Top 15 Items that would appear on Florida Keys “Antique Roadshow

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We’ve often wondered what the producers of “Antique Roadshow” would discover if they brought the show to the Florida Keys. Probably not a jade collection from the Qing Dynasty valued at over a $1 million, or a 19th century Navajo Blanket. Here is our best guess …

  1. Mark Rossi’s 2018 mayoral qualifying check | $225
  2. Captain Tony original paternity test, one of 32 | $12
  3. Diana Nyad’s motorized swim fins | $69.99
  4. Rifle from the conch republic uprising | $3,000
  5. 17th century 78.45 oz. gold bullion (closely resembling the one formerly on display at Mel Fisher Museum) | $549,000
  6. The last happy hour draft beer sold for $1.99 in the “good old days.”  ($1.99)
  7. Brick from Fort Jefferson (come on, everybody brings one back) | $1
  8. Tar ball with BP’s new slogan “Never Again?” | $750
  9. A Harry S. Truman action figure (wheelchair not included) | $250
  10. 1880’s ivory lice comb from Key West brothel | $850
  11. One bottle of Barefoot pinot grigio which made it through Irma at Trailer Ranch by the Sea | still valued at $4.99
  12. A Calusa Indian arrowhead that proves Mike Puto wasn’t the first inhabitant of Marathon | $20,000
  13. Ernest Hemingway’s Re-Entry Sticker | $100,000
  14. The last plastic straw | $250
  15. A “real” square grouper | $20,000

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