Morpeth antique centre owner warns visitors he sells golliwogs and Nazi memorabilia with cheeky sign

The owner of an antiques market which trades in golliwogs and Nazi memorabilia has taken on outraged visitors who say such historical relics should not be offered for sale.

A sign has been placed outside Morpeth Antique Centre in the New South Wales Hunter Valley describing the dealership as a ‘purveyor of history’ and warning customers about some of the controversial items they might confront inside. 

The sign says the emporium’s stallholders stock golliwogs and other ‘black Americana’,…

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