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Trading Post Times

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After five years of great times,

housed in one of Scottsdale’s

oldest houses, River Trading

Post has moved into a brand

new home that was custom

designed by us, especially for

us.

Located in the heart of the

Scottsdale Arts District, River

Trading Post is a cornerstone of

the new Gateway at Main

Street Plaza. Our new address

is 7033 East Main Street.

Walk into this place, and you

will feel the warmth, richness

and friendliness of another era.

From the old wagon wheel

chandelier, to the tin ceiling

and antique oak floor, you will

find this to be a very special

place. (Not to mention the ever

present cup of Arbuckles’ cow-

boy coffee.)

Visitors will be able to browse

through five rooms of excep-

tional Native American art and

artifacts, including our special

sculpture hall.

We’ve even built in a special

place for artists to work...a

place where visitors can enjoy

watching works being created

as well as a conversation with

some of today’s leading Native

American artists.

We’ve been told that the new

place quite possibly is the finest

in Scottsdale. That wasn’t what

we set out to do. We simply

wanted a River Trading Post

that our friends have come to

expect of us. We hope that we

have accomplished that.

All of us at River Trading Post

look forward to welcoming you

to our new Scottsdale home.

a theft is reported first to the

police, and then to ATADA.

The organization does this by

sending images and descrip-

tions of stolen items to its ex-

tensive list of ATADA gallery

members. (River Trading Post

is an ATADA member.)

Since galleries frequently are

the prime target market for

selling stolen goods, ATADA

members provide a tight web

for identifying and reporting

stolen items that may come

through their doors.

We would urge collectors to

pay a visit to the ATADA web-

site,

www.atada.org

, to learn

more about the organization

and its efforts to recover stolen

items. One day you may want

ATADA’s help.

Collectors Beware!

We are astounded at the

amount of stolen Native Ameri-

can art objects that can find its

way into galleries and into the

collections of unsuspecting

people, ourselves included.

The Antique Tribal Art Dealers

Association can help to track

down stolen items, and return

them to their rightful owners, if

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land, Santa Fe and Scottsdale

galleries.

The second way is with our

River Trading Post Pod Network

where we bring you audio and

video programs with music,

information, interviews, and

the thoughts of very top Native

American artists. We know

that you will enjoy each

podcast.

You can subscribe to our

RSS

Feed

and to the

River Trading

Post Pod Network

from our web-

site.

Updates are automatic, and we

believe that you will enjoy tun-

ing into both. (If you wonder,

there is no cost to subscribe to

either of these River Trading

Post services.)

Keep in touch, learn and enjoy

with these exclusive River

Trading Post services.

River Trading Post provides

our friends with two ways to

keep up to date with the newest

items in our collections, and to

enjoy the personal thoughts of

our top artists.

One way is with our

River

Trading Post RSS Feed

that is

constantly updated to bring you

news about new items in our

collections, and about events

taking place in our Chicago-

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Keep up to date with

River Trading Post

by joining our RSS feed,

and the River Trading Post Pod

Network

River Trading Post Scottsdale Has

A New Home At 7033 E. Main

Street in Scottsdale, AZ

ATADA Is A Major Resource For

Recovery Of Stolen Native

Artifacts.