We leave Tuesday to start setting up at Cole’s Antique show in Warrenton, Texas. I will be in booth 128. This is a 10 day show and is the longest show we do. This year will be a little different since Sandi has retired and given up her booth. She has had her own booth for the last 5-6 years, so this will be new to us. We will both be there to see old friends, but we will be selling out of one booth. I will have with me a Confederate Reunion Flag, Buffalo Soldier papers from the 1870s, signed J. Frank Dobie books, Texas Ranger books, Ranching and Cattle books, Texas Railroad Land grants, Republic of Texas currency and documents, Texas Political items and a ton of other stuff. It will be a booth full of Texas related books, documents, art, photos, maps, postcards, etc.
During Antique week in Warrenton, Round Top, and Carmine there are over 5000 dealers selling antiques from cheap to expensive and some crafts. Cole’s is an air-conditioned building at the corner of 237 and FM 954 in Fayette County. Cole’s Antiques Market offers 63,000 square feet of air conditioned shopping heaven. Cole’s venue offers a variety of merchandise including, fine antiques, fine art, gold and silver, fine glass, Texana, Texas made furniture, boots, vintage signs, athletic memorabilia, and collectibles for any budget. There are over 230 dealers on the grounds. Stop by for our special Tuesday evening wine tasting. We will be found on Waco drive(each aisle is named).