I get a few press releases, and conduct daily searches for Lakeland news. I always hope to find something The Ledger misses.
Veteran Florida auctioneer Kale Albritton, owner of Albritton Auctioneers in Lakeland, FL, met with the family of a deceased Miami collector several years ago to begin the dispersal of the thousands of antiques and collectibles in the estate. He held two small initial sales after that but could never get the family organized enough to complete the task. When he retired four years ago he still held out hope that he would get the opportunity to conduct the entire sale. That opportunity has now presented itself and Albritton has come out of retirement for this series of sales.
But it was this that caught my attention:
How can you not love a book titled “Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America?”