Witherell’s Gearing Up for Once in a Lifetime Silver Sale
Noted columnists Steven Yvaska of the San Jose Mercury News and Debbie Arrington of the Sacramento Bee recently shared the news of an extraordinary silver collection coming up for auction. They captured the intrigue of this single owner collection. It’s a hoard of precious metal, configured by pioneering Californian’s into decorative works of art.
Sale of Silver to Benefit Sacramento State University
It comes from the estate of a Sacramento State physics professor Edwin Iloff and all the proceeds benefit the university. He started collected in 1980 and acquired most of these pieces at shows and auctions and was more concerned with ownership than cost. He paid retail prices and this exceptional collection is expected to sell for 50-75% less than his purchase price. Smart buyers should be positioned to capitalize on this unreserved auction.