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Anyone can feel free to purchase the articles listed
Listings are available only for member of the Toronto Dowsers
Some of the items currently available are:  a bike, a Bar B Q, a tent, and MORE!

Welcome to the Toronto Dowsers
Flea Market!

This site is available to members of the Toronto Dowsers for items to be given away, sold or even sought.
We welcome and encourage members from outside the Toronto area to post your items here.
People from all over read our web site.
Please read our guidelines, at the bottom:

One fabric CAR COVER cover for large car.  Used once.
Color:  Light Gray.
Cost:  $99 + tax.    For sale at:  $50
Contact:   Eva Angyal    416-223-6574    angyaleva@hotmail.com
Posted:  January 11th, 2005


For Sale: Girl's bicycle in excellent  condition
10" wheel; 6 speeds; front light and rear reflector
Rear carrier with side basket
Very pretty dark turquoise green.
 Awesome Giant with an added extremely comfortable ergoflex seat.
Maggie Robertson      416 531 5211      maggier@interlog.com
(Palmerston Ave between Bloor and Dupont)
Posted: May 3, 2004

1 Q-Link, by Clarus Technologies.  $50 CDN
This was purchased several years ago for $99 USD.
Have not worn it often, was told that it can be re programmed for a new owner within 3 weeks, just by wearing it.
Can be picked up in person, or, mailed.
Contact:   Marilyn  mgang@dowsers.info   416 322 0363  9:30-9
Posted: April 29, 2004

Flea Market Guidelines:

Listings available only to members of the Toronto Dowsers
Listings are for personal, not business use.
Current listings may be posted at Toronto Dowsers meetings
Older listings may be removed or have their position changed
Listings available for items you wish to give away, to sell, or even items, services, etc., you are looking for
If you have an item for listing, email it to:   mgang@dowsers.info


    Item will be posted, when I have the time to do so.

If your item is sold, an energy exchange is suggested and welcome.
Any obligation for this kind of exchange is waived for the following:

  Here are some suggestions:
If you can't think of something to do, the next best thing is $$$
If item is sold for:
        $30-$99$ ---       10% SUGGESTED contribution to the Toronto Dowsers  (of amount over $30)
        over $100 ---      5% SUGGESTED contribution

The Toronto Dowsers, its members, Marilyn Gang; take absolutely no responsibility for:

the items, the contents and/or veracity of the listing, the condition of an items listed; the condition of any items: sold, given away or requested; the terms of the: sale, negotiation, payment.   Listings are a privilege, not a right.  Inclusion of a listing is subject to approval by this list owner.

Example 1:   Someone pays you for an item by check.  The check bounces.  Not our responsibility.
Example 2:   You buy a toaster oven.  You examine it, looks fine, take it home.  You get home and the tray is missing.  Not our responsibility.
Example 3:   You buy a case of cookies from someone, take them home, you eat one and get sick.  Not our responsibility.
Example 4:   You buy a toaster oven.  You try it out, it works fine.  You take it home, it doesn't work.  Not our responsibility.
Example 5:   You buy a toaster oven.   You take it home and try to eat it and get sick.  Not our responsibility.

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This can also be used for:

Those great vegetables you have, like zucchini :)  ---- at harvest time ---- for sale or give away.
Are you having a "real" garage sale?    Let me know.

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When I lived in Southern Vermont, I lived near the Newfane Flea Market.  This was one of the greatest flea markets in all of New England and took place every Saturday from May to October.   I first came to the area as a "ski bum".    One day, one of my NYC buddies said his dad had a shirt business in NY.  He could get seconds of men's shirts, sell them to me for 75 cents (yes!  and this wasn't all that long ago!).   I got a table in the flea market for ten bucks and sold the shirts for $3.00.   Another dynasty was born!

Over the weeks, people gave me stuff to sell.   I also made Tibetan Sheepskin hats and sold them as well as sheepskins, which I bought direct from the factory in New Hampshire.  It was a lot of fun and I liked the other vendors.

To increase the authenticity of my Vermonter look, I'd put my hair in braids, just say "yup" and "nope" and all the Flatlanders took pictures of me as they thought I was a real Vermonter!   It helped sales.

I've done many flea markets since that time and love it.   It's also reminiscent of time spent in markets and bazaars in Mexico, Turkey, Iran, Israel, Greece, Morocco and Spain.