Setting up at the NYC Big Flea Market, September 24, 2015

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I've got the whole crew setting up our booth

I’ve got the whole crew setting up our booth

Yesterday was the first day of setup for the NYC Big Flea Market at Pier 94. The first day went smoothly except for getting to the Pier. Unfortunately we got stuck in traffic due to the Pope’s visit, so we were delayed starting. After that, everything went well. We should have the booth looking great for the Saturday morning start.

Another view of the setup in progress

Another view of the setup in progress

Last year we met quite a few new people at the show. Even though the venue is the same as the November Pier Antiques Show, the promoters use different advertising and publicity, attracting different people. Hopefully the same will happen this year and we’ll make sales to new clients (but all old clients are welcomed and encouraged). The show opens at 9 AM on Saturday and closes at 5 PM on Sunday. The Pope will be gone by Saturday, so traffic should be back to normal. Hope to see you there!

We'll have this great Daum Nancy Winter lamp at the show

We’ll have this great Daum Nancy Winter lamp at the show

Tune in Monday for the results.


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2 thoughts on “Setting up at the NYC Big Flea Market, September 24, 2015

  1. Fontaines auction lot 67 is a rare large decretive red vase it is not a perfume Tiffany never made perfumes 6″ tall ( that’s a of purfume ) and the decanter that was stuck on top looks contemporary

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