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The Paris flea markets have been one of the main shopping destinations for bargain hunters and collectors of fine French antiques alike for years. The markets began when the “rag and bone” men over two centuries ago brought valuables they had found in the garbage each night to sell each day at the same venue. The tradition continues and there are three main markets in Paris:
Old Picture of the Paris Flea Markets (Credit)
Shopping Along Porte de Montreuil (Credit)
Hats at Porte De Montreuil (Credit)
Mannequin, vintage lace and chair at a dealer's booth along Porte de Vanves (Credit)
Treasure hunting at the flea markets (Credit)
The Puces comes alive with French antiques (Credit)
Flea market fare (Credit)
Antique chairs at Les Puces (Credit)
Flea market finds in Paris (Credit)
Four days a month Paris Flea Market stocks a large warehouse with freshly found and stocked vintage French furniture and home décor items.
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