Treasure Hunting Tips from Olde Good Things
NEW YORK, Jan. 16, 2020 /HalcyonTV/ -- Big cities provide countless hidden treasure waiting to be discovered—from ancient architectural artifacts such as tin ceiling tiles, iron gates and fireplace mantels to valuable jewelry and vintage coins, as well as hundreds of other highly sought-after collectibles.
"Treasure hunting can often turn up the most interesting and memorable items that can either be resold or repurposed for your personal use," according to Jim DiGiacoma, from New York City's Olde Good Things, the nation's leading architectural salvage operation.
Olde Good Things treasure hunts and upcycles from the most prestigious New York historic hotels, Broadway theaters and prominent commercial buildings to industrial warehouses and vintage shops in order to create a most unique retail experience for the consumer, notes DiGiacoma.
You never know where you might find lost, hidden treasures. Real life examples range from precious metals found in a storage unit, to the world's largest star sapphire, and a Civil War Colt army pistol, to an original copy of the Declaration of Independence found at a flea market.
Here are some treasure hunting tips from Olde Good Things:
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