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Bicycle Silkscreen Print, $40
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We discovered a delightful, eclectic mix of antiques here, such as wooden church pews, a rack of antlers and 150-year-old French watercolors—but we left with a beautiful screen print by owner Paul Mercer.

2880 Dundas St. W., 416-762-3113, smash.to

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