|Antiques & Restoration in North Wales|
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The internet site of Dodds Property World. Property, commercial, residential and lettings throughout NE Wales and Chester.
Rodney Adams Antiques & Interiors
Rodney Adams Antiques is a family run business centred on the Llŷn Peninsula, North Wales. We have been established for nearly forty years, concentrating our stock on providing fine country furniture and furnishings. We always have a wide selection of stock available, most of which can be seen displayed in one of our four shops in Pwllheli.
Sound Transfers has nearly 20 years work experience in recovery and preservation of sound recordings from old and vulnerable grooved and tape media. In 1979 John L Davies started the Adlonni sound archive (about to be re-launched on CD\'s) to preserve ancient Welsh recordings from which Sound Transfers evolved, and now offers a precision analogue to digital transcription service.
We buy & sell books, prints and photographes, rare, old and unique.
Old Bears 4 U
We have a selection of poorly bears in our hospital at the moment click our restoration link where you can see Teds waiting for repair, we are very busy at the moment but always happy to talk to you.
Purchase your next container load of antiques from us and see for yourself the variety and quality selection at the lowest prices. We buy direct from private homes. No agents, no disbursements on your freight bill, just straight honest deals.
West Wales Antiques Guide Online
The print version of The Wales Antiques Guide was first published in 1987. Published each year since the guide has been supported by over one hundred antique dealers in the Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, Powys, Pembrokeshire and South Glamorgan. Distributed free by traders, tourist information centres, antiques fairs and other outlets, it creates a unique opportunity for visitors and enthusiasts alike to hunt and find the items they want.
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