1: In God We Rust coin: No it is not a prank, it is actually a real coin. The reason they forgot the “T” for “Trust” is because of a spelling mistake. Expect a few hundred dollars for a coin like that. Please note that it will be only on a Kansas quarter.
2: Beatles old, unrevised Yesterday and Today album: The beetles first Yesterday and Today album originally had a bunch of severed doll body parts on it. It was released in 1966 but it was taken from stores for being to graphic and was replaced with one with the Beatles crowded around a suitcase. However, you will get payed 4,500 £ (£ means british pounds) for the butchered doll parts one.
3: Original Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone book: Originally, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was the name of the first Harry Potter book. When it came to the US it was changed to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s stone by a US editor. Also, the author’s name on the copy write page was changed from Joanne Rowling to JK Rowling. If you have an original Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone book, with Joanne Rowling on the copy write page, expect at least 40,000 £ for it.
4: A Ming Vase or bowl: No kidding, recently a family found a Chinese Ming Dynasty bowl at a garage sale. They will most likely be white porcelain and elaborately designed. And there is a chance that like the garage sale family, you might be able to find a real Ming bowl or vase! You may get payed over 300,000 dollars for it. I would also like to note that this works for any piece of Ming pottery and also works for Qing pottery. (The Qing dynasty was the dynasty after the Ming Dynasty.)
5: Mint Condition Honus Wagner baseball card 1909-11: The most valuable card in sports history. The chances you have one of these is almost nil, only 200 were made because the people who were endorsing these cards was a tobacco company and Honus Wagner didn’t want to endorse tobacco towards young fans. Still, if you happen to come across one of these cards, you can expect 2.8 million dollars.
You may begin to consider visiting garage sales every once in a while.