Title

People in Edgecomb know it's summertime when Arthur Cyr puts out a hundred or so

Source

Down East

Date

6-1-2003

Pages

64-65, 91-93

Abstract

People in Edgecomb know it's summertime when Arthur Cyr puts out a hundred or so old wrought-iron beds on the lawn of Cape Cove Antiques on Route One. The bedsteads, which sell for $300 to $695, have become a celebrated local landmark. Cyr began collecting the beds twenty years ago when there was a plentiful supply inland. Most were manufactured from about 1910 to 1920, and there are thousands of different styles.

Subjects

Antique business, Beds, Cyr, Arthur

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