WILMINGTON, NC - (WECT) - Vendors from across the US came to Wilmington on Saturday and Sunday for an Antique Show.
From silverware and linens, to sailor costumes, antiques of all kinds filled the Coastal Convention Center.
This is the 43rd year for the event. Organizers say it's great to have so many people from different states, because it gives shoppers something they're not used to in the Port City.
"We'll it's exciting for us because that way the people in Wilmington have a good variety of dealers from all over the country," said Teresa Lee, the Chairman of the Antique Show.
She says about 50 vendors attended the event.
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