The New Hampshire Antique Co-Op is a family-owned and ran business, trading in historical vintage and antique items since the late 1980s. The store has slowly grown over the years, and now displays goods in more than 20,000 square feet of shopping space. This makes it one of the largest group shopping antique stores in the state of New Hampshire and with 200 vendors trading within it is easy to see why this is top of the list of antiquing stores among collectors, those both local and from further afield.
Yankee Magazine named the New Hampshire Antique Co-Op as the number one store for antiques and collectibles in 2018 and it is easy to see why. Each vendor within is a wealth of knowledge and the collections for sale are obviously carefully curated with a great eye for detail. New merchandise is added to the collections daily, so even though the store is open seven days a week, even regular visitors will always have new wares to peruse. It is never a case of seeing the same old things time after time and nothing gathers dust in this store!
With so many vendors, New Hampshire Antique Co-Op covers all areas of interest to vintage and antique collectors. Visitors can find period Federal furniture, ancient Chinese art, sterling silver pieces, Viennese bronze, stunning works of pottery and other ornaments, jewelry, artwork, toys, telephones and so much more. Whatever the area of interest, mention it to the vendors and they will be more than happy to help and point you in the right direction. The prices of items here suit all pockets too, so there is no reason to leave empty-handed.
As well as the amazing goods for sale, New Hampshire Antique Co-Op offers other services too. They can manage estate sales, offer appraisals, consignment, and also offer professional restoration services. Any and all antiquing needs can be taken care of under this one roof, which is why it is definitely worth a visit.
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