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January 2012

We want to wish all of you a happy and blessed New Year in 2012.  As the year moves ahead, we look forward to meeting new people and continuing to work with our current clients. We just got in 400 feet of oak baseboard from Hartley Elementary […]

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Christmas Greetings

  We want to send Christmas and New Year’s greetings to all who have stopped by our home or visited our website.  We have been blessed to meet each one of you and to be a part of your special project(s).   We wish each of you a […]

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Salvaged Lightening Rods

Manuel keeps busy all the time and is always coming across a treasure here or there, up or down.  We received a call from a couple in Talmage, Nebraska, so we took a drive to see what treasures we might be in for.  There wasn’t much to […]

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Welcome to our website redesign

I am sure you have noticed our website has changed.  Our son-in-law, Gerik Parmele, has been working hard on a new look and a new website for our business.  It will take a few weeks to get everything in viewing mode on our new site, but we […]

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Packard/Jochim House

This house was built new to look old. Awesome huh? This is how the house ended up looking after we did a lot of the work.

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Scherer's Architectural Antiques
9141 South 63rd Street
Lincoln, NE 68516
Phone: (402) 423-1582

We are located between 56th and 70th Streets in Lincoln, Nebraska, approximately 2.5 miles south of Nebraska Highway 2. South 63rd Street is not a thru street and can only be accessed from Yankee Hill Road.

Welcome to Scherer’s Architectuaral Antiques

On August 16, 2005, Scherer’s Architectural Antiques, LLC, replaced Scherer’s Enterprises originally owned by Max and Jeri Scherer. Manuel worked for 30 plus years with Max and Jeri Scherer and over those years developed their same love, passion, and knowledge for preserving architectural antiques here in Nebraska, and we continue that same tradition. Read more about our history...