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Description for 5932: Used Merchandise Stores

Division G: Retail Trade | Major Group 59: Miscellaneous Retail

Industry Group 593: Used Merchandise Stores

5932 Used Merchandise Stores
This industry includes stores primarily engaged in the retail sale of used merchandise, antiques, and secondhand goods, such as clothing and shoes; furniture; books and rare manuscripts; musical instruments; office furniture; phonographs and phonograph records; and store fixtures and equipment. This industry also includes pawnshops. Dealers primarily engaged in selling used motor vehicles, trailers, and boats are classified in Major Group 55, and those selling used mobile homes are classified in Industry 5271. Establishments primarily selling used automobile parts and accessories are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry 5015, and scrap and waste dealers are classified in Industry 5093. Establishments primarily engaged in automotive repair are classified in Services, Industry Group 753.
  • Antique stores-retail
  • Book stores, secondhand-retail
  • Building materials, used-retail
  • Clothing stores, secondhand-retail
  • Furniture stores, secondhand-retail
  • Furniture, antique-retail
  • Glassware, antique-retail
  • Home furnishing stores, secondhand-retail
  • Home furnishings, antique-retail
  • Manuscripts, rare-retail
  • Musical instrument stores, second-hand-retail
  • Objects of art, antique-retail
  • Pawnshops
  • Phonograph and phonograph record stores, secondhand-retail
  • Shoe stores, secondhand-retail

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