Vintage fashion to hit the stage at the Atlantique City Antiques & Collectibles Show
Show attendees who buy tickets in advance (before Oct. 12) will get in at 8:30 a.m., 90 minutes before gate sales open on Saturday.
Whether you are looking for culture or the collectible – Atlantique City has it all. Our dealers specialize in Tiffany lighting, Continental, European and Asian porcelain, fine art, furniture, ’50s kitsch, Golden Age comic books and vintage Mego action figures. This fall’s show will also feature new dealers who specialize in antique and vintage tin toys, decorative arts, fine furniture and postcards.
Join thousands of fellow collectors in the Antique Trader Appraisal Booth and meet celebrity appraisers, including experts Kyle Husfloen, editor of the Antique Trader Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide, the nation’s best selling guide; Ellen Schroy, editor of Warman’s Guide to Antiques and Collectibles; and Caroline Ashleigh and Carolyn Remmey from PBS’s Antiques Roadshow.
Be the first to know about special offers and receive continuous, up-to-date information on everything about his show by signing up on the Atlantique City mailing list at www.atlantiquecity.com . Exhibitor contract and booth information is also available at this Web site or by calling the show office at 800-526-2724. You don’t want to miss Atlantique City on Oct. 20-21!
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Call Atlantique City Show office at 800.526.2724
or visit http://www.atlantiquecity.com
Atlantique City Show Producer
Events Marketing Manager
About The Atlantique City Show
Atlantique City was founded by Norman Schaut in 1986. Each show fills the Atlanticnorman.jpg City, N.J., Convention Center, some 10 1/2 acres in size, with thousands of antiques and collectibles enthusiasts and dealers from across the United States and around the world.
Over the years, the Atlantique City shows have consistently offered as much in entertainment value as they have in buying and selling opportunities. The show's special features have included the Kennedy Collection, Treasures from the Titanic and the History of Monopoly. The March 2006 show featured the 100th anniversary of Mr. Peanut in a large exhibit including the Peanut Mobile
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