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Cobweb Corner

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301 E Waveland Ave, Galloway, NJ 08205

(609) 748-2522

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General Info
At Cobweb Corner in Galloway Township, New Jersey, we are antique dealers and full-service estate liquidators. Come in and see our wide selection of antiques, collectibles, furniture and general household merchandise. Whether you are selling, moving, settling an estate, or need removal of unwanted items, simply call to schedule an appointment for an on site evaluation of your specific needs.
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Regular Hours
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Tue - WedClosed
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amex, discover, master card, visa, check, debit
Categories
Used Furniture, Antiques, Estate Appraisal & Sales, Gold, Silver & Platinum Buyers & Dealers
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Linda C.

01/13/2017

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To the guy that complained about 50.00 for a concrete bird bath, I guess you haven't priced them lately, I paid 150.00 for a new one so 50.00 is nothing. Awesome place, could easily spend the day just rooting. Workers were very pleasant and friendly, I would highly recommend it. Better than a flea market.

mosaicchic22

03/25/2012

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high prices from man in yellow building part

The Cobweb Corner...a nice place to go when you're looking for a special something or even just for browsing and then finding that special something.~ Some items are priced, and the prices are high, but they say they will negotiate. Sometimes that is not true though, and the price the man in the yellow building gives you is his final price. I feel he sizes you up, looks at the way you are dressed to see if he can get top dollar for an item. A concrete small bird bath...$50.00??? Come on, man, that's rediculous, and when I told him this, his attitude was oh well, tough sh*t, it is what it is. Yeah, well, I'll go somewhere else I told him. ~It's a pain to have to constantly ask 'how much is this' and sometimes you have to go looking for him which is a pain too. ~The guys who own the other buildings (and the flea market), they are nice, and fair with prices and WILL negotiate. And, they are always close by to get a price on something. ~ I used to like going to Cobweb Corner, casually strolling and looking over the ""junk"" that actually became a ""treasure"" for me, but really, the guy in the yellow building, and his attitude and his exhuberantly high priced items...I'm not too impressed anymore with this place, because of him. ~And, I have heard from other people who went there, that he sizes you up, so this is just not my opinion.

2429stevens

10/06/2007

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Great place to brouse, and spend a few hours. Friendly people, willing to help.

Had a great time there, will visit again next time I'm in the area. Found several treasures at reasonable prices.