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A Texas Woman Paid $35 for a Marble Bust at Goodwill—Turns Out, It's an Ancient Roman Artifact
- Laura Young purchased the Roman bust at a Goodwill outside Austin four years ago. Next month, it's headed home to Europe where it belongs. Get updates here!
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Experts believe a U.S. soldier might have smuggled the bust back home after King Ludwig I's villa was bombed during World War II.Thanks for your feedback!
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From cheap to priceless: Roman bust isn't the only treasure that's been uncovered at Goodwill
While finding a Roman bust at a Goodwill is unheard of, there have been plenty of other eagle-eyed thrifters who've found their own treasures.Thanks for your feedback!
A woman paid $35 for a bust from Goodwill. It turned out to be a 2,000-year-old Roman artifact.
Antiques dealer Laura Young, who bought the item, later learned it's an ancient artifact that was likely stolen from Germany during World War II.Thanks for your feedback!
$35 Goodwill Bust Is Actually From Ancient Rome
A bust purchased for $35 at a Goodwill in 2018 is actually from Ancient Rome and is on display in a museum. The post $35 Goodwill Bust Is Actually From Ancient Rome appeared first on Nerdist.Thanks for your feedback!
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Texas woman’s Goodwill find turns out to be 2,000-year-old Roman relic
A $34.99 marble bust from a thrift store likely belonged to Roman military leader – and it’s unknown how it ended up in Austin A marble bust that a Texas woman bought for about $35 from a Goodwill store, before experts determined it was a centuries-old sculpture missing from Germany since World War II. Photograph: AP A Texas woman got a bang for her buck when her purchase of a $34.99 marble bust from a Goodwill thrift store turned out to be a relic from ancient Rome. Laura Young, who has been reThanks for your feedback!
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A woman bought a sculpture at Goodwill for $34.99. It actually was a missing ancient Roman bust.
No one knows how a priceless first century B.C. to early first century A.D. Roman bust got from Germany amid World War II to a Texas Goodwill store.Thanks for your feedback!