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Posted by jeznadel (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 28, 12 at 12:57

Why antique is consider expensive? What makes this object expensive?

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Antiques are usually better made from better quality materials than stuff of today, and as Linda says, are rare.

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They also don't lose their value the minute you buy them, as new items do. Use them for a few years and as long as you take care of them, you'll probably be able to sell them for more than you paid.

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