The Second Impression Palace was opened over 20 years ago in the former JC Penney building 1 1/2 blocks south of "The World's Only Corn Palace" in Mitchell, South Dakota. With nearly 15,000 sq. ft. to work with, owners Dan and Brenda gathered over 35 dealers and consignors to offer thousands of items of every variety for sale.
When entering the store you will find an indoor, main street. Visitors stroll through the various "store-fronts:" the General Mercantile, through the bank and on to the sheriff's "room" (complete with jail) and the barber shop. Amongst the many treasures offered are: pottery -- Roseville, Rosemeade, Hull, and McCoy (to name a few); silver; dinnerware; primitives; coins and paper money; glassware; and advertising and/or ephemera. These are just a few of the items offered by the many dealers.
After strolling through the main street you will want to visit our basement which is filled with furniture, glassware, crocks, tools and a variety of odds and ends.
So come on in and be prepared to be amazed!
Some of our recent changes, during the winter of 2012-2013, include a revamping of the store and the addition of the vintage clothing booth.