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    Posted 10 years ago

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    I forgot. I collect knives too. I'm sure you're saying, really, who would have thunk it? Duhhh

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    1. bahamaboy bahamaboy, 10 years ago
      Choir robes I'm gonna have to pass on. The only fabric items I have is my dads uniform, my suit from when I was 5 and I have some doileys and I have a very old Navajo Indian blanket. These type things need to be maintained and protected too much. They don't look good with un-controlled wear and being left unprotected. My dads uniform is in plastic from the dry cleaners from 5 or 10 years ago and my little suit and the other items I just mentioned are all covered up and protected as well.
    2. bahamaboy bahamaboy, 10 years ago
      I have seen some Navajo blankets on Antiques Road Show that were valued in the tens of thousands of dollars. I'm gonna post mine soon and I may have one of those "super keepers". I can remember both of my parents say it was valuable and very very old so maybe someone that knows about these blankets can take a look and tell me exactly what I have. It would be so very nice to find out I had a blanket worth 50k or better. I'd pick up that airplane I've always wanted. Aww, I may as well forget about that. I'm never that lucky.
    3. kerry10456 kerry10456, 10 years ago
      Well no silver bars here either, but got knife collection also, no choir robes,but have some old church items. If you ever go to Pioneer Village in Minden, Neb, there's an old church set up there. It was the first church my grandfather was a preacher at. When he passed many years ago he left me some really different and sorta neat stuff. But back to your knife collection, love it
    4. lowspeed, 10 years ago
      I thought I was the only person around with a drawer full of Queen Steel knives. My dad collected them when I was a kid in the sixties and I've got all of his plus the ones that I've added over the years. He especially loved the large two-blade models. I must have a dozen of them. Thanks for sharing all your stuff.
    5. bahamaboy bahamaboy, 10 years ago
      Thanks to all of you guys for taking a look and for comments made. That's what's so great about this site here. Lots of comradeship & interaction.

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