SPRING ANTIQUES & VINTAGE SALE
MEDFORD ARMORY, Medford OR
Next Show:  MAY 16, 17, 2020!
SHOW HOURS
Sat. 10am-5pm & Sun. 10am-4pm
ADMISSION $6.00
FREE Return & FREE Parking
Indoors at the Armory
Medford Armory, Medford OR
ABOUT THIS SHOW

The Medford Armory Show offers collectors an outstanding selection of quality antiques and
collectibles by dealers from five states, including turn-of-the-century oak and walnut furnishings,
kitchen and country primitives, Victorian colored and art glass, American art pottery, sterling
silver and silverplate flatware and hollowware, estate and costume jewelry, watches, fine
porcelains and china, toys and dolls, American folk and Native American art, paper collectibles
(including prints, maps, magazines and books), quilts, clothing and textiles, tools, militaria, clocks,
antique firearms and sporting, upcycled and reburished. The largest event center in Medford, the
Armory is the perfect setting for this popular show.

The Medford Armory Show Benefitting DOGS for better LIVES (formerly DOGS for the DEAF) was
founded in 1993 by Phyllis Bear of Country Heart Promotions.  Twenty percent of proceeds from
admission as well as funds raised from a 50-50 drawing go to DOGS for better LIVES.  
SUPPORT FROM MOUNTAIN
STARS & JACKSONVILLE
QUILTERS GUILDS
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This Show Benefits DOGS for better LIVES
formerly DOGS for the DEAF
Staff will be available to answer questions about
their Autism Program & Hearing Assistance Dogs.  
Demonstrations Saturday 5/19 -- 12pm and 2pm
PHOTO GALLERY
& SPECIAL
SERVICES
ANTIQUE APPRAISALS
All Show Hours

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2020 MEDFORD SHOW DATES:
May 16, 17  &  October 17, 18
FEEDSACK DISPLAY
With Hazel at the
Medford Armory Show
A Step Into The Past:
A Fabulous Feedsack Collection!
by Nell Mathern, Mountain Stars & Jacksonville Museum
Quilters Guilds, Jacksonville OR

Feedsacks bring to mind poverty of the Great Depression,
but at the same time there is a romance to the idea that
women could make something beautiful from something
so mundane.  In truth, feedsacks were used for sewing
well before the Great Depression (1929 to 1939) and for
several years after.  The evolution of the feed sack is a
story of ingenuity and clever marketing.  Several Feed
companies produced booklets giving ideas and patterns
for the use of feedsacks.

Please visit Mountain Stars & Jacksonville Quilters Guilds'
Booth at the Medford  Armory Antiques & Vintage Sale to
see a fabulous "Feedsack" collection.
Meet Hazel who is
wearing a feedsack dress.   At the same Booth you can
admire a couple of quilts representing the "Model A Ford
Club of America".  You’ll also have a chance to see
Model
A's, which were only manufactured from 1928-1931, on
display in the Armory’s Parking Lot.  
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For Their Story
HARLAN & BARBARA PARSONS
Medford Antiques Dealers
Celebrating 70 Years of
Marriage & Antiquing!