Don’t throw out that old card collection! It might be worth a fortune.
In 1871, this woman’s great-great-grandmother owned a boarding house in Boston. She hosted the Cincinnati Red Stockings. That team produced some of the first photographic baseball cards and gave her a set. She passed them on within her family.
Now the current owner would like to know what they’re worth. Appraiser Leila Dunbar of Antiques Roadshow drops some fantastic news: the entire collection is worth at least $1 million.
The lady’s reaction at the 2:14 mark is priceless!
-via Twisted Sifter