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    Flea market dealing

    Looking for ideas of what to have on a 4 by 8 table at the flea market. What kind of boxes (2,3,4 row) with singles…what year, box count, price point, sport etc of wax...how many mid to higher end singles….the overall layout...stuff such as this. I did see a cool Ultra Pro pack feeder where they are dropped in and the only real access is to pull a pack out from the front or back side.


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    Is it in indoor or outdoor flea market?
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    These are neat. Probably good for lower end packs.


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    I can take a picture over the weekend of a general spot/table to kind of help the discussion.


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    Found one on the internet. It's called the Barnyard. Sort of like a franchise, they are located in multiple states. This is exactly how the table and structure look here.


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    The one here has doors that can close down in some open areas. At the back of the market, its like this, no doors to close things in.


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