Marché aux timbres

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Every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, free your inner geek at the Marché aux Timbres (stamp market) on the Champs Elysées (corner of avenues Gabriel and Marigny). Aside from millions of stamps from across the world, you’ll find old postcards, some with hand written messages, others simply yellowed by the passing of time.  Stamp collecting is serious business in France, so expect lots of professionals scouring the stalls, as well as parents with children looking for something special to treasure. The market also opens on most bank holidays.

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Venue name: Marché aux timbres
Address: Avenue Marigny
8e
Paris

Opening hours: Thu, Sat-Sun 8am-7.30pm
Transport: Métro Saint-Philippe-du-Roule

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No idea how these little stalls are still going yet they're on avenue Marigny every week as usual. Nice to browse if you're passing by - and don't miss a peek through the windows at the defunct Theatre Marigny.