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Antique Buyers in Philadelphia, PA
6420 Rising Sun Ave7.55 mi Philadelphia, PA Antique ReproductionsFurniture StoresAntiques
I would tell them the people there are a pleasure to do business with.
617 Bainbridge St0.97 mi Philadelphia, PA Antiques
I strongly advise going to this store - I find that the stock is exactly what I look for and (for the most part) is at a very affordable price. When I can get away for a half hour or more from my life I enjoying coming to this place and enjoy all the oddities and selection unhurried or bothered. This is not to say that the owners are no accommodating, since they are knowledgeable and open to discussion, yet they allow you to enjoy the artifacts and furniture at your leisure. They have a great eye and well... it is one of the few stores that I really enjoy going to.
922 Pine St0.64 mi Philadelphia, PA Furniture StoresAntiques
Direct Importer of French antique furniture and accessories.
4700 Wissahickon Ave Ste 1134.40 mi Philadelphia, PA AntiquesFurniture Stores
5.Architectural Antiques Exchange
715 N 2nd St Northern Liberties1.45 mi Philadelphia, PA Antiques
Architectural Anitques is probably the most unique store of its kind on the east coast or for that matter the whole country. Tons of bars, mantels, doors a swell as unusual arftifacts. Great location and parking at the door, Friendly knowledgable staff was more then willing to help us. We bpought a bar and the price was very competive with other better antique stores of this genre but the difference for us was service and experience. Not to be missed!
6.Harry A Eberhardt & Son Inc
2010 Walnut St0.62 mi Philadelphia, PA AntiquesFurniture Repair & RefinishAntique Repair & Restoration
The Antiques Shop and Restoration Studio came from Europe and was established in America well before the earliest records of 1869. The firm began trading as Eberhardt's in 1888, when Harry A., grandfather of William R. Eberhardt, the current owner, became a partner.
2010 Walnut St0.62 mi Philadelphia, PA Antiques
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