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La Cache Reopens With New Days & Hours

La Cache Reopens With New Days & Hours

By Marcia Ragonetti    La Cache, “offering upscale antiques for a good cause,” is now welcoming back shoppers and consignors alike – with masked smiles and friendly elbow bumps. Both you and Children’s Hospital Colorado are the beneficiaries of this happy event and we couldn’t be more excited.    After a four-month hiatus, we are now carefully and thoughtfully reopening with NEW […]

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American History: August Anniversaries

American History: August Anniversaries

August 7 George Washington creates the Purple Heart (1782)   August 14 FDR signs the Social Security Act (1935)   August 24 British troops set fire to the White house (1814)   August 26 100th Anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote (1920)   – Artwork provided by Dr. Bonnie Scudder.

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Twenty-Year Brass Armadillo Associate Dies: Dixie Kilborn Will Be Remembered Always

Twenty-Year Brass Armadillo Associate Dies: Dixie Kilborn Will Be Remembered Always

Editor’s Note: Dixie was a long-time friend of the Mountain States Collector. We are so sad that she will no longer be with us. Below are a couple of reminiscences from her close friends and co-workers:   By Linda Lancaster    Dixie was born in 1940 in Imperial, Nebraska. Her parents were itinerant teachers and they moved 16 times in 17 […]

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New Normal: Making New Memories

By Sandy Dale    Well, here it is August. Can you believe it? Time does fly whether you are having fun or not. So, best to have fun or at least make some. We will always have the Corona virus to remember, but will we remember what our teachers, our shop keepers, our librarians and so many of our community members […]

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Dealer Feature – Florence Newest Shop ‘Treasures’

Dealer Feature – Florence Newest Shop ‘Treasures’

   It is often said that when shopping for antiques, you didn’t know what you needed till you saw it. Or maybe, it is like a day-long scavenger hunt. These are both accurate ways to describe my recent visit to Florence’s newest shop, Treasures. There are, of course, antiques, but also much more to tantalize the scavenger. The Bohemian style of […]

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