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Thorolds Bookshop began in 1904 as a shop selling sewing machines and a few books. It later developed into a full fledged bookstore run by Frank Thorold. More than a century old, the store has a wide range of rare and valuable books and acts as a supplier for important clients like Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Wits universities. Run by Neillen van Kraayenburg, who has vast experience in the industry of law books, it is now one of the principle suppliers to important Johannesburg law firms. Along with law books, the place also sells books on topics like travel history, art, military, South African history and architecture.
Situated next to the Smuts House Museum, this is one of the best flea markets around. There are paintings by local art students, beautiful hand-made CD stands, magazine holders, and spice racks. The African bracelets, anklets and hand painted cloths are especially outstanding. Bring plenty of cash as you will definitely want to splurge here. Make sure you check out the deli section with fantastic food stalls and live jazz music.