We're not selling on this website, but we want you to see a sampling from our shop where we feature a general line of quality antiques with a focus on American furniture, glass and china, silver, coins, books, advertising, coin operated machines, tools, fishing gear, knives and estate collectibles. We can't promise we'll still have these items when you come to see us, (in fact we hope they're gone), but we always have a good selection of quality antiques and collectibles that would be great additions to any collection.
In the early 1900s, simple tasks like keyboarding took a whole different twist.
From drug stores to soda fountains in the 1950s and '60s, time glowed for 24 hours through electric clocks like this one.
This toy tin gun kept all scary things at bay during the 1950s.
Add a pop of color to your table with these lines of Royal China patterns.
We have a broad assortment of glass, including Carnival glass patterns in marigold, amethyst, blue and green.
Along with cold brew, steel beer cans were a great medium for pop art advertising.
This European sideboard features a marble top with multiple levels of display and storage space.
On many days, Jet the standard poodle will greet you with a friendly sniff and wag of his fluffy tail.