Price Guide to Flea Market Treasures

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F & W Media Incorporated, Mar 1, 1995 - Antiques & Collectibles - 296 pages
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Price Guide to Flea Market Treasures continues to grow with each new edition. We made a bold move to a jumbo format with the third edition. Now this fourth edition contains twice as many photos (nearly 700 in all) and more than 50 new, trendy categories from 35 experts in the field. Who else but Harry Rinker would have the foresight to include such categories as aquarium collectibles, barbed wire, dearly departed collectibles, flue covers, and secondhand roses? (What are secondhand roses? Buy the book!)

Of course, this best-selling price reference also provides coverage for the basic flea market fare -- appliances and utensils, toys and games, books and magazines, record albums and cassette tapes, dinnerware and glassware, furniture and figurines. Also included are hot items that are rapidly becoming entrenched in '90s flea markets -- aliens, ashtrays, Barbie, calculators, Hot Wheels "RM", robots, Star Trek "RM" and Star Wars "TM" collectibles, sports equipment, and video games.

Prices and descriptions for more than 10,000 items, a list of the 25 best flea markets in the country, resources, and tips on buying and selling truly make this a flea market "survival manual".

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Contents

What Is a Flea Market?
4
Top TwentyFive U S Flea Markets
12
Honing Your Shopping Skills
22
The Flea Market Scene Today
27
Abbreviations
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Copyright

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