No pre-sales, first come, first serve. All sales final, please inspect your purchases before you buy. Due to the size of the house, admittance may be limited to ensure the safety of our guests, please be patience as we will get you through as quick as we can. As always, lets find some loving homes for these treasures to make new memories. Thank you for your continued patronage......we have this slated for Sunday, however might include Monday as we are still going through storage and opening boxes.......
Plenty of parking on this one, overlooks greenbelt. Small home in over 55 Park. Home is sold and it is packed, along with a storage shed. Wonderful sampling of mid-century treasures, still unpacking...more pictures to follow.
City boy stationed in the USAF at Mather, originally from Minnesota, then L.A., meets country girl from Sutter Creek, CA. They both grew up in out-door loving families who hunted and fished, they both played in H.S. bands, loved music and family. They married, had a daughter and a son. They lived modestly, were hard-working, loving parents and grandparents, loyal friends, and very giving people.
Bob loved old cars and was a virtual walking encyclopedia on old cars. He played Tuba/Sousaphone in H.S., Built his own working horn from three broken horns his sophomore year. He marched and played his horn in a Rose Bowl Parade. He loved to skate and was a good speed skater who occasionally practiced with a training Olympic team. He loved his family, cars and music. He became a master craftsman in his trade working with carpeting; he learned from his father. Settled in Sacramento in 1957. He played sousaphone with multiple community bands, most notably the American Legion Band, Post 61 from 1981 until about 2014. It was a tradition to go to the Tuba Christmas each year with his wife and granddaughter, as well as old car shows and Hot August Nights. Bob was a fiercely independent man who loved his family dearly and treasured his longtime friendships.
Jacquie grew up on a ranch, loved animals, Amador County was her backyard her entire life, though she spent a lot of time in Sacramento with her grandmother taking music lessons and participating in community and religious activities. She was actively involved in Job’s Daughters, rode horses in the annual Italian Picnic Parade. She played the piano and baritone; and sang beautifully. She sang for community events her entire childhood and then in church her entire adult life. She sang in a community production of Madame Butterfly and in a couple of other light operas. She directed choirs and even had her own small singing group that performed at church and in community events. Jacquie loved quilting and the artistry and skill that went into it. She also enjoyed storytelling and belonged to a storytelling guild, as well as the River City Quilting Guild. She had a cheerful disposition and outlook on life. She was always helping friends and family, and there was always a song in her heart. She was dearly loved by her family and many, many friends.
Vintage Western Hats/Boots some in boxes
Homer Laughin China
Vintage Sewing Machine
Dining room Table-Must SEE-purchased in 1934 Minnesoto
and much, much more.....unpacking storage today!!