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This grave marker with the suspicious birth and death dates was a salesman’s sample that was never used to mark a grave. The 12-inch-high stoneware marker, probably from Tennessee, was sold at Crocker Farms Auctions of Riderwood, Md., for $8,800.Is there anything made more than 25 years ago that is not collected? Probably not. There are even collectors of barbed wire, sawdust, pencil erasers . . .





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