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Historic Round Rock Bank (circa 1876)- target of Sam Bass Outlaw Gang in 1870's; Relocated from E. Main street of Round Rock, Texas in the early 1990's.
The Christmas Shop and More at the Fort - This giftshop, based in the historic Round Rock, Bank Building, is currently being stocked in Christmas collectibles,glassware, and old west saddles. The shop is open most weekends from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm and features a good selection of old west saddles and antiques. The building is a classic example of an 1800's commercial building (oversize doorways and windows, high ceilings, and square nail construction (nice contrast to mall shopping). And we deal on prices and like the other shops at the site, we buy, sell and trade.
This shop, open all weekends and some weekdays, specializes in Christmas collectibles, antique glassware, collectible plates, coke collectibles, and other unique gift items of all kinds including antique baskets, rare bottles, dishware, primitives and more!
Lots of Christmas ornaments, Santa Claus collections, reindeer, Christmas tins, santa mugs and ceramics, Christmas cards, stuffed Christmas toys (santas and reindeer, and an occasional moose),Christmas wreaths,and other Christmas decoration items.
Great selection of Antique collectible painted plates. One entire wall of the store is covered in collectible plates of every size, shape and description. And most are priced reasonably.
Our motto is "if you don't like our price, let us hear your best offer!"
Shelves and shelves of Antique glassware including depression glass, ruby red and carnivalware. We also carry entire sets of antique china.
Old pottery, old west relics, wood crafts, yard critters.
Great selection of soda water industry collectibles including old Coke, Dr. Pepper and pepsi signs, bottles, and related art
Lots of old whiskey decanter collectibles and beer signs
Vast collection of old bottles, some dating back to the early 1800's.
Good selection of old books and historical documents.
Several shelves of antique milk glass, old pitchers, cermanic figurines, glass baskets, etc.
And rows of old west saddles!!
If you're looking for a specific item, send me an email and a price range and I'll see if we have it. If so, we can mail the product to you. Our Christmas Catalog is now online.
Fort Tumbleweed Christmas Gifts CatalogAlso check out our antique bottles catalog. It's now online at
Also see our Coca Cola, Disney, and Beer Sign Collectibes catalog.
Online Catalog of Coke, Disney, beer mugs and Collectibles.
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