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ANTIQUES · RARE & USED BOOKS · COINS · COLLECTIBLES

HB 192:

Antiques in the Legislature

Page 8

Penny Press Mint

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In this Issue:

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SPANISH FORK, UTAH

PERMIT NO. 8

March 2008

A Younster’s Take:

Walter Larsen Show

Page 11

Map Section

Pages 12-18


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ANTIQUE GALLERY

Specializing in quality American Antiques. Located

across from the Salt Palace. Open daily except Sunday

or by appointment.

126 South 200 West

Salt Lake City

(801) 359-4852


page 4 · march 2008

What Bugs Miss Bee Haven

This month Miss Bee Haven is as tired and irritated by the snow and

cold as most of the rest of Utah. This has made her a bit grouchy, so

she has compiled a list of

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Dear Miss Bee Haven

Top 10 pet peeves

in the antiques and collecting world

When people use duct tape to repair an old book. Hello!

When a guy talks about something like the range of styles of

embossing on the Mason fruit jars (or railroad items, or insulators,

or pottery) made in 1858, with 187 slightly different variances,

that he collects, for three hours, and nobody else but a fellow fruit

jar collector cares about. If someone is not passionate about the

subject, please keep it under 5 minutes.

It makes me crazy when someone breaks an item, and then hides it,

as if no one is going to notice. If you break something, at least have

the guts to let the owner know. They will appreciate the honesty,

and hopefully will not make you pay for it.

When people paint pianos orange. What were you thinking??

It is so buggy when you find a great piece of glass at a yard sale or

estate sale for $5.00, and you get it home and take the price tag off,

only to reveal that it was covering up a chip or a crack. Rude.

Are Bees Bugs?

ConTaCT miss bee haven @

missbeehaven@deseretantiquetimes.com

6. I can’t stand it when a shop or thrift store has a reproduction item

that they sell as a real antique. They put “collectible vase”, and

price it at $89.95, and you can buy it from Pik and Save down the

street for $8.00.

7. When people still do their hair, clothes and make-up the same as

when they were in high-school, yet they are 65 years old. They are

soooo cool!

8. When an antique store has the same 10 items on the exact same

shelf for 6 years, and they still want the identical price for it as 6

years ago. The tag fades, and they just keep re-writing the same

number over the old price. If it hasn’t sold in 6 years for that price,

it probably never will. At least dust the shelf, and move the stuff to

a different place in the store.

9. When people say; I have one of those, and I saw one just like it on

The Antiques Roadshow. They said that it was worth $100,000.00!

Only mine is rusty, and has a hole in it, and you can hardly read

the lettering, so mine should be worth more, because it has more

“patina”.

10. I hate it when people are negative about everything. They are

always whining, and griping, and listing their complaints.

I Hope that spring gets here soon.

Miss Bee Haven


Confetti Antiques & Books

Spring has sprung, The grass is riz,

Confetti Antiques is where all the cool Easter stuff is

c o n f e t t i

fULL

More than an Antique Mall

Confetti Antiques & Books

273 North Main Street

Spanish Fork, Utah

(801) 798-0137

Tuesday—Saturday, 10 a.m.—6 p.m. Monday—Sometimes

www.confettibooks.com

www.seasonalcellar.com


page 6 · march 2008

Calendar of Events

mar 8

Silcox auction

Peteetneet Academy

10 South 600 East

Payson, UT

Preview, 9—11 a.m.

Auction starts at 11 a.m.

mar 12

Blue mule auctions

estate auction

195 South Spud Alley

Shelley, Idaho

Begins at 6 p.m.; preview from 3—6 p.m.

mar 14-15

Living history reenactors conference

American West Heritage Center

4025 South Highway 89-91, Wellsville

A fun-filled family conference that will

help any living history re-enactors

become better at living history. Also for

those just wanting to learn old fashioned

arts and skills or who desire to learn

how to better present themselves to

the public. Workshops and activities for

kids, too. Sessions include things like

fiber arts, pioneer games, storytelling,

creating and interpreting a “1-10” form,

harnessing and driving, interpretation,

how to be a Superhost, and more.

Contact David Sidwell at (435)764-2006

for more information or visit www.awhc.

org

apr 25-27

annual april action car Show

Swaney city park

400 North 100 West, Moab

Classic Car Show — Hot Rods, Trucks,

Customs, Street Rods, Muscle Cars,

Classics, and much more! Visit for more

information. This event is one of the

largest events of the year for Moab.

Please make your camping/lodging

reservations as early as possible.

Admission is free to spectators.

For information, call (435)259-5858 or

visit www.moab-utah.com/aprilaction

apr 26

Doll & Teddy Bear Show

State Fairgrounds

Salt Lake City, Utah

Show hours are 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Contact Dorothy Drake at (775)348-7713

for info or email Dorothy@dolls4all.com

WANTED

To buy

Utah Items

Badges - Photos - Pottery -

Art - LDS Historical Items

Also Sterling Silver -

Sevres - Meissen -

Royal Vienna - Bronzes -

Other Quality Antiques

Gary Thompson Antiques

801-947-8748

We buy books.

(801) 400-2149


Moriarty’s Antiques

and

Curiosities

Salt Lake Valley’s

Largest Antiques & Collectibles Mall

10,000 sq.ft. of Antiques with a wide selection including:





Antique Furniture

Glassware

Retro Furniture

Farm Items





Garden

Artwork

Advertising

Pottery & Textiles

Open 7 Days a Week!

Monday thru Saturday - 10 a.m. — 6 p.m.

Sunday - Noon — 5 p.m.

Toys

Jewelry

Books and Paper

Vintage Clothing

Moriarty’s Antiques

and Curiosities

959 S. West Temple — Salt Lake City

(801) 521-7207





page 8 · march 2008

House Bill 192:

Backhand to secondhand?

sTeve hardman

Deseret antique Times

Like hurricanes and monsoons, legislation

has a season. And as anyone who was weathered

such severe tropical phenomena can relate, a

proper warning system becomes invaluable.

This year the storm came in the form of House

Bill 192, and many Utah antique dealers were

caught unawares.

At a fast glance, H. B. 192, innocuously

titled Property Transaction Amendments,

didn’t appear to be about antiques at all.

The general description of the bill stated that

it, “modifies the Pawnshop and Secondhand

Merchandise Transaction Information

Act regarding functions of the Division of

Consumer Protection and exemption of certain

businesses.”

The intent of the bill, according to its sponsor

Representative Rebecca Lockhart, was to aid

law enforcement in the recovery of stolen

property with a value based on age, rarity,

condition, craftsmanship or collectability and

the apprehension of the involved parties.

Secondhand dealers, such as pawn shops,

are currently required to provide detailed

information about the individual selling the

secondhand items, including a thumbprint, as

well as a description of the object itself.

And that is where antiques came into play.

In previous years’ incarnations of the bill,

antique dealers have been exempted from

participating in the Act. House Bill 192 sought

to change that.

“This is not a bill about law enforcement,”

said Sandy Antique Mall owner Randy

Tanski. ”Basically, the pawn shops are jealous

because we can buy off the street without

restrictions.”

According to Tanski, the legislature tried to

do the same last year with House Bill 402.

“This police sergeant was shopping up

front,” Tanski said, “And while I helped him,

he said, ‘Oh yeah. They’re passing a bill that’s

going to make you guys like pawn shops.’

And I went, ‘Uh oh.’”

That is when Tanski contacted his

representative, Todd Kiser. And H.B. 402 kept

its antique dealer exemption.

“We owe everything to him,” Tanski said.

“He helped us pull it off last year. He didn’t

ask for anything. In fact, he ran the risk of

making the other legislators mad by stymieing

them.”

So when Kiser, a republican from District

41, called again this year, saying that a last

minute bill, H.B. 192, tried to bring antiques

back into the Act, Tanski got mad.

“You gotta be kidding me,” he said. “These

pawnshop guys are gonna tell me what I can

see baCkhand — page 9

SiBLing rivaLry: house Bill 192 sought to remove the exemption of Utah antique dealers from the

existing pawnshop and Secondhand merchandise Transaction information act. The bill, sponsored by

representative rebecca Lockhart of provo, was ultimately replaced with a substitute after a coalition of

area antique dealers and likeminded lawmakers met with Lockhart. antique dealers will continue to be

exempt from the act under the substitute legislation.

What should you do?

1. Contact your State Represenative.

See http://www.le.state.ut.us/

maps/amap.html and let them

know about your business and

that you support the current

exemption on antique stores.

2. Contact District 64 Represenative

Rebecca Lockhart (See the Box

Below)

3. Ask her the following questions

4. What was your intent with H.B.

192?

5. Why did you feel in necessary

to remove the exemption for

Antique Stores?

6. Are you looking to do it again

next year?

7. Who did you get input from?

8. Did you consult anyone in the

antiques business? If so, whom?

9. Any others you might feel

necessary

10. These and other questions we

asked Rebecca but by press time,

she has failed to respond.

reBecca D. LockharT

Uta h Stat e

ho U S e o f Re p R e S e n at i v e S

DiS t R i c t 64 - pR o v o

co n ta c t in f o R m at i o n:

em a i l - b l o c k h a R t@U ta h.g o v

ce l l ph o n e - 801-369-6784


Backhand to secondhand?:

From baCkhand — page 8

do as an antique dealer? No way!”

With Kiser’s help, Tanski organized an informal meeting with

Lockhart. Several area dealers attended to voice their concern over

the bill. Those present included Monica Zoltanski from Sisters Home,

Stephanie Links from Pink Door, Dave Litvin from Litvin Art Gallery,

Scott Evans from SLC Antiques, Gary Thompson, Tonya Mahood

from Antionettes, and others.

Tanski described the animated meeting as heated, but ultimately,

worthwhile.

Other dealers also indicated urging their own representatives to not

support House Bill 192.

Later that day, Lockhart substituted the existing bill for one that

keeps the Antique dealer exemption intact.

In 2004, the California Pawnbrokers Association introduced

legislation to expand the definition of “second hand goods dealer in

their pawnbrokering statute. It was defeated. That same legislation has

appeared in one form or another in 2005, 2006 and 2007. This is the

second year this has come before the legislature in Utah.

“Will we see it next year?” said Tanski. “Count on it.”

A. Dean Larsen

Book Collecting Conference

at BYU’s Harold B. Lee Library

ursday and Friday, March 27–28, 2008

For more information call 801.422.3514 or see http://net.lib.byu.edu/scm/bookconference2008

march 2008 · page 9

Be s u r e to Be h e a r d: ho u s e Bill 192

Each year the L. Tom Perry Special Collections at byu opens its doors to book collectors and dealers of

all interest levels.

Registration for the conference and pre-conferences is $35.00 each

We are oering two separate pre-conference sessions for 2008:

• Coptic Binding Workshop [SOLD OUT!]

• Discovery of Photography

is year, our seminar topics are:

• Book Collecting

• Collecting Nephi: Book of Mormon Editions, Past and Present

• Grandma Gave Me This Old Bible: Collecting English Bibles

• Orson Scott Card

• Oh, For the Love of Letters: Collecting Personal Correspondence

• Exploring Yellowstone Park Through Music

• The Book Beautiful: The Revival of Fine Printing


page 10 · march 2008

Here at the DAT (The Deseret Antique Times), as we fondly call her,

we have had a year of ups and downs, and all arounds. Here are some

of our triumphs and failures from 2007, our inaugural year.

1. Why did we name the paper The Deseret Antique Times? One

of the early names proposed for the state of Utah was Deseret, so we

named her Deseret. Antique is obvious, and the Times is for all the

latest and greatest news in our business. Besides, it is always a great

newspaper name. The Deseret News was already taken.

2. We have had the opportunity to get out and meet some

wonderful people in the Utah Antiques market. We have highlighted

many stores, including Round Valley Antiques of Scipio (our first in

fact), Hills House in Downtown SLC, Eborn Books of West Valley,

Carmen Miranda of SLC, The Copper Frog in Farmington, and the Pink

Door / Sisters Home of Highland Dr in SLC, and many more. We have

made many great friends along the way.

3. Some months the paper went as smoothly as a bald man’s

head, other months, it was the most torturous, stressful, and horrible

experience ever. Each month is new and exciting, and we are enjoying

it more and more.

4. The DAT has been a great outlet for our creative ideas and

interests. Writing can be fun. Hint: we invite all dealers and collector’s

to submit articles and ideas for stories as well.

5. The newspaper has been exciting and unpredictable. Just like

Kara promised me that our marriage would be.

6. We have increased our distribution to include about 30 hotels

and inns in the Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, and Utah Counties, as well

as continued distribution to all of the stores in Utah. They are also

distributed at the antiques shows and auctions in the area.

7. Notice that there are no failures listed here. That is because we

haven’t had any, other than a few typos here and there. Ha ha.

2008 is going to be even bigger and greater with even more new

ideas coming. Thanks for the tremendous support and ideas, keep them

coming.

Donnie Morris

Editor

HAPPY BIRTHDAY:

Deseret Antique Times

donnie morris

editor

Be L o w: th e Pr o P o s e d st at e o f de s e r e t

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the Deseret antique Times. annual Subscriptions start at $24.00. call

(801)798-0137 for more information.

As part of our first birthday, we decided to create a limited collectible.

Having dealt with Kelly Finnegan of Penny Press Mint previously,

we contacted him to create for the Deseret Antique Times

an encased collectible coin using the new 2007 Utah quarter.

Encased coins have been used as ‘good for’ tokens by many retailers

since the turn of the century.

More often, nickels and pennies were encased, but dimes and

quarters can be found as well. Used as tokens and good luck charms,

these encased coins become quite collectible and often very valuable.

The design of the casing follows the Deseret/Utah theme using

the state beehive and motto on the front with the settlement and

territorial dates (see front cover for image). The reverse, pictured

above, shows the Golden Spike Utah quarter and the Deseret Antique

Times logo, destined to be a modern collectible. One for your

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march 2008 · page 11

Images From the

Walter Larsen Show

February 15-17 in SLC

Edith Trapier of LITTLEGOLD TREA-

SURES NEW & OLD of Tremonton, UT -

Showed us Roseville Pottery Her favorite and

her Pink potty below - Her most unique item

NIELSEN ANTIQUES - Sharon Nielsen

shows here her unique card table that spins/

rotaes

Breck Anderson shows his favorite item, his

James Bond and Dr No Movie Poster. His

most unique item is the Kelvinator Clock

Below

Mike Sovic Had already sold his

favorite item; his Nipper Dog.

Fred Hightower of Moriarty’s

Antique Mall in SLC, told of his

fantastic deal on the Heywood

Wakefield dinning table, chairs

and sideboard set for $2500

Devere Morris, 11 and Lincoln Morris, 9 —

Your Deseret Antique Times Reporters


page 12 · March 2008

Searching for antiques and collectibles?

Use our helpful maps to find what

you’re looking for: the antique and

specialty shops located throughout

Utah and old Deseret.

OREGON

1


Napa

•Boise

N

Twin Falls

Grandpa’s Attic

Antiques & Collectibles

436 W Main, Burley, ID • (208) 678-1561

Open Mon-Sat, 9-5

4

Last Roundup Antiques

General Antiques, Western & Military

756 N 2nd East, Rexburg, ID • (208) 356-5002

Mon-Sat, 10-5

• •1

UTAH

Burley

MONTANA

Idaho Falls

Pocatello

• 2


To SLC

Blue Mule Auctions

MAP INDEX

Page 12 - Idaho

Page 13 - Northern Utah

Page 14 - Salt Lake Downtown

Page 15 - East Broadway

Page 16 - Salt Lake County

Page 17 - Central Utah (Utah County)

Page 18 - Southern Utah

Page 18 - Service Directory

Page 19 - Fun Page

4


Rexburg


3

The Deseret Antique Times is a perfect advertising vehicle to promote your special events and product.

The Deseret Antique Times — a must read for every collector and enthusiast.


Shelley

2

Monthly Auctions ~ Auctioneer-Kurt Coates

Shelley, Idaho

(208) 589-5550 / (208) 520-3253

www.bluemuleauctions.com

Yellowstone



• •

5

6

5 This Olde Stuff

Antiques, Collectibles “Something for Everyone”

12 S Main, Grace, ID • (208) 425-3900

Open eleven-ish ‘till dark 6+ days

Grace

Preston

Logan

Southern

Jackson

WYOMING

St. Charles

3 Park Avenue Mall

5000 Sq. Ft. of Affordable Antiques & Collectibles

393 Park Ave, Idaho Falls • (208) 528-0472

Open M-F, 10-5:30 • Sat, 10-5 • Sun, 12-4

6

Idaho

Homestead Antiques Market

North end of Bear Lake on scenic Hwy 89

St. Charles, ID • (208) 945-2782

Closed Tuesday & Wednesday

Closed for the Winter

Open In March


IDAHO

UTAH

Ogden

Tremonton•

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13


5

Roy

3

8 9

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6 7

Sunset

14

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Farmington

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Salt Lake

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2

Brigham City

Layton

Stone Post Antiques

15

16

17

Centerville

Bountiful

13

Unique line Furniture, Glass & the Unusual

62 W 800 N, Sunset, UT • 791-4212

Freeway Exit 335, North 1 block

Mon-Sat, 9-5 • Fri, 12-5

16

The Copper Frog

Early American & English Furniture

87 S Main Street, Kaysville, UT • 498-7371

Mon thru Fri, 11-5 • Sat, 11-4 • or by chance

Logan

Wellsville

Richmond To Bear Lake

NEW RARE Book

Shop in Ogden

E

6

8

N

Artists and Heirlooms

Antiques, Décor & Fine Art Gallery

115 Historic 25th Street, Ogden, UT

(801) 399-0606

Hours Mon–Sat, 10-6

Rustic Rose Antiques

Rustic, Vintage, Boutique

3037 Washington Blvd, Ogden, UT

(801) 399-0606

Hours: Mon-Sat, 11-6

14

Main Street Memories

Fine Furniture ~ Glassware ~ Collectibles

270 North Main St, Layton, UT • 544-7999

Open Mon-Sat, 10:30-7:00

17

New Shop

Eborn Books of Ogden

Rare, Used, New and Out of Print Books

3607 S. Washington Blvd - Suite 4

South Ogden, UT

(801) 393-6440

10 Good As New

11

12

Second Tyme Around

Antiques ~ Collectibles ~ Eclectic

Consignments ~ Furniture ~ Home Decor

3289 Grant Ave, Ogden, UT

5504 South 1900 West, Roy, UT

(801) 627-2282

(801) 728-3433

Just a Bed of Roses

Shabby to Chic ~ Romantic to Rustic

15 East State, Farmingon, UT

(801) 451-2556

Tues-Fri, 11-6 • Sat, 11-5 • closed Mon

1

2

3

7

Littlegold Treasures

Antiques ~ Glass ~ Primitives, Books

25 W Main St, Tremonton, UT

(435) 257-8442

Mon-Sat, 10-7

9

Dealer discounts ~ 7,000 sq. ft. ~ Low prices

180 31st St, Ogden, UT • (801) 394-9035

Just off I-15 — 31st St Exit East

Open Mon-Sat, 10-6

15

18

Northern

Utah

Country Village

Antiques & Craft Mall ~70 Dealers

730 S. Main, Logan • (435) 752-1678

Open Mon-Sat, 10:30-6:30

Browse Around

Antiques Mall

180W 1200 S Logan, UT • (435) 752-1678

Open Mon-Sat, 10:30-6:30

Lavender House

4

New & loved-again treasures

for the heart and soul

33 S. Main, Brigham City, UT • (435) 723-3201

Open Tue–Sat, 11-5

5

March 2008 · page 13

Relocating

Look for them in a Month or two

25th Street Emporium

& Antique Mall

109 Historic 25th Street, Ogden, UT • 392-1473

Hours Mon-Fri, 9-6 • Sat 9-5

The Timeless Attic

Antiques, Collectibles & Décor

167 Historic 25th Street, Ogden, UT

(801) 392-8842 (392-ATTIC)

Abby’s Antiques Mall

Re-Creations

Furniture ~ Consignment ~ Boutique

5508 South 1900 West, Roy, UT

(801) 728-2758

Mon-Sat, 11-6

K-C’s Cupboard

New Store!

79 North Main Street, Kaysville, UT

(801) 726-6318

Emiliejayne’s Front Porch

Antiques ~ Collectible ~ Decor

3497 Hwy 89, Bountiful, UT

(801) 397-0038


page 14 · March 2008

6

N Temple

500 W

2

300 W

1

200 W

Salt Lake Temple

W Temple

3

Main Street

State Street

200 E

3 Moriarty’s Antiques

Antiques & Retro Furniture, Glassware, Garden

959 S. West Temple, SLC, UT • (801) 521-7207

Open Mon–Sat, 10-6 • Sun. Noon -5

Abode

1720 S. 900 East., SLC, UT

(801) 486-2633

Open Tue–Fri, 11-6

Custom Leatherwork

Mustang Custom Leather

Cowboy Leather Specialist

Frank Aydelotte, Maker

(801) 226-0352 • Orem, UT

Antique Phonographs

Buy - Sell - Service & Repair

Mike Sovic

(801) 879-6836

L

4

See Map

Page 15 East Broadway or 300 South

300 E

400 E

500 E

700 E

N

6

900 E

Salt Lake City

5

7

1100 E

1300 E

S Temple

100 S

200 S

300 S

400 S

500 S

900 S

1300 S

1700 S

2100 S

Hills’ House Gallery

Quality American Furniture

National Historic Site

126 South 200 West, SLC, UT

(801) 359-4852

Classic Cars INTL

Car Museum

355 West 700 South

Salt Lake City, UT • (801) 322-5186

4 Sam Weller’s

5 The Country Home

New, used and rare books

French & English Antiques

254 South Main, SLC, UT • (800) 333-7269 1058 E. 900 South, SLC, UT • (801) 538-0122

Open Mon–Sat, 10-8 • Sun. 10-6

Open Tues–Fri, 11-5:30 or by Appt

7 The Green Ant

Mid-Century Modern, Furniture & Accessories

2011 South 1100 East, SLC, UT

(801) 595-1818

Basketry & Caning

Call for free Estimates

Susan Earls

15 S Main, Pleasant Grove, UT

(801) 796-0108

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Downtown

“Beware of anyone

who says they are

manufacturing antiques”

Service Directory All-In-One

Antique Doll Restoration

Repairs - Buy - Sell

Quality First

Aloha Jones

(801) 465-4579

Furniture Restoration &Refinishing

Repairs - Refinish - Upholstery - Touch-Ups

Candido Escobedo (801) 310-5160

Free Pick-up and Delivery

Do you have a skill others could use?

Advertise in our Service Directory

— call (801) 798-0137 for rates and

information.


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200 E

Ken Sanders Rare Books

Utah ~ Mormon ~ Western First Editions ~ Fine Books

268 South 200 East, SLC, UT • (801) 521-3819

www.kensanderbooks.com

books@dreamgarden.com

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500 W

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300 W

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200 W

300 E

W Temple

300 S

(Broadway)

2 Litvin Gallery Antiques

18th & 19th Century Antiques

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169 E. 300 South, SLC, UT • (801) 328-4004

Open Mon-Sat, 10-5:30

Carmen Miranda’s

Antiques ~ Jewelry ~ Eccentric Collectibles

If you are looking

for something

bold and unusual,

come visit

Carmen Miranda’s

270 South 300 East

Salt Lake City, Utah

(just off E. Broadway)

(801) 359-7741

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Main Street

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Salt Lake City

East Broadway

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State Street

200 E

See Map

Page 15 East Broadway or 300 South

300 E

Antiques Road

3 Retro Rose

Everything but the ordinary

Retro ~ Shabby ~ Antique

207 E. 300 South, SLC, UT • (801) 364-7979

Open Mon–Sat, 10-6

4 R.M. Kennard Antiques

Utah’s most complete Antique Shop

215 E. 300 South, SLC, UT • (801) 328-9796

Mon-Fri, 11-5, Sat 11-4

5 Antoinette’s

Antique & Estate ~ Jewelry ~ Objects of Art

239 East 300 South, SLC, UT • (801) 359-2192

Open Noon–5:30 except Sun & Wed

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400 E

500 E

700 E

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900 E

1100 E

Jitterbug Antiques & Toys

Toys ~ Collectibles ~ Antiques

243 E. 300 South, SLC, UT • 537-7038

Open Mon–Sat, 11:00–5:00

Thomson & Burrows

Fine Furniture, Accessories, Lighting

280 South 300 East, SLC, UT

(801) 521-0650

8 Carmen Miranda’s

Antiques ~ Jewelry ~ Eccentric Collectibles

270 South 300 East, SLC, UT

(801) 359-7741

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To Tooele

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14

MAGNA

WEST VALLEY

To Copperton

4800 S

Bangerter

Hwy.

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6200 S

9000 S

Redwood Road

MIDVALE

1300 W

Looking to grow your business?

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Advertise with

Deseret Antique Times

4 Longwood Antiques

Located Inside - Plant Gallery Bldg

Antiques ~ Art ~ Collectables ~ Buy ~ Sell

3240 S. 2300 E., SLC, UT 84109

(801) 486-1733 • 792-5206

Sandy Antique Mall

Like an Antique Show every day

3 Floors • Great Parking

8672 S. State, Sandy, UT

(801) 568-9840

11 Eborn Books

Rare, Used, New and Out of Print Books

3601 S 2700 West, Suite B120

West Valley City, UT 84119

(801) 965-9410 www.ebornbooks.com

14 Things Forgotten

Toys ~ Collectibles ~ Antiques

8896 West 2700 South, SLC, UT

Closed for the Winter

(801) 250-0378

Saturday only, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

4800 S

700 W

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State Street

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2100 S

3300 S

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3900 S

4500 S

State Street

To Provo

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MURRAY

7200 S

7800 S

8600 S

12300 S

2700 S

700 E

900 E

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9400 S

SANDY

10600 S

SUGARHOUSE

2000 E

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2000 E

Highland Dr.

DRAPER

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Holliday Blvd

Cobwebs

Fun Stuff ~ Fair Prices

1054 E. 2100 South , SLC, UT

(801) 485-9295

Open Mon–Fri, 11-5 • Sat 12-5

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Estates & Remainders

Antiques ~ Collectibles ~ Glass ~ Silver

3345 S. 300 W, SLC, UT • (801) 487-0444

Open Tues – Sat, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

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Sisters Home/The Pink Door

For jewelry to keep, fine antiques & shabby chic

8623 S. Highland Dr. • (801) 943-4322

Open Mon–Sat, 11-7 • Sun 12-5

12 Benchmark Books

Used, rare and out-of-print LDS books

3269 South Main, Suite 250 • SLC 84115

(801) 486-3111

Mon-Fri, 10-6 • Sat, 10-5 • Closed Sun

To Park City

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Salt Lake

County

Miscellaneous

Consignment Shop and Vintage Mall

3025 East 33rd South, SLC, UT

Behind Cafe Rio

(801) 467-1692

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Vine Street Antiques

4854 South State St, Murray, UT

(801) 265-0595

Open Mon -Thur, 10-6 • Fri-Sat, 10-7 • Sun 11-5

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C & H General Store

Collectibles, Antiques, Gadgets, Gizmos

60 South Main, Tooele, UT (side Entrance)

(435) 882-4688

13 All About Time

Sales ~ Appraisals ~ Repairs ~ Restorations

2308 East Murray-Holliday Rd. (4780 South)

SLC, UT

(801) 277-2799


Lehi

To Salt Lake City


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Santaquin

•2


American Fork



Payson

To Nephi

3

Midway

Pleasant Grove

Orem

•6

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7

Provo

• • • Salem

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9 •

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Springville

Spanish Fork

To Mt. Pleasant

To Park City

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Mapleton

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Heber City

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Helper

To Vernal

3 Rosebud Antiques

5 Man in the Moon Antiques

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Furniture, Tools, Books, Glassware,

Primitives, Chair Caning

15 South Main, Pleasant Grove, UT

(801) 796-0108

B. Ashworth’s

Rare Books ~ Documents ~ Art ~ Collectables

Signatures ~ LDS ~ Hollywood ~ Boy Scouts

127 W Center Street, Provo, UT

(801) 368-6001

Carter’s Antiques

Pine ~ Glassware ~ Refinished Oak

150 North 400 East, Payson, UT

(801) 465-2915

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Hollyhock

Antiques & Gifts

35 N Center St , Midway, UT • (435) 654-5505

Hours: Wed-Sat, 10-5

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Mother Nature’s Nook

Antiques ~ Fine Arts ~ Vintage

155 North Main , Heber UT • (435) 654-9900

Mon-Sat, 10:30-6

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Buttons, Ephemera, Jewelry

Primitive, Marbles, & more

120 W Center St, Provo, UT

(801) 375-5033

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Treasures Antique Mall

1045 N 2000 W • Springville, UT

(West Frontage Road I-15)

North Bldg (801) 489-4152

South Bldg. (801) 491-0749

Open Mon-Sat, 10-6 • Closed Sun


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Hermies Antiques

Furniture ~ Glassware ~ Collectibles

154 S Main, Helper, UT • (435) 472-3140

Open Mon-Sat 10-5:30

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Eight Sisters & A Daughter

Antique, Unique & Vintage

1490 S Hwy 40 Heber, UT, 84032

(435) 657-9705

Wed - Sat 10-5 or by Appointment

Price

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Wild Wood Design Gallery

Oil Paintings ~ Faux Paintings ~ Dried Flowers

485 S 250 West, Midway, UT • (435) 654-1586

www.wildwooddesigngallery.com

To Grand

Junction

2

March 2008 · page 17

Central Utah

Star Mill General Store

Furniture ~ Glassware ~ Tools ~ Art

147 E. 600 North, Am. Fork • 756-0464

Closed after Christmas until March

6 Cat’s Cradle Antiques

Antique Dolls ~ Estate Jewelry ~ Art

Pottery & Fine Glass

168 W Center Street, Provo, UT

(801) 374-1832

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Confetti Antiques & Books

13,000 sq. ft. ~ Antiques ~ Rare Books ~ More!

273 N Main, Spanish. Fork, UT • 798-0137

Open Tue-Sat, 10-6 • Mon, Sometimes

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Helper Antique Mall

10 dealers ~ Space available

115 S Main, Helper, UT • (435) 472-8883

Open Mon–Sat, 10-5 • Closed Sun

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Midway Mercantile

Antique furniture, art & collectibles

99 East Main, Midway UT • (435) 657-0288

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Nick’s Nook

Western Antiques

474 South Main, Heber UT • (435) 654-9903

Mon-Sat, 10:30 - 6:00


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To Las Vegas

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Cedar City

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10

7

Laverkin

St. George

Beaver


•Parowan



Scipio


Fillmore Richfield



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Cowboy Collectibles by CZR

Western Antiques & Cowboy Collectibles

57 N Main, Panguitch, UT • (435) 676-8060

Open 10-6, Mon-Sat

The Book Cellar

Located in historic downtown

130 N Main, St. George, UT • (435) 652-0227

www.sgbookcellar.com

Hatch

To Provo

& SLC


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• •Manti

4 Salina


• Aurora


•Monroe

Sevier • Marysvale

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Circleville

Panguitch

Mt. Carmel Jct.

Kanab

ARIZONA

•Freedonia 6


Fairview

Mt. Pleasant

Ephraim

Koosharem

Loa

Escalante

To Grand

Junction

Darlene’s Country Treasures

75 E Center St, Panguitch, UT

(Old City Library)

Open Mon–Sat, 10-5

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Main Street Antiques

Fine antiques ~ Native American

49 N Main, St. George, UT • (435) 628-7333

Open Mon, 10-5; Tue–Fri, 10-6; Sat, 10-4

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1 Fairview Museum Gift Shop

Things you want & need ~ old & new

Great Art ~ History Museum

85 N 100 E, Fairview, UT (435) 427-9216

Open Mon-Sat, 10-6 • Sun, 2-6

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4

Southern

Utah

Looking for a Treasure?

Shop Utah’s Back Country shops.

You never know what litle treat you

might find!

Round Valley Collectiques

Antiques, Collectibles, Gifts

195 N State, Scipio, UT • (435) 758-2699

Open 9-6, Mon-Sat

Time On Our Hands

Antiques ~ Collectibles ~ Books

115 N Main, Aurora, UT • (435) 529-3959

Open Fri. & Sat., 1-6

7

Betty’s Antiques & Collectibles

Old West ~ Pottery ~ Glass ~ Wagon Wheels etc.

1181 S Main, Cedar City, UT • (435) 586-7221

Open 7 days a week, 10-6

Doc’s Book Loft

Used ~ Rare ~ Out of Print ~ Books

295 South Main, St George, UT

(435) 634-1039

Need help finding your treasure? Use the

Deseret Antique Times map pages and you’ll

find what you’re looking for.


Fun Page

Sudoku Puzzle

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9 Ruby

12 Avails

14 Musical production

15 Center

16 Reminder

17 Plastic

18 Car rental agency

19 Bidder

21 Light __

23 Poem

24 Reduced (abbr.)

25 Knocks (2 wds.)

28 Eye infection

31 Man who built the arc

34 Breeze

36 Football conference

38 Part of a min.

40 Academy (abbr.)

41 Get ready

43 Organization concerned

with civil liberties (abbr.)

44 Golfer's goal

45 McDonald's "Big __"

46 Even less pretty

48 Parent teacher groups

51 Aye

53 Shower

54 Doctor (slang)

56 Pressure unit

58 Middle East capital

61 Wild

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67 Uncanny

69 Lazily

70 Lairs

71 Make right

72 U.S. President

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01 March 2008

Crossword Puzzle

Among the virtues and vices that make up the British character, we have one

vice, at least, that Americans ought to view with sympathy. For they appear to

be the only people who share it with us. I mean our worship of the antique.

- William G. Golding English Novelist

Medium Hard

6 Engage

7 Wail

8 Shampoo brand

9 Government (abbr.)

10 Little Mermaid's love

11 Net fabric

13 Distress call

15 National capital

20 Bunch of flowers

22 Compass point

25 Review

26 Separated

27 Doctoral degree

29 Two times

30 Root vegetable

32 Computer characters

33 Ms. Keller

34 Nuke

35 Revolutions per minute

37 Central processing unit

39 Mutt

42 Shaft of light

43 Wing

47 Smirk

49 20th century black and

white photographer

50 Turf

52 Season after winter

55 Low-cost

57 Run down

58 Cincinnati baseball team

59 Notion

60 Yin's partner

61 ___ Estaire

62 Nix

63 Movie star

64 Women's magazine

65 Dike

68 Flightless bird

See page 2 for solution

March 2008 · page 19

Need to measure something? Here’s a handy ruler.

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Star Mill

We’re back for a colorful Year

Saturday, March 29th

Noon til 6

147 East 600 N

American Fork


Rare Books — Documents — Art — Collectables — Signatures

LDS — Hollywood — Boy Scout

LDS — Hollywood — Boy Scout

Rare Books — Documents — Art — Collectables — Signatures

Brent F. Ashworth

127 West Center • Provo, Utah 84601 • (801) 368-6001 • bashworths@hotmail.com

Brent F. Ashworth

127 West Center • Provo, Utah 84601 • (801) 368-6001 • bashworths@hotmail.com

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