Books, Classic hand tools, collectables
The Albion Emporium are dealers in books, classic hand tools, and collectables.
We stock a large variety of hand tools, a wide range of books on all subjects, and collectable items, including kitchenalia and metalware.
Our extensive range of quality tools are carefully restored and prepared for use, with an emphasis on woodworking and rural crafts.
Our main sales presence is at The Merchant’s House Antiques Centre in Leominster, with a smaller unit at Ironbridge antiques and crafts centre.
We also trade at events across the country. See our events page for more details.
We have a large stock of tools, some of which are not on display. If you are looking for a particular item please contact us.
We are interested in purchasing books and tools, from a boxful to a factory full.
We can clear your entire shed, garage or workshop, and offer best prices for quality items, and will travel across the UK.
We trade at various events throughout the year, including The Royal Welsh Show, Tewkesbury Medieval Festival, The Timber Framers Convention, The West Country Scythe Festival and more.
If you are interested in us attending your event please contact us.
The Leominster Antiques Guide
We produce the Leominster Antiques Guide, a simple 4 page guide and map to the town's antiques shops and centres.
One of the premier ‘antiques towns’ in the UK, Leominster offers an unrivalled choice for enthusiasts and collectors.
Over 120 dealers currently trade in the town, offering a wealth of expertise and knowledge.
Leominster is situated in the heart of the Welsh Marches, with the famous black and white village trail, numerous local food producers, and a variety of summer festivals and events. There is plenty of quality accomodation on offer, from simple B&B’s to medieval cottages and country hotels.
Leominster town also offers a range of independent gift shops, delicatessens, cafes and restaurants, details of which can be found in the tourist information centre or at:
Download your free Leominster Antiques Guide here, or pick one up in Leominster when you arrive.