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All About Baldwin's Book Barn


Are you a book lover? If so, check out Baldwin's Book Barn. This book store can hardly be categorized as a book store. This store was built in 1822 but established in 1934. It's a five story building with brick walls and even a wood burning fire place. It is amazingly cozy and homey. It's located in Pennsylvania but they also sell books online.


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They have thousands of different listings online. To visit this Book Barn will definitely take a step back in history. It's like no book store you have ever seen. There are rare and out-of-print books and other treasures for everyone.

Some commodities that are found at Baldwin's Book Barn are shelf after shelf of cloth bound books, leather bound book sets and also very old rare books. This store also carries many maps and prints. The furniture in this store all look like antiques but you can still sit in the chairs to read and touch everything.

Every floor is a different experience as you climb the narrow staircases. This book store has so much to offer that even the roof is packed with titles. There are also all kinds of old pictures lining the walls so you can truly experience something wonderful.

This book store was originally a barn and then was later made a book store by the Baldwin's. Baldwin's Book Barn is famous in Philadelphia. There are a lot of local T.V. stations that have talked about them like WB 17 and channel 6 news. They have been mentioned in the Wall Street Journal and even in The New York Times.

This is only two of many magazines and newspapers that have mentioned them. This book store is obviously famous and it would be quite a privilege to be able to be a part of. They seem to have something to interest everyone.

In conclusion Baldwin's Book Barn is definitelyan amazing place to experience. Not only for its coming home atmosphere, but its history is everywhere in this store. To experience the beauty of the old fashion store and also be able to stay and read the priceless treasures would be like being in a museum.

Visiting this store even online was like taking a step back in the history books. The Baldwin's must be very proud to own such a landmark and be able to share it with the public. This history lesson seems to be well worth the trip.


 


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