The 33rd Antique Hunting and Fishing Show and Sale will be held at the Lancaster Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, August 2.
Approximately 100 collectors and dealers will have for display and sale some of the following items – antique hunting and fishing licenses, shell boxes, old lures, plugs, reels, decoys, fishing rods, books, game posters, knives, guns, traps, pictures, patches and related hunting and fishing items. Collectors and dealers from Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Virgnia, North Carolina, Delaware, Maryland, Maine, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania will have many items to buy or trade. A lot of the public bring items to sell or trade to the dealers and collectors. To view and buy these items, admission is only $4. Children under 14 years are free when accompanied by a parent. Show hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Door prizes will also be given away. There is an early bird admission at 8 a.m. for $10 if you want to beat the crowd. Building is air conditioned.
This show, known as the Lancaster Show is one of the best on the East coast. Eight-foot tables are available for rent.
For information and details, contact: Ron Funk (R. & S. Enterprises), 34 North Vintage Road, Paradise, Pennsylvania 17562 or phone (717) 442-4279 evenings. (Next show is Saturday, March 7, 2009).
Directions: take Service Road off Route 72 South (Manheim Pike), just off Route 30 and Route 283. Turn between Jones Honda and Conestoga Marine