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The Road to Happy Days: A Memoir of Life on the Road as an Antique Toy Dealer

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In 1971, my family of four left the bustle of the city for the suburbs of Long Island where we discovered the world of garage sales and flea markets. Before long we were a part of the action, creating Happy Days, a 30-year family business entailing the buying and selling of antique and collectible toys.

We never thought that our middle class suburban family would traverse the United States and the globe encountering humorous and surprising situations wherever we went. After all, who would suspect that something as innocent as selling children's playthings would lead to dealing with mobsters, actors, dreamers, schemers and at least one murderer?

Product Details

ISBN:
9781440104541
Publisher:
iUniverse.com
Subject:
Antiques & Collectibles : Toys
Author:
Sadagursky, Stephanie
Publication Date:
April 2009
Binding:
eBooks
Language:
English

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Biography » Business
Hobbies, Crafts, and Leisure » Antiques » General
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