Official Guide to Flea Market Prices

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Random House Information Group, May 1, 2001 - Antiques & Collectibles - 502 pages
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WHAT IS IT WORTH? BUY THE BEST BARGAINS WITH ADVICE FROM THE EXPERT A flea market is a grand adventure, a journey into the unknown. Flea markets turn each of us into an explorer in search of buried treasure. But the search is not without adversity. You must learn how to find, evaluate, and survive flea markets. It is important that you understand what will provide the greatest opportunities for the best buys and, ultimately, the stories that can be shared at the end of the day. Expert Harry Rinker, national antiques and collectibles authority, editor, author, and columnist, teaches us how to hone our shopping skills . . . and have fun at flea markets. Special features include: * how to find and evaluate flea markets * a first look at many flea market collectibles and their values * hundreds of photographs * more than fifty new categories of collectibles * a flea marketeer’s reference library * lists of collectors’ clubs, newsletters, and periodicals * a report on Internet flea markets The Official Guide to Flea Market Prices is essential for bargain hunters and seasoned dealers!

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Contents

Finding and Evaluating Flea Markets
8
Top U S Flea Markets
14
Flea Market Survival Guide
21
Honing Your Shopping Skills
28
n Contents
1
FLEA MARKET
38
Advertising Characters
44
Airline Aviation
50
CocaCola
135
Comic Books
142
Cookie Jars
148
Cow Collectibles
154
Dairy Collectibles
160
Dinnerware
167
w Contents
220
Niloak Pottery
319

Amusement Parks
56
Automobile Collectibles
62
Banks Still
68
Baseball Memorabilia
74
Beatles
80
Big Little Books
86
Books
92
Brass
98
Calendar Plates
104
Cameras Novelty
110
Cash Registers
116
Cereal Premiums
122
Christmas Easter Seals
129
Noritake Tree in the Meadow
325
Paint Cans
331
Pencil Clips Paper Clips
337
Pez Dispensers
344
Planters Peanuts
350
Posters
356
Purinton Pottery
362
Radios
368
Contents
54
Flea Marketeers Annotated Reference Library
478
Antiques Collectibles Trade Newspapers
488
lndex
496
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About the author (2001)

Harry L. Rinker is a leading national expert and co nsultant on toys, antiques, and collectibles and the author of numerous books on collecting. He writes a weekly news column, hosts a radio call-in show, and has appeared as an expert on several national television shows. Rinker's personal collection of over 50,000 objects contains approximately 7,000 toys.

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