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Southern Arizona is a favorite destination for bird enthusiasts from all over the world, and this is the store for them. Owners Shani and Jon Friedman carry literally everything a true birdwatcher needs to own, whether at home or in the field including binoculars, field guides, feeders, bird houses and, of course, assorted nature books and magazines. The staff is also an invaluable source of information for events in the bird watching world.
Looking to exchange your dollars into pesos for your trip to nearby Mexico? The sales staff at this east-side jewelry store will do it for you. They will also help you with most other foreign currencies. Other than currencies, this shop deals in precious stones and almost exclusively in diamonds. Most of the staff consists of diamond graders and graduate gemologists and will provide you with the necessary information about your purchase. Prices are competitive. The watch department includes a vast line of previously-owned Rolex watches.
This establishment is definitely the most popular place to buy, sell and trade used books in Tucson. Its huge selection is well organized and categorized, with signs and pointers guiding the customer to the exact section they are searching out. Comfortable armchairs invite readers to try before they buy. Other than books new and old, the store offers a wide range of magazines and used CDs, cassettes and computer games at bargain prices. Books and audio materials may be used as a trade-in for either cash or credit at the discretion of the store clerks.
Generation Cool is a clothing and accessories store that specializes in products from the 90's as well as those that appear as if they came out of the same decade. If you are looking for a Scottie Pippen Chicago Bulls jacket or garish Kid N' Play sweater, then you have come to the right place. A lot of the items do not derive from authentic apparel, in fact most are actually knock-off originals with different logos, names, etc. Nonetheless, you'll find tons of brands that are hardly seen around anymore like Ellesse, Fila, British Knights, Phat Farm and much, much more.
Situated near the busy intersection of Campbell and Grant roads, gemologist Jeffrey Velasco has offered his expertise to discriminating clients for more than three years. This store offers a fine collection of gold jewelry from all over the world, with a special emphasis on India. Note the beautiful array of gem birds in the display case. Laudably, it also supports local artists by showcasing their paintings on the store walls. Jewelry repair services are available.
This store on funky Fourth Avenue offers a vast display of provincial Mexican and Southwest gifts and curios and is just the place to do your souvenir shopping. La Hormiga Blanca, (The White Ant in English), invites you to furnish your home in Southwest/Mexican style. The array of decorative mirrors from Mexico is impressive and you can choose from a selection of copper Kokopellis in all shapes and sizes or choose to decorate your walls with one of those scary-looking Mexican masks.