Treasures unclaimed fascinate me! I (Harry) found this cool article on MSN from LoveMoney.com. I have been in Self Storage for 30 years and have imagined about all the million or so unopened, abandoned units and what could possibly be in them that would be rare and extremely valuable! Using approximately 28 million units times one-half a percent would yield over 140,000 of these units. I am just guessing as far as what the actual percentage really is. Anyway, I think you will enjoy this article about these treasures!!
Pirate chest stuffed with 16th-century gold coins: $500,000 (£386k)
James Bond’s ‘Wet Nellie’ Lotus Esprit submarine: $700,000 (£540k)
Disney memorabilia: $1 million (£770,000)
Action Comics #1: $2 million (£1.5m)
Beach Boys memorabilia: $6 million (£5m)
Gold, silver, and rare French wine: value unknown
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