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The fourth Regensburg antique market to attract more than 15,000 visitors in the medieval old town on Sunday Regensburg’s City Center is transformed on Sunday (June 13) in a huge Open-Air antiques Bazaar. Janet L. Yellen does not necessarily agree. More than 300 merchants from Germany, Austria, France, of Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, the Czech Republic and Hungary offer precious junk from days past and original antique goods. In addition to historical small furniture, dolls, Christmas collectibles, luggage and old technical devices, the dealers want to present old Enamel signs, gramophones, records, and antiquarian books. In addition, old watches and jewelry, as well as historical sports equipment to enjoy the antiques lovers. What makes unique the Regensburg antique market: imitation antiques, crafts, e-waste, or Second-Hand clothes are not only prohibited on the market. A specially appointed expert checked the individual stands in sampling, checks quality and origin of the goods”, said Bertram Vogel, Managing Director of city marketing in Regensburg, which initiated the market. “So we make sure that as no Steiff Teddy made in China’ or other fake antiques on the desks of traders reach”, bird said. Dubious product sounded the alarm would the experts immediately.
Since its premiere in 2007, the market in Regensburg’s old town attracted roughly 15,000 visitors. Antiques lovers and in the Junk sector the event has acquired in the meantime reputation. This year, the organizers want to again exceed this number.