Audrey Wallace of Lexington, left, waited as Bruce Zalkin inspected and appraised some vintage bathroom fixtures for a doll house Saturday. The fixtures and some metal cars from the 1940s and '50s sold for $165. Zalkin bought the items at the Antique Toy & Doll Buying Show in Lexington, which continues through Tuesday.
Audrey Wallace of Lexington, left, waited as Bruce Zalkin inspected and appraised some vintage bathroom fixtures for a doll house Saturday. The fixtures and some metal cars from the 1940s and '50s sold for $165. Zalkin bought the items at the Antique Toy & Doll Buying Show in Lexington, which continues through Tuesday. Lexington Herald-Leader
Audrey Wallace of Lexington, left, waited as Bruce Zalkin inspected and appraised some vintage bathroom fixtures for a doll house Saturday. The fixtures and some metal cars from the 1940s and '50s sold for $165. Zalkin bought the items at the Antique Toy & Doll Buying Show in Lexington, which continues through Tuesday. Lexington Herald-Leader

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October 20, 2012 04:47 PM

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