HALLOWEEN COMES TO THE BURLINGTON CITY EMPORIUM

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      Each year Americans spend over 8 billion dollars on candy and Halloween decorations combined. Halloween is only surpassed by Christmas in the amount of money spent for the holidays. Halloween decorations are highly collected  today, but unfortunately, it is getting harder and harder to find the older paper mache pumpkins and other items from the 1920’s - 1930’s. Antique dealers are only finding Halloween decorations in private collections. Starting in the last week in September, the Historic Burlington Antiques and Art Emporium will fill the front Emporium display case with items relating to Halloween (until the middle of November).

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  One of our Emporium dealers has an extensive collection of  Halloween items and is ready to pass on some of the collection to a new home. If you collect Halloween items you might find an item to enhance your collection from our display case. The Emporium is opened seven days a week from 11am to 5pm (Thursday until 7pm).

Located in Burlington City, NJ, we are a short half hour drive from Philadelphia by Interstate 95 and a little longer one and a half hour drive from New York City by the NJ Turnpike. You can also phone 609-747-8333 for directions or set your GPS for to 424 High St. Burlington City, NJ, 08016.

Halloween is just around the corner and the Emporium pumpkins will return to the courtyard by the end of September. Please come and  enjoy our light show and our world of pumpkins.

     “Happy Antiquing!”

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