America’s oldest state antiques organization to meet Feb. 1 – 2

WAUKESHA – Many of the Midwest’s most respected antiques dealers will display their wares during the 39th consecutive Winter Wisconsin Antiques Dealers Association Show, February 1-2 in Waukesha, Wis.

Scott’s Emulsion 1892 paper calendar. (Photo courtesy WADA)

The Wisconsin Antiques Dealers Association (W.A.D.A) was formed in 1948, making it the oldest, continually-functioning state antiques organization in America. This not-for-profit group is dedicated to preserving Wisconsin’s heritage and to providing ongoing education for antiques dealers and the general public. This year’s show will feature the exhibit,

“Man’s Best Friend,” a display of antique dog-related items representing 30+ years of collectibles, including a most unusual painted tin dog umbrella stand.

The event will be held at the Waukesha County Expo Center’s Forum Building, from 11am – 9pm on Friday, and 10am – 5pm on Saturday.

For more information visit www.wisconsinantiquesdealers.com.

 

 

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