Tag Archive: advertising

May 14

Key Antiques & Collectibles opens in Tyler with a warehouse full of treasures!

  Key Antiques & Collectibles Buy and Sell Antiques & Select Consignments Antiques, Collectibles, Lamps, Signs, Toys, Quilts, Jewelry, China, Head Vases, Singer Sewing Machines, Furniture, Art, Primitives, Garden, Décor, Glassware: Vaseline, Fenton, Blenko, Pilgrim and more … A HUGE Selection to browse both inside and outside their spacious warehouse! NOW OPEN Wed – Fri …

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May 04

The Largest Antiques Collection in the USA

When Cracker Barrel founder Dan Evans started his first store in 1969, he turned to local antiques dealers Kathleen and Don Singleton for decor. As the company opened more and more stores, the Singleton’s continued to provide all of the décor for each store until one day in 1979 when Kathleen fell ill and son …

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May 02

Upcoming Area Events – May 2013…

May 1 Hawkins Farmer’s Market Opens – Farm fresh local fruits, vegetables, honey nuts and more. Highway 14 Hawkins May 2-5 – Canton First Monday Trade Days, World’s Largest Flea Market Free all day on Hwy 19 Canton 877-462-7467 www.visitcantontx.com May 3-4 Mineola May Days  – Arts, crafts, food, entertainment and fun for the whole …

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May 01

May 2013 Issue Now Available

It seems everyone is out in their yard planting flowers, and we’ve noticed a change in “what’s hot” in yard art. You still see the staples of bird houses hanging from tree limbs and cast-iron bean pots filled with pansies, but we’ve been spotting a few more antique tractors and farm implements decorating the great …

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Jan 15

Advertising Memorabilia at Moore Than Imagined

Advertising Memorabilia

Every American company spends thousands of dollars each year on signs and advertising. Through the years, memorabilia from iconic companies like Coke, Quaker State, and Budweiser have become some of the most sought-after collectibles in the marketplace. We’ve found some great deals on Advertising Memorabilia at Moore than Imagined just inside the East Gate at …

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