Star of the North Show this weekend at the Minn. State Fairgrounds

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Townsend Promotions, Inc., is pleased to announce the Star of the North Antique Show will be returning this weekend (June 25-27) to the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. Townsend promoters hear many, many positive comments from customers and exhibitors about the show as well as the location and, of course, the free parking.  

The Star of the North has something to offer for every collector from beginning to advanced.  You will see an exciting array of antiques in every category from Civil War, historical, political, advertising, coins, vintage toys,  fine art glass, fine porcelains, flow blue china,  paintings, Moser glass, jewelry, sterling silver matching service, art pottery, holiday collectibles, prints, decorative antiques, carnival glass, cut glass, Fenton glass, Cambridge, Royal Bayreuth, Royal Doulton, Nippon, hatpins, napkin rings, match safes, bookends, door stops, notary seals, postcards, ephemera, furniture, primitives, old books and much more.

New to the show – verbal jewelry appraisal services available at the show daily from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. This is in conjunction with a Vintage Clothing Show held in the Fine Arts Building and a Book Fair in
the Progress Building.

The show will again be held in the Education Building which is  located
near the entrance of the fairgrounds and free parking. Hours of the show will be:  Friday:  10 am – 6 pm; Saturday:  10 am – 6 pm and Sunday 11 am – 4 pm. 

Admission is $6 and is good all three days of the show – mention this news release on the Antique Trader blog and receive $1 off one admission at the door.

For show information, call 641-832-2700 or 507-269-1473 or email us at Townsend Promotions.


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-posted by Eric