My wife and I have always had a love of history and about seven years ago we also developed a love for antiques. Our home reflects our unique “antiquing style” which includes sports equipment, photos, board games, crates, tobacciana, ephemera, cameras, advertising signs, petroliana, service station memorabilia, etc. as well as other intriguing items. Most of our collection dates from the 1950’s to as far back as the late 1890’s.
On most weekends we’re up before the crack of dawn scouring yard sales, flea markets or estate sales. We have even been known to barter and trade for things we love. We visit sales and flea markets while traveling and always manage to bring home something “new”.
We buy and sell what interests us and hope that others find a little treasure to call their own among the things that we have for sale.
If it’s rusty, dusty and well-loved – we love it!