, old and new collectibles, Depression glass, jewelry (over 4000 pieces), Bisque dolls, Graniteware, some, some small furniture, ironstone, coins, some paper money, comic books, Nippon, some military memorabilia, cookie jars, cups and saucers. Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Sunday, year-round. Terry Faucher, Proprietor, 1278 Old DeKalb Rd., 315-386-3228.
, Buy and sell glass and china. Depression glass. Open by chance or appointment; 315-322-5706; [email protected]; Marion McIntosh, Prop., 2905 County Rte. 14, between Madrid and Morley, watch for sign.
, 167 Hale Rd., 315-386-2756, Karen Averill and Mavis Bush, proprietors; [email protected]; large collection of vintage costume jewelry. Featuring antique pins and coins; wide selection of collectibles.
, 2798 Ct. Rt. 21; 315-714-2395.

, 233 Chapel Hill Road, Colton. Tom & Debbie Taillon, 315-265-7287 or 315-261-0784. Open by appointment, by chance, or at Classy Collectibles, Canton, or Massena Market Place. Buys and sells general lines of antiques & collectibles.

Dekalb Junction
, 4352 U.S. Hwy. 11, 315-347-1340; multi-dealer shop featuring a large variety of antiques and collectibles ranging from glassware to furniture and primitives. Buying individual items or estates. Owner, Paul Hitchman,
TREASURED ANTIQUES, 3 School St. and Route 11, 315-347-1604, hidden treasures, rare finds and trendsetters of antiques and collectibles,,

, 887 U. S. Hwy. 11, Gouverneur, Melodie Kirby, 315-287-4543 or 315-528-5195. Coca-Cola items, Star Wars, sheet music, records, games, GI Joe items, tin toys, pedal cars and tractors, robots, metal lunch boxes, books and more. Open by appt. only or

1050 US Highway 11, 315-287-4984, Ron Burt, [email protected], proprietor; antique & collectible flea market. Multi-vendors. A little bit of everything from toys to furniture. Located at The Red Barn House. May through Oct. daily 11 a.m .to 6 p.m.; Nov. through April by chance or appointment.

3675 County Route 6, 315-375-4436, constantly changing inventory, 2,500 square feet of antiques and collectibles, primitives, furniture, fishing tackle, glass, tools, gifts, closed Wednesdays.

Sharon Lantry, Depot St., Helena, 315-769-5641. General line of early country furniture, china, paintings, prints, primitives. Open year round by chance or appointment.

Erwin & Becky Selleck, 61 Rensselaer St., 315-344-2480. Decorative smalls including glassware, time pieces, ephemera and costume jewelry. Upstairs in the "yellow bedroom" at The General Store in DeKalb Junction. Also open at home by appointment or chance. Email [email protected].

FLO'S TRINKETS, Tom & Flo Woodward, 714 East Rd., 315-344-8820 or 315-344-8893, large collection of old costume jewelry, glass & pottery, old & new collectibles. Open Saturdays or by appointment. Take Rt. 812 of Heulveton toward Rt. 11. Take first right onto East Rd., 2 miles up on the left.

R&K COLLECTORS DEPOT, in the old train depot, 45 Lisbon St.; open by appointment or most Saturdays 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; specialize in old American and Canadian coins, buying and selling, and coin supplies; also old military items, pocket watches, crocks, stoneware, bottles, small collectibles; 315-528-5710.

Laura Murphy, 11484 US Hwy 11, 315-389-4900 or 315-328-5911. Booths located at The Paperback Browser. Kitchen collectibles, pottery and glass, books, old tools, bottles, music items, furniture, ephemera and country collectibles. Open Fri. & Sat. from Jan. to mid-May, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Thurs.-Sat. mid-May to Dec., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Call to be sure of hours. Email [email protected].

Due North by Design, 315-769-7828, [email protected], booth in Paperback Browser and Peddlers Closet, vintage furniture and home decor, specializing in painted furniture. .

THE PEDDLER'S CLOSET AND PAPERBACK BROWSER, Route 11, North Lawrence, 315-389-4900, . Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Various antique and home decor dealers with booths.


EMPORIUM ANTIQUES AND NEWTIQUES, 4690 County Route 14, Madrid, between Madrid and Chase Mill, 315-276-8875. Open by appointment or by chance or at Classy Collectibles in Canton. Features antiques and collectibles, over 1,000 items.

Cynthia Aracadi, 535 South Main St., 315-514-1334. Antiques, collectibles, coins, jewelry, clothing. Red building past the railroad track on the left. Open Tues.-Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Consignment Tues-Thurs. Email [email protected].
MASSENA MARKETPLACE, John Gardner, 528 South Main St., 315-705-4258. Homecrafted furniture, toys, dolls, lamps, china and glass, jewelry and coins, books and paper, new and old primitives. Oct.-May, closed Tues.; May-Oct. open 7 days per week - Sun.-Wed., 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Thurs & Fri., 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
NORTH RACQUETTE ANTIQUES, 928 North Racquette River Road; Carol Hartle, proprietor; 315-769-5697; specializing in furniture, glass, china, lamps, picture frames and a general line of fine antiques; open Friday through Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday ;by chance or appointment year-round, heated shop. Look for green sign.
THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER, 32 Andrews St., Massena (former UAW building). Denise and Jim Murphy. (315) 528-0885. Fenton glass, vinyl records, Hull pottery, cookie jars, artwork, costume jewelry and array other collectibles to hold in your hand and give as a gift;; Holiday hours, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.

MARE'S WARES, varied line of traditional antiques, artist-made pottery, and unique one-of-a-kind gifts; scenic Route 37 just outside Morristown, in the same building as the famous "Evan's House - Home of The Muskie," mixture of the traditional, contemporary, and outrageous; by chance or appointment at 315-375-8214, or [email protected]

NORTH COUNTRY PINS AND PAPER, Jason Clark, 617-312-8594, Norfolk. Buying and specializing in vintage pin backs, advertising, ephemera and smalls. Especially interested in railroad, tobacco, gambling, sewing, Americana, gasoline, political, olympic, labor, World’s Fair, space, maps, bottle openers, military medals, paper dolls and academia items that fit within the previously mentioned categories. Also interested in German steins, Steiff animals, hand crafted baskets and items handcrafted by our Native American Indian neighbors.

CART AND BARREL, 42 W. Main St., Norfolk; variety of household items, antiques, collectibles; 315-244-3402, 315-276-8860, on Facebook at Cart and Barrel.

1 Park St., 315-353-4609, multi-dealer shop offering a wide variety of quality furniture, antiques, collectibles, and new gifts, set in a stately brick home; always buying quality pieces and estates. .
STICKNEY'S ANTIQUES, Carlton Stickney, 315-384-4764. Glassware, pottery, porcelains, lamps and small furniture. Booth at Massena Marketplace and Market Barn, St. Hwy. 11 in Malone. Glassware at Pear Tree in Canton.
WILLOW CREEK CHAIRS, Reneé Baxter, 1137 Old Market Rd., 353-2543. Antiques, refinishing, upholstery, caning and rush work. Located in Knapps Station. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Robert O'Donoghue, Arnold  Rd., 315-393-1505. Country furniture, quilts, baskets, decoys, decorative accessories. Open by chance. Also at The Old General Store in DeKalb Junction. Email [email protected].

, 32 Market Street, 315-265-6389. . Antiques, estate jewelry, collectibles.
, 315-265-3184, Antiques and collectibles wanted, one piece or entire estates.
BEST FRIENDS THRIFT SHOP, 8 Raymond St., Potsdam, 315-262-4959. . Antiques and collectibles, along with thrift store style items.
, 75,000 books, also rustic and modern furniture built by owner and Fred Peryer; open year-round. Hours: 1-6 p.m. Saturday & Sunday. Directions: South on Route 56 past Potsdam College to Route 72 on left, after 4.5 miles, just past sign for Parishville Center, turn right onto Ashton Road, bear left at Y in road, third house on left. Also at Evans and White Ace Hardware, Maple St., Potsdam.
THE FRONT PORCH, 7283 U.S. Highway 11, offers antique and vintage goods, home accents, furniture, linens, menagerie of art and country charm; open Thursday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
NORTH COUNTRY NEIGHBORS, 6 Main St., downstairs, Potsdam, 315-268-1055; 5,500 sq. ft. flea market featuring over 50 vendor booths; used, vintage and antique items including books, toys, home accents and smalls of every kind. Cathy Connoly, owner. .
TREASURES COVE, THRIFT & GIFT STORE, 22 Market St., Potsdam; [email protected], 315-261-4113;; Laura and Jay Taylor, proprietors; vintage vinyl, clothing, thrift items, some antiques.
"Potsdam's new quaint emporium," 2 Elm St., 315-250-3951;; call for hours.

ICE HOUSE ANTIQUES, 8705 NYS Hwy. 56, Raymondville; Darian and Stacy Maslin, proprietors. Open by chance or by appointment. Carrying a varied line of primitives, antiques, collectibles, glassware, pottery, tools, furniture, lighting, toys, jewelry, kitchen collectibles, ephemera, vintage linens and clothing. Adding new inventory daily. 315-384-6043; [email protected],

 Rensselaer Falls
over 2,500 period doors (12”-54” wide) and windows (small pane) in stock. Thousands of architectural restoration materials, vintage hardware, trim moldings, spindles, shutters, porch posts, railings, unique light fixtures, cast iron floor registers, claw foot bathtubs, pedestal sinks, toilets, urinals, fireplace fronts and more. 1950’s vintage bowing alleys for counters and islands and oak and cherry stairway rails. Open by chance or appointment-appointments are chancy. Call Kyle "Fireball" Hartman at 315-344-8882 or 315-344-7247. Consultant Service available. E-mail [email protected] or website
VINTAGE PAPER, collection of original advertisements about automobiles, soda pop, toys, trains and large collection of local historical photographs. Open by chance or appointment-appointments are chancy. Call Kyle "Fireball" Hartman at 315-344-8882 or 315-344-7247. Consulting services available;E-mail: [email protected] or website


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