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We are excited to serve you and make this the best experience you could hope for.
Please be prepared to come for your pickup of won auction items the days we have posted. Bring your wrapping and boxes that you will need as well as help in loading your heavy or furniture items purchased.

At pickup time be prepared to wait in line for your turn to pickup your item. Numbers will be given at the door. Others may have arrived before you. We will try to have ice water, chairs, snacks and coffee to relax you and make the time pass easier. Please bring your resale number if you are not planning on paying sales tax. We have a 10% buyers premium that will be lowered to 7% if you are paying cash instead of visa. We do not accept checks.

We want you to return again and again to find and win your perfect items on this auction. Each auction will be new and exciting and each will bring an array of various collectibles and useful household items for your pleasure. Shop from the comfort of your own home and relax knowing you can mark your own price to pay for the items you desire without worrying about what the other shoppers think. This is a totally anonymous process. Good luck with your bidding and we thank you for your patronage.
Jen and crew


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Click to the right to view. Sunwest Lane Estate Sale Auction For Ethel "Pep" Ione


Any items won at online auction and not paid for by the end of the pickup date and time, will be resold or donated. Any paid for items not picked up during our pickup period (this week 9am-12noon on Saturday April 29th) will be donated and money paid returned to buyer. Thanks in advance for not bidding if you do not plan on picking up the items you win.

This is it!
Starting at 7pm tonight all of our current online auction will begin closing in one minute increments meaning you have only one more day (today) to bid on these great lots. From entire sets of Corning Ware, Guardian Ware, Bauer, Gran Prix low miles car, designer clothing and accessories, sculptures and statues, garden decor and furniture, pots and plants, original paintings and artwork, vintage everything, furniture, kitchenware, sterling, jewelry, electronics, garden tools, ornately framed gold mirror, scarves, belts, purses, fantastic collectibles and much more.
During our Saturday pickup you will have a chance to buy leftover items as well but only people who bid on and win an auction will be allowed inside the gated community to shop from these items that did not make the auction. Bring boxes if you have them and park accordingly as we will only be there from 9am-12noon on Saturday April 29th and the auction winners will be sent the exact address on Sunwest Lane. 
To see the current online auction visit our auction site at ESHGALLERY.COM
We hope you can enjoy some of the choices you will have to shop from. Simply click on the images below to bring up the shots of what you will have!
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If you have any questions phone Jennie at 916-397-6504.
There are no alternative pickup days but you may send a friend to pick up your purchases just make sure you print out your invoice!
Please bring along plenty of boxes and packing to get your items. We also accept credit cards the day of pickup but you will not get your cash discount for credit purchases. If you want to avoid paying sales tax make sure you bring along your resell number as well. 

Pep lived to the rip old age of 88. She had many interests beginning and ending her day seeking guidance of Unity’s Daily Word; reminiscing about her horse Bucky, teaching and playing piano, playing competitive gold and cards with family and friends. Her interests also included growing tomatoes and cucumbers, as well as searching for treasures at local thrift stores. She was schooled in the love of the practical and frugal.

As a native Sacramentan, she graduated from San Juan High School and attended Sacramento City College.

Pep was preceded in death by her parents Ethel and Joseph Fraser, her late husband Harry Sammis and ex-husband Eugene Burlingame, her sisters Hazel Smith and Mary Lehman and her nephew Bill Lehman. Her life was in perfect order. She will be missed!

All items are sold as is with no guarantee for condition or vintage. Please take the time to view the photos carefully. We ask all items be picked up during the scheduled pickup time and date at the location mentioned for each auction. Thanks for only bidding on items you would truly like to own enough to come pay for and pick them up in a timely fashion. The family is paid immediately after we finish the auction. Thanks for understanding and also the read.
Jen and crew
ESH Online Auction

This beautiful and well-loved collection is from one home and has been enjoyed by it's owner for many years. Some items have been in the family for generations. We will be posting items right up until the auction opens and most items will open at only $5.00 each. Please only bid on an item if you are able to come and pick it up at our scheduled time and location. Thanks for your interest in our online auctions!
Jen and crew

All pickup will be done Saturday April 24th from 9am-12noon cash and credit cards accepted at location.


Location: Sunwest Lane Sacramento 95828

Started At: 4/23/2017 4:00:00 AM
Ended Around: 4/27/2017 6:00:00 PM

Click to the right to view. Deck the Walls! Home Interiors Part 2 and Original Artwork by Phyllis Kress.


The holiday season is almost upon us! Get a head start (and incredible savings!) on your gift-giving this year. Whether the gifts are for you, or someone else, we certainly won't judge!

This is a combined auction. We have more of the wide variety of Home Interior items provided to us by Evelyn Korb as you saw in the last auction, and we are also offering items from the estate of Phyllis Kress, most of which are her original artwork. There is truly something for everyone in this grouping!

To view additional photos of each or any item, simply click on the photo of the item twice and many more photos will surface if you will click your right arrow on your keyboard and you can see each item from many different angles. We hope this helps you to see everything we have available for you to bid on.

Pickup for this sale will be Saturday morning (November 19th) from 9am-12noon ONLY. You may send someone else with your invoice sheet to pick up your items for you if you cannot make those times.

About Home Interiors and Evelyn Korb:

Hi,

My name is Evelyn Korb and I would like to share with you about Home Interiors and Gifts Inc. This is where most of the gifts and accessions you are viewing came from. I was a displayer for this company’s products for 36 years. The owner of the company was Mary Crowley, a wonderful devout Christian who was taught by her grandmother to always tithe 10% to God. She even went so far as to have a silversmith make 2 shovels with a chain to hang around her neck 1 large one and one small one. When anyone asked her about the shovels, she explained, “I gives a small shovel full and receives a large shovel full in return and it never failed”.

She believed in providing quality products to sell. She even started some factories to supply these products that were not available in the existing market place.

They had yearly seminars in many cities across the United States. These seminars were primary for the displayers and other family members invited to attend. The purpose of these seminars was to recognize accomplishments, show new products, serve great food, and entertain    everyone that attended. The entertainment over the years included well known entertainers as Pat Boone, Barbara Mandell, Johnny Cash, Bob Hope, Billy Graham and many others.

I remember one seminar in particular that was held in Dallas Texas. This was probably the largest one ever held with about 17,000 displayers and family members attending (75% to 80 % were women displayers and managers). Bob Hope was the entertainment that year and his monolog (normally on TV his monolog lasted 15 or 20 minutes long) His monolog this day lasted 1 ½ hours long and he kept the audience laughing for the whole time. Bob Hope had been in many movies and never had an Oscar for any of his movies. Home Interiors decided he should have an Oscar. So they had one made especially for him. It was 9 feet tall and they wheeled it in on a cart and presented it to him right there.

Mary Crowley hired many handicapped people to pack and ship the products to the displayers.

Sadly, Mary Crowley passed away from cancer in 1986. Her son Don Carter and grandchildren helped her run the company for several years before she died. Don ran the company for several years after that but it was never the same after Mary passed on. The company was eventually sold to someone else. They were never able to achieve the success that Mary had when she was in her prime.

Now about Evelyn herself;

My name is Evelyn Korb. I was born in a small town in Pennsylvania. I was a shy but typical little girl who enjoyed playing with my doll, playing hopscotch, Jacks & jump rope. I was pretty good at all of them. I also loved to help my mother with cooking, cleaning, dusting the many pretty things that she made.

I did not get much formal education as because of illness that prevented me from going to school as most children do. I spent a lot of time with my mother and grandmother that had a great deal to help shape me into be the person that I am today.

When I was 12 years old I was given a pair of shoe skates in exchange for agreeing to have my tonsils removed and spent several years skating around on those tiny wheels. When I was 20 years old I met my future husband (Roy) at one on these skating sessions. About 1 ½ years later we eloped and were married in Kokomo Indiana. We had a six week honeymoon in Florida.

We went back to DuBois PA and lived in a small apartment there for about one year. At this point I was pregnant for about 6 months. Good job prospects were very scares at that time in Pennsylvania. We talked about our future lives and what we wanted to do about the future. It seemed that staying here until the child was born would almost certainly mean that we would be stuck here for a long time. We decided to take a chance for something unknown.

We loaded what we could in our car, said good bye to relatives and departed for a destination unknown at this time. Our goal was to find a place we both liked and had good prospects for a job for Roy. It turned out the first place that seemed to meet what we were looking for was Sacramento, CA. We got to Sacramento on Thursday latter part of June 1959 and rented an apartment. Roy went looking for a job on Friday and was working the following Monday. We have lived in Sacramento for the last 57 years.

Our first son (Keith) was born on September, 13 that year. It wasn’t long till the second son (Raymond) was on the way. He was followed shortly by a daughter (Brenda). We did not tell anyone back East that we were expecting. It happened that Brenda was born on the same birthdate as my mother (February 23). I called my mother with the news that she was a grandmother again. She was so surprised by the news that she went to work that day and when she opened her lunch bag all that was in it was one piece of toast with one bite missing from the toast and she forgot any money to even get a cup of coffee that day to keep from getting a headache.

In addition to being a stay at home mother, I was a den mother, Sunday school teacher, youth adviser & PTA president. I also lived with my mother for 1 ½ years as a caregiver for my mother until she passed away. This was a learning experience for me being a nurse and all that goes with it.

I started as a Home Interiors & Gifts displayer in 1972. This continued for the next 36 years. As it turned out I was my own best customer. I would buy a few things more than I had sold to get free shipping or the next step in what I wanted for free gifts. This is the reason I have so many things to be sold in the current auction.

Thank you,

 Evelyn Korb

 

About Phyllis Kress:

Phyllis Kress was well loved by nearly every man woman and child who crossed her path. She was adored by many tame and wild cats, kittens and dogs as well. Seems anyone who met her, found it impossible not to ‘love’ her. What a great legacy to leave.

Phyllis was born in Grand Rapids Michigan on September 29th, 1938, she was the daughter of Anthony and Martha Kress.

Phyllis moved to Traverse City where she attended St Francis School, graduating in 1956. Then from Aquinas College and University of Wisconsin. She worked as a costume designer at Penn State. In 1966 she moved to California and taught at UC Davis Theater & Dance Department retiring in 1998. She continued enjoying and producing artwork throughout her lifetime. We are selling many of her original paintings at this estate sale’s event.

In the UCDavis write up about Phyllis upon her passing, they remembered her as saying “We spend a lot of time trying to solve the mystery of how people created their clothing”.

During her tenure in the Department of Theatre and Dance, Kress designed costumes for over 100 productions giving life to numerous characters onstage in beautifully crafted garments.

William Kleb, professor emeritus theater and dance, stated upon her passing, “She was a constant and positive presence in the life of the department when I was there. She was one of those steady, reliable hands behind, and literally below, the scenes, helping to hold things together, to get our “children’ dressed and up and out on stage–and teaching all the while. One of those people–calm, friendly–who always did ‘a good job.’ I have many, many memories, even at my age, of my many many years at Davis: she is one of the good ones.”


Location: 2900 Franklin Blvd

Started At: 11/20/2016 9:00:00 AM
Ended Around: 11/25/2016 7:00:00 PM

Click to the right to view. Evelyn Korb's Home Interiors Collection


To view additional photos of each or any item, simply click on the photo of the item twice and many more photos will surface if you will click your right arrow on your keyboard and you can see each item from many different angles. We hope this helps you to see everything we have available for you to bid on.

We will offer a preview period for all items Wednesday September 28th from 4pm-7pm at Our ESH GALLLERY at 2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818.

Pickup for this sale will be Friday September 30th evening from 4-7 or Saturday morning October 1st from 9am-12noon ONLY and you may send someone else with your invoice sheet to pick up your items for you if you cannot make those times.

Evelyn is an incredibly kind, friendly woman who has been a collector, curator, and vendor of hundreds of beautiful home decor items for over 60 years! Many come from her time working with Home Interiors, and others have been hand picked by her on her travels. Most of these items have seen very little use or wear. Whether you are looking for something special, or maybe just something to brighten up your home, Evelyn's collection has something different to match any style or taste. You will find: wrought iron garden pieces, paintings, prints, mirrors, 3-D wall art, candles, candle holders, display shelves, statues and figurines, and so much more! We hope you enjoy them as much as their previous owner did.

Evelyn has also graciously consented to spend her time with us during our pickup hours to tell interested buyers about the pieces they have won!

The following is shared with you by Evelyn Korb who is downsizing;

Hi,

My name is Evelyn Korb and I would like to share with you about Home Interiors and Gifts Inc. This is where most of the gifts and accessions you are viewing came from. I was a displayer for this company’s products for 36 years. The owner of the company was Mary Crowley, a wonderful devout Christian who was taught by her grandmother to always tithe 10% to God. She even went so far as to have a silversmith make 2 shovels with a chain to hang around her neck 1 large one and one small one. When anyone asked her about the shovels, she explained, “I gives a small shovel full and receives a large shovel full in return and it never failed”.

She believed in providing quality products to sell. She even started some factories to supply these products that were not available in the existing market place.

They had yearly seminars in many cities across the United States. These seminars were primary for the displayers and other family members invited to attend. The purpose of these seminars was to recognize accomplishments, show new products, serve great food, and entertain    everyone that attended. The entertainment over the years included well known entertainers as Pat Boone, Barbara Mandell, Johnny Cash, Bob Hope, Billy Graham and many others.

I remember one seminar in particular that was held in Dallas Texas. This was probably the largest one ever held with about 17,000 displayers and family members attending (75% to 80 % were women displayers and managers). Bob Hope was the entertainment that year and his monolog (normally on TV his monolog lasted 15 or 20 minutes long) His monolog this day lasted 1 ½ hours long and he kept the audience laughing for the whole time. Bob Hope had been in many movies and never had an Oscar for any of his movies. Home Interiors decided he should have an Oscar. So they had one made especially for him. It was 9 feet tall and they wheeled it in on a cart and presented it to him right there.

Mary Crowley hired many handicapped people to pack and ship the products to the displayers.

Sadly, Mary Crowley passed away from cancer in 1986. Her son Don Carter and grandchildren helped her run the company for several years before she died. Don ran the company for several years after that but it was never the same after Mary passed on. The company was eventually sold to someone else. They were never able to achieve the success that Mary had when she was in her prime.

Now about Evelyn herself;

My name is Evelyn Korb. I was born in a small town in Pennsylvania. I was a shy but typical little girl who enjoyed playing with my doll, playing hopscotch, Jacks & jump rope. I was pretty good at all of them. I also loved to help my mother with cooking, cleaning, dusting the many pretty things that she made.

I did not get much formal education as because of illness that prevented me from going to school as most children do. I spent a lot of time with my mother and grandmother that had a great deal to help shape me into be the person that I am today.

When I was 12 years old I was given a pair of shoe skates in exchange for agreeing to have my tonsils removed and spent several years skating around on those tiny wheels. When I was 20 years old I met my future husband (Roy) at one on these skating sessions. About 1 ½ years later we eloped and were married in Kokomo Indiana. We had a six week honeymoon in Florida.

We went back to DuBois PA and lived in a small apartment there for about one year. At this point I was pregnant for about 6 months. Good job prospects were very scares at that time in Pennsylvania. We talked about our future lives and what we wanted to do about the future. It seemed that staying here until the child was born would almost certainly mean that we would be stuck here for a long time. We decided to take a chance for something unknown.

We loaded what we could in our car, said good bye to relatives and departed for a destination unknown at this time. Our goal was to find a place we both liked and had good prospects for a job for Roy. It turned out the first place that seemed to meet what we were looking for was Sacramento, CA. We got to Sacramento on Thursday latter part of June 1959 and rented an apartment. Roy went looking for a job on Friday and was working the following Monday. We have lived in Sacramento for the last 57 years.

Our first son (Keith) was born on September, 13 that year. It wasn’t long till the second son (Raymond) was on the way. He was followed shortly by a daughter (Brenda). We did not tell anyone back East that we were expecting. It happened that Brenda was born on the same birthdate as my mother (February 23). I called my mother with the news that she was a grandmother again. She was so surprised by the news that she went to work that day and when she opened her lunch bag all that was in it was one piece of toast with one bite missing from the toast and she forgot any money to even get a cup of coffee that day to keep from getting a headache.

In addition to being a stay at home mother, I was a den mother, Sunday school teacher, youth adviser & PTA president. I also lived with my mother for 1 ½ years as a caregiver for my mother until she passed away. This was a learning experience for me being a nurse and all that goes with it.

I started as a Home Interiors & Gifts displayer in 1972. This continued for the next 36 years. As it turned out I was my own best customer. I would buy a few things more than I had sold to get free shipping or the next step in what I wanted for free gifts. This is the reason I have so many things to be sold in the current auction.

Thank you,

 Evelyn Korb

 


Location: 2900 Franklin Blvd.

Started At: 9/25/2016 11:00:00 AM
Ended Around: 9/29/2016 6:00:00 PM

Click to the right to view. Bruno's Comics Collection


Remember that we also have a second online auction running past this called Ej And Bobbys with a large selection of household, antiques, collectibles and sculptures available. Be sure to check it out.

This auction is offering a great selection of early and vintage comics and books from local estate collection. There are many as is selection. Please know in advance you should see these in person on Wednesday to know what you are bidding on. All comics are sold as is condition and we do not know much about them so suggest you view them yourself in person.

Most comics can be mailed anywhere in the USA for a nominal fee of $10 up to a dozen or so depending on weight and distance. Ask in advance about cost to be sent to your house.


Location: 2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818

Started At: 9/10/2016 6:00:00 AM
Ended Around: 9/15/2016 6:00:00 PM

Click to the right to view. Bobby and EJ's World Traveler Auction


These items are from two families. Many belonged to Bobby and her parents, and were packed away in storage for a long time until Bobby decided it was time to open it up! Her parents collected many things from faraway destinations, as well as things like fine porcelain and serving-ware closer to home.
 
EJ's mother is moving to a smaller home and needed to downsize. She and her husband collected a lot of Spanish items, and items reflecting Spanish heritage, which you will see reflected in the items we have on offer. 
 
All in all, we have a large and diverse selection available here online, and also available for direct sale in our gallery! As always, PLEASE read the information below, as it regards payment, pickup, and other important details.
 
 
All items are sold as is with no guarantee for condition or vintage. Please take the time to view the items in person (this week we will have a preview Wednesday September 7th at 2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818) to view the items we will have listed from 9am-6pm. We ask that all items be paid for and picked up during our scheduled pickup time (Friday 4pm-6pm or Saturday 9am-12noon) or that shipping for smaller or flat items that are simple to ship, be agreed upon with Jennie prior to bidding and be paid at time of auction win. All items not paid for or acknowledged by 12noon on the day of pickup will be sold to the next highest bidder or whomever is in the ESH Gallery at the end of the auction pickup. This keeps our gallery cleaned out and ready for our next estate collections to be processed. Thanks for understanding that if you are not truly interested in "owning" an item and getting it to your own home you should not be bidding on it just for fun.
Thanks for the read,
Jen and crew
See more at: https://eshgalleryauction.com/AuctionDetails.aspx?AuctionID=677#sthash.cXDDQF0h.dpuf

- See more at: https://eshgalleryauction.com/AuctionDetails.aspx?AuctionID=752#sthash.PDLrc9YW.dpuf


Location: 2900 Franklin Blvd.

Started At: 9/10/2016 10:32:00 AM
Ended Around: 9/15/2016 6:00:00 PM

Click to the right to view. Anne And Paul's Sports Auction


Anne And Paul have collected Red Sox and other sporting memorabilia for many years. Share with us in the joy of selling their collection; or a big part of it. Many items signed. Viewing Wednesday at the gallery all day long and pickup Friday evening 4-7pm and Saturday from 9am-12noon. All unpaid for items will be sold to the next interested party on Saturday at 12noon.

Thanks for your interest in our online auction events.
Jen and crew


Location: 2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818

Started At: 9/4/2016 5:00:00 PM
Ended Around: 9/9/2016 6:00:00 PM

Click to the right to view. Lynda's Comic Book Collection


Fantastic Selection of Comic Memorabilia (mostly all in protective sleeves) from one household best she had and cherished for many years. Seemingly good condition but you should preview in person to be certain these are what you want to buy. All items sold as is with no return policy. Ask Jennie first about shipping comics and how much it will cost. Minimum $10 for shipping and up to 10 comics in each package if in the USA. Anything not paid for or picked up by end of auction pickup scheduled time will be sold to next highest bidder or first person in line to buy them at the ESH Gallery Saturday.


Location: 2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818

Started At: 9/4/2016 5:00:00 PM
Ended Around: 9/8/2016 6:00:00 PM

Click to the right to view. Myrna's Magnificent Online Auction


Myrna is a dedicated collector and caretaker of vintage items, and has a whole houseful of treasures that will be available at her estate sale on August 25th. We have selected 100 or so of our favorites for you to enjoy and buy online through this auction. The online auction will run from 5pm Sunday evening to 7pm Wednesday with pickup being from her house on Harmon Drive on Thursday from 9am-4pm. Any unsold items will be reintroduced to the estate sale on Thursday morning at 9am. Any items not picked up from the estate on Thursday between 9am-4pm will be sold to the first person who offers to buy them after 4pm Thursday afternoon. We hope you will enjoy these wonderful items that Myrna has collected and cared for for years!


Location: 6700 Harmon Drive Sacramento 95831

Started At: 8/22/2016 4:00:00 AM
Ended Around: 8/24/2016 6:00:00 PM

Click to the right to view. "A Walk On The Wild-side" Vintage Lovelies Auction


Fantastic selection of vintage clothes from the 60s and 70s (Think Rowen and Martin's Laugh-in, Austin Powers or Twiggy vintage) sunglasses, sewing notions, purses and sunglasses, costume jewelry and more fun period pieces including three SUPER nice Big E vintage Levis from when you were born. This is a small but playful auction with lots of great choices mostly starting at $5 per lot and we hope you can all find something you love to take home!


Location: 2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818

Started At: 8/14/2016 4:00:00 PM
Ended Around: 8/19/2016 4:00:00 PM

Click to the right to view. "The Pink Lady" Estate Auction


Clara is 95 years young, had a famous antique store called "The Pink Lady" in Folsom California for over 25 years. She recently managed a MAJOR downsize to move up to Washington to be near her sister and is selling loads of her collection.

Some of the items have been damaged by the movers or years of use so we suggest ANYONE bidding come to view the items in advance of bidding at our gallery located at 2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818 on Wednesday August 10th from 9am-6pm to see exactly what you are bidding on. We hope you will enjoy the ability to see in person what you are wanting to buy!

Please do not bid on anything unless you plan on paying for it and picking it up! If you cannot pick your items up on the scheduled pickup date, but wish to pay for them via PayPal, you need to contact Jennie to set up a future pickup date before placing a bid. Remember that we do not ship items larger than clothing pieces, and even then, not without advance agreement. We may be able to refer you to a local moving company who can assist you with moving large items but get this situated in advance if you would.

Remember that all sales are final. We pay the family after the sale so cannot return anything you buy. This is an auction, but is just as final as an on-site estate sale. That means that once you purchase an item, you own it! We do not accept checks but do accept any sort of plastic payment at time of pickup if you would prefer that to paypal. We also accept cash at time of pickup in person.

You DO receive a 3% discount for paying cash but that ONLY means that you pay a 7% buyer's premium instead of the usual 10% we charge. Please know in advance that all items sold are subject to a 10% buyer's premium, on top of the amount of the winning bid.

We will ship jewelry and non-breakable items as long as buyer pays priority two day mail rate PLUS handling fees, and insurance so that all buyers will need to sign for all items shipped in order to make sure you get your items safely.
Thanks for understanding!

 


Location: 2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818

Started At: 8/7/2016 5:00:00 PM
Ended Around: 8/12/2016 4:00:00 PM

Click to the right to view. First ESH Gallery Auction Offering Online


Our first online auction offering including many primitives, artwork, Hawaiian shirt collection, ceramics, toys, antiques, lighting, collectibles and vintage choices from all over the area. Welcome!

No checks accepted for payment. All credit cards accepted at checkout and paypal accepted with online checkout. Please bring wrapping and boxes for your purchases as well as help in loading any large items.

10% Buyers Premium on all lots sold.
7.5% California Tax Applied
3% Discount off buyer premium for all cash or Check Payments

Pickup times for online auction wins are Wednesday July 27th from 12noon-6pm or Saturday July 30th from 9am-12noon. The address of our ESH Gallery Showroom is
2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818.

Always ask in advance regarding shipping of items BEFORE you bid as we may be unable to ship anything breakable or large in scale.


Location: 2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818

Started At: 7/22/2016 4:00:00 AM
Ended Around: 7/24/2016 5:00:00 PM