The Original 23rd Street Armory Antiques Show is an annual show that is normally held in April at the 23rd Street Armory in Philadelphia. This antique and collectibles show attracts over forty respected dealers and hundreds of visitors from the Mid Atlantic region. The Original 23rd Street Armory Antiques Show features 18th, 19th and 20th Century antiques and vintage collectibles including antique furniture, lighting, clocks and rugs.
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If you look it up in Webster, the word heirloom had in the past a very official and legal sounding definition. Nowadays an heirloom is normally something that has been in a family for many generations and has been handed down by family members as time passes. In most cases an heirloom can have more sentimental value than monetary value; in some cases it has both. Heirlooms can be just about anything handed down; antique furniture, jewelry, paintings and artwork as well as ceramics, glass and even bibles and books.