Found at a flea-market I first laughed at this picture thinking; “Wow, that’s going to be around awhile waiting for that one special buyer”. Not your everyday wall adornment this would strictly be for a conversation piece alone. It’s common to run across hard-to-find strange one-of-a-kind items at your everyday run-of-the-mill weekend flea-markets. I saw not one but multiple copies in different sizes of this one poster now thinking “If it didn’t sell they wouldn’t have so many copies”.
This was by no means your everyday run-of-the-mill weekend flea-market, this is an EVERYDAY flea-market that offers boat rides to and from this once inhabited history filled former county seat island. So wonder no more, once you’ve toured this incredible island’s ten historic streets gazing upon the remains of their past lives you too might find yourself considering one of these for your souvenir of such a fantastic place to visit as Indian Key.
You can find this framed 1840 street map ready for hanging of one of Florida’s least visited State Parks. Simply go to Robbie’s Marina flea-market at Mile Marker 77.5 bayside on US-1.