Priceless family heirlooms
Yes, I know the value of a 1912 Ingram clock, or an 1859 King James Bible, and it's not very much money, but that isn't the point. The point is that these item have remained in my family for all of this time. When one generation passed away, the next carried it on. And I am hoping that someone will carry some of these priceless family heirlooms on after me. My family has never been rich, or terribly poor, but mostly just average, what became "middle class" in my parent's generation. So don't look for Fabergé eggs in my family heirlooms, you won't find any.
Posted by Brad Hall