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Emmitsburg Antique Mall, Emmitsburg

Categories: Antique Stores, Shopping
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4.1/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • Nice open stalls, with items you can pick up and look at. Not a lot of glass cases where you have to ask for a key. A lot of 1930s to 50s housewares, and lots of glassware and bottles. Give yourself a...  read more »
  • This antiques mall is huge, and has a little of everything. I saw a lot of items that brought back childhod memories. Most of the items we looked at were in very good condition. It was not poor qualit...  read more »
  • The thing I like about antiquing in the northeast (I'm from Texas) is that the stuff can be really old, in really good shape, and fairly priced. This store does not look that big from the outside, but...  read more »
  • It's a traditional antique mall but the staff were more friendly than any I've come across at similar antique malls.
  • Some of these reviews here have me baffled. This mall is every bit as good as the nearby ones in Westminster and Hanover, but definitely cleaner. Although housewares dominate, the variety of antiques is wide and intriguing. Many sellers pay close attention to offering complete sets. Prices are about average for the area. As to vacancies, all I can say is I saw roughly 3 unoccupied booths among the mall's 140 booths, and all the rest were full of items for sale.
  • Amazingly clean and pleasant...found cool stuff
  • Vast selection of items and especially great for vintage kitchen goods.
  • Positives must be from dealers. Went in this week (2/8/2015) and got a good laugh at what people think is saleable merchandise. At least the laughing took my mind off of the musty smell and stained, dirty brown carpet patched with black duct tape. The few antiques that I saw were either mediocre, overpriced, or both. I walked past booth after booth of die cast trucks in blister packs, Hess trucks, Beannie Babies (always a sound investment) and country painted stuff. I found appropriately priced legitimate antique to buy but it was in a showcase and since it was 4:40, they wouldn't open it. I guess they were worried about the rush at the front counter from the three customers who were in the mall. Too bad for the dealer who lost a sale on a Japanese cloisoinne vase. I will come back in another year and get another laugh -- probably at the same stuff!
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