Lexington Missouri's ANNUAL ANTIQUE SHOW

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Attend a Great Antique Show as quality Antique dealers and vendors set up on Main street to offer two days of fun & exciting Antique Treasure Hunting.

You will find Wonderful Country Primitives, Great Antique Furniture, Fabulous Antique Advertising, Quilts and Textiles, Antiquarian Books & Maps, Collectible Sports Cards (50's & 60's), Antique Tools, Victorian and Art Glass, Porcelain and China, Curiosities and Much, Much, More.

There is something for every taste and every level of collecting-sophistication at the show. This event takes place rain or shine.

Antique Appraiser Jason Roske of KC Auction & Appraisal Co. will conduct appraisals on Saturday, from noon to 4:00 pm, ($25 fee for up to 3 items). Jason has over 20 years of experience appraising antiques and collectibles. Jason, a member of the International Society of Appraisers is often seen on KCPT during the airing of the Antique Road Show and KCPT's Fine Art and Antique Appraisal Fair for years.

Visitors will enjoy a festive atmosphere also featuring a wonderful Art Show, Live Music, Food & Refreshments. Join the Festivities! Invite your Friends to enjoy the Antique Show.

The Antique Show is on Main Street and inside the old Montgomery Ward building at 1114 Main Street.

For more information, contact:

Lexington Chamber of Commerce at 660-259-3082.

Antique Dealers may call 660-259-4231 for Vendor Space

Lexington Missouri's ANNUAL ANTIQUE SHOW

Address : Main Street, Lexington Missouri 64067 Lexington MO
Phone : 660-259-3082   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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