Welcome to Early Owego Antique Center, a 21,000 Sq. Ft Antique Co-op with 90+ Dealers located in the Old Newberry’s Building in Beautiful Downtown Owego. Please take a moment to view our slideshow which will introduce you to our Town and our Store!

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Meet Jim and Cornelia Mead, owners of Early Owego Antique Center, located in the old Newberry’s building on the corner of Main and Lake St in beautiful downtown Owego. A large antique co-op with 2 floors of antiques, over 21,000 sq. ft and 90+ dealers! We have been open for a year and a half and have attracted customers from as far away as Tennessee and Texas! Stop in and check us out, we are open daily from 10-6, Fridays until 8pm, and closed on Tuesdays.

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PLEASE MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE! We update daily with photos of New Items as they are brought in by our dealers! Just “Like us” on Facebook and you will receive a notice every time we publish a new posting!

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WE HAVE 40 MORE DEALER’S BOOTHS UPSTAIRS!

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21,000 sq. ft Indoor Antique Co-op, Two Floors with 90+ Dealers!

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EARLY OWEGO HISTORY: Opening of J.J.Newberrys on the corner of Main and Lake St in Downtown Owego, June 1958

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JUST IN THIS WEEK! 1927 Richfield Fry “Mae West” 5 Gallon Visible Gas Pump for $10,500 (SOLD)

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BEFORE and AFTER OUR UPSTAIRS GALLERY!

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We have expanded our upstairs gallery, which has added another 40 New Dealers!

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Thank You Note:

We would like to say Thank-you to everyone who stopped by February 15th and 16th to help us celebrate the First Anniversary of our store opening! It was a Great Weekend!

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SOME EARLY OWEGO HISTORY

Photo: This photograph, taken circa 1900-1910, shows the corner of Main St. and Lake St. in Owego. The building that has the two ladies in the window was razed to build Newberry’s in 1960. The old Newberry’s store is now the Early Owego Antique Center.

This photograph, taken circa 1900-1910, shows the corner of Main St. and Lake St. in Owego. The building that has the two ladies in the window was razed to build Newberry’s in 1960. The old Newberry’s store is now the Early Owego Antique Center.

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