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Orphan Annies

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NHjo wrote a review Sep 2020
Saco, Maine2,570 contributions542 helpful votes
It's overwhelming, actually. There's so much crammed into the place that my eyes glazed over. Tons of antique lamps, glassware, dishware, and figurines; lots of jewelry, some clothing and loads of miscellaneous items. From what I could see, there were a lot of nice pieces, but the old Coke bottles and things of that nature didn't appeal and are items one would find in a flea market.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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David R wrote a review Aug 2018
Rochester, New York13 contributions5 helpful votes
We enjoyed visiting Orphan Annies on a rainy day while travelling to coastal Maine. The selection of lamps, chandeliers and other glass items is especially well curated, wide ranging and fairly priced for high quality items. My wife actually bought a quilt top made of cigar box advertising inserts (international flags) dating to about 1910; part of our confidence in buying it was that the owner knew exactly what it was. Well worth a visit especially on a rainy day
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Date of experience: August 2018
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dinervt11 wrote a review Sep 2016
burlington vt26 contributions27 helpful votes
If you are visiting the area do not miss this shop. Upon entering the town for a visit I was attracted to the place by the fabulous halloween displays in the front windows, that is what brought me to the shop the next day and was amazed at what I found inside. An antique lovers paradise. Everything was wonderfully displayed and meticulously organized. The amount of merchandise is overwhelming and you could spend hours just looking. The owner and his assistant were very friendly. Am looking forward to visiting if I get back to Auburn.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Sheila B wrote a review Jun 2016
Bridgewater, Massachusetts, United States15 contributions13 helpful votes
I don't know where to begin. This shop is filled with the largest collection of antiques that I've ever seen in one store. You need hours to look at the vast collection. Everything is sorted in a manner that makes it easy to browse which you can do for hours without being a bored. I bought some lovely earrings and a pendent that I thought were reasonably priced. The gentleman who helped me was knowledgeable and didn't rush me as I looked through the fully stocked cabinets. This place is a collectors treasure chest!
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Fran W wrote a review May 2016
Lansdowne, Pennsylvania11 contributions5 helpful votes
Prepare to be amazed. Orphan Annie's is a one-of-a-kind antique shop. Amazing selection of smalls and jewelry and the nicest hosts ever. You'll love Dan and Larry and everything in the store!
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Date of experience: September 2015
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