Two Students Spent $1.20 In A Thrift Store – Then Realized They’d Bought Prized Pieces Of History

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In August 2017 two students were digging around in a thrift store when they stumbled upon a bunch of rare historical artifacts. And after they snapped them up for a mere $1.20, they now look set to reap astronomical profits. In fact, their discovery was pretty much out of this world.

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Talia Rappa and Skyer Ashworth, bought the items at a closing-down sale of a Salvation Army store in Titusville, Florida. Both students are enrolled at Florida colleges, and the lucky find will help pay for part of their tuition fees.

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What’s more, the items the pair purchased are so valuable that a prestigious museum has offered to auction them. And they could fetch as much as $20,000. Indeed, Ashworth and Rappa seem to have stumbled on the thrift find of a lifetime.

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