Culpepper's Otto Depot
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You could spend days in Culpepper’s and not see everything. They have so many cool architectural salvage items (we got on front porch light and porch lanterns here).
If architectural salvage yards are up your alley, you have found heaven here! Really beautiful copper lamps, old doors, salvaged pieces, saved windows - really beautiful stuff!
Not an antique shop, not a consignment shop, not a pawn shop... something you must see!
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