Selma, NC - Christies and Sothebys catalogs

oldrugger

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Selma, NC - Christie's and Sotheby's catalogs

Driving back up I-95 on vacation stopped in Selma, NC. I've never seen so many antique bazaars (and a really cool flea market in an old tobacco warehouse by an old railroad station). Anyway, other than the density of cool things I remember reading on here about someone acquiring and selling auction catalogs from Christy's and Sotheby's for decent money. One of the booths in one of the bazaars (don't remember the name but a big building, first on the left on the access street coming into town from the interstate) had a two-sided magazine display loaded with catalogs from those two companies and all items (there were other magazines/catalogs as well) were 3/$5. Just a heads up, my offering to the community (as it were) for my first post here.
 

dogteam

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Wow, that's cheap i think, online they go for $45 on up to $150 depending on age and availability (and specialty).
I'd grab the native art and artifact ones myself if I had the chance. They only go up in value.
 

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