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We always have a full line of antique furniture centered around American pieces, from 1860 to 1960. We offer a broad assortment of all styles of glass, ranging from Lalique and Tiffany to popular dime store glass of the 1960s and '70s. We specialize in cut glass, Carnival, Depression, elegant, kitchenware and glassware from the 1940s, '50s and '60s.

We're not selling on this website, but you can see a sampling of the type of antiques and collectibles we carry in our shop. Come see for yourself! Featuring vintage collectibles, classic postcards, advertising antiques, old pins, antique signs, collectible badges and posters. From Coca Cola memorabilia to Western collectibles, there's a little something for every collector.
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read more › We're not selling on this website, but we want you to see a sampling from our shop, where our mission is to offer quality antiques and collectibles in a clean, inspiring environment. The Antique Station is co-owned and operated by Tom and Betsey Craig, Sam and Ginny Bolin, Bob and Christie Beermann, and Mary Louise Craig. Dealers include Lynn and Sandy Chapman, Mike and Jean Casey, Mike Warren, Judy Favor and Jim Alvis. We love to collect, love the history behind different pieces, love quality craftsmanship we don't often see in today's retail environment, and love to share what we find with friends and others who have similar interests.

read more › 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.

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