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Flea Market in Mexico City

Where to Buy Antiques: Calle Rayón

Every Sunday a flea market is held along the seventh block of the calle Allende, with stalls selling a variety of items like books, fruits, candy, ice creams, cheap jewelry, tin, brass, bronze animals, tableware blown glass, paper flowers and plastic blocks, belts, wallets, purses, and other leather goods, toys, glass lamps, guitars and all sorts of bric a brac.

In the wide calle de Rayón, between Allende and Comonfort, you will find the most extraordinary stalls of used and second hand items, which attracts thousands of visitors and prospective buyers, especially antique connoisseurs and tourists.

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In the street de Rayón, visitors can find the most varied antique goods and vintage memorablia: platters, plates and antique ceramic vases, Spanish, French and English porcelain; candlesticks and other objects made of silver and bronze; lamps, and glass paperweights boroughs; furniture of various styles (Louis XV, Colonial, Chippendale), rugs, cutlery, fountain pens, old weapons, phonographs, radios, vintage telephones; crucibles, glass apothecary jars and tools of all kinds; iron plates, spurs, stirrups and pommel; old banknotes and coins, among a universe of other items on sale at the calle de Rayon flea market.

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