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Antiques Shops in Bath

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Old Bank Antiques Centre

14-17 Walcot Buildings
London Road
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Old Bank Antiques Centre is now Bath`s largest antiques shop. Situated on the main A4 route into Bath from the motorway, near Morrisons supermarket. It is just 15 minutes walk from the city centre, via Walcot Street.
At Old Bank you will find a hoarder`s paradise, with 15 well established dealers and lots of showrooms full of interesting and affordable items from 17th century English furniture to 1970s retro.
Expert staff are always on hand to assist. There is free parking at the rear, accessed via Bedford Street. Local deliveries are free, and those to elsewhere are quoted at cost price.

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