As you know, I love my stuff. Key West is an interesting place to live but if you are an antiquer or junker, it's been slim pickins for awhile. Hurricane Wilma in 2005 cleaned out so much stuff. When people throw out all their old stuff and the insurance proceeds pays for replacements, there aren't things going on the resale market. When you lose collectibles thru rust (salt water certainly damages metal) and water damage and they are lost forever; it takes a long time until things build back up and hit the market.
Well, recently I discovered a new shop (I don't know how long it's been there, but new to me) and I LOVE IT! Old Bones Antiques and Local Art. It is a very great shop with lots and lots of things in it. You have to look at everything because it is jammed packed full and I love that in a store. It's nearly at the corner of Fleming and Grinnel Streets in Key West.