March 26, 2020 – Cave Picker, the online place that specializes in antiques and collectibles, has published a handy list and review of the biggest flea market in the United States. This list will be useful for both professional collectors as well as tourists who wish to return with unique gifts and souvenirs to display and impress everyone back home.
America too has its own flea markets, some dating back decades or even a century, and one can find them all in the list published by Cave Picker. Relaxing and cool marketplaces where great bargains are to be found, flea markets are the place to buy and sell unique personal holdings, antiques, souvenirs, and everyday household goods.
“For the curious ones, Cave Picker found time to research and publish the biggest flea markets in the US. These are some of the oldest and very best flea markets of America that deserve a visit at least once. Here buyers will find old jewelry, first editions, music records, antiques, and souvenirs, or just plain clothes and everyday household stuff,” says Frank Angelillo, Founder, Cave Picker.
There are many unique, hidden treasures waiting for the knowledgeable buyer to turn up and offer the right price. The Scott Antique Market in Atlanta, GA attracts attention for its over 3,000 booths, making it the world’s largest indoor flea market. The market promotes itself as a favorite place to treasure hunt, and also has a sister outlet in Columbus, OH.
Then there is the flea market called First Monday Trade Days at Canton, TX. This market traces its history to the 1850s, and has ample space of over six acres, lending credence to its claim to be the world’s largest. The tag of America’s oldest outdoor flea market goes to the Brimfield Flea Market, Brimfield, MA, in operation since 1959. This one has thousands of dealers across 21 independent shows that happen three times a year.
Cave Picker is the online antique site for those who love vintage and collectibles. The specialties are breweriana, man cave, she shed, antiques, vintage, collectibles, and unique items. The items are available for purchase online and are also sold to special collectors, garage sales, and flea markets.
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