From antiques, to practical tools, to quirky decorations and everything in between, you’ll never know what you’ll find during Trash and Treasure. (Photo: Francis Tessier-Burns).

In photos: Trash and Treasure VKH

On Saturday, June 3, tables of people’s supposed trash were on display for others to sift through and find treasures. (All photos: Francis Tessier-Burns).

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