Atlantic City, New Jersey’s Atlantique City Antique & Collectibles Show is the largest indoor antique show in the world. The convention center is over 10 acres and will be filled with hundreds of antique dealers and thousands of antique collectors.
Browse and purchase antique and collectible toys, glassware, ceramics, furniture, clothing, advertising, and pop culture memorabilia. Bring your favorite antiques or collectibles to be professionally appraised. One item may be appraised for free and additional items for just $10 each. Enter a drawing to win one of two $500 shopping sprees good for purchasing products at the Atlantique Show.
Each year, the Atlantique City Antique & Collectibles Show offers special exhibits. Past exhibits have included the Kennedy Collection, Treasures from the Titanic, and the History of Monopoly.
Sat March 28th and Sun March 29th
Sat: 10am to 6pm
Sun: 10am to 4pm
Advanced ticket buyers are allowed to enter one hour early, at 9am, on Saturday.
Antique appraisals are available between 12 and 4pm on both days.
The Spring Atlantique City Antiques & Collectible Show
Atlantic City Convention Center
One Convention Boulevard
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Advanced tickets for the Atlantique City Antique & Colledtibles Show in Atlantic City are available now. Purchase tickets online to receive a $5 discount. Online prices are $25 for a weekend pass, $15 for a Sat pass, and $10 for a Sun pass. Add $5 to the price if you are buying the tickets by phone or in person. Call 1-800-526-2724 for more info.
Attendees of the Atlantique City Antique & Collectibles Show may be able to get a special rate at the Sheraton Atlantic City Hotel when booking early.
Spring 2009 Atlantique City Antique & Collectibles Show in Atlantic City, NJ include the following dealers, plus many more.
Catalin Radio: specializes in catalin and art deco radios
Copenhagen Antique Toys: large variety of tin toys, wood toys, diecast, teddys, trains, dolls, and miniatures
Deco Haus: vintage furnishings and decorative objects 1930’s to 1950’s
Diamond International Galleries: collectible comics, posters, animation cells, oils, and toys
Lawrence Jeffrey Estate Jewelry: antique, vintage, and estate jewelry; including bracelets, earrings, brooches, charms, cufflinks, engagement rings, necklaces, and watches
Lelands: sports and Americana memorabilia
La Petite Bibliotheque: rare antique bookseller; specializes in French works from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries
Patti’s Past Perfect Pottery: American, California, English, European pottery and vintage bookends
Silver Pattern: sterling and silver plated flatware and hollowware
Stonegate Antiques: an eclectic assortment of antiques and collectibles; including advertising, barbershops, school houses, apothecary, dental, medical, and veterinary items
The Doll Works: antique and collectible dolls, doll clothing, doll houses, miniature furnishings, paper dolls, toys, and teddy bears
Victorian Chocolate Molds: specializes in rare antique and vintage chocolate molds; including Steamboat Willy, Uncle Sam, and Popeye
The Atlantique City Antique & Collectibles Show was founded in 1986 by Norman Schaut. In 2001, F & W Publications of Cincinnati Ohio currently owns the Atlantique City Show. F & W publishes Writer’s Digest, among other magazines, books, and an internet business.
Visit www.atlantiquecity.com for more information about the Atlantique City Antiques & Collectibles Show in Atlantic City, New Jersey.