Current Estate Sales

Chinatown Alley Hoarder Estate Sale Thursday 9-6

Welcome to our Alkali Flats/ Chinatown Alley Hoarder Sale!

Come join us this coming week for a HUGE if not historical digger sale in the house/yard/sheds and alley at
1415 F Street Sacramento 95814

Thursday May 24th 9am-6pm.

The place is packed with decades of collecting and we are delighted to have you come down and share the wealth of this massive estate liquidation.

A partial list of the new or dead-stock electronics are: Sony SS-F6000 4-way floor standing speaker system in original box
Sony APM-690RT speaker system in original box
Pair BOSE #151 environmental speakers never used
Sony Model SS-MB35OH home theater speaker system
Casio Keyboard systems w/stand WK200 with all instructions new
Teac
GR10i HiFi table radio
Teac MC-DX32i micro HiFi system
Vintage floor model electrophonic system with Garrard professional series turntable and 8 track cartridge player new condition
and dozens more electronics!

So for now, just enjoy the ‘before’ shots of his property and get ready to shop till you drop on Thursday. We are working with the city parking division to try and get a parking restriction lift but will post those facts as the sale draws near. 
Thanks to all of you who helped us empty our Saturday sale on East Parkway. The place is now ready to be remodeled by the new owner thanks to all your purchases.

This bio was written and shared by the family.

The thousands of Items for purchase are from a home bought shortly after the end of WWII by our grandparents, hardworking Japanese-American citizens.   During WWII, the family was interned with others of Japanese descent at relocation camps by the federal government. Several years after returning back to Sacramento, our family purchased this home.  Our uncle, the last resident, continued to live in the home after the death of our grandparents.

Our uncle liked to buy things he used “in bulk”.  He was a very generous person, who would “stock up” on items so he could share them with other members of the family.  We’ve found that many of the gifts he received from people over the years were never used, and were still “new” in the box.

Our uncle had many interests—he was very handy, and had an extensive tool collection.  He was an avid music fan, and had an extensive collection of records and CD’s covering many musical genres.  In later years, he would watch at least one movie every day, so had a collection of DVDs ranging from old classic films and TV shows, to more recent ones.

Interspersed with these more recently acquired items are belongings from our grandparents, including steamer trunks—which held their most prized possessions in storage during WWII, a piece or two of furniture which we think our grandfather made while in the internment camps, hand-made duck decoys made pre-WWII, as well as well-loved furniture pieces and household items of our grandparents.

Lovingly penned by Denise and family

Thanks for your patronage and also the read.
Jen and crew