OUR HISTORY THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHS
Most notably, The Tucson Antique Mall is begins life in 1993. First of all, the purpose for establishing this business is to provide a location for people to sell antiques and jewelry. Equally important, people rent individual booths and showcases. Consequently, this provides the public with a location to sell their wares. Additionally, this concept saves them the time and expense of opening their own storefront.
Furthermore, we provide space, advertising, and professional management. Hence, they do not have to work at the shop. Consequently, they are able to spend their time “hunting and gathering.” Especially relevant, they provide their own merchandise, pricing and display.
As a result, this is an winning formula since 1993. As a matter of fact, we enjoy repeat customers who come from all over the world. Most noteworthy, the Tucson Antique Mall is especially busy with international customers during the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show every February. As a result, Fall and Winter are our busy seasons. Furthermore, snowbirds flock to the warm Southwest from all over the United States. Finally, please click ⇒HERE⇐ for additional information about the Tucson Antique Mall.
Fort Lowell Antique Show c. 1990 Our neighbor, across the tree lined road, hit a water main. (Bad for our Business)
Christy inside a rented truck with our Fort Lowell Merchandise to sell
Setting up the booth at Fort Lowell Antique Show
Leaving the Fort Lowell Antique Show after a long day
Christy Schannep, future antique mall co-owner participating in a Foothills Shopping Mall Antique Show in 1992 ↓
Christy of Tucson Antique Mall inside the Foothills Mall. Flow Blue China in foreground
Christy with showcase full of smalls, Foothills Mall 1992
Christy working at our MOVING SALE “Ask Us About the Antique Mall Opening August (1993)”
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Equally important, we conduct our SEMI-ANNUAL ANTIQUE SWAP MEETS in our rear parking lot 1993 – 1998 ** In conclusion, we cancel our antique swap meets when Pima County Government enter the antique swap meet business *
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