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Estate haul, thrift haul, garage sale haul, jewelry haul #14 (August 15, 2015)

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27:20   |   Aug 15, 2015

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Estate haul, thrift haul, garage sale haul, jewelry haul #14 (August 15, 2015)
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Hi guys,
Today I'm bringing you another haul from this week. I got a huge collection of jewelry from my mom as you will see. She bought the jewelry grab bag for around $15, but with shipping it ended up being about $35. Still, with the amount and type of jewelry we both decided to keep, it ended up being worth it. I'm sure with the proceeds of the future garage sale of the remaining unwanted jewelry, we will make that $35 back ( making the stuff we kept from the grab bag practically free)!!
Also, in regards to the pin with the "swastika" image on it, I would like to give a little background info. Like I said in the video, I got this in a $1 and under bin. I was shocked to see that symbol on jewelry. Being a history buff, I thought it had some historical significance to the time of WW2 so I got it. It turns out the symbol is not as it seems, and instead the pin is a Native American 1930s design from the Fred Harvey era and is a symbol of many things: prosperity, healing, hope, luck, etc. It also has the name "Whirling log" instead of swastika. It turns out they are two different, yet similar, designs that can be differentiated by the direction of the whirls.
Enough talk...enjoy the video!!!!!!

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