I discovered the Annville Antiques Station place back in September when I was in Harrisburg for work. It's located in Annville, PA in the Lebanon Valley. I highly recommend making the trip there! Expect 30,000+ sq. feet of antiques at very affordable prices . There's also an attached thrift store with lots of unbelievable deals and a VERY overpriced antiques section (make sure to skip right over that area).
My favorite find from this week's trip to the Station is a pair of feather art "pea fowls" (that's what the seller named them, but I believe they're ruffled grouse, PA's state bird). The birds were painted with with watercolor and embellished with actual feathers. I imagine the artist drew these birds from life shortly after they were killed, then plucked the feathers from the birds and arranged them onto the drawing; a sort-of two-dimensional taxidermy.
Included was a photo from the previous owner of the feather art framed on their living room wall!
Along with these birds, I also scored two real fox tail key chains a set of three child-sized bowties in red, navy and green and a Sherlock Homles-esque ladies hat. All of these will be in the shop soon!