for percussion and used on the confederate side.

Derringer single shot flint lock with trick safety.

Australian World War 2 fighting / trench knife with matching leather sheave with old Japanese inscriptions. It was believed that was particular knife was taken by the Japanese and they inscribed something on it in Japanese characters.

Old Louse sword.

French clock circa 1890’s.

Two French candelabras with marble inlaid and 6 candle sticks each.

Bronze inkwell - desk writing set with blotter. (Marble base is cracked)

Pair of 1950’s Roman Lady table lamps.

Bent glass photo World War 1 of General John Blackjack Persian.

1880's Frech hand sewn tapestry.

1860’s bronze clock, guts have been converted to modern use.

Papua New Guinea Fertility God and Protector of home hand carved mask and statue.

Vietnamese hand woven pack – basket and rice basket circa mid 1800’s, very fine craftsmanship, lost art.

Brand new Dave Clark aviation head set never used.

Custom made Dan Harrison fighting knife carried in Iraq in 07 – 08 with military issue sheave.

Arts and Crafts – Mission style dining table with 4 chairs and leather top bench.

Collection of old blue and white porcelain and pottery from Vietnam and China most turn of the 19th century.

Leather sofa set with sofa, love seat, arm chair and ottoman. Very nice wood carved accent from Ashley furniture.

Wooden carved coffee table with two matching side tables.

Assortment of hand knotted wool rugs.

Antique inlaid hall table – side table.

Rosewood entry table.

1950’s false drawer chest.

Large fisherman with his catch of the day.

GE washer and dryer just bought 7 months ago, electric dryer Energy Star, deep fill top loading washer and HE sensor dry.

Frigidaire side by side with water and ice purchased 7 months ago.

KitchenAid with attachments (black) purchased 7 months ago.

Assorted countertop appliance including rice cooker, toaster, coffee maker, fryer, and more.

Calphalon pots, pans, and knife set.

Primo hot and cold water dispenser.

LG Smart Screen TV (7 months old), Samsung Sound Bar with Sub, Phillips DVD and Blue Ray player. Lots of DVDs.

Leather sofa with matching arm chair and ottoman.

Rosewood coffee table with two matching side tables, Jacobs ladder book shelf.

Full slab of granite top outdoor patio table with six arm chairs, two swivel and rock.

Weber Genesis BBQ with tank and BBQ set, very nice and almost new.

Concrete bench, potted plants, assortment of yard art.

Antique Japanese ship lamp, Iron bulldog and wiener dog boot scrappers.

Two kids rooms, one boys and one girls. Both with twin beds, petite hope chest, book shelves, petite desk, boys and girls clothing from 3 to 10.

Two small flat screen TVs and two small flat screen computer monitors.

Assortment of jewelry, some gold, some silver, unused mint condition with box 1950’s zippo ---zippo—

Silver snuff jars. Full bed with bedroom set from Mattress Firm purchased 7 months ago.

Original oil on canvas of NYC with the twin towers and Brooklyn Bridge.

King bedroom set with 6 piece metal and wicker, amour, three drawer chest, two night stands, 5 drawer lingerie standing chest.

King Master Craft – Master Comfort Sterling collection with great bedding by Wyndmoor bought 7 months ago.

Lane cedar hope chest.

Assortment of men’s clothing and suite sizes 46 – 50 and waist 38 – 42 length 30. Lots of men’s shirts XXL.

Lots of women’s clothing and some designer hand bags women’s size 4-6 petites.

Ice chest deep freeze by Idylis.

Four bikes Trek, Fuji, Hoffman.

Assortment of hand tools, yard tools, power tools including; Craftmans rolling tool chest with top and bottom. Some MAC hand tools.

Two 10-15 person tents. Camping gear; lanterns, folding chairs, cook stove, sleeping bags, two small tents, electric air pumps, and more.

Four sets of men’s right hand gold clubs with bags and carrying case. Golden Bear Signature Series, Wilson 1200 LT, Fire Line Knight, and one set of childs golf clubs.

Ryobi gas weed eater, silver seeker metal detector, gas hedge trimmer.

Werner little giant aluminum ladder.

Poulan Pro 6.25hp Briggs and Stratton motor with bag, electric start self propel mower.

There is much more in the house. We haven’t even started unpacking items yet. This is just our initial walk through and preliminary advertising. As we start setting up, unpacking, researching, we will update this list and also the photos. Please keep checking in to see what else we are finding. This is going to be an amazing estate sale and you will not want to miss this one. We do not pre sell and or do previews.

We really appreciate all the repeat business and referrals. If you know of anyone who is looking to have an estate sale, sell a home, purchase a home, or purchase and investment property please let us know. At this point we have over $2,500,000 worth of listing on the market and we have multiple buyers that we are working with. We also, have some more great listings that are coming up; Fair Oaks, Roseville, Natomas and more! Please keep us in mind for all of your needs!  

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