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Hide & Seek Treasures, Amarillo TX

“We are a family owned antique and collectible shop in Amarillo, Texas on Historic Route 66. We have something for everyone including antiques signs, oil and gas items, old western items, vintage dolls, jewelry, antique furniture and everything in between”

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Rustic Windmill, Midland TX

“Rustic Windmill is in an established Old Midland neighborhood shopping center. Across the street is Midland’s first high school football stadium.
From the moment you walk in you’ll notice the difference. Cozy, clean and comfortable displays greet you.”

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Texas Ivy Antiques, Amarillo TX

“Founded in 1997 we are celebrating our 20th Anniversary in Amarillo, TX. We are located on Historic Route 66 (6th Ave. known as 6th Street) in a 1920’s home. Our mother, Mildred Carroll opened the shop in 1997 and named it after her granddaughter Ivy who had passed away in 1996, and for her love of Texas.”

Amarillo's Route 66

Amarillo Route 66 Store, Amarillo TX

“The Largest selection of Farmhouse and Shabby Chic Decor you can find in the city Limits. Only Route 66 Store on Route 66 in Amarillo. We carry higher end Route 66 merchandise, some exclusive to this store.”

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Carmine Antiques, Carmine TX

“Carmine Antiques is located directly across the side street from Village Market (which is a popular complex of businesses including a gas station, deli, bakery, convenience store, and steak house). The antiques store is a mall containing booths of a number of independent vendors.”

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Calla Lilies Antiques and More, Rosenberg TX

“The store is in different sections as I have a number of different vendors who decorate their space as they see fit. You will find some areas with a lot of furniture, other areas with handmade items. The back part of store has signs and items men are interested in as well as more kitchen items and painted furniture.”

About Us

For the past 10 years, our antiques newspaper Heart of a Texan has reached millions of readers all across Texas and New Mexico. Each issue is chalk full of antique stores and dealer maps for events.

Recently we started updating our website with 1 goal in mind -to help the antique community. Our plan is to build a foundation where customers and shop owners have a reliable source of information. We want to bring people together, by keeping an up-to-date store directory, Creating downloadable event maps, and writing about antiques. Not only do we care about our customers, we care about our community.

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