It was owned by a wealthy Antiques Dealer.
Besides cash, they accepted personal checks or trade-ins as payment.
- Feather Pen - made from the store owner's last parrot (he was too noisy)
- Well-Polished Old Saw
- Pirate Hat
- Hubcap - used for bartering in the inner cities.
- Rock and Roll Collector's Plate
- 'Beware of Parrot' Sign
- Ship's Horn
- Cannon - Mark VII "devastator" triple-cannon emplacement (without a hole for the fuse)
- Cannon Balls
- Whale Painting
- Tiki Lights
- "Left Turn" Sign - from the Precipice View Road (after its removal it became known as the Dead Man's Drop).
- Gross Skulls
- Indy's Whip™
- Mask - looks like Spiffy the Pinhead.
- Peg Leg
- Eye Patches
- Treasure Chest
- Bowswain's Wheel
- Cheese Grater?
- Small Picture Frame
Threepwood can ask about all of these items to be replied to by the Antique Dealer with various humorous lines.
Indy's Whip™ is a direct reference to Indiana Jones. When examined the Antique Dealer says: "That's the real thing, as seen in Raiders, Temple, Holy Grail, and The Young Chronicles". All of those titles are referring to various Indiana Jones movies or, in the case of the last, the television series.