Harwich Antique Center adds dealers, expands vinyl records section

“Stardust Alley Vinyl Records” expands selection
The Harwich Antique Center boasts new dealers and an expanded selection of vinyl records. (HAC photo)

Harwich Antique Center, a multi-dealer/consignor center is pleased to announce that several new dealers have joined the center.

  • “Seas-N-Change” specializes in shabby chic and cottage furniture and decorative items.
  • “Junk in the Trunk” specializes in advertising signs, vintage toys, oddities and man-cave items.
  • “LG2” specializes in vintage and antique fine lighting and glass.

“Although we already have a good variety of items, adding these new dealers makes us even more diverse” say owners Pete vanEsselstyn and Steve Arre

Harwich Antique Center is also very excited to announce the expansion of “Stardust Alley Vinyl Records”. New custom shelving has made it easier to browse through the large collection of vintage vinyl records. The collection includes rock, jazz, country, and many other genres and includes rare lps, 45s and 78s.

“Vinyl is very hot right now among middle aged and young people and we are pleased to offer a very diverse selection to our customers” says Christa Dulude, owner of Stardust Alley Vinyl Records.

Harwich Antique Center is a multi-dealer/consignor center that sells, consigns and buys antiques, primitives and vintage items. Specialties include Nautical items, Military items, Coins, Furniture, Oddities, Jewelry, Advertising items, Lighting, Fine Art and more. Anything “Old, Odd, Cool & Collectible”.  The Center is located at 10 Route 28 in West Harwich.

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