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    Alexandra Bruce
    March 16, 2013

    Every now and then, it’s good to see somebody catch some good luck.

    This unfortunate man lost half of his leg in an accident. He was wondering how on Earth he was going to make it on $800 per month Disability pension.

    He thought he might sell an old Indian blanket that he inherited from his family.

    Watch the auction! Watch the man’s face while the bidding starts to go up.

    This is a wonderful ‘rags-to-riches’ story!


    July 11, 2012

    This stunning Navajo First Phase Chief’s Wearing Blanket made headlines when it sold for 1.8 million dollars at John Moran Auctioneers’ June 19th sale in Southern California, smashing the previous world record of $522,500 for a similar blanket.

    An example of the rarest type of the earliest phase of Navajo blankets, it emerged from obscurity when it was brought into Moran’s free appraisal clinic by a man whose family handed it down through the generations, casually using it around the house. The sale of this museum-quality treasure has dramatically changed his life, and made auction history.

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