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Warman's Flea Market Price Guide

by Ellen T. Schroy

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Ellen T. Schroy, veteran antiques author and true flea market aficionado, updates and expands coverage of 19th to 21st century antiques and unique flea market finds to include more than 700 categories of hot collectibles. New categories for this edition include Buyer's Choice, Character Watches, Liberty Blue Dinnerware, Lea Stein Jewelry, and many more. "How to Use Flea Market Finds" is a new section devoted to the creative and decorative use of flea market treasures in functions other than their original purpose. The popular Flea Market 101 chapter offers practical advice to enhance the collecting experience with an emphasis on preparation, organization, and family fun. Most categories feature collector club addresses and additional reference information.

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An illustrated guide to finding good values on over 700 categories of collectibles at flea markets.

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