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Randy Guijjaro went for a junk auction, returned with an old photograph. It was very old, like 100+ years old and so out of fascination he bought it off for $2.
Later, on a closer analysis he found something very odd in the old ferrotype photograph and mysteries started to unravel. Meanwhile, the photograph reached a worth of several million dollars for its uniqueness and rarity.
He bought a photograph, 108-years old in a junk auction for 2$. Never knew it would be one precious piece of history.
The photograph he bought, on a closer inspection revealed the face of a man who went by Billy the Kid, a very notorious outlaw of the 19th century from wild wild west.
Still just the speculations of being a rare photograph of a legendary outlaw were enough to raise its price to millions, five freaking million dollars.
Henry McCarty, born September 17, 1859 in New York City was a legendary outlaw best known for his fine dressing and unmatched skills with arms. Died July 14, 1881 in New Mexico, gunned down by Pat Garret.
This, if authentic, will be one of the only two photographs of Billy the Kid, explains the price tag of millions. Western American heritage is where it would be truly find worth.
Making it unique in itself.