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Like its name suggests, this resale paradise does sell some junk, but that’s part of the fun. Baby doll heads, bowls of mixed game pieces, rubber reptiles, and not-so-fine art permeate the shop, but don’t be fooled into thinking there aren’t gems to be found. Unique lighting fixtures (from beaded beauties to a Corona bottle chandelier), shabby chic dressers, Queen Anne-inspired chairs, a row of cowboy boots, and discarded antlers are among the highlights. Prices make the experience even better. Grab a pair of wall sconces in the $30 range, decorative oversized picture frames at $20 a pop, or go big, perhaps, with a China cabinet for under $500.

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