The items sold at the fair are more eclectic than they are antique. Most stuff isn’t worth much. But the shear volume of them is impressive. If you’re into window shopping, this place is more rewarding then strolling in downtown SF. I scored:

wooden 7-up crate, $5
wooden tool box with handle, $5
pair of medal frame lounge chairs, $75
plywood chair, $10
long clothes rack with 10 hooks from old school house or similar place, $20
“Everyday’s a holiday” movie poster, $20
crappy metal music sheet stand, $10
nice looking camera strap, $5

Voigtlander Ultron 35/1.7, T-Max 3200
Alameda Antique Fair, Alameda Point
Sep. 6th, 2009

Posted on 09-09-2009 under black & white, on the street