Colleen Franklin, antique shop owner at Peerswick Mall on Church Corner Upper Riccarton, with a Victorian beaded bag.
Antiques on display at Simla House Antiques shop in Sydenham Mall.
Exterior of an antiques used furniture and home upholstery suppliers shop at 205 Fitzgerald Avenue on the corner with Armagh Street.
Framed painting by French artist Laurent Joseph Olivier hanging in a shop. The portrait is of Justine Delcour and was painted in 1844.
Exterior of Belfast Traders second hand store at 774 Main North Road in Belfast, on the corner with Cassidy Place.
Exterior of Mandy's Antiques at 940a Colombo Street in St Albans. A display of antiques are visible in the window.
Exterior of The Ritzy Gypsy Antiques store at 971 Colombo Street in St Albans.
Part of the original Billens building (built 1906) originally known as England Brothers House. Damaged by earthquakes and later by fire. View of Globe Cafe and Forget Me Not Antiques on the ground...
Pacific Bookshop and Chaos antique shop, Manchester Street.
Damaged building on the corner of Victoria Street and Peterborough Street
Collapsed upper wall of Portobello Antiques building at 221 Tuam Street.
Damaged building at 50 Victoria Street, on the corner of Peterborough Street and Victoria Street.
Digger and debris in front of damaged buildings at 219, 221, and 223 Tuam Street.
Antiques dealer, Tom Stein, with a Broadwood piano from 1828 in his antique shop in Sydenham. The piano was discovered in an antique shop in Little River.
The book section of an antiques shop at the Tannery.
Barry Mather, owner of Mr Pickwick Trading Post, holding the original deeds to a building which was once part of Ward brewers.