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Antique show to offer unique items

4:23 PM, Feb. 11, 2014  |  Comments
Dave Uppena and his wife, Gloria Uppena, both of Wausau, display antiques during the Wausau Antique Show at the Greenheck Fieldhouse in 2010.
Dave Uppena and his wife, Gloria Uppena, both of Wausau, display antiques during the Wausau Antique Show at the Greenheck Fieldhouse in 2010.
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The 21st annual Wausau Antique Show & Sale will be held this weekend featuring 50 dealers and some unique items.

The show will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at Greenheck Field House, 6400 Alderson St. in Weston.

Unusual items from 1870 to 1970, including furniture, toys, art, records and jewelry, will be available. Some of the featured items this year include a metal Coca-Cola table and chairs from the mid-century, a 1926 Bridge Street lamp, a Miller Brewery press back chair, and a turn-of-the-century wooden penny scale.

There also will be china and clock restoration services on site.

Admission is $4.50, and children younger than age 16 are free.

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