Antiquing in the Mid Coast region.

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Not finding any vintage beer or whisky crates on our shopping trip to the lakes region, we headed to the mid coast for a different batch of stores.

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We hit the Wiscasset antique mall first. This is my favorite place to shop for treasure. Three floors, numerous dealers and a whole lot of everything under the sun.

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They had boxes galore. Biscuits, seafood, soda pop, ammunition, fruit… everything but what I was looking for.

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Classic!

The next store we tried had a vintage husband attitude corrector…

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As well as a disturbingly large dwarf face.

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Another box, but still not alcohol related.

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This?

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I have absolutely no explanation for.

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17 thoughts on “Antiquing in the Mid Coast region.”

  1. The last time I went to an antiques store was on Father’s Day with my Dad and my daughter. The place had a ton of creepy stuff in it. The best worst thing there was a two and a half foot Bride of Chucky doll. I asked my daughter to get a photo. Turns out she didn’t, so I went back the next afternoon just to get a picture of it, but someone had already bought the freaky thing. I guess they also bought the cast iron tarantula and cockroach paperweights I saw in another booth as well. I guess someone was buying for Halloween in June. Go figure. That dwarf! I’d say he’s a little coked up. It’s in his eyes! Shudder! Mona

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  2. Is that a Darth Vader prototype in the husband’s attitude corner? And nobody mentioned the Reefer Madness video. Did they not have to watch Reefer Madness every year after Grade 6. The documentary did more to promote Marijuana use in our school than scare anyone. But WHEN did marijuana ever come in “a sweet little pill”? Were they predicting the coming of LSD?

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