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Second Time Out For November Event In Valley Forge, Penn.

Renninger’s Fall Classic

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Dealer Count Down, But Gate Up At This Three-Day Show

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A selection of Czech glass at Black Swan, Spencer, W.V.


Of Times Gone By, Cherry Hill, N.J., with a French sterling, marcasite and amethyst Art Deco handbag.


A basket quilt and a Steiff bear were among the objects in the booth of Marquis Antiques of Barto, Penn.


Tiffany and Steuben were in the display of FAB Antiques, Mendham, N.J.


Meerschaum pipe shown by Charles A. Cohen of Elkins, Penn.


Ron Stayer of Wishing Well Antiques, Lowman, N.Y., offered this yellowware boot bottle.


This group of Royal Doulton Queen Victoria commemorative items was shown by Arlene and Barry of Recollections, Oceanside, N.Y.


French Faience shown by Fayne Landes Antiques, Wynnewood, Penn.


Hermitage Antiques of Harrison, Maine, showed this tall-case clock with brass finials, fluted mahogany case and painted dial.


Among the furniture shown by Meeting House Square Antiques, Manheim, Penn., was this turned and carved post rope bed with tester.


An apricot and white marble bust on pedestal was offered by Eileen Kirkwood of Exmore, Va.


This pine open hutch from Berks County, Penn., was filled with Flow Blue and Wedgwood in the booth of Springhouse Antiques, Drexel Hill, Penn.


Gary Welker Rare Books & Print Gallery from Ontario, Canada, showed these magic lantern slides.


This powder horn incised with maps was in the display of Gary Welker Rare Books and Print Gallery of Ontario, Canada.


Sevres urns in the booth of The Main Event, Eustis, Fla.


This winged unicorn weathervane, with directionals, was shown by Red River Antiques, Shohola, Penn.


A collection of Imari porcelain, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century, by Marvin Baer of Ridgewood, N.J.


A large area was taken by T.L.C. Rugs of Alexandria, Alexandria, Va., to show the collection of rugs.


Comeau Antiques of Massachusetts offered items for the garden.


One buyer needed a dolly to get her buys to the car.

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