Marc Bleasdale of Charlotte rummages through a dozen cardboard boxes looking for whatever he can find for $5 on Friday, June 4, 2004. Vendor Joel Chapman sells it at $1 an item or $5 for whatever you can fit in a plastic shopping bag at Charlotte Antique & Collectibles Show at the Metrolina Expo.
Marc Bleasdale of Charlotte rummages through a dozen cardboard boxes looking for whatever he can find for $5 on Friday, June 4, 2004. Vendor Joel Chapman sells it at $1 an item or $5 for whatever you can fit in a plastic shopping bag at Charlotte Antique & Collectibles Show at the Metrolina Expo. Wendy Yang, Observer file photo
Marc Bleasdale of Charlotte rummages through a dozen cardboard boxes looking for whatever he can find for $5 on Friday, June 4, 2004. Vendor Joel Chapman sells it at $1 an item or $5 for whatever you can fit in a plastic shopping bag at Charlotte Antique & Collectibles Show at the Metrolina Expo. Wendy Yang, Observer file photo
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