Lodi Estate Sale with TOOLS, ANTIQUES, ART & FURS. Sat. and Sun. – October 2 & 3, 2021. 9 am to 3 pm

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Lodi Estate Sale with TOOLS, ANTIQUES, ART & FURS. Sat. and Sun. – October 2 & 3, 2021. 9 am to 3 pm

The Lodi Street Faire is also on Sunday October 3, 2021, 8am to 4pm.

Masks are required.

Address:  615 West Elm St., Lodi, CA  95240

It’s been a while since we’ve done an Estate Sale, but this one was just too special to pass up. The tool guy has been salivating. The detached garage/workshop has many large shop tools, power tools, about a dozen (new in box) Baldor motors, Starrett Machinist tools, garden tools, half a dozen new in box Boston Ratiotrol various types of motor speed controllers, auto mechanics tools, tool boxes, roll around tool chests, vices, scales, lanterns, ladders, shop vacs, chain saws, funnels, clamps, sanders, heaters, hand tools, ropes, new in box CB antennas, fire extinguishers, hand trucks, heaters, saws, leaf blowers, and so much more. There are also hi-fi/stereo components, lots of speakers, high end cameras, and a huge vintage record collections, some are rare WWII War Department recordings of the Front Line Theater with headliners like Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Hedy LaMarr, and Dinah Shore.

In the house there is vintage and antique furniture along with a few modern pieces. I couldn’t find a Lalique signature on the large vintage crystal console table, in the dining room, but I’ve never seen one like it. Then we have about a dozen beautiful vintage furs all in excellent condition. The lady of the house had more vintage china sets than I do, with manufactures’ names of Haviland, Wedgwood, Royal Adams, Lenox, Homer Laughlin, and T & V Limoges. There is a large collection of silver plate with a huge 26” x 21“ x 16” Victorian meat dome and insulated platter (Downton Abbey quality), a rare silver plate Tantalus decanter caddy, tea and coffee services in both silver plate and pewter. And I almost forgot to mention the art – some original oils, some etchings, and framed photos of the 108′ family yacht c.1930.