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Admittedly, I found this immense antique collectible center a bit overwhelming, albeit nostalgic. It was booth, after booth, after booth of predominantly tchotchkes of days past. Items seemed a bit pricey- definitely not flea market prices, yet many items were not true antiques. Nice for...More
We have been here before, and this visit was just as fun wondering the perimiter of the building. This took about 2 hrs, because we look at EVERYTHING. As usual, I found some great items. Some old and some not so old items, but interesting...More
When I walked in I thought that I had found the mother lode of antique stores but after an afternoon of trying to find something to buy, I just couldn't. Wish I could but there just wasn't too much of value in there. It was...More
5💥💥💥💥💥 Stars awesome back in time travel !! Spent lots of time reminiscing!!! Must meet John And Marion straight through from the front door their boots are straight ahead as you walk in the food Awesome couple !!! very knowledgeable great jewelry!!!' Just a great...More
Looking for something out of the norm? Check this establishment for just the right purchase. An old time captain's wheel was sought. Prop shops and nautical stores and decorator places fell short, but here at Days of Olde Antique Center, the perfect captain's wheel was...More
Very large and building seems to have been built for antiques. Very strong on smalls and glass items, less so on furniture. You can spend a lot of time here. Good to combine with Smithville and the Noyes Museum. Don't come looking for very early...More
We were staying on LBI for a few days when the weather turned sour. Thought we would do some antiquing and stopped at Shea's for brunch. This shop was light and bright and fun to find a few interesting pieces. Nice way to spend a...More