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Some store and show hours may vary due to the Coronavirus/COVID-19. Please call before visiting.

Antiques And Collectibles Mall of New England Re-opens Friday, April 2, 2021

April 2–30, 2021

April 2 - 30, 2021
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location
Antiques And Collectibles Mall of New England, LLC
8 Dunster Avenue / Route 45
Greenville, NH 03048

Contact Name: Michalene Kosinski
Phone: 6038780606
Email Event Contact

We hope you are doing well and have made it through this trying Covid Pandemic with little or no health issues. We are fine, and will be re-opening the Antiques And Collectibles Mall of New England on April 2, 2021, with lots of fresh to the market merchandise including lots of sterling silver, individual and sealed boxes of sports cards, lots of jewelry, some furniture, toys and signs.

Although we are fine so far, we know a number of people who have not fared so well, and a couple of people that passed on recently due to Covid. We are pleased that vaccines are becoming available to more and more people, but we know there are many, many people who have yet to be vaccinated (including us), so we are still requiring properly worn face masks at all times when in our building. As before, we will have hand sanitizer available for your use.

We have been working hard to be sure that your first visit back to our store will be an enjoyable experience. During the closure we made repairs to the heating system and plumbing, repainted the walls and floor of the restroom, and have been cleaning and reorganizing throughout the store, and we have been putting lots of new merchandise on display.

Before showing you the list of new arrivals, we’d like to tell you that we have a new neighbor that recently purchased the old railroad depot next door. They plan to restore the exterior of depot to its original appearance, and extend the building at the rear, keeping with the appearance of the original structure. We are excited that our new neighbor plans to restore the look of this historic 1880s train station and put it to a new use. We are sure those of you who enjoy visiting train stations will appreciate seeing this fantastic restoration project too.

Finally, here is our list of new arrivals. If there is something on the list of new arrivals that interests you, please come in, as we are not likely to have time to read and respond to emails during the normal store hours. We expect to be quite busy during our re-opening. Here are just some of the new items you may notice in our store:

Sterling Silver:

Sakai Sterling Silver Cocktail Picks with original box

A. Webster, N. Attleboro, MA (1869-1958) Sterling Silver baby rattle / spoon

Webster – North Attleboro MA (1869-1958) Sterling Silver Tea Strainer

Gorham Chantilly Sterling Silver forks

Large Sterling Silver Tiffany Spoon

6 Bigelow & Kenard sterling silver spoons

McAuliffe & Hadley, Boston MA Sterling Silver tongue depressor (c: 1910-1940)

Reed & Barton sterling silver baby rattle with teething ring

Webster 1930s sterling silver baby rattle with teething ring

Rogers, Lunt, Bowlen sterling silver

1940s Westmoreland Sterling Silver John & Priscilla pattern forks

Dumb bell shaped Sterling Silver baby rattle

Presto Sterling Silver Cigarette Case Pat 1915 by Ralph Wallenstein

Oneida Heirloom Sterling Lasting Spring pattern flatware – tablespoon, forks, soup spoons & butter knives

Fisher Sterling Silver open sugar and creamer

Aetna Sterling Silver vase

Large Dominick & Haff Sterling Silver Bowl

Towle Sterling Silver bowl with handle

Wright Key & Co Sterling spoon

Steiff Sterling silver tablespoon

Towle Sterling Silver Candlelight Ladle

JE Caldwell Sterling silver ladle

Smith Patterson Sterling Silver Teaspoon

Sterling Silver Wild West Spoon with Cowboy chasing cattle

Sterling Silver Teapot shaped tea ball

Gorham Sterling Silver 3 footed shell shaped dish

Gorham Sterling silver Napkin ring

Several Sterling Silver Mesh Purses

Sterling Silver Open Master Salt with Cobalt Blue liner and sterling silver spoon

Set of Sterling silver cocktail picks

Sterling Silver curved card case

Jewelry:

Large selection of Sterling Silver necklaces, rings, pins and bracelets

Gold rings and several pairs of gold earrings

Many trays of costume jewelry

Cameo jewelry - earrings, necklaces, broaches & rings – Most are costume, some silver or gold filled

Full Boxes of sports cards:

1990 Upper Deck Baseball – sealed

1991 Fleer Baseball – unopened

1990 Topps Baseball – unopened

1989 Topps Baseball – unopened

1990 Fleer Baseball – unopened

1990 Don Russ Baseball – sealed

1991 Pacific Football cards - unopened

Individual sports cards:

1989 David Robinson – Hoops

1989 Hoops Michael Jordan

1984 Tony Gwynn – Topps

1983 Reggie Jackson – Topps – All Star

1966 Carl Yastrzemski – Topps

1963 Carl Yastrzemski – Topps

1968 Carl Yastrzemski - Topps

1975 Carl Yastrzemski – Topps with Signature

1968 Phil Niekro – Topps

1976 Hank Aaron – Topps

1975 Brooks Robinson – Topps – All Star

1985 Kirby Puckett – Topps

1984 Don Mattingly – Topps

1984 Wade Boggs – Topps

1983 Wade Boggs – Topps

1984 Cal Ripken – Topps

1983 Cal Ripken – Topps

1983 Mike Schmidt – Topps – All Star

1973 Bob Gibson – Topps

1982 Cal Ripkin – Future Stars – Topps Rookie Card

1985 Roger Clemens – Topps

1983 Tony Gwynn – Topps Rookie Card

1987 Barry Bonds – Donruss

1958 Whitey Ford – Topps

1958 Yogi Berra – Topps

1958 Frank Robinson - Topps

Power Tools & Hardware:

Black & Decker 7-1/4” 2-1/8HP Circular Saw with new extra blade in a Makita carry case

Black & Decker sander

Ryobi 16” Variable speed scroll saw

Husky 120 volt inflator

Large box of Grip Rite 1-1/4” X 7/16” 16 gauge Staples

Redodot outdoor flood light

Many hand Tools – Sears and other wrenches, multiwrench, Husky & other nut drivers, hammers

Some hardware

Toys:

1958 Mattel Mickey Mouse in the Music Box – with partial original box

World’s Fair Chicago Century of Progress Bus (back section)

1980s Barbie dolls, clothes and accessories,

1980s Barbie Glamour Tub/Shower

Vintage games – Cargoe No 42, Chess/Checkers, Scrabble

Tennis racquets


Furniture:

Columbia Furniture Oak dining table with 4 chairs and 2 extensions

Set of 6 antique dining chairs with leather seats

Mid-Century Modern Waterfall Furniture – wardrobe, dresser with mirror, china cabinet and server

Maple Rocking Chair

Tubular metal framed chairs with padded seats

Oak Ballasters and top rail

Several small wall shelves

Several old children’s school desks, one is a child’s double schoolhouse desk

Other Interesting New Arrivals:

2 Old Greenville Liquor Store Price signs in McCaskey Alliance metal frames

Artwork – many nice framed pieces, including several featuring dogs and horses

Set of 4 unframed prints by the 34th President of the United States

German Porcelain Cannister & Spice Set

Nice old wine glass and cordial sets

Beautiful vintage glass – Blenko – Cambridge – Fenton – McKee – Northwood – Murano – Duncan & Miller – Daum – Christopher Dresser

Lots of cookbooks

Some fishing and fly tying books

Heavy green metal bottle rack

Homemade Sulkie – to pull behind lawn tractor

Many Coins

Wade English animal figurines

Samsung Crystal Surround Air Track

Harman Kardon Computer Subwoofer & Speakers

Some office supplies

Red Dansk pan

And much, much more.

We look forward to welcoming you back. We have been getting lots of calls from customers anxious for our re-opening, so we expect the store to be quite busy and it’s unlikely that we will have the time to respond to email or telephone inquiries during business hours. However, we will make every effort to get back to you as soon as we are able. Please be sure to remain socially distanced, and wear a mask that fully covers your nose and mouth at all times when in Antiques And Collectibles Mall of New England. Hand sanitizer will be available for your use. We are located at 8 Dunster Avenue (Route 45), in downtown Greenville NH, in the big, red historic Prescott Grain Mill Building. We are open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 10am-5pm.

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