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Angel's Antiques and Flea Mall

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cheryl h wrote a review Aug 2019
Durham, North Carolina55,590 contributions1,693 helpful votes
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As we walked in we didn't even get a head nod. Checking out wasn't much better. The person never made eye contact, didn't carefully wrap my breakable collectibles (didn't even realize this until one actually broke in the car from only having one sheet of tissue paper around it), and didn't say goodbye or come again. I actually liked the mall and what they offered but I just can't get over the customer service. If the customer service had been better I would have given the place 4 or 5 stars. This is a large place in an old Walmart with close to 70,000 square feet. The main aisles were wide and clear and there were only a few cluttered booths (we just walk right past them because it isn't worth tripping or knocking something over), a few very tight booths, and only a few booths that just looked like thrift store stuff. You can find lots of collectibles (I love the shabby chic stuff), kitchenware, china, porcelain, glassware, books, crafts, gifts, furniture, rustic, reproduction signs, tools, lighting, art, advertising, toys, holiday, vintage clothing, and vintage jewelry. Then we came to a booth that was just old golf clubs. I knew we would be there for a while so I found a chair to sit in while my husband looked at every club (he even had to swing them) before purchasing 4 clubs to add to his collection.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Mike B wrote a review Jul 2019
Opelika, Alabama12 contributions3 helpful votes
A large assortment of old items to look at through out the store. good place to find a good deal on something old.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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realtoralexisrudd wrote a review Sep 2018
Corinth, Mississippi62 contributions15 helpful votes
My husband and I have visited Angels several times while in the area for business. There are so many vendors and most have their spaces set up so cute. There are some great finds here. My husband loves to stop in and see what new clubs the guy with the Golf Booth has. I seriously thought he was going to have a stroke the first time he saw it!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Ron D wrote a review Jul 2018
Cave Spring, Georgia40 contributions7 helpful votes
Needed to kill some time, so stopped and looked around. Huge inventory of collectibles and such. Found a Coca-Cola tray from 1939 that featured my aunt (on my mother's side). Bought it. If in the area, take a look-see. You too may find something you like.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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BeingGreen wrote a review Jul 2018
Georgia368 contributions237 helpful votes
This place is much larger than you expect when you walk in the door. Each booth is numbered and aisles are named so if you want to return to a booth snap a photo with your phone. They have shopping carts. You will need one. There seem to be two types of booths—those with higher prices and those with really low ones. One of the fellows working there told me some people are constantly on the look for new items and go by the philosophy of turning items over quickly so their inventory is in constant flux. Others don’t really spend time constantly on the hunt and price their items higher to make their money. All I know is that for me I left with a cart full of finds. Among the items I purchased were a number of cookbooks, some for $3. I bought a wonderful measuring glass that at one time was a promotional giveaway for a now defunct soda pop company. I loved the look of it and the message and paid the grand total of $1.50 for it. It sits proudly in my kitchen and has brought smiles from those who have seen it. I have no plans to part with it but when I googled it I found it for sale online at more than 20x what I paid. I bought a darling antique child’s swivel chair for my granddaughter, a vintage metal box and a tin steam shovel toy. The steam shovel fit a spot in my office that I have long searched for the perfect thing to place there and according to my searching online sites the price I paid is lower than the item has sold for in the past and mine is in better condition. So, I was quite pleased with my visit. There is a little bit of everything here. There is the occasional booth full of items that are more flea than tique. But overall if you like the hunt as much as you like the find this place will make you very happy. A young girl checked me out and she wrapped everything carefully and told me which items came from booths with specials and sales. She was very good and very friendly. I don’t travel to this area often but just may have to create a reason to do so!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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