November 2007

       This month in the Antique Warehouse E-Newsletter, find out all about one of St. Louis' greatest drive-in's that not a drive-in.  Also check out our latest Featured Collection, a popular but crazy trading card collection from the 70's, Wacky Packages.  Cal has been hard at work on the Popcorn Wagon, so check up on his progress, and view a few of our most recent acquisitions.  And there is plenty to do at the History Museum in Forest Park, so be sure to check out all of their exhibits and events.  All of this and more only at


     We are always looking to expand our collection, and we are currently seeking fire apparatus, equipment and accessories, especially if it was made or used in St. Louis.  Also, we are looking for St. Louis soda items for an upcoming book we are publishing.  And as always, we continue to look for porcelain neon signs.  If you have any information about these or anything else we may be interested in please contact us.

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  Featured Collection     Inside St. Louis  

Wacky Packages were all the rage in the 70's, and we're bringing them back.  Check out these crazy trading cards as our Featured Item.



Carl's Drive In, with their great food and root beer, has been a St. Louis tradition for years.  This month Carl's is featured Inside St. Louis.


  Recent Acquisitions     Recent Events  

Click on the Mechanical Profit Sharing Cash Register Sign above to view a few of our most recent acquisitions and find out just what they do.



On Saturday the 13th Greg Rhomberg attended the Lemay Fire Protection Districts Open House along with two of his fire trucks.


  Restoration Department     Featured Link  

The Restoration Department has been hard at work restoring the popcorn wagon. Check out the latest updates by clicking on the image above.



The Missouri Historical Society has a thrilling and comprehensive exploration of the history of flight in St. Louis.  Click above to find out more at their website.



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