Lynn’s of Alameda is a family owned, family operated business that began in 1963. Lynn’s moved to its present location – a historic train stop – in 1970, and has developed a reputation for expertise in dealing with antiques and collectibles. Their consignment showroom is filled with antiques, collectibles, dolls, jewelry, china and more, as well as five additional rooms in the rear of the store packed with quality used furniture.
Lynn’s specializes in Estate Liquidations and Moving Sales.
Curated is a welcome addition to Park Street. With an eye for finding just the right piece, Bradley Long has created a shop featuring consignment, antique, and new furniture that fits a mid-century modern aesthetic. You can find unique pieces including coffee table books, wall art, chairs, interesting office furniture, and dining tables. You never know what gem is waiting for you inside — it’s truly an experience to be had.
Fort Knox of Alameda has been selling and buying gold, silver, rare coins, estate jewelry, diamonds, watches, sterling flatware, and bullion for over 30 years . Their well-trained staff are always available to help you in any way they can — Fort Knox of Alameda can even provide spot appraisals on a range of items.
Lost City Antiques is a co-op with over 20 dealer/vendors that offer a wide-ranging variety of antiques and collectibles.
The immense building showcases three levels packed with an amazing assortment of antiques, collectibles, and vintage clothing. Any visit to Lost City Antiques is sure to bring back many fond memories of the “good old days.”