It had been some time since our last visit to this mainly collectible toy flea market at China Square. You can read about my last visit here, but this time I took a lot more photos.
Lets do a walk through of the market. I’m feeling lazy and just want to post photos and do very little talking.
The Coco Cola Polar Bear was one of the items for sale.
Darth Vader figurine and a Rolex Clock.
This is the guys version of dolls and dress up. I much prefer collectible Barbies.
The action figures were two for S$15. Not too bad I guess.
A Japanese Anime character called Tony Chopper.
This seemed racist to me. The genie doll I mean.
A Pokemon army?
There was also a lot of vintage items like this set of Peranakan crockery.
I think you can still get these traditional coffee cups in Chinatown.
My Hulk fascination continues – a comic book this time.
Old photographs of Singapore. There was so much space back then.
Going up to the third level.
It was actually super busy. I had to wait a while to take a photo without many people in it.
Memories of old Singapore in these household items.
Looks very much like Michael Jackson but I don’t think he would be carrying a sword?
I am more captivated by the dolls and their dresses.
Little girls will love these. I’m sure much older girls too.
The Raggedy Ann and Andy set is so cute.
Not everything is suitable for kids. These are supposed to be used as pillows in ancient times I think.
Muppet T Shirts.
The gramaphone was playing Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen by Neil Sedaka. Love that song.
And lovely rotary phones that I used as a kid.
It was very packed.
Bustling in fact. If you think Singapore has no buzz, come here. It’s pretty lively.
This place looks great, I love the old Peranakan plates etc. and those old coffee cups. Also love old photos etc. of Singapore and other places, I couldn’t help noticing too the old poster advertising train routes in the UK also in your photo 🙂
ok I must take a closer look at the photo I took…interesting observation 🙂
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