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Heritage Collectibles, Books & Maps
Our hours can be inconsistent because of the demands of my social work job and the need to attend auctions to acquire new inventory!
Please check the latest "Hours" blog, or the pinned posts on our Facebook page or group. If you are coming any distance, please call or text in advance, in case there's been an unexpected change to my schedule. Thank you for understanding!
Week of August 06-12, 2017:
Sunday... 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Monday... 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tuesday... 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Thursday... 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Friday... 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday... 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm (?) going to an auction
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Category Archives: Furniture – Child
About a year ago we sold a similar child’s roll top desk, but it wasn’t in as good condition as this one is. The roll top works well with only slight sticking, and the drawer slides smoothly. Please scroll … Continue reading
Our doll cribs are absolutely adorable. We are thrilled to have three different cribs in stock right now. Two are wooden, and one is metal; all three came out of homes in Lewiston-Auburn. (I’ll add pictures of the metal … Continue reading
With a little bit of cleaning up, this vintage double-sided green chalkboard (similar to the one I spent hours drawing on as a child, but much larger!) would be great fun for any kid! Or two kids playing at … Continue reading
Here’s a sweet little vintage student desk; unfortunately, it doesn’t have a matching seat. (We have others, that do.) Condition: It’s in pretty good condition… it’s good and clean, as the pictures show. Price: Just $18.00 at Heritage Collectibles. … Continue reading
We love-love-love this souvenir brochure from Auburn’s Centennial (1869-1969), which is now almost 50 years old! The pictures of the swollen Androscoggin, and workers trying to remove ice and flooding from Auburn’s downtown are startling; the photos of the … Continue reading