Still, there are a few one-of-kind finds to be had. For instance, if you're looking for a munitions cabinet the size of a garden shed, then CHE is your place. The thing is made of steel plating, stands seven feet tall and weighs more than a Ford F-150 pickup, but if you need somewhere safe to store your rocket-launcher and plastic explosives — and who doesn't? — you can't afford not to own one of these babies. (For those comparison-shoppers out there, it's a Porta-Mag, model 1050.)
I'm told that the Great City Hall East Rummage Sale cleared $42,000 on Monday, $18,000 on Tuesday and $8,000 on Wednesday. At that rate, I'd estimate the rummage sale will take in about $80,000 for the week. My guess is next week's auction could bring in another $10,000 or so. With most of the best stuff already gone, I've heard that the private company running the sale is prepared to cut the posted prices by Friday at the latest. In the meantime, haggling is permitted.
UPDATE — Reader Tyler Lynch, a social-media specialist, sent us some of his photos from what looks to be the opening day of the sale. Enjoy.
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