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We're still expanding... 

Just Opened as of November 1, 2002
ANOTHER Olde Good Things location!
This time in the heart of the famous Greenwich Village in New York City
19 Greenwich Ave. NY, NY 10011
(between 6th Avenue and 10th Street)

Smaller than our Chelsea location... 
but not a bit disappointing to all our 
architectural admirer friends... 
come take a look...
All that good architectural stuff 
right in the heart of
New York City's
Greenwich Village...

If that isn't enough for you... 

You can still see us at
antique markets and truck sales too...

But if you like shopping on the internet (like so many of us nowadays) before making a trip anywhere...

take a look here...
just to give you an idea of some of our latest arrivals just in...


Arched French doors Marble fireplace surround

Many new mantels...  like this carved quartersawn oak with limestone insert

This mantel included these bookshelves
but they can be purchased separately


Also from the same house...

these pilasters in oak... and also ones painted white
Pictured here is one of two 4 ft. limestone finials taken from the National American Building on Madison Avenue From the same building...
This beautiful bronze relief
The building this was removed from was designed by the renowned architect Joseph H. Freelander in 1927



All the following from this Church in Cleveland, OH is currently available at our Scranton and NYC locations...

Meticulously done religious murals with altars
Beautiful stained glass....
These can be currently seen at our Scranton location...
As well as... 
And from another church in Brooklyn... these amazing finds..

Tiffany mosaics...

A bronze and marble lecturn Gothic quadrofoils (lots of wooden pieces were salvaged from this location including many columns and various decorative brackets)
Gothic oak paneling and doors
from another location
Along with the original hardware
This over the door arch 
is also available
And you know the Architecturologists...

These two sea creature stones.. 
perfect for the wayfaring fisherman 
or the builder of a seafood restaurant.... 


Terra cotta and glazed corbels

This creature stone - one of two removed from a building on 42nd Street can now be in your home! They have been transformed into a custom made terra cotta mantel...
which can be seen at our Chelsea Location

Limestone balustrades....

Fine Lighting: chandeliers and gilded sconces
Also from another excavation in Mississippi... 
         this 120 year old cotton warehouse was filled with solid white oak beams....
Now at our Scranton location... to be
transformed into...
Early American-style farm tables...

Or antique white oak floor planks...
So if you are looking into antique wood flooring take a look at our
Olde Good Wood website... always getting new wood in or we may be able to locate what you are looking for... 

Many, many more recent retrievals from excavations just in... 
stop in or call any of our four




Tell us what you need and we'll see if we can find it for you. Understand that what is listed on our web site is not even 25% of our complete inventory.
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