open for business. Atlantique City will take place March 28-29, 2009,
at the Atlantic City Convention Center. We look forward to bringing you
hundreds of America’s finest dealers in one easily accessible and
Save $5 off the on-site ticket price and enjoy early admission to the show when you purchase tickets in advance.
Shopping Sprees Return!
You can win one of two $500 shopping sprees sponsored by Barbara Gerr
Antiques of Galloway, N.J. Show buyers can enter a daily drawing for a
$500 shopping spree in the appraisal/bookstore area of the show floor
or right outside the Barbara Gerr Antiques booth #1000.
One winner will be randomly chosen each day to win the shopping spree.
You must be present to win and the shopping spree is good for purchases
made at the show.
Collectors love Atlantique City
Dealers cover the Atlantic City Convention Center with 18th, 19th and
early 20th century period antiques and fine arts including Tiffany
lamps and metalwork, American folk art, European and American bronze,
drawings, prints, fine furniture, Asian art and antiques, glass,
porcelain and silver. Exhibitors will be coming from 41 states and
Canada, Great Britain, Europe and the Orient.
Decorative arts from every major period will be in evidence: Art Deco,
Aesthetic, Georgian, early American, Art Nouveau, Victorian, Modernism,
and Arts & Crafts. Fine estate jewelry, Roseville, rare gems and
important collections from every corner of the globe will be for sale.
Antique and vintage toy dealers will bring cast iron, dolls, tin
windup, vintage robots, cars, Victorian, paper and Baby Boomer-era
Experience the unusual curiosities at Atlantique City.Coin-operated
machines, neat finds, advertising, medical and scientific technology,
clocks and rugs – whether you can spend $5 or $500,000, you’ll go home
with something from Atlantique City!
Show hours are Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Advance ticket buyers admitted at 9 a.m. Saturday.
Are you going to the Atlantique City show? Are you planning on attending another show this spring?
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