River Market Antiques LLC is located in the historic River Market district of Kansas City on the southeast corner of 5th and Wyandotte, two blocks west of the City Market.  You can view our Location page to view a map and get directions.

We are open from 10:00am to 6:00pm seven days a week and closed on most major holidays.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express as well as personal checks and cash.

Our 30,000 sq. ft. store is home to more than 175 quality dealers offering a wide variety of antiques and vintage items.

Free parking is available in our private lot under the large Lewis and Clark mural painted on the west side of the our building.

We offer layaway terms and gift certificates may be purchased in any amount.  Delievery is available thru a private delivery service and we offer free storage up to 30 days on any large item purchase.

We look forward to assisting you upon your visit!

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Dealer Biography – #903 Mel LeFever

Dealer #903 Mel LeFever

Booth Location:  1st Floor, West Back Wall and 3rd Floor on the East at Front of Mall by the Windows

What got you into this business?  Loving to Buy cool stuff

What is your “other” occupation?  Sales Girl at SHOPGIRLS

What other hobbies or interests do you have?  Gardening

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Dealer Biography #888 Lucy C. Lovier

Dealer #888, Lucy C. Lovier

Business Name:  At Liberty Estate Sales

Booth Location:  2nd Floor, East Aisle on Right Hand Side

Do you specialize in any one type of merchandise or consider yourself an expert in it?  Textiles!  Quilts-Tops-Blocks, children’s items and wood primitives

What got you into this business?  I grew up on vacation every year in a log cabin in Northern Wisconsin.  It was built in 1905.  My great grandfather had it built and I still go every year. 

What is your other occupation?  I have an old tobacco barn and have trendy barn sales every memorial weekend

Other than antiques, what other hobbies or interests do you have?  I am related to the “sock monkey”.  They are originally made from Rockford Red Heel socks and my great great grandfather was John Nelson the inventor of the first machine that knitted socks and the “father” of the sock monkey!

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