Selling today in the Second Tuesday Monthly Consignment Auction.
It’s massive. Easily over 6′ tall. Squirrels perch on top like gargoyles and the drawer pulls are bears.
Pretty sure it leads to Narnia. Take a sword.
If we build it, they will come.
Many recall the heyday of enjoying an evening flea market under the lights. What they often fail to realize is that in those days vendors set up at noon or later. The newspaper article featured below from 1990 confirms this. The nationwide trend to visit flea markets early in the morning “to get the best deals” invariably pushed opening times up to our current 7:30 a.m. start time which, of course, means that vendors are finished much earlier than they were in the past.
We are here until the last vendor leaves and the last auction ends! We encourage all of our vendors to stay late to serve the “after work” crowd. We even offer special afternoon set up rates for sellers who want to join us later in the day!
If you enjoy late night bargain hunting, consider visiting our Monthly Consignment Auctions. Those go so late sometimes we don’t leave until the next day!