Recent buzz about The Philadelphia Print Shop

Savvy Main Line mentioned the shop's 40th Anniversary:

For someone who relishes his roots… an antique map, poster or print from Philadelphia Print Shop in Wayne

Philadelphia Print Shop owner David Mackey with SAVVY Main Line’s Caroline O’Halloran and Valley Forge Park Alliance Board President Amy Johnson at the shop’s 40th anniversary party on October 27.

Give the traditionalist what he wants most: a piece of his history or hobby, suitable for framing.

The Philadelphia Print Shop, now in its 40th year, contains a trove of antique maps of local counties and municipalities as well as cool old-timey posters, historic prints and rare books about whatever strikes her fancy: animals, train travel, fine art, botanicals, the Wild West, the World Wars, you name it,

Shop online or visit the downstairs shop at 106 E. Lancaster Ave, (below Wheelhouse Cards) Wayne, 610-808-6165.

And we received a very nice review on Google:

Such a wonderful space, with a treasure trove of gorgeous prints. I brought them an antique print of Philadelphia that had been in my family for generations. But truthfully I never appreciated the print, and kept it stored for years. I reached out to David for guidance. I brought the print into the store and was truly overwhelmed by their knowledge. I ended up leaving it on consignment and in under two months it sold. The advertising and research they did on the print far surpassed my expectations. As a result the print sold for a remarkable price to someone who has a true passion for early Philadelphia prints. I cannot recommend this store highly enough.

--Christina K.

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