The fourth year of the GMG Downtown Gloucester Holiday Gift Video Series where we walk up and down Main Street and try to capture as many retailers as we can and highlight their best gift ideas one a day every day leading up to Christmas.
Tag Archives: Main Street Art and Antiques
David Cox will be shooting the GHS football game tonight with Thom Falzarano. This is a typical exchange between my pal David and me.
The print is 20×30 and I may hang it at Passports.
This one is marked $47 the markings on the lens say ANASTIGMAT BERTHIOT
Cool if for nothing else but decoration if you ask me.
There are several beautiful antique cameras at Main Street Art and Antiques. I doubt they are functional but for camera bugs like me they are beautiful to look at.
This one was marked $46 click the pics for larger versions
Lot’s of treasures to be found in here. Great gift idea- David has just about every issue of Time Magazine dating wayyyy back. Ask to buy the copy that was from the week your friend or loved one was born. A great present as that person won’t soon forget how thoughtful you were. They can see exactly what was going on in the world the week they were born.
From The Dress Code we bounced down to David Cox’ Main Street Art and Antiques for my daily dose of David Cox’ hilarity and crazy stories. We talked about the blog and his assignments while The Bean commented on David’s filing system or lack thereof.
This vintage lobster platter can be had for a mere $28.
After a bit the Bean was ready to move on-
Behind David Cox’ desk on the wall hangs a picture of Nick’s pool Hall which was located in the space occupied by Main Street Art and Antiques over 20 years ago.
I would say that I’ve heard at least four different people at different times ask how much that picture would cost to purchase but it is not for sale.
It sure is a beautiful picture.
When David isn’t out covering Gloucester Sports or events for GMG he is busy at his shop Main Street Art and Antiques in the heart of beautiful Downtown Gloucester. When I snapped this photo I wasn’t sure if he was making a deal for a priceless piece of furniture or talking up one of his many lady callers. The women just love him don’t you know.
You just gotta love Sinatra on vinyl