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Hunting valuable antiques in HCM City coffee shop

An antique market which is held in Cao Minh coffee shop in HCM City has grown into a popular destination for visitors every weekend while some of the items on sell come from time periods across various stages of Vietnamese history.

 

 

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The antique market was first put into operation in 2013. It is situated in alley 311 a small alley located on No Trang Long street in Binh Thanh district of Ho Chi Minh City.

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A notable feature of the market is the stage that has been set up for singers.

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The area is a popular destination for guests of all ages each weekend.

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A number of customers enjoy drinking coffee and looking at the antiques.

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Ceramic products on display adorned with simple patterns

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The market also features a number of items that were used in people’s daily lives many decades ago.

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Items of jewelry are a popular gift for girls.

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On display are items that come from the war period.

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Bronze items on sale

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Envelopes containing letters from a bygone era are exhibited.

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A stall owner introduces his antiques to customers.

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Young people take a keen interest in old motorcycles.

 

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