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Old 11-01-2010, 05:14 PM   #1
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Sleeping beauty had some surprises!!

After taking out 3/4 of the birch panelling and some insulation, I did run across a few vintage mementos if you will. These were actually found under the kitchen cabinet along with a 1945 penny. Not the cigar box filled with old notes(cash), but nevertheless, a fun find!
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cool this is a enjoyable project to watch
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It is like a treasure hunt. In our old 1979 trailer we found some very old canned drinks behind the cabinet drawers at the kitchen sink. A couple still had the drink and the others had pin holes and the drink was gone. Have fun digging. We never found the box of gold or anything else.

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Ah love old stuff like that, its the little things i find facinating.
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If you take those old notes and coins to a collector, depending on their condition... You might find the project costing a lot less.

Try google: Coin Collectors ZIP (Where ZIP is your zip code)
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May you find more things like that. You are doing very well on her. Joe
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