What's in your attic?
According to the paper two precious rarities had surfaced at the booth by mid-week.
"I had (an envelope) signed by Charles Lindbergh - lady didn't know she had it ... Then I had a whole (stamp) collection that was left to somebody by a relative who passed. It was complete U.S. collection from number one on to almost the 1900s, in great shape," said booth volunteer John Pedneault. "
"Pedneault, a New Yorker with the American Stamp Dealers Association, has been collecting stamps since 1951. As an appraiser, he valued the Lindbergh letter from $15,000 to $20,000 grand, and the U.S. collection between $30,000 and $50,000."
"I sent them right over to the insurance company. I gave them an evaluation and said, 'You can't even walk the streets with this!'" Pedneault said.
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