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Raccoon Creek at Oley Forge LLC
Box 276, 208 Spangsville Road
Oley, Pennsylvania 19547
Phone: 610.689.2200
Email: raccooncreek@msn.com
Web: www.raccooncreekantiques.com
Affiliations: NHADA, Antiques Dealers' Association of America
Raccoon Creek Antiques, LLC is an Antique Business Partnership operating in the Heart of the Oley Valley, Pennsylvania. Less than an hour from Reading or Allentown, and fifty miles Northwest of Philadelphia.

The Oley Valley is rich in history. Our gallery specializes in period Americana and reflects Pennsylvania German taste in color, design, and craftsmanship. The Gallery space is housed within a restored carriage house on the grounds of an 18th C ironmaster's site, " Oley Forge," located on the banks of the Manatawny Creek.

The shop is currently opened by appointment . . . and a call ahead is always suggested. You may also plan to visit us at some of our national shows, or you may wish to view our current selections on our website for a taste of what we specialize in, " Americana at Its Best!"

Raccoon Creek Antiques has been in business for over 20 years.

Owners George R. Allen and Gordon L. Wyckoff were both antique dealers before they founded Raccoon Creek Antiques, LLC. They have been business partners for the past 12 years.

Gordon started in 1974, with a shop in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, and an active show calendar as well. George, who has been purchasing antiques since 1969, opened Raccoon Creek Antiques in Bridgeport, N.J., in 1986. Since joining forces, their business has grown nationally through the inclusion of many national shows.

They have recently moved their business location to the Oley Valley in Pennsylvania and continue to operate a shop by appointment, while also participating in their show schedule. They have also presented guest lectures at the college level, and have appeared on national television. . .including two series for HGTV. Recently they have been included and published in Millers' Price Guide, American Redware and Stoneware Sections, and they are currently working on sections for Folk Art and Textiles.

George and Gordon are also members of:

The Antique Dealers of America (ADA)
The New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association (NHADA)
The Folk Art Museum
The Philadelphia Art Museum
Winterthur Museum

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