The Search for Hidden Treasures at Chelsea's Annual Flea Market
Once again, thousands of people descended on Chelsea’s North and South Commons recently for the town’s annual flea market, which—despite the light summer rain— hosted dozens of vendors and sellers of all things useful, rare, old, and downright quirky.
A collection of photography equipment, and a few other odds and ends, populates a table at the 2018 Chelsea Flea Market.
Collectible spoons, beads, and other desirable items were on carefully arranged display.
A variety of belt buckles tempts the magpie mindsets of flea market shoppers. (Herald / Dylan Kelley)
Longtime Chelsea resident Bobby Hutchinson peruses the stalls and tents at the 2018 Chelsea Flea Market.
Randy Paton of Chelsea examines a small statue at the Chelsea Flea Market, which was held on July 14.
Raye Brevdawells of Washington proudly displays her flea market finds: a tiny clamp and a small canister.