The goblin market before the one on Powis SquareEdit
The goblin market on Powis SquareEdit
The market was located at a Victorian house, which was being renovated, in Powis Square. James Gallagher found out about this market without the help of Zachary Palmer. He asked his cleaning lady Sonya for directions to Powis Square.
The goblin market on Villa RoadEdit
Peter and Lesley attended a market inside a Victorian terraced house on Villa Road, near Brixton. The entrance was first through the door in the half basement and then out in the back garden. In the garden there was a crisp autumn afternoon, despite it being winter on Villa Road. There they met Effra and Oberon, in the pub. They also spoke to a goth girl called Hyacinth, who knew much about figurines. Sometimes she does business with Kevin Nolan, buying things from The Unbreakable Empire Pottery Company.
A young man with ginger hair and a very old tweed suit sold books. Among them were a copy of Samuel Erasmus Wolfe's Exotica, from 1911, and a 18th-century reprint of Méric Casaubon's On Credulity and Incredulity in Things natural, civil and divine. He had no copy of the Principia, and claimed he had never seen one. Peter thought that he was lying.
The goblin market on Athlone StreetEdit
Peter and Lesley went to a market at Athlone Street in Kentish Town, where they had a magic fight with Varvara Sidorovna. The girl who worked in the entrance, was one of the waitresses in the bar at the last goblin market (the one on Villa Road).