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Nantucket Antiques Show and Fun Facts!

  The Antiques Council is has had the honor of managing antique shows on Nantucket for 26 years. They are proud to present the second annual Nantucket Summer Antiques Show this week! And it is our pleasure to be participating for the first time! "There has always...

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1970's Concorde G-BOAG Boardroom Model, Daniels Antiques

Supersonic Flight, the Concorde G-BOAG

The Concorde G-BOAG first flew in April of 1978. The aircraft came to be thanks to the combined design and building efforts of both British and French aerospace companies. Through this collaboration 20 Concorde aircraft came to life between 1966 and 1979. Best known for their supersonic...

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St. Elwyn’s fire

      In 1938, under the ownership of South American Saint Line, the St. Elwyn Cargo ship was built by Thompson Joseph L. & Sons. On November 28, 1940 while on voyage from Hull to Santos with a cargo of coal about 500 miles east of Bishop Rock the...

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Mothers Day 2017 Daniels Antiques

Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Do you need some last minute Mothers Days Gift Guidance? Look no further! Check out the links below to see a few of our luxury pieces any mom would be thrilled to have!   Tiffany & Co. Sterling Sliver Hip Flask, circa 1900 This rare beauty is the perfect...

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Hump Day History! A look back on February 22, 1942 Daniels Antiques

Hump Day History! A look back on March 1st, 1941.

HUMP DAY HISTORY: March 1st, 1941   World War II Bulgaria joins the Axis   "On this day, the southeastern European nation of Bulgaria joins the Axis powers by signing the Tripartite Pact. When the Second World War broke out, Bulgaria declared its neutrality. But Bulgaria’s King Boris was eager to expand...

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