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A well established firm located in southeastern Connecticut in the Log Cabin along the Thames. In business for a quarter century, they are engaged in establishing a Web presence. Hancin's is the area's largest antique dealer specializing in New England treasures. An updated on-line catalog is maintained in their 'showroom.' A fully automated auction is underway. You can view some of the available items on the website along with terms, conditions, and information; it is also on E-Bay.

Location: 221 West Thames St, Norwich Connecticut 06360 Telephone 860-886-6353 Toll Free: 888-433-6353

Other Antique Shops and Shows nearby:
(Newport) A&A Gaines Antiques
(Newport) Aardvark Antiques
(Norwich) Hancin's Auction Antiques & Collectables
(Old Mystic) Holly Hock Farm Antiques
(Madison) Kirtland H Crump Antique Clocks
(Bristol) Mountain Laurel Antiques

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