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9 Completely Worthless Collectibles
http://finance.yahoo.com ^ | October 29, 2011 | Jason Notte

Posted on 10/30/2011 3:10:05 AM PDT by lowbridge

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To: trumandogz

“People really collect that crap?”

It’s all kitsch.


51 posted on 10/30/2011 5:29:45 AM PDT by RoadTest (For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.)
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To: F15Eagle

With 0bama they are called ‘restrictor plates’...


52 posted on 10/30/2011 5:30:57 AM PDT by PubliusMM (RKBA; a matter of fact, not opinion. 01-20-2013: Change we can look forward to.)
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To: DemforBush

“... I collect is dustballs under the couch. “tis a bachelor’s life for me)

If the dustbunnies are only under your couch and not everywhere... you are doing a great job! A home has to have a few dustbunnies... gives it that “lived in” look!


53 posted on 10/30/2011 5:33:06 AM PDT by momtothree
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To: momtothree

Back in the day...way back...a “slut” was a bad housekeeper.

Dustbunnies = “slut’s wool”


54 posted on 10/30/2011 5:35:34 AM PDT by bannie ("The gov't that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend upon the support of Paul.")
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To: Truth29

We have quite a few LLadros; fortunately - for the possible future - we’ve securely stored their packing cartons as well.


55 posted on 10/30/2011 5:36:08 AM PDT by ErnBatavia (Obama Voters: Jose Baez wants YOU for his next jury pool.......)
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To: Fresh Wind

2¢ on eBay, includes shipping and handling. BTW, I got a 6 foot HDMI cable on Amazon for 19¢, shipping and handling includled. Works just fine. I think the seller was trying to collect a buncha stars. Gets five from me.


56 posted on 10/30/2011 5:37:31 AM PDT by Lonesome in Massachussets (Ceterum autem censeo, Obama delenda est.)
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57 posted on 10/30/2011 5:37:55 AM PDT by DJ MacWoW (America! The wolves are here! What will you do?)
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To: bannie

Really?! I learn something new on FR every single day! Maybe I’ll completely shock the family today by going down in the basement (it is truly a disaster) and announce, “I FEEL LIKE SUCH A SLUT!” Should get a few gasps and weird looks!


58 posted on 10/30/2011 5:38:09 AM PDT by momtothree
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To: Lonesome in Massachussets

I think HDMI cables are the biggest rip-off on the planet. Even more so if the word “monster” appears on the package.


59 posted on 10/30/2011 5:44:35 AM PDT by Fresh Wind ('People have got to know whether or not their President is a crook.' Richard M. Nixon)
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To: central_va
Is that what I think it is? And if so, where did you get them?

These are complete plates. You can buy <80% complete plates with "drill here" schematics for about $400.00. Sten gun "blank" tubes with drawings are <$100.00.

Try subguns.com forum or Karma metal Co.

Remember to obey all NFA and GCA laws until we can find some Republicans with balls to repeal them and 18 USC 922(o).

60 posted on 10/30/2011 5:45:01 AM PDT by DCBryan1 ("Forget the Lawyers! FIRST YOU MUST kill the journalists!" - Die Ritter, die sagen, "nee"!)
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To: lowbridge
Record collecting could produce enjoyment and be profitable. I concentrated on 45 and 78 RPM records, sung by obscure black groups from 1946 thru 1962. They were called DOOWOPs. I started as a kid in the 50’s and 60’s not realizing the music would still be desirable in the 2000’s. Sold most of them on Ebay and were very profitable.
61 posted on 10/30/2011 5:48:34 AM PDT by duckman (Herman 2012 Zero's worst night mare.)
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To: duckman

Soul is the hot market right now. Some of the real obscurities are bringing insane amounts of money.


62 posted on 10/30/2011 5:51:49 AM PDT by Fresh Wind ('People have got to know whether or not their President is a crook.' Richard M. Nixon)
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To: momtothree

I’ve used it...it gets the expected attention. :D


63 posted on 10/30/2011 6:01:30 AM PDT by bannie ("The gov't that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend upon the support of Paul.")
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To: 30Moves
I had collected a trunk full of late 1940s and 1950s comics that I knew would be valuable someday.
My mom threw them out when we moved back to the states. She needed room for “occupied Japan” pieces...
64 posted on 10/30/2011 6:05:54 AM PDT by Eric in the Ozarks
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To: Fresh Wind
“Some of the real obscurities are bringing insane amounts of money.”

I know, many of the records I picked up on record buying trips, for 5 cents sold for hundreds of dollars on Ebay. Back in the old days the black music was not played on the major white stations, that's probably why they became obscure. If you wanted to listen to them they were on the very end of the AM band. Being from the NJ/NY area, we had a nice selection of stations.

65 posted on 10/30/2011 6:07:09 AM PDT by duckman (Herman 2012 Zero's worst night mare.)
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To: firebrand
anything that has a strange appeal to you and you alone and you don’t know why, anything that evokes nostalgia and will never be made again . . .

Keanu Reeves movies?

66 posted on 10/30/2011 6:14:31 AM PDT by A_perfect_lady (Islam is as Islam does.)
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To: lowbridge

Surprised no one has mentioned “National Geographic” magazines.


67 posted on 10/30/2011 6:15:15 AM PDT by SeaHawkFan
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To: DemforBush
Then again, the only thing I collect is dustballs under the couch. (’tis a bachelor’s life for me!)

Invest in some cats and watch those dustballs grow! The secret ingredient is cat hair. It's like protein for dust bunnies.

68 posted on 10/30/2011 6:17:02 AM PDT by A_perfect_lady (Islam is as Islam does.)
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To: lowbridge
Here's a novel idea. When considering tangible investments why not consider the first and foremost collectible - one that hasn't been made since it's first creation and first production run: land. Once you've got a nice place, consider it's multiple utilities as hedges against any kind of financial downturn:

1. Grow food.
2. Build shelter - often with materials at hand.
3. Heat.
4. Animal protein - domestic and wild.
5. Capital production capabilities - sell your produce or...
6. Strategic protection - rural property has a built-in free fire zone.

On top of that, peripheral investments are low in price manipulation. These include:

1. Low-scale ag implements - tillers, shovels, etc.
2. Raw processing equipment - shellers, grinders, etc.
3. Food processing equipment - pressure canners, dehydrators, etc.
4. Utilities - PV panels, woodstoves, handpumps, generators, etc.
5. Material and supplies - spare parts, hardware, etc.
6. Infrastructure - greenhouse, barn, etc.

Well, Sir, there you go. A genuine inflation proof series of investments to be gotten today at low, low prices and certain in rise in value commensurate to the financial storms outside your hedge fund. As a bonus, as a purchaser, you'll be the fund manager and the usual percentage fee will go right back to you. This is no ordinary “win-win” fund or recommendation. This is a end-of-the-line ‘win-win-win-win-and-continue-to-win-no-matter-ho-bad-it-gets’ kind of fund.

Dump the beanie babies and get thee to a homestead - today!

69 posted on 10/30/2011 6:17:22 AM PDT by WorkingClassFilth (Hey Lefties, expiate your liberal racist guilt, but use your brain: Vote CAIN in 2012!)
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To: R. Scott

I had collected oil company road maps, all fifty states, the provinces of Canada, many of the larger cities and from as many different companies as possible, over 500 maps. When I was in basic training my mother cleaned house and burned all of them. Had all the Louis L’Amour books in paperback, not worth anything, they went up in smoke also.


70 posted on 10/30/2011 6:17:39 AM PDT by W. W. SMITH (Obama is an instrument of enslavement)
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To: firebrand

anything that evokes nostalgia and will never be made again . . .


I collect glass perfume bottles/presentations. Much of my collection is from 1920-30, some earlier,none after about 1955, all by noted glass artists, historically evocative brands, emphasis on the figural. I bought them carefully over 40 years. I limited myself to paying no more than 1/3 of *book*. In 2007, my collection was worth more than 2x what I had paid for it. Since 2008, it is worth about half, IF a buyer existed.

I see wonderful, rare, pristine, historically important pieces up for sale on eBay for 1/3 of their value and the pieces do not sell. It is a fantastic time to buy, of course, but fewer collectors have the extra money and they are savvy enough to wait until the seller is desperate.

These are real, irreplaceable antiques made by recognized masters and many are historical cultural icons, not manufactured *collectibles*.

However, a dedicated website I follow seems to have a better track record and is realizing prices which are closer to real value. That might be the best way to sell, rather than eBay, given good keywords and search engine visibility.

My husband inherited a set of Copenhagen plates from his mother. Next to worthless, from what I can tell.


71 posted on 10/30/2011 6:17:51 AM PDT by reformedliberal
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To: R. Scott

I guess not, but you’d think she’d wait for the knock at the door before giving away all your possessions without consulting you!


72 posted on 10/30/2011 6:18:56 AM PDT by Future Snake Eater (Don't stop. Keep moving!)
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To: SatinDoll

I used to know a guy who owned an art gallery on Union Square in San Francisco. He said that Kinkade was his biggest rival in picking up hot new artists work. Until, of course, Kinkade started turning out paintings by the truck load.

One fun bit from the gallery. One day, this scruffy, smelly bum came in to look around (in San Francisco you don’t turn anybody away). He came back the next day with several companions carrying suitcases. He said, “I’ll take everything on this wall, on this wall and on this wall!” Then his companions opened the suitcases, which were stuffed with hundred dollar bills.

It turned out that the scruffy bum was Jerry Garcia, and his Grateful Dead band roadies were carrying the cash. He bought over a million dollars of art that day.


73 posted on 10/30/2011 6:19:07 AM PDT by jimtorr
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To: firebrand

>anything that has a strange appeal to you and you alone and you don’t know why, anything that evokes nostalgia and will never be made again . . .

I collect Soviet and cold war stuff, medals, tea glasses, postcards, etc. A bunch went up for sale on Ebay, cheap, after the collapse over there.

I plan on leaving it to my nephews, who never knew what it was like to fear them and never had to duck and cover under their elementary school desks in preparation for the nuclear attack that thankfully never came.


74 posted on 10/30/2011 6:19:12 AM PDT by LizardQueen (The world is not out to get you, except in the sense that the world is out to get everyone.)
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To: lowbridge

a search suggests he bought the original artwork Spider-man versus Sandman cover , not a comic book.(1)
This story had another “life” concerning comics in 2009 (2)

(1) http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=5191151

(2)http://www.mainstreet.com/article/lifestyle/beat-stocks-buying-comic-books


75 posted on 10/30/2011 6:21:20 AM PDT by SMGFan
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To: Fresh Wind

Maybe in 100 years, Beanie Babies will be valuable again.


76 posted on 10/30/2011 6:22:28 AM PDT by A_perfect_lady (Islam is as Islam does.)
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To: duckman

My rule of thumb: If the record is cheap and you’ve never seen it before, BUY IT! You get stuck with a lot of trash, but you also get some real gems.

There are plenty of white obscurities too. I always had a preference for rockabilly, hot country, and garage bands.

Back in those days, every kid (black or white) had a fantasy of being the next big star, and most of them never made it, but they certainly tried.


77 posted on 10/30/2011 6:22:32 AM PDT by Fresh Wind ('People have got to know whether or not their President is a crook.' Richard M. Nixon)
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To: ErnBatavia

I have a few LLadros purchased from the factory in Spain. No packing cartons.


78 posted on 10/30/2011 6:24:53 AM PDT by W. W. SMITH (Obama is an instrument of enslavement)
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To: muawiyah
Not always. Several decades ago I did a review of a stamp collection that'd been gathered from castoff envelopes ~ from the 1800s. The collector had been an ambassador from a South American country. He was posted to Washington DC. MY GAWD~~~~~~!!!!!! You know that stuff in the first few pages of just about every catalog book ever published? This collection had ALL THE LISTED variations in every type.
Yeah, those are the finds that keep the treasure hunt interesting ...the stories I could tell of finds I have made! Collections of Civil War letters, diaries, etc. saved from attics, some of which were about to go in the trash.
79 posted on 10/30/2011 6:27:46 AM PDT by conservaterian (Sarah/DeMint '12-XXX= Now what? Cain?)
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To: Fresh Wind
“You get stuck with a lot of trash, but you also get some real gems.”
That didn't happen to me that often, I had several portable phonographs, I would take with me, that were battery operated, so you could hear the record first before you decided to buy. Also I went with several collector buddies that had the same phono’s. So if they were playing something different and I liked it I would grab one out of the stack. I never thought the music would be around that long else I would have picked up multiple copies.
80 posted on 10/30/2011 6:33:35 AM PDT by duckman (Herman 2012 Zero's worst night mare.)
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To: lowbridge
Beautiful heavy metal pharmaceutical pens that reps used to give to doctors will NOT depreciate. The lovely government came along and made it illegal to give those pens and any other medicine promotional items to doctors. So whatever is on the market now is it. Was collecting them when the supply suddenly dried up.

Some light up. Some come in very nice wooden cases. Some have "floating" items in liquid. Some have paper roll out info sheets (Oxycontin). They're pretty cool...

81 posted on 10/30/2011 6:33:40 AM PDT by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin (Freedom is the freedom to discipline yourself so others don't have to do it for you.)
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To: sodpoodle

When my girls were small, the Cabbage Patch crze had just started. I remember one year, before Christmas, there was something called a “Koosa (sp?)”..some special type of Cabbage Patch..the girls wanted it..I, and my two secretaries, spent the betetr part of a week calling all over the tri-state area trying to find two of them..Finally, got lucky, paid like 3x retail, plus FedEX costs, to get them here for Christmas..a week later, they ended up in the attic, where they stayed for the next 20 years, until we sold the house.<{>
I think a lot of the collectible craze is fueled buy the “Antiques Roadshow” syndrome..


82 posted on 10/30/2011 6:37:23 AM PDT by ken5050 (Cain/Gingrich 2012!!! because sharing a couch with Pelosi is NOT the same as sharing a bed with her)
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To: sodpoodle
When my girls were small, the Cabbage Patch crze had just started. I remember one year, before Christmas, there was something called a "Koosa (sp?)"..some special type of Cabbage Patch..the girls wanted it..I, and my two secretaries, spent the betetr part of a week calling all over the tri-state area trying to find two of them..Finally, got lucky, paid like 3x retail, plus FedEX costs, to get them here for Christmas..a week later, they ended up in the attic, where they stayed for the next 20 years, until we sold the house.

I think a lot of the collectible craze is fueled by the "Antiques Roadshow" syndrome..

83 posted on 10/30/2011 6:37:58 AM PDT by ken5050 (Cain/Gingrich 2012!!! because sharing a couch with Pelosi is NOT the same as sharing a bed with her)
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To: duckman

Back many moons ago I hid some records from my Sister because she played them all day long the guy sounded like a hound dog baying at the moon.

Our mother passed away and we cleaned out the old house and I remembered hiding them, They were some of Elvis Presley’s first records!


84 posted on 10/30/2011 6:41:30 AM PDT by Lees Swrd ("Arms discourage and keep the invader and plunderer in awe and preserve order in the world as well")
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To: lowbridge

"Do we have to bring mistrust and suspicion into this?"

85 posted on 10/30/2011 6:41:37 AM PDT by Joe 6-pack (Que me amat, amet et canem meum)
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To: 30Moves

“I put my son through Helicopter Pilot school by selling my late husband’s childhood model train collection.”

My Father-in-Law has hundreds and I do mean hundreds of model train sets, including Anniversary issues such as a rare gold plated engine. He buys at least one new set every month at a Train collectors club. Its all worth a fortune, and we get it all someday.


86 posted on 10/30/2011 6:44:49 AM PDT by NavyCanDo
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To: lowbridge

The only thing I successfully collected was debt.


87 posted on 10/30/2011 6:49:30 AM PDT by coolbreeze (giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teen-age boys.)
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To: Lees Swrd

“They were some of Elvis Presley’s first records!”
If they were on the SUN label and either a 45 of 78 and MINT they could be worth in the thousands each. 78’s usually brought in less money than the 45 of the very same song.


88 posted on 10/30/2011 6:56:23 AM PDT by duckman (Herman 2012 Zero's worst night mare.)
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To: lowbridge

Then there is me.

I’m sitting on my collection of hundreds of pristine AOL floppy disks and CD’s. They are all still in the cover, still in the cellophane, mint condition.

Some are in cardboard, some in plastic boxes and a few are in substantial metal boxes

Once again the market value of AOL has plummeted and the hoped for death appears possible.

When AOL dies...... I’ll be rich! Rich I tell you! rich!


89 posted on 10/30/2011 6:59:19 AM PDT by bert (K.E. N.P. +12 ..posted from the great river road)
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To: Joann37

http://www.oneidadispatch.com/articles/2011/10/24/business/doc4ea6119b2c298073480289.txt

Steuben crystal closing November 29th!!!

Never had the wedding crystal, porcelain & silverware. Wouldn’t have used it. Part of that ‘keeping up with the Joneses’ in the 50’s & 60’s.


90 posted on 10/30/2011 7:00:56 AM PDT by sodpoodle (Cain - touching the better angels of our nature. Newt - knowledge is power.)
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To: conservaterian

American Pickers and Pawn Stars are both fake. Fun to watch but totaly scripted.

You don’t just walk into a pawn shop and not notice the cameras, light reflectors, sound equipment and drop your Nordon Bombsight on the counter. The natural reaction is to look at the camera and say “Am I on TV?”.

Knowing two people who have gone to the store - they say there is a rope line to even get in, you won’t see the Pawn Stars guys in the store unless they are filming, and when they are filming the store is shut down. A good portion of the store is taken up with Pawn Star souvenirs like Chumlee t-shirts - something you wont see on the TV camera angles. And museum currators don’t just show up at Pawn Shops to check if an item is real. They would never have the time to work at the museum. And many of the items so I’ve read are actually from the area museums used only as props for the show. They go back after the filming and phony sale. Fun show anyway


91 posted on 10/30/2011 7:03:23 AM PDT by NavyCanDo
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To: lowbridge

I collect the little notes my kids write when they’re little that say “I love you, Daddy.”

Priceless.


92 posted on 10/30/2011 7:05:14 AM PDT by EternalVigilance ('If man is not governed by God, he will be ruled by tyrants.' -- William Penn)
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To: Fresh Wind

I just bought one for $5 at an antique store. They had a slew of them, still with the tags on.


93 posted on 10/30/2011 7:05:35 AM PDT by Rusty0604
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To: Lonesome in Massachussets

There is a truly great collection of Norman Rockwell paintings in a specially built gallery in the National Museum of Scouting at the HQ of the Boy Scouts of America in Irving Texas


94 posted on 10/30/2011 7:06:00 AM PDT by bert (K.E. N.P. +12 ..posted from the great river road)
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To: Fresh Wind

That may not be a collectors but it is a classic!!!


95 posted on 10/30/2011 7:07:05 AM PDT by Morgana ("Since using your shampoo my hair has come alive!" ----Medusa)
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To: duckman
Oh my! You mean those 10,000 records stored in my garage may be worth something? I have been dreading paying someone to haul them away, they weigh a ton. They are probably too old to be really valuable, altho some are by Caruso and might be worth a bit. They are 33 1/3 and 78’s. Also have hand crank phonographs...gad, what a mess!
96 posted on 10/30/2011 7:10:08 AM PDT by pepperdog (Why are Democrats Afraid of a Voter ID Law?)
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To: conservaterian
Several years ago, shortly after my grandparents passed away, my mom and aunts were cleaning out their house. I stopped in to see if they needed any help, and they gave me a bunch of boxes to haul to the dumpster.

As I was carrying them out, I glanced inside and spotted an old iridescent glass inkwell that my grandfather always kept on his desk. Going back inside, I asked if I could keep it (I just wanted it for sentimental reasons), and was told I could.

A few months ago, I was watching Pawn Stars and spotted a similar inkwell sitting on a shelf. I looked it up online and it turns out that it was made by an Austro-Hungarian company sometime between 1890 and 1910. It's estimated value is somewhere between $800-1000, but I doubt I'll ever sell it.

97 posted on 10/30/2011 7:11:00 AM PDT by Stonewall Jackson (Democrats: "You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.")
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To: ken5050

I have moved many, many times over the years and culled the cr@p from the ‘collectibles’, mostly souvenirs.

Will never part with my kids’ art and sculpture efforts - have dragged them from pillar to post for decades. I’m sure they will have a good laugh & a few tears when they sort it out from my ‘estate’.

After watching those “Hoarder” shows - I am motivated to check my shoe boxes;)


98 posted on 10/30/2011 7:12:49 AM PDT by sodpoodle (Cain - touching the better angels of our nature. Newt - knowledge is power.)
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To: lowbridge

Buy vintage firearms they almost never lose their value. My collection has doubled in value since 2001.


99 posted on 10/30/2011 7:13:51 AM PDT by gunsmithkat (There is no such thing as Too Many Guns)
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To: pepperdog
“They are probably too old to be really valuable,”
That's not true, there is usually someone out there interested in buying. I can only speak to RnB from my previous post. You should go on to Ebay and determine the ‘action’ against similar records. Remember that the condition determines the value as well as scarcity. I had a few Caruso 78rpm picture disks which sold very well.
100 posted on 10/30/2011 7:17:32 AM PDT by duckman (Herman 2012 Zero's worst night mare.)
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