Can You Guess How Much These Antiques Are Worth?

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Ever wanted to get your hands on a Gucci Typewriter? Are you dying to own a 1st Edition Harry Potter book? Or maybe you're meant to be strutting some vintage Air Jordans? From cooking jars and copper cookware to vintage comics and computers, we bet you won't be able to guess how much these antiques are really worth!

How much would you really need to dish out to win these beauties at auction? Open your pocketbook, and let's start a bidding war!

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1. Not for playing! The Beanie Babies toy, Lobster Named Pinchers (1993), now costs you...

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  1. Up to $35,000
  2. Up to $50
Only bet $50? You went too low! An original Pinchers in mint condition can sell for up to $35,000 on eBay! If you think that's an exaggeration, other limited-edition Beanie Babies can go for up to half a million dollars!
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2. Master chefs know that Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" (1961) is worth every penny for...

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  1. Up to $2,000
  2. Up to $500
If you only bid $500, someone outbid you! You're talking about an original version of Child's iconic cookbook, after all. Getting your hands on one of these is priceless. If the book has an original jacket, it could be worth more than $2,000!
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3. If you want to jam to Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Vinyl Record (1967), you're in luck! You only need...

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  1. Up to $60,000
  2. Up to $500
If you bet $60,000, you probably overpaid, although not necessarily! While the Beatle's seminal 1967 vinyl record can go for up to $290,500, the vast majority sell for under $500.
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4. Cuddle this American Girl Samantha Doll for the low price of...

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  1. Up to $15,000
  2. Up to $3,000
Samantha, one of the original American Girl dolls, can go for thousands of dollars if in mint condition (accessories included). $15,000, however, is a bit of an overbid!
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5. This Special Edition Cereal Box: Corn Flakes With Instant Bananas (1965) is nothing to scoff at when you end up paying...

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  1. Up to $8
  2. Up to $800
It turns out that cereal box collectors will pay good money for a 1965 CornFlakes With Instant Bananas. How much? These babies go for up to $800 on eBay! (Cereal not included.)
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6. For the Jetsons Vintage Lunchbox (1963), dig into your pockets for this bargain price:

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  1. Up to $750
  2. Up to $20,000
If you bet $20,000, you overpaid... by just a little. The Jetsons Vintage Lunchbox won't go for thousands of dollars, but you'd have to bet hundreds to get one! After all, according to "The Smithsonian", The Jetsons "stands as the single most important piece of 20th century futurism".
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7. This classic New England Glass Company Vintage Perfume Bottle (1800s) is a STEAL for only...

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  1. Up to $8000
  2. Up to $250
If you bet $800, you outbid! Who doesn't love a vintage perfume bottle? A perfume bottle from the 19th century in good condition can go up to $250. Not bad for a glass flask!
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8. Blast from the past! Prepare to pay high for this mint-condition Beauty and the Beast VHS (1991).

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  1. Up to $35
  2. Up to $1,000
Did you bet $330? Someone outbid you! You might be hard-pressed to find a device that will play this Disney classic, but after acquiring the VHS for $1,000, it would certainly be worth the effort!
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9. Take these Hot Wheels Treasure Hunt cars (1995) for a spin for only...

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  1. Up to $800
  2. Up to $4,600
If you bet $4,600, you probably overpaid. But hey, we get it! These 1990s toys are true classics! A complete set of them can easily cost you one grand!
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10. Send your mail in style with 1997 Bugs Bunny Stamps for...

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  1. Up to $25
  2. Up to $90
What's up, Doc? Did you bet $25? You underpaid, by a lot! And if paying up to $90 for a set of 1997 stamps seems like a lot, you clearly don't appreciate the charm of Bugs Bunny.
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11. Indulge yourself with the Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk (Early 20th Century) for the exorbitant price of...

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  1. Up to $15,000
  2. Up to $500
If you tried to get away with paying five grand for this beauty, you came away disappointed! An early 20th century Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk goes for nearly $20,000! Why? There's nothing better than a Louis Vuitton!
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12. 90s kids get a kick out of this Peter Pan Polly Pocket (1997) for the low price of...

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  1. Up to $300
  2. Up to $1075
$1075 is too much for a Peter Pan Polly Pocket! These 1990s toy masterpieces sell for $300 a pop, in good condition that is!
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13. Grammar enthusiasts will look the other way, but for a Kansas "In God We Rust" Quarter (2005), you only need...

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  1. Up to $100
  2. $0.25
Did you try to pay a quarter for a quarter? Then you've underestimated their worth! For a short time in 2005, due to a coin pressing machine error, the first "T" on a batch of Kansas state quarters was erased. The resulting "In God We Rust" quarters now go for $100 a piece.
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14. This simple yet classic Vintage Pyrex Bowl (Early 20th Century) can be yours for only...

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  1. Up to $250
  2. Up to $2,000
We know that spending money on nice mixing bowls is important, but you don't have to spend thousands! $250 should get you a couple of these vintage beauties.
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15. Mad Men, here we come! This Gucci Olivetti Vintage Typewriter (1960s) fetches a nice price for...

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  1. Up to $1,500
  2. Up to $640
We hope you didn't underestimate the price of this classic! To get a vintage typewriter like this, and in good condition, you'll need to dish out around $1,500! Or you could just buy yourself a good quality laptop. Whatever floats your boat.
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16. These Air Jordans (1980s) can be yours for the slam-dunk price of...

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  1. Up to $1,000
  2. Up to $480
Half a thousand dollars isn't enough to acquire a pair of early Air Jordans in mint condition! You'll need to double that. Of course, if you want a newer pair, you're only looking at spending a couple hundred.
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17. It may not look like much, but this Hopalong Cassidy Cookie Jar (1950s) goes for...

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  1. Up to $65 
  2. Up to $1,500
Did you bet $65? You're out of luck! A vintage Hopalong Cassidy Cookie Jar will cost you more than $1,000! If you do acquire one, we doubt you'll use it for cookies!
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18. Bring a smile to your face (but not your wallet) with a complete set of three Super Mario McDonald's Happy Meals (1990) for...

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  1. Up to $45
  2. Up to $300
Thought you could get away for under $100? You thought wrong. Today's Happy Meals go for under $4.00, but if you want a complete set from 1990, you'll have to pay up to $300!
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19. A first-edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (1998) can put you under its spell for...

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  1. Up to $750
  2. Up to $100
Chances are, you'll have to pay nearly $1,000 to acquire a first edition Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone! We're talking the original, British version of course! The U.S. version was re-titled to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
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20. Nostalgic tech collectors are willing to pay this pretty price for an Apple 1 Computer (1980)...

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  1. Up to $500
  2. Up to $900,000
If you bet $500, chances are you've bet too low! A first edition Apple computer can go for nearly 1 million dollars, if in mint condition!
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21. Love classic cinema? Then you'd be willing to pay this hefty amount for a vintage King Kong Movie Poster (1933)...

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  1. Up to $75,000
  2. Up to $250
Don't be cheap! A 1933 King Kong Movie Poster can go for $75,000! It is, after all, a piece of art.
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22. Sleek. Simple. Stylish. Don a reasonably-priced Stetson Hat (1960s) for only...

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  1. Up to $175
  2. Up to $20,000
Did you bet $20,000? You've overpaid. A 1960s Stetson original will run you roughly $175 today. And, boy, will you be styling!
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23. Put your smartphone to the side and find out the weather from your Vintage Weathervane (1800s) for...

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  1. Up to $2,000
  2. Up to $60
Thought you could get away with $60? A true, vintage weathervane form the 1800s might run you a couple thousand, if not more! What can we say, rust is in style!
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24. These unique Violet-Colored Mason Jars (1905) will cost you a pretty penny for...

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  1. Up to $400
  2. Up to $45
Why do violet-colored mason jars cost up to $400? Mason jars just don't come in violet, anymore. And what a beautiful color it is!
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25. Keep your collector costs down with this Vintage Wooden Pepsi Crates (Early 1900s) for the fair price of:

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  1. Up to $42,000
  2. Up to $200
Relax, you won't have to spend thousands on a vintage wooden Pepsi crate. $200 will do! If you want a slightly newer one -- from the 50s and 60s -- you can get away with $20!
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26. These Vintage Boy Scouts Badges are worth every penny -- Scout's honor!

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  1. Up to $45
  2. Up to $250
Sorry, $45 won't cut it. Vintage boy scout badges are worth their weight in gold, almost literally. You'll have to dish out a couple hundred if you want a true antique.
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27. We're not sure how well it works, but this commonplace Vintage Vacuum (Early 1900s) looks like it costs...

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  1. Up to $1,000
  2. Up to $40,000
Don't get too excited about old cleaning appliances! $40,000 would be a bit much, don't you think? $1,000 is more than enough to get you a turn-of-the century vintage vacuum.
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28. Love baseball? Dig deep into your pockets to acquire this Autographed Roberto Clemente Baseball Card (1950s) for...

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  1. Up to $400
  2. Up to $5,000
$450 just won't cut it. Baseball legend, Roberto Clemente, made his debut with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1955. To get your hands on an autographed card, you'll have to part with $5,000 or more!
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29. It's old, but still quite commonplace. Copper Cookware (1800s) is a great deal at...

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  1. Up to $6000
  2. Up to $100
Copper cookware may be making a comeback, but you won't have to spend $6000 on a pot. $100 is likely to get you a good-quality piece from the 1800s.
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30. Don't let anyone call your bluff! These Vintage Playing Cards (1800s) will only cost you...

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  1. Up to $400
  2. Up to $35,000
Poker time? A nice set of vintage playing cards from the 1800 can cost you hundreds, even thousands, of dollars! But $35,000 is a clear overbid.
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31. Star Wars collectors can't live without them, but Vintage Star Wars Legos (1999) will only go for...

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  1. Up to $1,000
  2. Up to $5,000
We know it's tempting to bid $5,000 on Star Wars Legos, but good news! You'll only have to spend about a grand to get yourself a set. May the force be with you!
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32. Uh-oh! This Vintage Mickey Mouse Pin (1970s) may be small, but it will cost you...

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  1. Up to $99
  2. Up to $500
If you're a true Disney fan, you'll know that vintage pins go for much more than $100! Even $500 might not be enough to get the pin you're looking for. Want an example? The “Hidden Mickey” pin from 1971 sold for $12,000!
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33. True fashion never dies, like this Vogue Paris Vintage Sewing Pattern (1960s) that goes for the bargain price of...

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  1. Up to $600
  2. Up to $100
How far would you go for fashion? The good news is that you wouldn't have to spend $600 for a sewing pattern of this caliber. The bad news? You will have to dish out between $75 and $100! They just don't make clothes like they used to.
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34. They don't look like much, but these pieces of Bakelite Costume Jewelry (Early 20th Century) will now go for...

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  1. Up to $500
  2. Up to $50
Bakelite won't cost you as much as a diamond ring, but it will cost you a pretty penny! Forget $50, and think between $300 to $500! Back in the early 20th century, of course, these pieces sold for under $1!
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35. Comic collectors can get their hands on the Amazing Spiderman Comic #1 (1963) for the fair price of...

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  1. Up to $12,000
  2. Up to $500,000
Did you bet $500,000? Your enthusiasm is appreciated, but you may have overpaid, by just a tad. As beautiful as an original Amazing Spiderman Comic is, you'll only have to pay $12,000 to acquire one. What a deal!
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36. The doctor's in! These vintage Apothecary Bottles (1800s) are worth every penny for...

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  1. Up to $60
  2. Up to $20
Like old perfume bottles, old apothecary bottles are nothing to scoff at. If you bid $20, you're out of luck! Vintage 1800s apothecary bottles can run you up to $60!
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37. Film the ultimate home movie with this Vintage Video Camera (1950s) that goes for the very dear price of...

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  1. Up to $80
  2. Up to $80,000
Good luck getting a vintage 1950s video camera for $80! These babies can run up to $80,000! Who knows, maybe your favorite old Hollywood flicks were filmed on them.
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38. Once worn only by truckers, these Vintage Trucker Hats (Mid 20th Century) have become a premium fashion item that sells upwards of...

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  1. Up to $20
  2. Up to $1,000
Forget $20! As it turns out, not all Trucker hats are made alike. Those that are truly in demand can cost you $1,000! That's high fashion!
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39. Gotta catch 'em all? Pokemon Cards (1990s) are all yours if you're willing to shill out...

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  1. Up to $15,000
  2. Up to $60
Sorry, $60 just won't cut it. Don't underestimate the value of a rare Pokemon card. Collectors will pay well over $15,000 for one that is truly in demand.
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40. Hang this "charming" Vintage German-Made Cuckoo Clock (Early 20th Century) on your wall for the low price of...

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  1. Up to $300,000
  2. Up to $3,000
We know it's tempting to spend your life savings on one of these beauties, but the good news is that you'll only have to dish out around $3,000! Of course, you'll also have to find a clockmaker who can repair it, as needed.
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41. Bring a touch of luxury to your living room with a Tiffany Lamp (1900s) for the exclusive price of...

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  1. Up to $450
  2. Up to $5,000
An authentic Tiffany Lamp is worth a pretty penny. While you might be able to get a Tiffany-style lamp for well under $450, a genuine one will cost you $5,000, easily!
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42. Compact size, compact price. You only need to pay THIS for an Elvis Presley Vintage Cassette Tape (Mid 20th Century)...

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  1. Up to $20,000
  2. Up to $200
No need to spend $20,000 on a vintage Elvis Presley cassette. $200 will do just fine.
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43. Keep your leftovers fresh in stylish Vintage Tupperware (1970s) for this affordable price...

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  1. Up to $30 a piece
  2. Up to $2500 a piece
If modern Tupperware doesn't do it for you, we've got good news! You can pick up some 1970s originals for the bargain price of $30 a piece!
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44. This 1st Edition Charlotte's Webb (1952) will make a great addition to your library, if you're willing to bid...

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  1. Up to $2,000
  2. Up to $130
There are no ifs or buts about it. A classic is a classic. And you'll pay for it, too. Bet $130, and you'll fall tragically short. A 1st Edition Charlotte's Webb will cost you up to $2,000!
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45. Loud yet adorable, the Original Furby (1998) will be your best friend for the fair price of...

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  1. Up to $65
  2. Up to $700
The cost of an original Furby changes according to which variation you're looking for. But $65 is almost certainly not going to do the trick. You're looking at between $500 and $800 for limited-edition varieties.
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46. Spicing up your life is easy with this Spice Girls Doll Set (1997) for the low price of...

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  1. Up to $22,000
  2. Up to $150
Stop right there! A Spice Girls doll set might not cost you $22,000, but it is worth around $150! Not too shabby!
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47. Ding! Take your fresh-baked cookies out of your vintage Easy-Bake Oven (1990s) for...

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  1. Up to $35
  2. Up to $300
You'll have to invest up to $300 for a 90s-era Easy-Bake Oven. For that price, of course, you might as well invest in the real thing.
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48. Tickle Me Elmo (1996) isn't that old yet, so you can still get your hands on him for this bargain price:

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  1. Up to $60
  2. Up to $5000
Who doesn't remember Sesame Street fondly? Here's the good news: $60 is enough to get you a mint-condition Tickle Me Elmo! No need to bid up to $5000!
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49. Refresh your wardrobe with a Vintage Coca-Cola T-Shirt (1980s) for...

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  1. Up to $60
  2. Up to $25
Coca-Cola might not be high fashion, but Coca-Cola acolytes will still spend up to $60 for a vintage t-shirt. All for the joy of Cola!
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50. Even though they don't look like much, these Vintage Fire Crackers will make a BIG boom in your bank account:

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  1. Up to $200,000
  2. Up to $20
Don't hold back! A mint-condition vintage firecracker collection can cost you up to $200,000. We assure you, they'll make some noise.
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