RFTC’s Merton Abbey Arts & Crafts Room

Raccoon Forks Trading Co. is proud to present its new Merton Abbey Arts & Crafts Room, specializing in furniture, decorative items, and other antiques, from the British and American Arts & Crafts Movements. In 1881, William Morris, the visionary leader of the British Arts and Crafts Movement, purchased the seven-acre site at Merton Abbey in Southern London, which became home to Morris & Co.’s workshops for their dyeworks, textile printing, and fabric, tapestry, and carpet-weaving. RFTC’s Merton Abbey room is dedicated to preserving the history and essence of Morris’ vision and to make the movement's fine craftsmanship available to our customers.

Raccoon Forks Trading Co. has vinyl records

Did you know Raccoon Forks Trading Company sells used vinyl records? We love music, and have been building our record collection over the years and now offer a diverse and sophisticated selection. We also recently acquired a lot of over 1,000 excellent used records. 

If you prefer rock, pop, jazz, blues, country, classic or something else, we probably have music that will appeal to you. We even have a record player set up so you can give a listen before your purchase.

So stop in and see us soon and browse our carefully curated collection of antiques and records. What's more fun than looking through the stacks and discovering a buried treasure? 

Trading Co. Fall sale, Railroad Bill’s Grand Opening set for Oct. 13

We are pleased to announce Raccoon Forks Trading Company's fall sale event and the Grand Opening for our pals and neighbors Railroad Bill’s Dining Car on Saturday, October 13.

The event will feature several marked down selections from RFTC’s carefully curated antique inventory.

Railroad Bill’s Dining Car will provide the food and drink – including items from the new Railroad Bill’s food truck—and live music from some of the best up-and-coming local musicians.

We are also recruiting other antique, vintage and arts & crafts vendors to sell at the event. If interested, please call RFTC at (515) 809-1715.