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Cowboys and Indians Antiques

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Discover the spooky side of Old Town Albuquerque on a guided ghost tour of the city’s historic haunts. Ghost stories told by lantern light add an engaging twist to your average walking tour. Everyone from believers to skeptics can enjoy hearing about the tales of Old Town’s past as your guide leads you through historic buildings, dark alleys, and hidden cemeteries most tourists don’t even know are there.
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Ando M wrote a review Sep 2019
Palm Springs29 contributions7 helpful votes
Not for the average person. It is for people looking for antiques and out of the mainstream items. Very expensive items.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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travelcatz1 wrote a review Aug 2019
Albuquerque, New Mexico91 contributions32 helpful votes
I moved to Albuquerque, needed to have a nicer leather belt made for my silver conchos, was told that they'd make me one out of antique horse bridles, when it arrived, the dye bleed all over my clothes. With apologies they said they'd make a new one, when the new one arrived it was a cheap leather belt that someone got at a thrift store, soaked it in water and then tossed it into the dyer to age it with cracks ... not at all what I wanted, or suited the amount I paid. Yes, I did get my money back, but have never returned to this store. This visit was several years ago, back in 2015, I'm still burning over the whole deal.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Suzanne R wrote a review May 2019
Mooresville, North Carolina546 contributions82 helpful votes
We have shopped at this store for years. Our house in North Carolina has been filled with unique and quality items purchased at this store including antique maps, jewelry, baskets, paintings,kachinas and other artwork. Cowboys and Indians is a staple in our stops when we are in Albuquerque.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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desertmidwife wrote a review Aug 2018
Phoenix, Arizona310 contributions117 helpful votes
I had to think a lot about this review. Definitely, if you are a collector, have money, and a good idea what you want (or not a collector but have money and want an item and are willing to pay for it if you find it) this place is heaven! I'm always impressed when I go in there and see things all the time that I"d love to own. Prices are not outrageous, but they are prices of someone who collects and sells. Bottom line. I like the variety of native art and Mexican collectibles, as well as some other cultural items from the world. BUT... well, there is a vibe. You know, sort of that vibe of not the most coziest place to be in if you have children, maybe not a lot of money, or if you feel strange shopping in a more boutique type of experience. The guy does buzz you in, but I'd not take that personally :) I think he cares about his safety - he seems like a gentle guy - and the safety of his stuff. Looking around there I do get it - but it makes it seem a little less hospitable (or a lot less) because it feels a bit enclosed.I put three stars because of how I "feel" when I'm in there, not because of the quality of his items. And yet I know that it is not intentional to make customers feel this way. I think perhaps if it was in a safer place or more open space where cameras could replace the buzzer and a couple more folks in there who are more talkative or less formal could make a world of difference - but, that is just my opinion. It has been around a long time so obviously it is doing great and may rely more on personal sales connections - dunno. I'd go back if I was really wanting a specific native collectible, and I'm sure he knows his stuff. Very small kids would, in their curious way, want to touch things - it is a lot of glass and expensive textiles. Not really a space for them :) Older children who love museums could benefit from parents pointing out some historic items, if your kids are into that kind of stuff, and if you are there because you are looking for something to purchase possibly :) Enjoy!!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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mugsy1_1 wrote a review Apr 2018
El Paso, Texas28 contributions47 helpful votes
I purchased a Maria Martinez plate there of the exact price it was worth- no mark-ups, no fakes. Shop with confidence. Be prepared to be locked in the store upon entering due to the high crime rate in Albuquerque.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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