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Retro Vegas: Reliving through Relics

Retro Vegas: Reliving through Relics

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Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010 | midnight

Enter a world of classic Vegas history, complete with a 1960s bubblegum-pink kitchen, 5-foot bronze horse and 300-pound crystal chandelier that may have been owned by Liberace. Bill Johnson and Marc Comstock opened their Retro Vegas antique store in 2008. Since then, they've gone around to estate sales and auctions collecting approximately 1,400 antique furniture, art and knick-knack pieces that are for sale in their downtown store, and 95 percent of them come from Las Vegas owners.

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