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    Posted 11 years ago

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    It's fun to hear people excitedly exclaim, "We had those on the tree when I was little!" or "My grandparents had ornaments like this!". Christmas ornaments tend to hold great emotional value. They're a wonderful way to be reminded of the past.

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    RETRO TELEVISION -  IT's A WONDERFUL LIFE * Glitter CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT * Vtg Img
    RETRO TELEVISION - IT's A WOND...
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    RETRO TELEVISION - CHARLIE BROWN, PEANUTS * Glitter CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT * Vtg Img
    RETRO TELEVISION - CHARLIE BROWN, P...
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    RETRO TELEVISION - WIZARD of OZ, DOROTHY  Glitter CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT * Vtg Img
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    RETRO TELEVISION - GRINCH, MAX, ANTLERS SCENE * Glitter CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT * Vtg
    RETRO TELEVISION - GRINCH, MAX, ANT...
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    RETRO TELEVISION -  IT's A WONDERFUL LIFE * Glitter CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT * Vtg Img
    RETRO TELEVISION - IT's A WOND...
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    1. Picking-and-Collecting Picking-and-Collecting, 11 years ago
      I have about a dozen ornaments from the late forties and early fifties that were my parents. You're right, great emotional value. Can't wait to hang them on the tree every year.
    2. Ruth, 10 years ago
      I have 3 old large glass(?) ornaments from maybe 1930's or earlier. How do I tell their value? Who could determine that and how? There are no markings on them. I bought them in the 1960's or 70's at an estate sale of ladies were born in the later 1800's, probably 1880's.

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