‘End of an era’ in downtown Prescott: Raskin’s ends seven decades in jewelry business

The Raskin’s Jewelers store has been a fixture on Gurley Street in downtown Prescott since the late 1960s, when Lynn Raskin moved from his original spot in the Park Plaza Shopping Center on Goodwin Street to the Gurley Street site. Since the early 2000s, Lynn’s son Greg Raskin has owned the business.  (Cindy Barks/Courier)

The Raskin’s Jewelers store has been a fixture on Gurley Street in downtown Prescott since the late 1960s, when Lynn Raskin moved from his original spot in the Park Plaza Shopping Center on Goodwin Street to the Gurley Street site. Since the early 2000s, Lynn’s son Greg Raskin has owned the business. (Cindy Barks/Courier)

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