Laramie Antique Association

Historic Downtown Laramie • Laramie, WY 82070
Toll Free: 888-721-8398
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Directions:
Laramie antique stores are located in Historic Downtown Laramie.  From I-80 take exit #313 and follow the signs north to Historic Downtown Laramie.

Ann’s Pawn Shop and Antiques
1005 South 3rd Street     307-742-2994

Aphrodite’s Emporium, Antiques, Too!
312 Grand Avenue         307-742-2292

Augusta Mizzelwitt’s Back of the Wagon
207 South 2nd Street      307-721-3939

Antique Fever
211 South 2nd Street      307-721-8398

Remember When Antiques
107 Ivinson Avenue       307-745-8566


Anne’s Pawn Shop and Antiques
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00 Saturday 9:00-1:00         Phone Number: 307-742-2994

Bring home a bit of Wyoming’s Past.  We offer a wide variety of Pawn items plus…Cowboy and Indian collectibles, guns, knives, and related hunting and fishing items, saddles, tools.

Also, Antique glassware, silver, fine diamond and estate jewelry, silver/turquoise jewelry, too!

Aphrodite’s Emporium, Antiques, Too!
General Line Of Antiques and Primitives
Certified Appraiser        Proprietors: Vi and Gary Moates
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-5:30 Saturday 10:00-5:30   Phone Number: 307-742-2292

Enjoy a relaxing shopping experience in our unique shoppe.  We have the largest variety of art glass, pattern glass, pictures, linens, lamps, furniture and primitives dating from the Victorian Era, to be found in our wonderful State of Wyoming.  We also have an extensive selection of specially blended pipe tobaccos and premium cigars kept fresh in our walk-in humidor.  A TREASURE TROVE of enjoyable shopping in a relaxing atmosphere with hot coffee, tasty treats, and FREE conversation.

Augusta Mizzelwitt’s BACK OF THE WAGON Antiques, Treasured Goods, & Cowboy Trappings
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00-6:00 Sunday 12:00-4:00   Phone Number: 307-721-3939

Come in and stay awhile! We have three floors of a little bit of everything with an emphasis on our Western heritage.  Ranching, rodeo, cowboy, cowgirl, farming, railroading, mining, homemaking, Indian, pioneer, trapper, cavalry, soldier—if they had it, you may find it here.  Our inventory includes things dating back to the 1800’s and as recent as the 1980’s. 

We have linens, dishes, glassware, tools, records, magazines, books, papers, fishing and other sporting goods, selected clothing, dolls, cap guns and cowboy hero novelties, jewelry, sewing and needlework items, furniture, stoves and all manner of collectible stuff. We carry contemporary and old Indian jewelry, Navaho rugs, and a few pots and baskets. 

It’s a fun time to come in and find a goodie you can’t live without! 

Antique Fever
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10:00-6:00 Sat. 10:00-5:00 Sun. 12:00-4:00   Phone: 307-721-8398
Website: www.antiquefever.com  Email: antiquefever@qwest.net

We specialize in Early American Oak Furniture from the Golden Age of Oak (1895-1930). Check out our Hoosier Kitchen cabinets, bookcases, rolltop desks, iceboxes, china cabinets, and more. 

We are also your WWII Aviation Store.  We have a large selection of limited edition aviation art by William Phillips, Robert Taylor, and others.  We have posters, models and propellers for the true collector.

Also, we can find that special piece you’ve been looking for. Just request to be put on our wish list.

Remember When Antiques
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00-6:00  Sunday By Chance    Phone: 307-745-8566

We offer a unique and wonderful variety of collectibles, antiques, primitives, and vintage items.

You will find glassware and pottery: purses and compacts; bits of western; jewelry and belt buckles; enamelware, crock ware, tins, old bottles and jars; toys and decoys; postcards and pictures; lamps and linens; furniture and figurines; knives, razors and lighters; and much more.

This is a place filled with things of the past, from long ago to not so long ago.  You will enjoy the browse and may even catch yourself starting a sentence with ‘Remember When…’
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