Residents will be able to take advantage of a pop-up shop on Macquarie Street which is operating in Dubbo for the very first time.
From militaria, coins, medals and replicas to crystals, fossils and vintage clothes and shoes, the pop-up shop has something for everyone.
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The pop-up shop is run by Peter Varley, who was inspired to become a coin collector by his father, and Linda Thomson who are currently travelling across the state with their goods.
"We've got small antiques, American number plates, arrows, military books, tins, medals, militaria, coins accessories, notes, coins, toys for the kids, a bit of jewelry, fossils and crystals, large pieces of agate, dinosaur teeth and vintage clothing," Mr Varley said.
Ms Thomson said one of her favourite pieces up for grabs was a 1960s vintage wedding dress which she said was similar to the one actress Lia Farrell wore.
Crystal collectors are also in for a treat with an array of crystals from Australian and Brazil Crystals to crystals from Morocco.
Shoppers can locate the pop-up store on Macquarie Street, across from Priceline near the Riverdale Shopping Centre.
The shop will run every day from 8am to 5pm. Every who enters must have a mask and will be required to check-in.
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