Motor Magazines 1932-1938. Great examples of North American automotive related cars, parts and lubricants from the Art deco era.
Motor Magazines 1932-1938. Great examples of North American automotive related cars, parts and lubricants from the Art deco era. These Motor Magazines show new models and innovations from Pontiac, GMC, Ford, Chrysler, Cadillac, Dodge, Nash and many more. Go back in time with the unbelievable graphics and art work on every page.
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Archer’s Antiques is a family business and was started in Port Perry, Ontario, in 1959. Between Steve and his Grandfather, the Archer family has been buying, selling and restoring early North American furniture and artifacts for over 60 years. Steve’s restoration skills were developed in his youth by working with his grandfather. Steve’s grandfather was renowned for his skills, and his reputation drew customers to his Port Perry shop from miles away- many from as far as Toronto, over 3 hours away. This popularity and quality reputation continues with his grandson, with customers from near and far seeking the specialized collection curated by Steve. In the 1980s Steve moved west, settling in Southern Alberta, and taking the business with him. Between the 1980s and early 2000s, Steve carried on the tradition and travelled across North America looking for treasures to add to the ever-growing collection for the store.
Steve has finally retired from restoring antiques for customers, but he continues work, whether it’s rebuilding furniture, restoring finishes or rewiring lamps for the store. These days the antiques come to him, through reputation and from downsizing collectors, past customers, and recommendations. Rarely does he take a vacation without coming home with an incredible find that he came across on his trip.
Today, you can discover the most recent finds in Bragg Creek, AB. From the shores of Lake Simcoe in Northern Ontario to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, and everywhere in between. Archer’s Antiques is located a half hour west of Calgary, in the basement of a fully restored 1912 Arts and Crafts home.
If you’re in the area, visiting Banff, or the mountains, drop by Archer’s Antiques and look around. Or check out the rest of the website www.archersantiques.ca to see our collection.
If you enjoy antiques and are looking for a more immersive experience, check out The Craftsman House B&B and stay in a restored 1912 Arts and Crafts home, on Bragg Creek’s Historic Mile. This is a stunning retreat in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Only 30 minutes from the Calgary city limits, and 45 minutes from the Calgary International Airport. Bragg Creek is the gateway to Kananaskis Country with a vast network of trails for hiking, biking or x-country skiing. There are also many quaint shops and restaurants to explore after your adventure, which are only a short walk away. The Craftsman House is only 50 mins from world class skiing in Canmore and 1hr to Banff National Park.