Unbelievable Examples Of Lucky People Who Found The Best Things In Thrift Stores
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Some people think thrift stores, yard sales and flea markets are nothing but places to find piles of junk that other people don't want. Others see them as veritable treasure troves full of goodies just waiting to be discovered. And as you can see from this list compiled by Bored Panda, it seems like both of those camps are correct. Because while some lucky folks have managed to find signed copies of Hemingway novels and Arnold Palmer's old trunk, other people have parted with their well-earned cash for...well...just see for yourself.
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I love the local thrift stores. Among the goodies found...
- Dale Earnhardt 1979 Pontiac Ventura #15 die cast, mint condition
- End table made from scrap wood that I stripped & refinished
- Dmitri Shostakovich complete quartets, 6 cd set
- Unsigned watercolor of Roman ruins capriccio
- G M Trevelyan History Of England, three paperback set from library of Pennsylvania state senator Harris Woffard
- Elegant matching lamps with butterflies and tree flowers
- Marilyn Stokstad History Of Art in perfect condition for $3 ($120 new)
- Persian rug for $2. Holds room together.
2:37 OMG My grandmother had that EXACT SAME ring! It is an emerald flower with a diamond in the middle and a golden ring! And hers cost about 1,000$ because it came with a necklace and bracelet. The necklace is now mine, along with a gold and copper leaf shaped ring.
Look at Smeagol at 3:01 and look at this cardboard cutout of Smeagle with this crazy woman
And in that video skip to (2:51)
Coincidence? I don't think so.
2:20 ooo my twin went there on a field trip. I went to le American history museum (everyone went to different museum depending on what period you had with le science teacher, I was 1st period and my sis was 2nd period.)
I once bought a Wakizashi (a Japanese sword) with a sharp 40 cm blade for 25 €. In Germany. They didn't even want to see my ID card - you are not allowed to own such weapons until you are 18. I was 19 but they didn't even want to know. You are also not allowed to carry weapons around in Germany. I carried it with me the whole day because I was in that town with my friends and we didn't drive home before the evening. That was funny, all the people wanted to know if it's real and I just said yes. Those glances - priceless! :D
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