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2110 Main St., Cambria, CA 93428 ~ 805-203-5350

OPEN 10-5 EVERYDAY, except Thanksgiving & Christmas

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RICH MAN POOR MAN ANTIQUES ~ CAMBRIA!

OPEN EVERYDAY  ~ 10 TIL 5 ~ TWO SHOWROOMS WITH-IN STEPS OF EACH OTHER!


Yes! We're Pet Friendly!  

2110 Main Street, Cambria, CA 93428 ~ 805-203-5350 ~ Open everyday 10 till 5.

Click to see what's in our large Antiques Mall!                   Click to see more in our Main Street Showroom!

        

 


 


Remember Nelson Eddy? ~

Recently found, this great collection of singing star Nelson Eddy from the 1930's & 40's! He was a recording and movie super-star possibly remembered best for his pairing with Jeanette McDonald, another movie singing great from this classical Hollywood era.

This collection includes 6 autographed-with-pen candid snapshots, 1 studio small proof (marked "discontinued") by a major Hollywood photographer, 1 typed & signed fan letter, a soft-cover book about Eddy & McDonald, and ten 78-RPM records by Nelson Eddy, including some of his well-known hits. This collection is being offered as one unit and may be seen in case LTC in our main mall. Or call for more info.


Tapestries Worthy of Hearst Castle! ~

 

Two unique tapestries are now offered for your consideration in our main mall. These are amazing "finds", the type collected by Media Mogul William Randolph Hearst so many years ago. 

One (at left) is Aubusson (French) created about 1680.

The other is Flemish (now the area of Belgium) woven around 1560.

These are an authentic look into the past! Stop by and see them on your next trip to Rich Man Poor Man Antiques.


Bill Sells The Shirt Off His Back! ~

That may sound like an old joke, but it really did happen recently at Rich Man Poor Man! Bill, one of our valued dealers and someone you see behind the counter every week, was showing a customer some of his vintage made-in-Hawaii shirts. After looking at Bill's large selection, the customer said, "...but I like the one you're wearing!" Without missing a beat, Bill stripped it off and said, "...SOLD!" The customer went away happy and Bill simply put on another one. As you can see, it still had the price tag attached (Minnie Pearl style)! 

You bet we have fun at both our Rich Man Poor Man stores! Bill is one of two dealers who feature authentic, vintage Hawaiian shirts. Next time your in, ask him about them!