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Big turnout this year at Winterthur’s 49th annual Delaware Antiques Show. More than 4,000 collectors and ooglers streamed into the Chase Center on Wilmington’s Riverfront last weekend to see some of the finest antiques and collectibles in the country. Over 60 exhibitors from across the country showcased handsome furnishings, wall decor, rare maps and generations-old serviceware and place settings.


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