The Museum Shop is known for selling an eclectic array of interesting and unusual oddities along with silver, china, jewelry (antique, vintage, and collectible), linens, ephemera, books, smalls, tools, purses and more. The Museum Shop is a treasure trove of mostly consigned and donated items and the constantly changing inventory regularly presents surprise bargains. We also offer a selection of new books, photographic prints from our Collection and the “Then and Now” Main Street and Bayview Avenue DVDs. Our merchandise can provide unique gifts for any occasion.
The Museum Shop is open year-round during our regular hours. Cash, personal checks, and credit cards are accepted. Consignments and donations are accepted by appointment.
HISTORY OF THE MUSEUM SHOP
In 1974, shortly after the Society found a home -- and museum -- in the former Carnegie Library at 215 Main Street, two volunteers were asked to sell a box of used goods that was taking up space. The items were priced at $.25 each, and from that box on the museum’s lobby steps, the Shop was "born." Several years later, with a donation from the Cavagnaro family, an addition was constructed to house the Museum Shop.
IN THE MUSEUM SHOP NOW
Below are several items currently for sale, shown displayed in the Museum Shop. These are particularly interesting objects representing the sort of unusual and varied things the Museum Shop is known for. All items shown are subject to prior sale. Come find a one of kind gift today!
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