Shine Gallery at the Mid-City Farmers Market reflects Bernie Shine's treasure trove of dead-stock Americana. The small shop seeks out and sells vintage memorabilia, primarily from the 1910s through the 1950s. Random finds include old toys, paper masks and vintage matchboxes.

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