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Texas woman buys 2,000-year-old sculpture for $34.99 at Goodwill

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Laura Young bought an old bust from a charity shop in Texas four years ago. It turned out that the bust was from a time between the late first century BC to the early first century AD. It had disappeared from Germany following World War Two and resurfaced in the charity shop, where Ms Young found it.
3 months ago·Austin, United States

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CBC News

Marble bust bought at Texas Goodwill store turns out to be centuries-old sculpture | CBC News

A marble bust that a Texas woman bought for about $35 US from a Goodwill store is temporarily on display at a San Antonio museum after experts determined it was a centuries-old sculpture missing from Germany since the Second World War.

3 months ago·Canada
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Global News

Woman finds 2,000-year-old Roman bust at a Texas Goodwill for $35

Finding a rare or valuable vintage item on the cheap is a huge thrill — and one woman from Texas certainly achieved that.

3 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Independent

Ancient Roman general’s bust found in Texas thrift store for $34.99

‘He was attractive, he was cold, he was aloof’, says antiques dealer of the ancient figure she dubbed ‘Dennis’

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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USA Today

A woman bought a sculpture at Goodwill for $34.99. It actually was a missing ancient Roman bust.

No one knows how a priceless first century B.C. to early first century A.D. Roman bust got from Germany amid World War II to a Texas Goodwill store.

3 months ago·United States
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Associated Press News

Goodwill find in Texas turns out to be ancient Roman bust

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A marble bust that a Texas woman bought for about $35 from a Goodwill store is temporarily on display at a San Antonio museum after experts

3 months ago·United States
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New York Times

Goodwill Sold a Bust for $34.99. It’s an Ancient Roman Relic.

Its 2,000-year journey to Texas remains a mystery, but the buyer is returning it to the German state of Bavaria, its pre-World War II home.

3 months ago·New York, United States
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