The Flea Market Shopper's Companion: A Complete Guide for Buyers and Sellers Coast to Coast

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2001 - Antiques & Collectibles - 291 pages
Call 'em swap meets, trade days, or farmer's markets, they're scoured each week by thousands of people who want to buy and sell The Flea Market Shopper's Companion lists these markets alphabetically, with essential information about size, trading days, parking, and types of traders. In it expert James Goodridge offers wise and witty tips on how to bargain, what to wear, and even flea market etiquette. He teaches how to distinguish trash from treasure and where to find the greatest bargains among all kinds of merchandise. He has tips for those who are selling goods and how to get the best price for grandma's old armoire. And he lists the top ten flea markets in the nation as chosen by shoppers and dealers across the country.

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I would caution buyers about the verasity of information included in this book.
My father died in 1990, yet he is still listed as the contact for the Richmond, Ind., "Yesteryear Antique Mall." Not only is he gone, but the mall closed before he died.
If you use this guide, better call ahead!

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