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Cottonwood Heights Journal

Estate Sale Antiques

Jul 06, 2016 09:52AM ● By Bryan Scott

If variety is the spice of life, The Estate Sale Antiques would be the whole spice cabinet. With over 6,000 square feet of collectible items to explore, the store is known as one of the best antique shops in Utah.  

The Estate Sale Antiques is business built from the ground up. Lance, the owner, worked 10 hours a day, seven days a week for the first year in order to establish his place in the antiques industry. His dedication and time paid off. They now have ten quality dealers that bring in some very unique and amazing pieces. The Estate Sale Antiques has now been in business for five years, and will be celebrating the milestone with a special fifth anniversary sale on Saturday, June 18th. They will have sales throughout the store to commemorate 

The Estate Sale Antiques is always changing with new items coming in all the time. Inside the store you will find an huge variety of unique items including  antique toys,  old advertising,  collectible bottles,  paper advertising,  automobile memorabilia,  railroad  items, coin-operated machines,  antique glass,  furniture, clothing,  signs,  estate jewelry, vintage tins and  kitchenware, games,  vintage boomboxes and electronics,  military and coins, and much more. You can check out new items in person and even watch for some new interesting newly found items posted frequently on Facebook and their website at They also post antique buying tips, and the latest news and happenings at The Estate Sale Antiques. 

 People love to stop in the store just to see what has recently been acquired. The Estate Sale Antiques was picked by House Beautiful magazine as the “first stop” you should make when in Ogden. Ogden was also picked as the best antique town in Utah. 

 Lance and his friend Becky are both lifelong collectors with excellent knowledge in many different collector items included coins, bottles, toys, jewelry, and more. Lance has a passion for the antique industry. “I think what I love best about this business is that we not only help to preserve the past, but that people are finding so many new uses for things that used to just be discarded,” said Lance. “Finding a treasure for someone when I go to their homes to buy vintage items is also a thrill. Nothing is quite as exciting as telling someone that the item they were going to throw out is worth a lot of money!”

The Estate Sale Antiques clearly loves antiques; they love to talk antiques. They are definitely one of the most unique antique shops you will find. Stop in the store and visit with Lance and Becky at 4590 Harrison Boulevard to find your next treasure.