Vintage antiques: A guide to the best antique dealers in the country

Antiques dealers and their wares have become increasingly popular over the past few years, thanks to the resurgence of antiques sales.

It’s no surprise, then, that one of the hottest antique shops in town, Antiques Express, is now located in the old Pawnee Building, which once housed the Chicago Fire Department.

This is the former home of Pawneas General Store, a former Sears and Roebuck store that closed in 2011.

The building has been used as an industrial complex since the 1920s.

The former building housed the Pawnees General Store until 1973, when the property was bought by a bank and converted into a pawn shop.

The building was converted into the P&G building, which was converted to a pawn house in 2012.

The pawn shop, which has been a fixture of the Pawson Market for nearly three decades, has been open since 2013.

Pawnee, Illinois-based Antiques &Gems is one of several Chicago-area antique shops that has grown since Pawnea shut down.

The store has grown so big that it now houses two full-service stores, with a third store opening later this year.

Pawneyas store, on the other hand, is only open on Saturday nights.

The shop has been featured in several popular TV shows, including The Walking Dead, Mad Men, and The Big Bang Theory.

There are also a few specialty shops, including a full-sized “tarantula museum” that specializes in the species.

The main draw for Pawnoeas Antiques is its large inventory.

P&g is one to watch, since the store is a “must-visit” destination for any vintage-oriented collector.

Painted glass, vintage glass, antique and antiques can be found on shelves.

Pawsonia, on Michigan Avenue between Michigan and Michigan, is home to a number of vintage shops.

The shop was founded in 1976 by owner James H. “Jimmie” Pawson.

The name is derived from the “Jimmy” that was a local politician who served as governor in the mid-1960s.

It opened in the same building as the now-closed Sears department store.

In 2010, Pawnaiea acquired the Paws-Pawston Antiques and Collectibles store, located across the street.

The two stores merged, and today, Paws &amp,g is known for its handcrafted and vintage-inspired merchandise.

Paws-Petitions has been selling handmade furniture, clothing, and other items since 1978.

The brand has expanded to a full line of antique furniture and antique clothing since 2016.

It has been known to hold some of the best deals for vintage furniture.

The owners of Paws Petitions are a pair of collectors.

James “Jim” Petitions was a member of the Chicago Cubs baseball team.

He has been involved in the local community since the 1980s, and was the first person to collect baseball cards from the Chicago White Sox.

Jim is currently the vice president of P&gs Antiques.

P&gs is known as one of Chicago’s most well-known antique shops.

It is owned by the same family that owns the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, a museum that houses the Chicago Botanical Gardens and the Pritzker Pavilion.

Paws is also known for a long list of celebrity clients, including Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp, Chris Rock, Katy Perry, and many more.

The store is located in a large, renovated building in the city’s historic Pilsen neighborhood.

It features a full service display, plus a large indoor museum with an extensive collection of vintage items.

Pears are the specialty of the shop, with large pendants and jewelry, along with other antiques.

A few of the items on display at Pawnia are from the former Sears department stores.

The most recent item on display is a Tiffany lamp that was originally made in 1939.

The display features Tiffany’s first-ever Tiffany lamp.

It was sold for $25,000 in 2010.

The lamp is on display for only about 30 minutes a day.

The owner says that his wife and son are often at the store.

The Pawneias Antique &amp.;Gems are open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Monday through Saturday from 10 a.k. to 6 p.k., with Saturday closing at 6 p .m.

Pikes is located at 801 W. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60603.

For more information, visit or call 312-821-8858.