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any people seem to think the only place to find a great selection of antiques around here is in the countryside. They haven’t visited the Cambridge Antique Market, a five-story maze of furniture, clothing, memorabilia, tools, kitchenware, and more, from more than 150 dealers. And there’s a surprise in the basement: refurbished vintage bicycles for sale, dating as far back as the 1920s, from classic Huffy road bikes to Schwinn cruisers, tuned up and ready to go. You’ll also find rare Red Sox memorabilia, including original bricks from Fenway and authentic seat slats. Arpie
Many people are under the impression that antique items are hard to come across in the city of Boston. While this interpretation has almost been thought into existence, the Cambridge Antique Market goes to show you that there are places out there where you can get yourself some vintage or antique products such as furniture and clothing. Despite the fact that many people prefer to do antique furniture shopping online at places like antiques world.co.uk, it is still worth coming along to the Antique Market because you never know, there may be a bargain with your name on it. If you grab yourself some amazing antiques but your home is not yet ready for them to be displayed/used, you may want to look at different storage options to make sure your antiques are always kept safe and secure until you need them. Companies such as Boombox Storage may be able to help you in this instance, do your research first and be happy with your ultimate decision for your antiques.
The value of antiques and other goods and services sold at auction in the United States is about $260 billion annually.
Tuesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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