19 Great Finds at the Saint Louis Swap Meet 

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"Sundays Are for Swap Meets!" the Saint Louis Swap Meet is fond of saying. We completely agree: Photographer Abby Gillardi scoured the vendors' wares and found the weird, the wonderful and the must-haves. Take a peek, then get to the Lemp Brewery on June 21, July 3 and 4, and September 7, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Photos, love letters, and a broach were among many items from the 1920s found by a vendor at the swap meet who works at a recycling center for veterans.
A vintage display case for Avalon cigarettes.
A vintage cooler decked with St. Louis favorites.
A vintage military trunk.
A vintage military hat.
A vintage Juicy Fruit tin.
Ancient arrowheads.
Shoe molds from the Victorian era, made right here in St. Louis.
A vendor selling some of his shot glasses from his personal collection.
A Swedish Bible from 1865.
Photos, love letters, and glasses among many items from the 1920s.
Vintage toys, odds and ends from Cranky Yellow, found at the swap meet at Lemp Ave on June 14.
Cranky Yellow, one of the many vendors at the swap meet at Lemp Ave on June 14.
A daybook from the 1920s.
Handmade metal people, made with wine bottles.
Vintage butter molds.
Children's rubber dolls from 1956, made by the Sun Rubber Co.
Gorgeous Egyptian beads, found and re-strung in the 1920s.
A bar stool made from recycled pallets.
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Photos, love letters, and a broach were among many items from the 1920s found by a vendor at the swap meet who works at a recycling center for veterans.