Oklahoma City—Scott’s General Store, which specializes in antique Native American art, books, and ephemera, is closing due to the owner’s health issues. Located at 2828 NW 10th Street, owner J. D. Scott is liquidating his inventory at large discounts before closing on Sunday, December 1, 2019.
Through October 21, 2019, Scott is offering 50% off all books and framed art and 30% off of all Native American pottery, baskets, textiles, clothing, jewelry, and antique Native art.
Store fixtures are also for sale, some immediately, others at the store’s final closing.
Scott writes, “Thanks to all customers/clients past & present for 4 wonderful years.” His son Jerry Scott, store, a locally known jazz musician, co-owns the store and maintains its social media presence.
The store is open afternoons, or you can schedule an appointment by calling (405) 640-5339.