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New York City's largest indoor antiques flea market—appropriately called The NYC Big Flea—is about to take up residence at Pier 94. From September 27th through the 28th, the 140,000-square-foot space will be filled with retro goods from over 600 vendors, Crain's reports. Guests must pay $10 to shop items ranging from $20 earrings to "Tiffany Studios' Turtleback table lamps for $40,000," and if the flea is successful, it could become a quarterly event starting next fall.
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