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Shopping: Antiques, Thrift Stores, & Flea Markets

With more than 800 dealer booths, this is the place to find items like Tiffany lamps, old paintings, ancient furniture, and all sorts of otherwise unique and weird antiques.

Vendors sell incense, beads, international foods, antiques, and other new and used items every weekend.

Offers a combination of salvaged goods and crafting supplies, from old photographs and fabrics to furniture and film canisters.

The weekly flea market features vendors slinging new and used goods like bicycles, records, antiques, and more.

The shop houses a large number of antiques and collectibles ranging from 25-cent knickknacks to pricey works of fine art.

The massive warehouse and lot hold all manner of salvaged goods, but specialize in housing fixtures like stoves, doors, windows, and toilets.

Sponsored by the Oakland Museum of California, the annual rummage sale raises funds for the museum's Women's Board through sales of clothes, furniture, instruments, books, toys, and various bric-a-brac, many of which are quite affordable. This year's sale is held on March 2 and 3.

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