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Top Ten Lowest-Ever Appraised Items On Antiques Roadshow
(submitted by ?)
Old gym socks worn by Magic Johnson's neighbor.
George Washinton's Belly Button Lint.
Larry King's mastodon teeth necklace.
(The Frunkus Kid)
Sweat collection from "World's Strongest Man" competitions from the last 30 years.
Monica Lewinsky's stapler.
The Franklin Mint's Michael Dukakis commemorative coin set.
This painting is stolen. I estimate it's worth a $500,000 fine and 3 to 6 years.
Pauly Shore's career.
(The Incognito Penguin)
An Unopened Can Of New Coke: $1.03
(Micklin T. Rahe, Appraised At Around $4,000-$5,000)
A small circular copper engraving of Abraham Lincoln that says "In God We Trust"
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