Category Archive: Artifacts

News and information about items created by humans usually for a practical purpose in a particular period of time.

Jul 25

Tyler’s treasures: Take a day or two to see Tyler

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You will need a day or two in Tyler to see all the great Treasures. Start on the west side of town and travel east. From Athens/Murchison, travel East on TX-31 toward Tyler to Moore Than Imagined (#1 on Map, Info P19), to explore Chalk Painted furniture, western art, antique toys, man cave items and …

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Jul 24

Sulphur Springs…

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Just about an hour and a half East of Dallas on I-30 is Sulphur Springs. This little town is a treasure of shopping and dining. We found two places you simply must visit. Town Square Antique Mall is right downtown on the square at 102 College St. This is one of the best selections on …

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Jul 22

Family Farmer’s Market and Much More in Pittsburg

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Head North on TX-271 to Pittsburg, but before you get to town, be sure to stop at Efurd Orchards just 3 miles south of town on TX-271. Open 7 days a week in summer, this family owned market is one of the best. Not only is the a wonderful farmer’s market, they have home-made ice …

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Jul 21

Mineola… Lots to see and do!

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Mineola is on TX-80 1.5 hrs East of Dallas, or just 34 minutes North of Tyler on TX-69. This beautiful Downtown has lots to do and see. Don’t miss: The Ponderosa Gun Shop with unique collectible firearms and more Uniques & Antiques, The largest Antique Mall in Mineola just off Broadway on Line St. Stonewall …

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Jun 17

Mineola…

Ponderosa

Mineola is on TX-80 1.5 hrs East of Dallas, or just 34 minutes North of Tyler on TX-69. This beautiful Downtown has lots to do and see. Don’t miss: The Ponderosa Gun Shop with unique collectible firearms and more. Uniques & Antiques, The largest Antique Mall in Mineola just off Broadway on Line St. Stonewall …

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May 15

The Art Behind Music Memorabilia: Collections of a Roadie

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Backstage passes include great images and historical facts. Did you know Guns and Roses and The Rolling Stones played a tour together? Also check out ticket stubs, and posters that contain amazing photos taken of Jimi Hendrix, Van Halen, early ZZ Top and more. Records have always retained some sort of value, not just for …

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May 13

Stonewall Jackson’s: Armory and World Coin Gallery Open for Business in Mineola – Free Offer!

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  The Grand Opening of Stonewall Jackson’s Armory and World Coin Gallery was held Saturday April 13 in Downtown Mineola featuring a live art performance by Jared Watson, “the silver man,” live interviews on KMOO and more than 1,000 Morgan silver dollars. Whether you are new to coin collecting or a seasoned veteran, this new …

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May 11

Ye Olde City Antique Mall and Market Spring Fling Just in Time for Mother’s Day

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May 9-11 Tyler’s Ye Olde City Antique Mall and Market Spring Fling Sale is happening now. Stop in today to find the perfect gift for Mother’s Day, or something special for yourself. 10a-5p at 302 E. Locust Tyler, TX 75702 Call 903-705-1145 (Mall) or 903-705-1144 (Market) www.oldcitytyler.com

May 08

Uniques & Antiques: The Biggest Antique Mall in Mineola, Texas

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  If you are antiquing in Mineola, TX and you stay on Highway 80, you’ll miss the biggest antique mall in the area. On Line street just a block toward the railroad tracks from Highway 80 is Uniques and Antiques. This mall features everything from Early American and European antiques to vintage pop culture memorabilia …

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May 07

Around East Texas… Pittsburg

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Spend the Day in Historic Downtown Pittsburg Texas with its charming main street of restaurants, museums, attractions and ample antique shopping.   The Ice House  – Start your stroll at the north end of Downtown at 149 Quitman. This thrift shop is actually a non-profit operation benefiting Cypress Basin Hospice.         Rick’s …

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