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Old 03-02-2010, 07:20 AM   #3
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They are most likely only valuable to a very select few of collectors or perhaps a textile museum. But to people like us, it's very valuable. To you they are very valuable for sentimental reasons.

I have an antique quilt made by my great-grandmother about 100 years ago. I took it from my mother as she would have totally ruined it by letting pets sleep on it or just lost it. I would love to have it preserved it some way and then hang it on a wall in my bedroom.

If you do find someone who wants to buy one, I recommend keeping one and perhaps having it framed or encased in glass as a momento of your mother.
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