This building used to be the Manbeck Bakery.
It's 32,000 square feet holds 150 antiques dealers.
Among many other items,
one can find furniture, coins, photography, postcards,
Pa railroad memorabilia, Civil and Revolutionary War items.
The building dates back to 1913 and housed the stables
for the horses used for pulling wagons to deliver the bread.
It's brick and hardwood floors are original.
The entire building is around 73,000 square feet.
The other half contains The Pennsylvania Fabric Outlet..
I'm so glad that I don't wear silver jewelry.
There are some beautiful Turquoise pieces here.
This MG is from the 50's , I think.
I missed that part of the sign in the picture.
It's a steal at $40,000.
Lots of Vintage clothing, cottons and lace.
Interesting framed photos and artwork.
Some very nice old furniture..
I know some of you are just dying to paint it white.
Pennsylvania Railroad lanterns..
Some priced at $1,100 - $1,200.00
Loads of "Willow ware"
Carousel and Rocking horses...
I'll post "Part Two " on Wednesday....
There's a lot to take in.