Posted on: January 31, 2013
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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?
Bust out the game clock because the Savages have uncovered an Anri chess set: hand carved, hand painted, and in great shape.
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?
G and Nick stumble upon something that gets Ric super excited: a Texas Militia belt buckle. This badboy could be worth around $2,000!
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.
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.
Back in the 1920s they liked to keep their playing cards nice, crisp, and sharp when they gambled. Hopefully lady luck will pay a visit to the Savages when they try and sell this relic.