"Replacing the siding on our 1941-built house and found the original plumber’s sign with a 4-digit phone number."
"Found a 120-year-old British Indian coin in the attic. 1901 was the year Victoria died and also the last year coins with her bust were minted."
"Original Victorian tiling hiding under carpet in the lobby of our 1889 Welsh miners terrace."
"Our new-to-us 1912 four-square has hundreds of old books in the attic."
"Cleaned out my closet and found my unopened Star Wars Trilogy VHS that I bought in 1995."
"Found an original glass bottle of Crystal Pepsi, with a foam label, while cleaning out my mother-in-law’s place."
"Additional photos of newspaper found during a renovation."
"Unearthing the original wood shingles on our 120-year-old Folk Victorian in central Texas."
"Found a check from 1879 for $105 in my dresser that I inherited from my grandfather."
"We are closing on our 1890 rowhouse soon. Have a lot to restore, but these little treats make the journey so exciting."
"Found the old windows to my house. Just wiped off the dust and spiders and then lightly adhered this picture."
"An electrician found this stack of letters/papers from 1924 in my dining room ceiling while rewiring my old K+T."
"1890s Victorian London house. Stripped one room and found walls fully lined with blueprints and local area/architect drawings."
"Found my 1930s tile floor hidden in my bathroom."
"Found my late grandpa’s vaccination card from the ’40s today."
"I found this board in a cabinet signed by a local builder 100 years ago."
"Found some unopened Pokémon cards from 20 years ago while going through my grandparents’ stuff."
"Who has wooden air returns?"
"When ripping out my ceiling drywall, I found a report card from 1957 a kid must have hid up there. Someone failed the eighth grade."
"My mate found these in the back of his grandad’s cupboard."
“Found my old cell phone with an optional clip-on chat-board for ’easy’ texting.”
“This is a soda machine my dad left me when he passed. I think it’s from the ’40s or ’50s. This is going to be my family heirloom.”
“Found a vintage Bart Simpson plush backpack from 1997 at a local charity shop today, very happy.”
“Scored this vintage 1977 Disneyland Weebles play set at the bins!”
“Struck gold with a 1980s McDonald’s uniform cardigan for $3.99.”
“Found this 1930s Art Deco milk glass ace lamp at the thrift store.”
“Found a box of old Christmas decorations. This appears to be 1990. It’s horrifying.”
“I found this Shrek chocolate-flavored toothpaste from 2004 in my medicine cabinet.”
“Theo A. Kochs barber chair from a Korean barbershop trash”
“I found this amazing 2-gallon ’cobalt’ stoneware crock in my village’s old bottle dump.”
“This was my great grandma’s perfume. We suspect it was her mother’s.”
“I found this vintage flash storage card from my dad’s desk, crazy how much technology has advanced.”
“Cleaning out an old apartment and found a 1982 Coca-Cola screwdriver set.”
“Late ’70s portable radio/TV/cassette player I found. Got it for aesthetics alone but it still works!”
“Probably my most unique rattan find yet: a gossip bench”
seems to me, if you are sitting in the chair the phone desk will be at your right side. Is it incorrect?