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Flea: The Complete Guide to Experiencing the Best of Today's Flea Markets

by Sheila Zubrod

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Anyone can wander around a flea market and buy a few quaint objects guaranteed to mystify her parents and appall her spouse. But it's an art to know the market, find what you're after, recognize the difference between valuable and worthless junk, collect the classics and dabble in trends, preserve what you have and restore what you buy. Sheila Zubrod and David Stern explore not only the flea market philosophy but also selling for profit, Web sites of value, flea market meccas throughout America and the world, and the primo cocktail shakers, coleslaw boards, and club chairs that constitute a true find.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:00 -0400)

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