ANTIQUES & VINTAGE SALE Medford Armory, Medford OR

NEXT MEDFORD SHOWS: May 21, 22, 2022 & October 15, 16, 2022

Watch Video From Our October 2021 Show

SHOW HOURS & ADMISSION

Sat. 10am-5pm & Sun. 10am-4pm

ADMISSION $6.00
FREE Return & FREE Parking
Indoors at the Armory
Medford, OR

Dogs for better Lives

More Info Here

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.

ABOUT THIS SHOW

The October 2021 Medford Armory Antiques & Vintage Show was the first Event held since the Covid Shutdown in March 2020. Over 1100 patrons attended the October 2021 Show, grateful to be able to hunt for antiques and collectibles in person after such a long time! Dealers from Oregon, Washington and California filled the Medford Armory with an outstanding selection of quality antiques and collectibles, including rare slot machines and gambling related items; Western Americana; American Indian and Native American art; American and European furniture and furnishings; tools, militaria and sporting; lighting fixtures; kitchen and country primitives; Victorian and American art glass and art pottery; sterling silver and silver-plate flatware and hollowware; estate and costume jewelry; fine porcelains and china; toys and dolls; quilts, linens and textiles; paper collectibles (including prints, maps, magazines and books) and refurbished and upcycled. In addition, the Jacksonville Museum Quilters’ Guild displayed an outstanding selection of historic and rare quilts. 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. DOGS for better LIVES Staff and Volunteers were present all Show hours, providing patrons with information on their services as well as volunteer opportunities.

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