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    19 Times Thrift Stores Didn't Realize They Had A Small Treasure On Their Hands

    At the end of every rainbow is no pot of gold, just a thrift store.

    1. This pendant that is valued between $1,500–$2,000, but was sold for $20:

    2. This espresso machine that costs well over $1,000, but was sold for $15:

    3. These two Le Creuset pots and pans the retail for over $100 each, but were sold for $10:

    4. And this Le Creuset stainless steel pan that retails for $275, but was sold for $7.99:

    5. This gorgeous velvet couch that sold for just $10:

    6. This '80s Garfield phone that is being sold for over $100 on Etsy, but was sold here for $4:

    7. This authentic Hermès wool coat that is worth between $300–$1,500, but was sold for $1:

    8. These Dr. Martens shoes that retail for $120, but were sold for $10:

    9. This Wüsthof knife that retailed for $150, but was sold for $2:

    10. This real Kids Choice Award that somehow didn't make it Lemony Snicket's shelf, but was sold for $5.99:

    11. This astrological bracelet made with 18k gold that was sold for $5:

    12. This KitchenAid mixer that retails for well over $300, but was sold for $15:

    13. This Acne Studios T-shirt that retails for $120, but was sold for $2:

    14. This three-piece suit that was worth $1,700, but sold for just $20:

    15. This working Nikon film camera and lens that sold for $15:

    16. This iMac that sold for $15:

    17. This peacock chair which can sometimes sell for well over $200, but was sold for $11:

    18. These Diptyque candles that retail for $70 each, but were sold for "the price of a small coffee":

    19. And finally, this cute chair that retails for $450, but was sold for $20 (cat not included):

    H/T: r/ThriftStoreHauls