Here's my haul:
The printer's tray was $40, which I thought was a steal. What I didn't think was where I'm going to hang it but I'm sure I'll work that out eventually.
I picked up some more kitsets from JWT Dollshouses, very reasonably priced
and a bag of letter beads, in brighter colours than the ones I already have, for $2.
Table-mate Jennifer was having a clean out of her collection so I grabbed these three bags of bits for $3 each.
Mountain Miniatures had a bundle of back issues of The tiny Times, going back to issue 2, for $2: so I snapped it up to complete my collection.
For quite a lot more than $2, but still a very good price. I bought Adelaide's paper-cutting machine. She gave me the instruction booklet to bring home but we decided I won't collect the machine until the weekend of my birthday, when she'll be attending my weekend mini-gathering at Div's place and will be able to give me some lessons on how to use it.
These modern rugs were 50 cents each from Mountain Miniatures. And, from the same stall I picked up these bar pieces for $3 the set
and this set of industrial kitchen fittings, also $3.
Finally, and also at Mountain Miniatures, this collection of vintage 1/16 scale furniture appeared on Sunday morning. It's a mix of Europa and Jean, with many pieces over-painted. After a little bargaining it became mine for $50. I've promised Rebecca decent pictures, as she's researching the history of Europa so will be doing a separate blog post on them.And, apart from the school, that's it.