10 Thrift Store Finds That Made People Rich

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  • Edward
    Edward 8 hours ago

    what in the HELL is in that painting? Looks like missles - WTF??

  • CallMe Bee
    CallMe Bee Day ago

    Y’all this video is wack the museum at 1:03 is not “cauldor” or whatever name they made up. It’s the Sheldon museum in Nebraska

  • David Rosales
    David Rosales 2 days ago

    Worked at goodwill warehouse for awhile u.d b suprised what people donated and gave away that was worth major bank 😨😂

  • Jane Booth
    Jane Booth 3 days ago

    ☆☆♡☆☆ V eVent'$ ☆☆♡☆☆

  • Amanda Byrne
    Amanda Byrne 3 days ago

    Why do you keep putting the £ sign at the end of the figures? How would you like it if I put your dollar sign at the end!! Bloody ignorant yanks.

  • John Keig
    John Keig 5 days ago

    Who the hell drops $14000 at a yard sale!

  • consciouspi edy
    consciouspi edy 6 days ago

    Oh brother. Billy the kid story is actually local crime boss Murphy, in lincoln new mexico (town is now a museum) who wouldn't allow competition so they went to war. Billy scapegoat in story. He was a ranch hand when the war began. A kid literally. Who went down for shooting murphys sheriff. They don't know if Billy was the one who shot sheriff Brady; but he was the only one not pardoned in the war. They were going to hang him when he shot 2 deputies and escaped prison.

  • Spencer Wilton
    Spencer Wilton 6 days ago +1

    You would have to be a complete moron not to be able to identify a faberge egg with the makers name on it and consider melting it down. Nearly as big a moron as the one who sold it for $14k!

  • Dori Bray
    Dori Bray 7 days ago

    I'm certain that Constable painted The Hay Rain prior to our invention of military missiles. But nice try.

  • Rumple Stiltskin
    Rumple Stiltskin 7 days ago

    Give us a fuquing break, no one would pay $14000 for a garage sale trinket and then melt it down. There is not enough gold on that egg to equal the value he paid for it. Also, no one would believe that someone found a Faberge' Egg at a yard sale, and no one would sell a fourteen thousand dollar item at any yard or garage sale. You can bet he actually paid that much for it, he bought it on the black market and made it look like he was that innocent lucky purchaser. Sorry folks the story does not add up, and you can bet that item was originally stolen.
    As another poster below, "Hummingbird" commented it may have been a misprint and may have been actually purchased for $14 at most

  • Amanda Blevins
    Amanda Blevins 8 days ago

    It’s hard to find anything like this anymore
    The sellers google everything now

  • John P. Sims
    John P. Sims 8 days ago +1

    Pollock art looks like trash.

  • Richard Wilson
    Richard Wilson 8 days ago

    I have found several limited edition items at thrifts but I don't think I have found any block busters. I did sell a gold coin too cheep however.

  • Shana N
    Shana N 9 days ago

    Fine art.. they show images hanging on the wall at a tattoo shop

  • Robert McCarthy
    Robert McCarthy 9 days ago

    I found a painting at a garage sale. I haven't researched it fully, but I'm sure it's worth at least $200,000.
    I'd be willing to let it go for $100,000 right now.

  • Dayga
    Dayga 9 days ago

    Rick from Pawn Stars would have offered the owner of the Faberge' egg a piece of chewed bubble gum and a coupon good for one cheeseburger at Jack-In-The-Box.

  • Deborah Foster
    Deborah Foster 9 days ago

    The people who are pathetic are. the ones who sell the items for so much money yet won't take it. How selfish and arrogant. The Pearl could have helped his family. What are they thinking I will tell you. They are saying their family's are not worth anything to them.

  • Inkdraft
    Inkdraft 9 days ago

    Good thing he didn't melt that egg down. LOL

  • Ballantyne Moyes
    Ballantyne Moyes 10 days ago

    Which "Royal family" was the Faberge egg returned to for $33 million? The Romanovs? It was actually sold to a private collector whose identity remains undisclosed. Dealers guard that sort of information well as it is not in their interests to reveal purchasers who wish to remain anonymous. A Royal family? I very much doubt it.

  • Teena Pittman
    Teena Pittman 10 days ago

    Over the years,I have bought several sterling silver chains for .50-1.00 at thrift stores. But they are small town stores too.

  • norm lor
    norm lor 10 days ago

    I honestly can't imagine why those who sell anything they receive from others never seem to check them out !!!

  • charles kidney
    charles kidney 11 days ago

    A buddy of mine, makes a habit of going to thrift stores. He has a collection, that is valued at 70k. He just needs to sell them now. Might be hard.

  • paul desfosses
    paul desfosses 11 days ago

    1:56pm... mondat... jan... 7/0-1-/2019 ... 204-891-9570 ...algiers ...

  • AndyGinterBlues
    AndyGinterBlues 12 days ago

    I just the other day bought a Marantz stereo cassette recorder at a donation center for $5, Amazon has one on sale for $340. The next day I bought a chrome coffee maker/ bean grinder at the same store, for $10, looked on the website for the owner's manual, they cost $219 new from the manufacturer. Go to thrift stores near where rich people live. And go around tax time, people donate valuable stuff for the tax writeoffs!

  • Nancy Green
    Nancy Green 12 days ago

    I bet billions of dollars of valuable items wound up in the dump. That is a waste!

  • Matt Ojeda
    Matt Ojeda 12 days ago

    $140 million dollar piece of art work. Hey will you take $20 bucks?

  • Creating New Link Tv
    Creating New Link Tv 13 days ago

    That pearl is very very true...i saw it...in city hall...

  • Jimmy Green
    Jimmy Green 13 days ago

    Jackson Pollock was a crap painter

  • Age
    Age 13 days ago

    Can't watch with that awful music on repeat

  • christdragon
    christdragon 13 days ago

    A guy bought a Swiss mountain bike at a garage sale only to discover that it was once owned by Floyd Landis. Turns out it is worth thousands. There are lots of stories like this. Happens all the time on ebay. Thanks.

  • Rob Bobbert
    Rob Bobbert 14 days ago

    Last year I bought a painting for 6 bucks got 5800 at auction but the millions lol that's a joke

  • Mz Sweetz
    Mz Sweetz 14 days ago

    Speechless...yet, elated that the homage of uniqueness became a financial blessing

  • Dennis Reeves
    Dennis Reeves 14 days ago

    Z@

  • Sovereign Monarchs
    Sovereign Monarchs 15 days ago

    I hope those people gave some cash back to those who lost greatly giving them a good deal.

  • Keith Anderson
    Keith Anderson 16 days ago

    Why 250,000£ ? Its £250,000 ffs.

  • Linda Liang
    Linda Liang 16 days ago

    I have bad luck, something like this wouldn't happen to me...finding something that valuable in a thrift shop.

  • Redeemed Harshsw
    Redeemed Harshsw 16 days ago

    I LEARNED ABOUT MILLION DOLLAR EGGS AND OTHER TREASURES WORKING FOF SAC'S FIFTH AVENUE IN CINCINNATI, OHIO DOWN TOWN 1980s.

  • Meko Blu
    Meko Blu 17 days ago

    I used to go thrifting and found designer bags and clothes and resold them on Ebay.... That's it though.... lol

  • DrAlbert Pakin
    DrAlbert Pakin 17 days ago

    Dude talks to fast.

  • Aunty Ro Knows
    Aunty Ro Knows 17 days ago

    I thought Billy the Kid's name was William Bonney....

  • R RR
    R RR 18 days ago

    An art teacher told her it could be worth millions but didn't buy it now she won't sell it for 9m bullshit something does not sit Right

  • Midland 4144
    Midland 4144 18 days ago

    | believe the egg was stolen at some point.

  • tlmoscow
    tlmoscow 18 days ago +1

    “Pursuing” a flea market? Sigh.

  • Becky Nova
    Becky Nova 19 days ago

    Fantastic!

  • oneoflokis
    oneoflokis 19 days ago

    Yeah: I love those thrift stores and charity shop bargains!!
    It's a good job that egg buyer Googled it first tho!! 😁
    But - "returned it to the royal family for $33 million"?? THERE IS no Russian royal family any more. They were all killed!!!!

  • Carla Costa
    Carla Costa 19 days ago

    Amazing!

  • MongerMeSideways!
    MongerMeSideways! 19 days ago

    9:54 Doh! Constable paints ballistic missiles in to painting as easter egg

  • leggymeggyful
    leggymeggyful 19 days ago

    There are no cruise missiles in the haywain. Also that’s Knoxville Tennessee on your map not Texas.

  • Charlotte Chipchura
    Charlotte Chipchura 20 days ago

    I bought one off the first ever made Kodak cameras still with film not sure what worth but seen the exact one in mudium just saying I should probably get it as praised could leave the grass ndbabies some money

  • Jim Pollard
    Jim Pollard 20 days ago

    Slow down..... 🤯

  • Vincent Bradshaw
    Vincent Bradshaw 20 days ago

    Fisherman dumb ass. 100 million $ pearl and he gives it up? Deserves a damn good kick in the teeth the idiot....V

  • Sandy Hager
    Sandy Hager 20 days ago

    Maybe the painting will make her son rich when she kicks off.

  • Kirt Germond
    Kirt Germond 21 day ago +1

    Teri Horton, the owner of the Jackson Pollock painting, lives in Southern California, and has never been able to prove the provenance, how the painting came to where she purchased it. Jackson Pollock's brother lived in southern California before he died and was probably the owner of the painting. After his death the painting seems to have made its way into Teri's possession.

  • 10RexTheWolf01
    10RexTheWolf01 21 day ago

    Waiting for this to happen to my lottery ticket

  • Joseph Schwarzkopf
    Joseph Schwarzkopf 22 days ago

    I found 9 x $100 bills stashed in the coin pocket of a $15.00 suit! My wife finally understood why I like bargains at Goodwill!

  • Kimberly Robertson
    Kimberly Robertson 23 days ago +1

    I saw a ring just like this one at my favorite beauty supply shop for $19.99 (Go figure)

  • Canaan Daddario
    Canaan Daddario 23 days ago

    The art teacher gave away their power, they didn't try to use it to take advantage of the Pollock. hmmm...

  • Stephanie Barnett
    Stephanie Barnett 23 days ago +1

    0:30 "was pursuing a flea market 8 years ago..."
    Guys. C'mon. It should be:
    "...was PERUSING a flea market 8 years ago..."
    I'm pretty sure the Pennsylvania woman wasn't chasing the flea market down the street.

  • peter wright
    peter wright 25 days ago +2

    What royal family did he return the Faberge egg to?

  • Musicmann1022
    Musicmann1022 25 days ago

    My favorite find is a small coffee cup with finger handle. Lady said she paid about $1.75 cents for blue and white hand sized piece. On antiques roadshow - worth about $160,000 bucks!
    Also, the cup had a small chip near the top. Unbelievable.

  • Kelley Cole
    Kelley Cole 25 days ago +1

    If you research these stories they aren't true

  • Anita Taylor
    Anita Taylor 25 days ago

    I bid on a bunch of antique jewelry, paid 100 bucks for the lot and there was a 18k white gold and sapphire pin in it worth 500 bucks. Asked me if I wanted to sell it right away!! Nope, still have it.

  • Seadweller451D
    Seadweller451D 26 days ago

    Können Sie empfehlen Medikamente für Furz und Durchfall? Ich Furz wie eine große Trompete. Vollen Klang, wie ein Kaiser Furz. Mein Durchfall fließt wie ein Fluss!

  • MOTH mythos
    MOTH mythos 26 days ago

    I paid $25 for a dress at a thrift store. Was a lot for me, but it was insanely beautiful w amazing beading. Did some research and turned out to be an authentic 1920s flapper dress. It didn't fit me plus I'm broke af. Sold it for $650 on ebay 🤷‍♀️

  • rayva1
    rayva1 26 days ago

    $33 mil for a faberge egg? Could I please have that in writing?

  • Tony Jablonski
    Tony Jablonski 26 days ago +2

    The only reason I gave this a thumbs down is because of the garbage ass millennial narrator strung out on Adderall.

  • Stephen Kimbell
    Stephen Kimbell 26 days ago

    The egg story doesn't make sense. Why pay $14,000 for something that you intend to sell for $5,000? And the egg was sold to "The royal family"? What royal family? The Romanoffs?

  • Richard Mcginnis
    Richard Mcginnis 26 days ago +3

    i collect knives, fixed blade or folding pocket knives and i have found some real winners pay 3 dollars for an old case cigar knife that was made between 1940 and 1964 then the tang stamp changed worth 189.00 there are others as well ivory handles ivory scales people thought were just bone i bought a lot of these for next to nothing and now within the last few years the prices are skyrocketing

  • in time
    in time 27 days ago

    5:15 ??wth? Lol

  • biggest D
    biggest D 27 days ago

    People will believe anything nothing but sheep wake up people 😎

  • Sophie Williams
    Sophie Williams 27 days ago +1

    Stopped watching once he pronounced perusing as pursuing, gah...

  • mena seven
    mena seven 27 days ago +1

    I like the Faberge egg, the silver necklace and the Jason Pollack painting stories.

  • Derek Johansen TiDom
    Derek Johansen TiDom 27 days ago

    Midwestern man was hitting for money...so he flew to London...
    If you can afford to fly to fucking London, you have money

  • Gene Clark
    Gene Clark 27 days ago

    Who sells collectibles for $14K at a yard sale?

  • D Winslow
    D Winslow 27 days ago +1

    I can't talk now......I'm going thrift store shopping!!!

  • Agent Orange
    Agent Orange 27 days ago

    How the hell do these things get all over the place like this?? I probably don't want to know.

  • Jeremy Bettis
    Jeremy Bettis 27 days ago +2

    That Faberge Egg story is crazy he better have done everything in his power to try to find that guy and give him at least a million bucks

    • rayva1
      rayva1 26 days ago

      Jeremy Bettis no explanations are owed whatsoever. This is a very good example of the blind leading the blind.

  • Laura Baumeister
    Laura Baumeister 28 days ago

    Now with the way Goodwill researches almost everything on Ebay these days....finding treasures for pennies is most likely over. Heck..Greedwill charges $50 for used coats now with MISSING fur hood trim.

    • Anita Taylor
      Anita Taylor 25 days ago

      Oh where I live they not that smart. Many things I have found they should have checked ebay, they prob thought it was junk.

  • billy kobilca
    billy kobilca 28 days ago

    OH WOW... yeah Ansel Adams negetives... that's a huge find.

  • Aurites Struyck
    Aurites Struyck 28 days ago

    Top 10 fairytails....

  • zeek wolfe
    zeek wolfe 28 days ago +2

    I recently bought a painting at yard sale for three dollars. Similar sells on e-bay for five hundred.

  • Debra Sparks
    Debra Sparks 28 days ago +1

    Hell, I can do better. When Carol Channing lived in Modesto, she brought a lot of her stuff here with her.. But when her husband died, and decided to move back to New York, she donated a lot of it to Hope Charities.. I went there, and asked to see some of the things that she donated.. Thank God, it is ran by a bunch of old ladies, because I wound up buying a $17,000 Hermes bag. IT IS GOURGOUS !! I only paid $ 5.00 for it, because they price all their bags the same !! I found some good Coach bags, and Pradas there too.. I realllly like that store !!

    • Anita Taylor
      Anita Taylor 26 days ago

      Oh and I forgot the Coach I found a few months ago at the same store paid 12.

    • Anita Taylor
      Anita Taylor 26 days ago

      I just found a Chanel and a Louis Vuitton, 10 bucks for the Chanel, and 7 for the Vuitton!! Love it!!!

  • Joey Barrelwilde
    Joey Barrelwilde 28 days ago +1

    Nowadays, The Salvation Army, & Red White & Blue Thrift Stores check before they put anything up for sale. Garage sales, most people just want quick money without caring about the value.

  • SFbayKID
    SFbayKID 28 days ago

    IF FUCKIN LOTTERY TICKET DONT WORK FOR LOONG TIME , MIGHT THIS ONE DOSE!

  • Barbara Lyman
    Barbara Lyman 28 days ago +2

    Why would someone buy an item for $14K with the hope that he'd get $500 by melting it down? Something's screwy here.

    • Barbara Lyman
      Barbara Lyman 28 days ago

      I see a comment below that explains this.

    • Barbara Lyman
      Barbara Lyman 28 days ago

      No art "expert" would handle original photos without gloves. The oil from bare fingers and hands can damage photos, manuscripts and paintings.

  • Deb Carsey
    Deb Carsey 28 days ago +1

    ARGH. She was PERUSING..._not_ PURSUING

  • Patrick Brookings
    Patrick Brookings 28 days ago +39

    The woman with the Pollock painting might as well take up one of those offers and enjoy the rest of her life before it's too late.

  • Tom Mabon
    Tom Mabon 29 days ago +2

    Why are you placing the pound simple at the end of the number it should be at the front of the number

  • John Williams
    John Williams 29 days ago

    Knoxville is in Tennessee not Texas

  • coralarch
    coralarch 29 days ago +5

    I bought an unusual plate in a thrift shop for $1. Turned out to be a Japanese antique worth $1,500!

  • Clinton A
    Clinton A 29 days ago

    I found a rare dinosaur turd in the desert and it's fossilized... it's worth shit.

  • MILDRED PIERCE
    MILDRED PIERCE 29 days ago

    Why would anyone spend $14,000 to make a $500 profit?

  • Dinet K
    Dinet K 29 days ago

    I just bought a painting for 140 euros on an auctionwebsite
    It is worth at least 4000
    This happens

  • Sallie Mae
    Sallie Mae 29 days ago +1

    If ever that pearl will be sold to anybody give the money to the fisherman and give more than half to the poor.I think the fisherman did not want to touch it because he saw what I saw.(Hand of God).Its not about the money it's about his principle and we should respect that.

    • Anita Taylor
      Anita Taylor 25 days ago

      We need more people like you in this world!

  • Jim Ellison
    Jim Ellison 29 days ago

    GREAT VIDEO................

  • Stacy M
    Stacy M 29 days ago

    Good one 👍! Thank you. There’s a short docu , somewhere, on #5 Billy the Kid photo we saw awhile back, also the egg wasn’t a garage sale as noted by previous commenter, aside from that, this is pretty relevant fun info;)

  • belinda hawkins
    belinda hawkins 29 days ago

    I really don’t get the fame about Billy the kid?!?!?!!?

  • Sunsetter678
    Sunsetter678 29 days ago

    I found a pair of Wild Bryde earrings at a thrift store for only $2.00 bucks...Worth $35! They are gold, and the rather large image is a cat overlooking a fishbowl...Really cute! That and just 2 days ago I scored large ceramic, handpainted beautiful cow butter dishes for only $1.09 each! Not too shabby! they look to retail between $12-$15 a piece!

  • ennoidyam
    ennoidyam 29 days ago +1

    This story is so full of so many false facts and bad grammar I feel like CNN wrote it and Buzzfeed narrated it.

  • sunlight white
    sunlight white 29 days ago

    *guy in "financial straits" spends $14,000 to make $500*
    Seems legit.