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Savage Family Diggers: Galveston History In A Snapshot

Posted on: April 14, 2013 | Views: 205 | Comment

After discovering a boatload of worthy gambling artifacts in Galveston, Texas, Ric takes his loot to Julio in New Orleans to see what he's got to say – and has got to pay – for it. 

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Savage Family Diggers Videos

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Anri Chess Set (0:58)

Bust out the game clock because the Savages have uncovered an Anri chess set: hand carved, hand painted, and in great shape.

Posted April 14, 2013 Views: 1,207
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Espionage Equipment? (1:33)

When Ric Savage and his family find an old recording device, a notebook filled with codes, and a Russian-English dictionary, they think they've stumbled upon a spy's stash of goodies. Could it be true?

Posted April 14, 2013 Views: 4,502
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Cashing In On A Cold War Time Capsule (2:49)

Ric meets up with a buyer named Mike and unveils his antique Anri chess set and cold war artifacts. Will the old game and espionage technology help Ric rake in some major cash?

Posted April 14, 2013 Views: 860
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Chuck-A-Luck (0:52)

Posted April 14, 2013 Views: 101
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Galveston History In A Snapshot (2:28)

Posted April 14, 2013 Views: 171
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Galveston History In A Snapshot (2:23)

After discovering a boatload of worthy gambling artifacts in Galveston, Texas, Ric takes his loot to Julio in New Orleans to see what he’s got to say – and has got to pay – for it.

Posted April 14, 2013 Views: 205
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Texas Militia Belt Buckle (1:17)

G and Nick stumble upon something that gets Ric super excited: a Texas Militia belt buckle. This badboy could be worth around $2,000!

Posted April 14, 2013 Views: 553
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Texas Militia Belt Buckle (1:22)

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Chuck-A-Luck (0:47)

No, it’s not a lobster trap. It’s one the oldest games you’d find in casino in the 1920s: a Chuck-A-Luck. This would make a nice parrot cage, actually.

Posted April 14, 2013 Views: 8,720
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Nick Savage's "Boom Baby!" Moment (0:44)

When Nick Savage scoops up a Walker Colt out of the water he decides to pull a Ric and scream at the top of his lungs in excitement. Like father, like son.

Posted April 8, 2013 Views: 1,685