H.A. Dunne & Company, home of the H.A. Dunne Archive, boasts an extensive, unique collection of vintage photographs and maps of New York City. Customers can browse the collection online, though those keen on keepsakes need to stop by in person to pick up 8"x10" prints, such as an aerial view of the Empire State Building taken in 1964 ($50) or a glimpse of Central Park circa 1940 ($50). While the gallery also carries antique advertising art, handcrafted greeting cards, and full-scale models of the Brooklyn Bridge, today's Groupon can only be used toward the purchase of photographic prints and maps.
Build A Basket creates thoughtful gift kits to aid expressions of gratitude, love, and confusion as well as celebrations of birthdays, holidays, and special occasions. Benevolent benefactors can assemble a personalized endowment by choosing a container, whether a small, antique-style sea-grass suitcase basket ($15.99) or a large wicker basket ($15.99). From there, gifters can sift through an extensive miscellany of care-package wares from gag gifts ($2.50–$24.95) to indulgent spa products ($2.50–$38.99). Present panniers also come prefashioned for golf devotees ($2.99–$25.99), pretend princesses ($29.99), and Valentines with a red-velvet sweet tooth ($34.99). Hundreds of individualized options await gift givers short on time, inspiration, or basket-weaving prowess.
Etech Computak Inc's technicians may specialize in Apple products, but they can also repair broken smartphones and computers from other brands. They replace phones' cracked LCD screens and dead batteries, and they remove viruses and spyware from computers, as well as install hardware and recover data. They also mend malfunctioning gaming consoles, including Nintendo Wiis, Xbox 360s, and Playstations.
Bergen County Window Blinds stocks a wide range of blinds and shutter styles to match any kind of interior decor. Its inventory includes cellular shades, wood shutters, vertical blinds, and Vienna-style shades, installed examples of which can be seen here.