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  1. Secondhand Shopping
    My husband and me stopped in our local antiques mall yesterday and found the most beautiful burl wood wall clock. Ones this size roughly sell for 45-75 dollars. We picked it up for $3.50 the only thing wrong is it needs a new movement, which we happen to have a spare from an old broken clock...
  2. Find Your Kith
    I am an avid antique collector. I have lots of family heirlooms and my real passion is stoneware and quilts. I have lots of blue stone bowls and stone pickling crocks. My dh says our floors are going to fall in if I buy anymore crocks. I also have a large collection of quilts. Antiques tell such...
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  5. Secondhand Shopping
    Watching for those very "exquisites" - in other words antiques or old things!! Here are a few tips to watching for those "oldies but goodies" when desiring to fill your home with them. - put aside a specific amount of $$ just for this. You never know when you'll see a goodie at a yard sale...
  6. Secondhand Shopping
    I always wonder if I'm cleaning them right or not. I use Old English to clean mine, but I wonder if there is something else I can use instead. What is your cleaning method of antiques?
  7. Secondhand Shopping
    is it furniture, or jewlery, or dishes? or something else. my passion is books, so i love them, but also hand cooking things like a whisp or a wooden spoon, or butter churn, i love those.
  8. Secondhand Shopping
    I'm planning on it and hoping that they will continue to pass down the antiques to their kids. How about you?
  9. Secondhand Shopping
    Did you purchase most of them yourself. I purchased all of my antiques myself. Nothing was passed down to me except a set of dishes which I had to sell after a few years of marriage in order to make ends meet. I usually get my antiques at antique dealers but have been fortunate...
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