There’s nothing more enjoyable than strolling around on a beautiful day, going treasure hunting at an all vintage show. The range of diversity makes sure there is something for everyone. Some examples include jukeboxes, vintage clothing, 40s kitchenware, estate jewelry, old tools, fishing, pop culture items from the 1970s and 80s, princess phones, die-cast toys, old board games, Sci-Fi books and comics and, well you get the drift. If fine antiques are your preference, the Expo also offers bronzes, important paintings, sterling smalls, estate jewelry, coins, sterling flatware and more. This show is a great source of things to rehab your vintage home with the real thing. You can find restored period lighting, furniture in American, European, 1890s golden oak, mahogany and country styles. There is a shipping booth on site, so you don’t have to worry about how to get something home. America’s Largest Antique & Collectible Show offers over 900 booths at the Portland Expo Center on March 3 & 4.
Shows like this are considered ‘passion’ shows where you can find the same wristwatch that your father used to wear or you can find something so unique for your home and you’re the only one that has it. It’s also a treasure hunt, never knowing what’s in the next booth.