Troyer's antiques has an amazing amount of merchandise. They have several buildings (old dairy farm) with antiques in them. You will need lots of time to look through all the buildings. Sometimes it can be sort of cluttered in parts so you will need to look closely to avoid missing anything. I don't know my antique prices so I can't say if things are reasonable or not. Years ago already, I took a friend there and he made out like a bandit. I remember he bought one tool for $2. that he said he planned to sell for 100.00 at a blacksmith convention. So if you know your stuff, you might get lucky. My friend found lots of treasure that suited him. If you are an antique lover and haven't been to Troyer's yet, you are missing out.