4 edition of Money in your attic found in the catalog.
Money in your attic
Helaine W. Fendelman
|Statement||Helaine Fendelman and Jeri Schwartz in collaboration with Beverly Jacobson.|
|Contributions||Schwartz, Jeri., Jacobson, Beverly.|
|LC Classifications||AM231 .F46 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||85061361|
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Money in Your Attic: How to Turn Your Furniture, Antiques, Silver and Collectibles into Money in your attic book Paperback – October 1, by Helaine Fendleman (Author), Jeri Schwart (Author), Beverly Jabobson (Author) & 0 moreAuthor: Helaine Fendleman, Jeri Schwart, Beverly Jabobson.
Comic books found in an attic almost seems cliché but when a comic book worth $ million is found, that’s still remarkable. A copy of Action Comics No. 1 that came out in is considered the “Holy Grail” of comic books and a couple found it when they were preparing their home to be foreclosed on.
So, if you find your grandma's s Barbie doll in great condition in your attic, you might be able to sell it for a few thousand dollars at an antique auction. First Edition Books The first edition of a book is special Money in your attic book not just for the author.
InFirst Folio sold at auction for $ million (about $ million today) at Sotheby’s in New York. If any of these items are sitting in your attic, you could make a lot of : Rudie Obias.
How to Store Books in an Attic | eHow. OK, so you probably don't have a super rare Harry Potter book sitting in your parents' attic, but you might be surprised to know some books sitting on your shelves can be resold for anywhere from Author: Kerri Jarema. The second book in a new prequel story arc, Out of the Attic explores the Dollanganger family saga by traveling back decades to when the clan’s wicked destiny first took root.
Married to the handsome, wealthy Garland Foxworth following a wildfire romance, and an unexpected pregnancy, young Corrine Dixon finds her life very different from how /5(88). Next time you head up to your attic, it may be worth taking a gander through your hoards of stuff.
Over time, items can appreciate in value more than you think. So before you toss or donate anything, take a look at this list of 55 items that are worth a lot of money today and could be hiding in plain sight in your : Adam Schubak.
That old guitar in your attic could strum up major bucks. "Guitars, especially, can bring in a lot of money," says Silver. "A s Fender Stratocaster that was never used because someone didn't. But if your attic's like mine, what will happen is that as your attic heats up over the course of a heat wave, your books will heat up just as much, only more slowly; then as your attic cools down after the heat wave, your books will cool down more slowly; and they will end up spending just as much time in the heat, only time-shifted a little.
If you happen to have a first edition of a popular book, it could net you thousands of dollars. Sites like Biblio can help you determine how much cash is sitting on your bookshelf. When your collection of books starts to overtake your home, consider storing them.
Many homes have perfect attic space for storage, whether in a full-sized attic or simply a crawlspace. When you need to move some books into this storage, take Money in your attic book of these tips and become informed on Money in your attic book to prevent your books from being damaged by moisture.
Apparently hiding money in books was common for those who lived through bank failures during the Great Depression. More recently a man in Massachusetts found $20, inside a book that he bought at a used book sale. No thief is going to want your half-bag of old broccoli cuts.
The bottom of your flour canister. Place your cash in a zip shut bag and put it in the bottom of a canister. Then put your sugar, flour, or cornmeal on top. The only downside is that you have to dump your flour into a bowl to retrieve your money.
Inside your plumbing access door. The amount of money your gadget is worth depends on what kind of device it is, its condition and where you sell it. Children's toys and games. Start digging through your attic. Get this from a library. Money in your attic: how to turn your furniture, antiques, silver, and collectibles into cash.
[Helaine W Fendelman; Jeri Schwartz; Beverly Jacobson]. 8. Savings Bonds in a Used Book. Books are a natural hiding place for currency and other flat items, and sometimes those stashes are forgotten.
That may explain how 18 savings bonds came to be in a used book bought by Paula (last name withheld) from a Liberty, Missouri bookstore, according to the local Fox News station.
Her husband discovered. Sometimes even an antique shopping list can have historical value. A year-old scrap of paper was discovered listing pewter spoons, a frying pan, and “greenfish.” The paper was wedged under Author: Elisa Roland.
The Best and Worst Places to Stash Cash in Your Home. I like your ideas but you forgot the old book safe trick.
Just put your money or. Adding insulation to an unfinished attic is one of the most effective ways to save money on your energy bills. Before you call a contractor, however, it's important to understand the options and costs involved.
It can cost anywhere from $1, to $2, or between $ and $ per foot to insulate an attic depending on what insulation. 6. In hollowed out pages of a book on your book shelf.
Using a pen knife or box cutter, carve out a few pages of your least favorite title. Hide your cash inside the book and return it to the book shelf.
Inside a kid’s toy hidden in their closet. Kid’s rooms are notoriously messy, and kids are not known for having large sums of money.
7. In the pocket of a particular shirt in your closet. In a “random” folder in your filing cabinet. In an envelope taped to the bottom of your cat’s litter box. In an envelope taped to the back of a wall decoration. In between several pages in a random book or two on your bookshelf.
When it was first published, the dust jacket of the book had a misprint—just an exclamation point where a period should have been—and today, that improper punctuation is worth thousands of dollars. And if you want to expand your literary knowledge, then check out The 30 Best-Selling Novels of All : Morgan Greenwald.
The books have to be in an excellent condition and even the slightest of damage can lower its price. Here is a list of the 20 books that can get you a whole lot of money: : Arushi Lohia. As we enter a new decade, it might be in our best interest to revisit the. There are a few things from your childhood worth cashing in on.
Though it's always good to organize, de-clutter, and get rid of stuff you don’t need, there's sometimes value in holding on to old items—and mom and dad's house is the perfect spot to find hidden treasures. So the next time your rummaging around a basement, garage, or attic, keep your eyes peeled for the 14 items on this list.
They could be worth thousands—even millions of. Chances are there's lots of stuff stashed in your attic, basement or garage (or on grandma's étagère) that can bring in cold cash. Here are 10 types of hidden treasure to look for. iStockAuthor: Ashlea Ebeling. In the attic: Hands down the easiest place to store your money.
Unfortunately, this is also a logical place to look. If you are going to hide your money up in the attic, spread it out so that if your stash is found, they might not find all of : Pat Henry.
Carve a hole in the wall and insert a standard light switch box inside; put the money there and cover it with a normal-looking light switch.
Instead of a phony book which can be spotted easily among a stack of books in a small library, get a real used book and carve the inside. Thieves will not notice it among a small book collection. 30 Sneaky Places and Compartments to Hide Your Money (and Other Items!): Hello and welcome to my first Instructable.
This Instructable is a collection of ideas of great places to hide secret stashes of money and other items (money, candy, keys, etc.) First, I would advise that you keep a.
Keep your eyes peeled for these old toys, vintage guitars, and first-edition books the next time you're rummaging through a basement, garage, or attic. Note to self: Don't throw anything away Author: Wil Fulton.
If you used to collect comic books and still have a few in your home, they are worth checking out. For example, the first ever Superman comic went for around $ million. If you have any very old comics, take them to a comic book store to have them checked out, especially if you have first versions or mint condition copies.
That old guitar in your attic could strum up major bucks. Some s Fender Stratocasters — popular among surf music performers — have sold for over $2, If you started buying Beanie Babies before they were cool, check your collection for Patti the Platypus, an early Beanie Baby that's worth a fortune now.
The part about telling your family about your fake product containers that you are using to store money is a good idea but you cant tell everyone, what I mean by that is, everyone that lived in the house knew but when my brother came to visit he needed to get ready to go out so I let him use my bathroom to shave he decided to use my shaving.
Looking for more square footage. Embrace the angled walls and convert your attic into a master suite, guest room, office or a custom hideaway. Keep in mind: Price and stock could change after publish date, and we may make money from these links. If your attic is a playroom, pile on vibrant colors to make the space bright and happy.
Start with general references books to get your feet wet, such as Rosson's "Treasures In Your Attic" or "Know Your Antiques," by Ralph and Terry Kovel, who also have a.
Behind vents – from talking with my Grandpa, he'd often have a vent cover that was a false vent cover, which he could quickly remove and put way he could add coins or gold pieces to his stash quickly if he needed.
In the shed – some people might find this unsecure, but a lot of great depressionists would put their coins in the shed where robbers would least likely look. Once you get your attic floor insulation up to the minimum code level (R in Florida), it really doesn't matter very much what your attic temperature is (with the usual proviso: you shouldn't have any ducts or HVAC equipment in your attic).
If you happen to have this VHS tape up in your attic, then you are in luck because it is now worth $2, That’s a lot for an old VHS tape that you probably haven’t watched in years.
They are releasing a brand new Dumbo movie in and it’s sure to be just as big of a hit. If you have books starring a character that's about to become a movie star, get your eBay account ready.
If they're vintage and in good condition, they could fetch a high price. 5. Your home's R-value score will guide you toward the type of insulation you need. In general, an attic's R-value should be between R and R Author: Timothy Dahl. You never know what you might find up in your parents' or grandparents' attic.
From an Egyptian mummy to a lot of money, check out these 10 amazing finds!