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15 Vintage Stores Every San Antonians Should Be Shopping At 

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While you might get lucky at Goodwill when seeking out vintage clothes, sometimes a faded “Happy Graduation Tommy” T-shirt isn’t always what you have in mind when you think style. For those who want to explore style with a foot in the past, stop by these funky, vintage stores that’ll leave the eerie perfection of Pottery Barn in the dust.
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Architectural Antiques
403 Dawson St, (210) 226-6863

For a larger selection, this warehouse-style place is a vintage furnishings haven. Salvaged housewares from doors to lighting, sinks and mouldings can turn your home into a classy, antique-inspired space.

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Broadway & 9th Antiques
900 Broadway St, (210) 223-2095
A great place to explore hidden antique treasures, this cool spot is big on vintage-inspired furnishings for homes and gardens. This huge selection of everything from lamps, to glassware and jewelry is a spot that can’t be missed.

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Capitol Antiques
906 Fredericksburg Rd, (210) 736-6963

For a surprisingly large selection based on the building itself, this old-school antiques shop specializes in home decor galore. Dressers, lighting and tchotchkes await those who drop by this classic vintage place.

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Charlott’s Antiques & Clocks
2023 Austin Hwy, (210) 653-3672

Veteran and family-owned, Charlott’s Antiques & Clocks has finds that will take you back in time. For antique furniture, china, jewelry, clocks and other collectibles, this place has the right products for the right price.

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Craftiques Mall
6751 Bandera Rd, 210-523-0232

For those who want a more expansive vintage shopping experience, this unique retail space is comprised of two huge stores featuring over 300 vendors of the best of indie crafts, repurposed pieces and antique dealers.

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Karolina’s
1701 Blanco Rd, (210) 852-5642

Bargain hunters will love this place that specializes in antiques. More of a flea-market feel, this place has got you covered on anything from vintage bags to steamer trunks and unique doors.

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Montage
423 West Grayson St., (210) 324- 0157

Montage is the ultimate in San Antonio’s vintage scene. Mostly focusing on clothing, accessories and jewelry, this spot leaves “old” looking mighty fresh.

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Nelda’s Vintage Clothing
1621 N Main Ave, (210) 271-7111

Claiming to be the oldest and largest source for vintage clothing in South Texas, Nelda’s Vintage Clothing delivers on everything fashion. From unique and affordable vintage clothing plus costume jewelry and fashion accessories, this place is truly the best of classic finds.

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Off My Rocker
204 W Olmos Dr, (210) 826-0250

Focused on antique housewares such as rugs, art, furniture and lighting, this spot is overflowing with vintage charm. If you’re looking to make a little money while also spending some, this place is actually a consignment store.

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Old Is Better Than New
1504 Fredericksburg Rd, (210) 364-4564

Architecturally vintage pieces including stained glass windows can be found at Old Is Better Than New. Low-key and bursting with antique doors, columns and windows, repairing your home can take a step back through the very rustic, very vintage past.

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Propaganda Palace
2100 McCullough Ave, (210) 400-0240

This spot specializes in “cultural gifts” aka retro video games. For what is said to be the best and largest selection of retro video game gear in San Antonio in every make and model, this place also services what they sell.

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R&G Antiques & Treasures
627 W Hildebrand Ave, (210) 320-9315

A great spot for antiques and collectibles, this eclectic store will have vintage lovers leaving happy. Antique jewelry and decor items along with jewelry can be found at this unique place.

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Urban Goods: Vintage Interiors
1704 Blanco Rd

Formerly a vintage spot called RretroHaus, Urban Goods: Vintage Interiors takes the cake for the best of new old furniture. Breathing life into the old, this spot is perfect for those looking to redecorate with pieces that stay stylish for years past and years to come.

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Yeya’s Antiques and Oddities
1423 E Commerce St, (210) 827-5555

Each item in this eclectic shop is entirely its own, one of a kind. For the boldest seekers of original furnishings and more--think vintage dismembered dolls--, take a trip to this crazy spot.

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The Junction Antiques
1704 Blanco Rd, San Antonio, (210) 273-3439

Flea market finds at a great price are what awaits shoppers who hit up The Junction Antiques. This spot is open seven days a week, and has cute, unique oddities and something for everyone.

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Architectural Antiques
403 Dawson St, (210) 226-6863

For a larger selection, this warehouse-style place is a vintage furnishings haven. Salvaged housewares from doors to lighting, sinks and mouldings can turn your home into a classy, antique-inspired space.

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