Hmm, maybe it's time to ask Grandma or Great-Grand what they've gotten stashed away in a drawer: A woman auctioned a perfume bottle that her husband bought in 1939 at Saks Fifth Avenue and it sold for $216,000.
Why was it so expensive? For starters, it was a bottle created by Lalique. And it was also one of 100 bottles produced. The woman, who is in her 90s, kept the original box it was presented in, plus the tags, so the $50 purchase has now brought her, after fees, $180,000. This is practically like an Antiques Roadshow segment!
Here's the eBay listing for the bottle - the auction ended on the 17th.