Man sells memorabilia at Brooklyn Flea at Fort Greene

A Bronx man comes to Brooklyn Flea at Fort Greene every Saturday to sell some of his most prized possessions. News 12 spoke with Dan

The house is filled with an endless supply

The house is filled with an endless supply of memorabilia and souvenirs, everything from old-fashion polaroid cameras to a vintage letterpress.

BROOKLYN - A Bronx man comes to Brooklyn Flea at Fort Greene every Saturday to sell some of his family’s most prized possessions.

News 12 spoke with Dan Treiber, who started his business, called Dan's Parent's House, about five years ago after he bought his parent's City Island home.

The house is filled with an endless supply of memorabilia and souvenirs, everything from old-fashion polaroid cameras to a vintage letterpress.

Treiber has made a career out of selling his family's antiques.

He says his goal is to sell people's childhoods back to them and make them smile

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