Treasure trove

Collectors flock to SA’s longest-running gathering of antique dealers.

Almost everyone collects something, whether it’s valuable old teaspoons, rare manuscripts and books or early Coca Cola posters and original Zippo flint lighters. Finding a bargain, hunting for that elusive addition to your collection, or simply browsing for fun means you won’t want to miss the Antiques Fair on the upper and lower levels of Nelson Mandela Square on Sunday, March 1 from 9am to 4pm. With more than 40 dealers from all over the country, this is South Africa’s biggest antiques fair. Details: Clyde on 082-883-4933

 

 

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