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Indian Art and Frontier Antique Show

Ann Arbor, MI.

This Ann Arbor gun show is held at Washtenaw Farm Council Fairgrounds and hosted by Frontier Antique Collectors. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

This show is primarily 18th & 19th century antique Indian fur trade, Indian bead work, frontier weapons (including Kentucky rifles, trade guns, fowlers, flintlock pistols, frontier knives & tomahawks), burl bowls, effigy ladles, pipes, early military, plus Colonial and Frontier antiques of all types (lighting, bottles, rifleman’s personal items, cooking ironware, woodenware, pewter, documents, photos, primitive Folk Art, related photos & books, etc.). We strive for quality antiques, and get many positive show feedbacks because of it. All indoors, with free parking.

We limit Civil War and Cowboy items; some allowed. (Cartridge guns & powder -non allowed.)

We have 118 tables with quality dealers (60+) coming from AK to NY and all in-between with frontier antiques including muzzle loader guns, Kentucky rifles, Indian Trade guns, Indian beadwork, etc. The Biggest Little Indian Frontier Show in the midwest!


Show location

Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds
5055 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd, Ann Arbor, MI, 48103, United States