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Malcolm Eglin Antiques

Unit 26e Haugh Lane Ind. Estate
Hexham
Northumberland
NE46 3PU
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Malcolm and his wife Patricia are the proprietors of Malcolm Eglin Antiques situated on a small business estate in the beautiful market town of Hexham. We sell Fine Period Furniture from the 17th 18th and 19th Centuries, specialising in Fine Period Country Oak.

We are able offer considerable savings from High Street shops within our spacious warehouse and ample free parking. Our website is updated weekly and we send a regular "Pictorial" e-mail to all our customers who subscribe to our mailing list. Please give us a call for friendly assistance if you have any queries about our stock.

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