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Antiques On High

85 High Street
Oxford, England

Out of my price range, but who cares. Definitely a fun place to browse. But…if I had the money to buy I would have been drawn to the swords. Quite an array among other fun stuff.

Vintage Inspired

180 Flynn Ave.
Suite #2
Burlington, VT. 05401

An awesome little shop that had a lot of what I like, from old post cards, photographs, and paintings. I picked up 3 things while I was there. (One of which was a tintype photo)

Vintage Inspired

Stage Stop Antiques

513 W Webster Ave.
Chelan, WA 98816

A very cool shop! There are tons of postcards, small posters you can frame, old jars, bottles, just lots of interesting things to look at. I would recommend spending a little time in here when in Chelan.

Sir Richards Antique Center

Route 100
Waterbury Center, Vermont 05677

You can easily spend a day in here and barely take it all in. The place has everything – jewelry, pottery, silver, furniture, art glass… I especially like sculpture and fine art and there are plenty of nice items there to enjoy.

Sir Richards Antique Center

Antiques By the Falls

22 Park St.
Brandon, Vermont 05733

A lot of Americana…fun. Not the best in antique variety, but there is also an 50’s era ice cream parlor and soda fountain. How cool! Didn’t have the ice cream, but I did have a cream soda and cherry cola. Just how they used to taste… :)

Antiques By the Falls

Saranac Street Antiques

141 Main Street
Littleton, New Hampshire.

Now…this place was fun...
This shop had a wide variety of high quality antiques – many very interesting items. I spent quite a while there simply enjoying their large collection (on 3 floors of an old masonic building).


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Upstairs Antiques

in Burlington, Vermont.

An assortment of furniture, prints, jewelry, postcards, and old appliances. Nothing stood out among any of this – mostly junk. But the sheet music looked interesting. Not that I play anything, but I wouldn’t mind going in again and sifting through. There might be something notable that would look attractive framed…

Upstairs Antiques

Champlain Valley Antique Center

in Shelburne, Vermont.

Last time I was in there I had my eye on a couple of paintings. Some dollars in my wallet were itching to come out. But I resisted. :( I hate when that happens…

Champlain Valley Antique Center

Le Géant Antique

in Ste-Anne-de-Sabrevois, Quebec.

Standing in front of the shop is “The Coke Man,” which has been standing there since the 1950s in front of a roadside cafe. It’s been repainted by the new owner and he put the name of his store on the statue instead of “Coke.”

There’s an old radio set I want there. ;-)

Le Géant Antique

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