Never For Money, Always For Love

A Mid-Century Dream

If you spend a little time in Los Angeles, you will surely stumble upon some fine things.  But lets face it, for the most part, Los Angeles has been raped and pillaged of its antiques and collectibles.  Every once in a while you stumble on a collection that makes your jaw drop, and your mind “treadmill” the thought “shit, how can i afford all of this” because you know that you will never come across any of this every again.  A few months ago I found one of these places, and its location will remain my secret. If you are a real buyer, and I know that you can afford these items, then contact me and I will take you here.  This is by far one of the finest collections of mid century modern furniture in the state of CA, if not the west coast.  Spread across 7 acres of land, located 40 miles east of Los Angeles, this sprawling cluster fuck of packrat-ness contains cars, scooters, bicycles, furniture, 100,000 pairs of Levi 501s, 200,000 pairs of shoes, etc.  This man has got everything from a little eye Joe, to damned if I know.

3 Responses

  1. I would LOVE to go to this place. Please contact me so that I can go with you.

    You can see my website for a reference to my mid-century collection, if need be.

    Thank you for your kind attention,


    03/08/2011 at 10:41 am

  2. admin

    Christine, sorry for the delay. Will you be in Los Angeles any time soon?

    03/18/2011 at 11:34 am

  3. Peter lux

    Hi there,

    I just stumbled across this post. I am a huge fan of Max Gottschalk furniture and am on the hunt for some chairs. They are impossible to find in London and Europe in general. I am only in LA on Wednesday 10th of August and I was wondering if you could tell me where this place is.
    I know you said you it’s a secret but I thought you would make an exception.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Best, Peter

    08/05/2011 at 11:01 am

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