Hello everyone! We are back with a huge sale in Pasadena. Large old vintage home in one of Pasadena's nicer neighborhoods. The family has lived there for a very long time, and now it is time to clean it out, and sell it all! Huge 6 bedroom home with a 4 car back garage and large rec room as well. The home looks to be loaded with all sorts of odds and ends, weird stuff, collectible goodies, books, paintings, etc. We are just starting to dig through and set up this big sale, so I have posted just a few pictures of the back garage and rec room. So far we have discovered some vintage USC items, 60's cool stuff, and a huge Stamp collection (STAMP COLLECTION WAS TAKEN BACK BY OWNERS, SORRY), among other things. So put it on your calendar!
Been digging all day today, so I have a lot of pictures to put up tonight/Monday. Been going through the huge home, and there are, as I suspected, lots of surprises. Tons of Top quality die cast cars, models, pictures and wall art, vintage furniture, lamps, tiger related stuff, a lot more USC memorabilia (mostly from the 1970's), books, paper memorabilia and photos, etc. Check out the pictures so far on this sale-lots of goodies for everyone!
STILL Partial pics! Still working on uncovering a lot of stuff, so the pics looks messy, and we have basement and attic to deal with as well!! So, we are doing the predigging! The pricing will be very fair, and no one escapes out of this house quickly-too much ground to cover!! Come one down and have some fun!! Doors open at 9 am Saturday morning. I will put a first entrance list out the night before, but they seem to disappear once in a while, so there you have it. Please leave it in place!!
Been digging some more-uncovered a huge selection of vintage Christmas Card original art, plus other original art and lots of paper memorabilia photos and goodies!!. The artist, Frances Paelian, was a store window decorator of some note, (she did the needlepoint artwork of the American Revolution as well, which was exhibited at the 1976 Bicentennial for the DAR) did art for greeting card companies in the 60's, and there is a boat load of this stuff at the sale, mostly loose items. We will be selling it all at cheap prices per item. Fun way to get some unique Christmas memorabilia, for framing, as well as other. Not posting anymore pictures at this point, just be prepared to have some digging fun!!
Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 357.