The Official Directory to U. S. Flea Markets

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Kitty Werner
RANDOM HOUSE, May 1, 2002 - Antiques & Collectibles - 464 pages
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The most valuable reference tool for the biggest group of bargain hunters -- flea market shoppers. In this updated edition, readers will find hundreds of listings for the best flea markets across the nation.

Comprehensive and completely updated, The Official Directory to U.S. Flea Markets, 8th Edition is a bargain hunter's dream. It lists hundreds of flea markets nationwide -- large and small -- from Alabama to Wyoming, plus selected Canadian markets. Alphabetically organized, state by state and town by town for easy access, each flea market listing includes the location, directions, days and hours of operation, admission charges, and parking fees. Plus complete descriptions of the market's facilities and the type of merchandise -- including antiques and collectibles -- are also available. Since flea markets open, close, and move regularly, this extraordinary guide provides the latest facts on the constantly changing venues. In addition, the book includes all the vital details on booth size, rates for dealers, and information on how to contact promoters.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Then and Now
5
Buying and Selling at Flea Markets
7
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

As a child Kitty Werner helped her father build additions and sheds and remodel the family's house, getting plenty of hands-on experience. As a homeowner, she has had over thirty years of practical on-the-job training to write this book. Eventually Kitty and her husband, Peter, a masonry contractor, bought their own house in Vermont. As their family grew to include two children and numerous pets, the house grew. They fixed electric wiring, replumbed fixtures, finished off a bathroom, added a large addition, dealt with lightning storms blowing out the water supply, electric lines coming down, days without power and water, and all manner of exciting events.

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