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Junk or Fortune

Junk or Fortune?

By Carol Ann Wilson


Buried treasures seem to be found in everyone's home, you just need to know where to look. Here's a list of items that may seem like junk to you, but could be very valuable.
Antiques (furniture, carpets, fountain pens, banknotes, dolls, hat pins, stock certificates, toys, cookie cutters, kitchenware, china, glassware, games, currency, linens, and quilts)
Beer Cans
Bottles
Bubblegum cards
Cameras
Cards (baseball, children's games, and playing)
Cartoons
Catalogs
Ceramics
Clocks
Coins
Comics
Dolls (Shirley Temple, Storybook, Barbie, Beanie Babies)
Drawings
Election memorabilia
Elvis memorabilia
First editions and rare books
Figurines
Gems
Guns
Jukeboxes
License plates
Magazines
Movie memorabilia
Music boxes
Newspapers
Photographs
Pinball machines
Pipes
Plates
Political memorabilia
Postcards
Posters
Radios
Records
Science fiction books
Slot machines
Sports memorabilia
Stamps
Tickets to historic events
Toys (all types)
Trains
War memorabilia
Watches

This is not a complete list of items that may be of monetary value and it does not necessarily mean that the items listed above are of value, but it is a list of items that many people overlook when listing assets.