Sacramento Home to Air Force Pilot Reflects a Lifetime of Travel & Adventure

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This lovely home to a retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel reflects 40 years of travel and adventure, including an extraordinary and eclectic collection of art and sculpture, furnishings and military memorabilia. 

The owner grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas and then attended the University of Texas, majoring in Business Administration. From his first trip to the World's Fair in New York City at age 15, he caught the travel bug, which led to him joining the Air Force after college. He served for 30 years in the Air Force, and flew the P38 Pilot (one of the fastest airplanes in the world at that time) and then the C130. He was stationed in the Pacific during World War II, and made it a point to take every opportunity abroad to travel and see the sights.

This estate includes an Eames Chair, Papua New Guinea tribal masks, and other art and furnishings that demonstate a life well lived, discerning taste, an illustrious career and a love of travel. With each travel adventure, the owner brought back unique treasures that he has curated and collected for many years.  He now wants others to enjoy these great finds as much as he did.

This Above and Beyond Estate Sales event will be held from
8am to 5pm on Friday and Saturday, June 3rd and 4th.

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We accept cash and PayPal. We do not accept credit cards, except through PayPal.  We DO NOT accept Checks. 
All items are sold in a used / as is condition with no exception. There are no returns accepted.
Please bring boxes, a truck and any other items or carrying help that will
help you for picking up large items. 

No information or prices will be given out over the phone as prices are subject to change during a sale.  
If you are interested in any items please be present at the Sale. All items must be picked up one hour prior to the close of Sale. 

We will not hold items unless they are paid in full.  No item is held for any reason other than the item has been paid for.