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SF Vintage Paper Fair



Things that constitute the majority of my mail: Trader Joe’s Fearless Flyers, credit card offers, Golden Gate Bridge toll invoices, and DirecTV bills for that guy who lived here two tenants ago. Then, one day, a card. Ahh… the joy of getting a card in the mail! Don’t you want to bring that kind of joy into another person’s life? Well, the perfect opportunity is coming up this weekend at the Vintage Paper Fair. The event has one of the West Coast's largest selection of postcards, trade cards, photography, transportation and sports memorabilia and all other interesting old paper. Don’t get me wrong, receiving cards — any cards — is great. But why not aim to send out a card that won’t be discarded — shoot for the stars.. or the mantle… or the fridge…

If You Go:

When: Saturday, January 7 from 10am to 6pm and Sunday, January 8 from 11am to 5pm
Where: Golden Gate Park County Fair Building 9th Ave and Lincoln
Cost: Free
vintagepaperfair.com

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