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Big island antique stores


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Jun 13, 2007
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I will be visiting the Big island the beginning of OCT. There is a specific Hawaiian antique that I am interested in acquiring. I have attempted to do some searches for antique stores on the Big Island, but I have been unsuccessful. I was wondering if anybody has come across any interesting antique stores on the big island. I will be staying on the Kona side, but will also be going to the Hilo side. Thank you in advance for your assistance.


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Jun 6, 2005
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Yuma Arizona
There was at least

1 in Waimea, I know because we found it while waiting for our dinner reservation in 2006.

It is on the main street, just west of the Waikoloa cut-off.

Sorry, I don't remember the name