Back when "The Six-Million Dollar Man" was on TV, and gas was 36 cents a gallon, Henry's first opened in Ocean City, in the space it still occupies at 1236 Boardwalk.
This summer Henry's is celebrating its 45th anniversary.
Owners Sam Koperwas and Jeff Sherman were childhood friends who grew up in Brooklyn. In 1972 they opened Henry’s Trading Post in Ocean City, selling native American jewelry.
The store is named after a wooden cigar shop Indian given to them by friends.
The owners said that since customer loyalty and support has been the key to its success over the years, Henry's is selling a commemorative sterling silver "OC key" pendant for $45. The key features a compass design with an ocean blue Swarovski crystal in the center. A chain is included.
The store also has a new Alex and Ani bracelet with an Ocean City charm made exclusively for Henry's.
Henry's jewelry store is open daily. See henrysoc.com.