A North Carolina man purchased an Old West photo at a local flea market in 2011. Six years later, experts are valuing the photo at over a million dollars.
Experts now believe a photo purchased at a flea market for $10 shows Billy the Kid standing with the lawman who killed him, making the snapshot potentially worth millions.
North Carolina attorney Frank Abrams spotted the tintype photo in Asheville.
A Los Angeles forensic video expert said facial recognition software indicates that it is most likely Garrett and Billy the Kid in the picture, according to a signed declaration. A handwriting expert in Texas declared the handwriting on the photo a match to Garrett.
That’s incredible! The only things I ever find at flea markets are Engelbert Humperdinck albums and soiled underpants recovered from Tom Jones concerts.
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Don’t let the liberals know. They will claim racism and expect to be paid the million bucks for Hillary’s pain and suffering from losing the election.
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Ronni – I’ll pay them two bits for the entertainment their weeping gave me.
Actually, it was a little less than $10, because he got three old photos for ten bucks. I guess the other two were a write off!