ITT: weird shit we own.
Pic related, my skinned otter head in a jar.
I have a piece of the Hindenberg Zepplin that exploded.
How'd you get that?
I certainly hope so.
>How'd you get that?
My grandfather had taken it from the wreckage. He was a minister in New York, and had gone to the scene of the tragedy.
He was a cool guy, who collected a lot of neat treasures in his travels.
This is a piece of the first transatlantic cable.
I had some of the stuff. It's fun to play with.
Maybe some dumbshit lieutenant took one home by accident and dropped it on a sidewalk, then one of your younger family member snatched it up and dropped it while playing hide and seek at your house.
Sorry about the overhead lights reflecting on the glass.
I wonder what the guy on the left though.
Could easily convert this shit. Requires a lvl 2 and reinforced to lvl 3 permit (from 1 - lowest of 3 - highest). the lvl 2 I have a hybrid motor (liquid/solid) which estimate 8K feet - and since I replaced the plastic frame with Phenolic reinforced with fiberglass sheet and resin, it can go 18k with an M motor. I also created a removable motor mount that can accept both lvl 2 diameter and the lowest lvl M motor diameter. Have not tried on lvl 3. Would it disintegrate? idk - quite possibly. There is only about 3-4 mm between the motor and the frame on my mod.
The lvl 2 engine - the aluminum tank holds the Nitrous Oxide and the black part is the HTPB.
Why not just keep the skull?
cool skull bro, have a similar one in my collection
Pic is my great grandmother's ring. Ivory with gold inlay. Not really weird but too lazy to take pics of the weird stuff. Also have her opium pipe
I just don't think a skull would have the same feel. I mean, look at this thing.
Thought this looked similar.
I bought it in egypt.
Here's my great grandmother's opium pipe
Participation pin for the National KKK convention held in Illinois on the Governor's land. Looks like a hood.
She lived until she was 108, she was pretty badass
bullshit you dont own black reading man
I own a 90 foot long Octopus kite -- it is one of the ones in this picture. I've flown it in a dozen countries.
Back when you had to pin your driver's license on your chest..
wow, 108 and partied hard, confirmed badass. definitely would have gotten high with granny and contemplated the universe kek
ah gotcha, that's cool man, I love that kind of shit. I live in the middle of the woods so there's always some sort of creepy skulls and shit layin around
nigga are you retarded?
Mint condition 1893 world's fair tickets
It's a chick magnet.
Also a nagmet for old men with metal detectors and Bermuda shorts who want t explain ho they used to make kites out of Momma's bedsheets and send them WAY UP IN THE AIR YOU SHOULD LET SOME MORE STRING OUT AND RUN WITH IT!!!!!
Watch your fucking step. From France after WWII
my kitty's right front paw is mutated like a cloven hoof.
This is some antique gynecology instrument I think it's a speculum but I'm not sure.
Rare black folk art lamp. Set of two. Kinda racist.
While I wouldn't call it weird it is a hard to come by piece of soviet Cold War night vision.
Keep one of these in a lead pig in my basement. Picture is not of mine, but it is the same model as seen here:
Also have one of Co60 by the same company, but it's decayed away into nothing.
shit is cool, anon.
Of course it would instead of being a basement dweller who has two shitty jobs, no girlfriend and never leaves the states. (Talking about myself)
2880 carat sapphire
Welo Black Opal
I think I may have what you're looking for
Also my grandmas license plate when she died, took it off before they sold the car.
no, her name's harley-quinn. adopted from a comic collector.
I know they're the same mineral. I'm knew to collecting, so I don't have much. I have some aquamarine rough on the way, about 300 carats. I have a couple chatham rubies, but those really don't count because they're lab grown.
I forgot the picture.
It has signs of water and acid damage. You cant do much about the water damage, but the acid damage is being caused by the paper around the photo. You absolutely should take this to a proper conservator.
That's actually kinda neat
I was given these as presents from my mom whenever she went somewhere, too bad I don't have anymore.
I dont really have any weird stuff just lots of old stuff. I have confederate currency, a nazi medal from the african campaign, a newspaper from the day ww2 ended and a sears catalogue from 1900. Just a few things off the top of my head
OP here, I actually have a shark in a jar like that, just doesn't say south beach.
dis a pic of me holding blackbeard's necklace
just beat all you fags /thread
Amd Opteron 190, the highest clocked dualcore made for socket 939 at 2.8ghz, never released.
and a pair of Ocz pc5000, ddr 625mhz. Think this was the highest ddr1 ram released, not that special tho.
UV doesnt matter too much to black and white. There were nearly 50 photogs at Lakehurst, and they all used "Speed Graphic" cameras. When the ship started burning, they tossed the exposed plates on the ground and put in new ones and repeated. Then they had to pick through them to find their own.
You may need to neutralize acid transffered into the photograph so they may need to wash and re fix it.
>the joke is that eventually there would be
depends on who it belongs to bro mine belonged to Adolf Hitler, maybe ya heard of him haha no but seriously this is priceless. yours could be worth 10 dollars or 10 million dollars, and the frozen semen market is pretty big man maybe take it to a pawn shop maybe find out more about it from whoever gave it to you
I grew some nice crystals from root killer I got at a hardware store when I was a kid.
Im getting ready to get some exorcism kit on ebay. Any advice?
I'm not sure if it's the same stuff, mine is pretty clear and has some jagged edges
I have this 20ish year old mayonnaise for some reason, I really don't know why, but I will keep it till the day I die
Her grave was overturned during a flooding. She was buried next to a river.
This is Meanwhile, he is a 150 year old beggar/cripple.
That looks more like a glassy material (not saying it's glass, though). Copper sulfate is pretty, but it's really easy to break into clean edges or powder. It also turns white if it dehydrates.
I live in Canada and my Mom used to work at the Royal Canadian Mint in Winnipeg and she collected odd stuff from there. I couldnt tell you how long its been sice 25 cents was a bill (beofre 1867 I think)
I have uncirculated rolls of cents, nickles, dimes, quarters 50 cent and dollar coins for the year I was born. Just over $70 dollars worth.
I wish I could show you the amazing stuff in my place of work. You'd all love it but this is all I can show you. I can't even tell you, I'm sorry for the tease.
No. If it's wet it will dissolve. Just average humidity will work.
It can dry out if you're in a dry climate or if you have dry, cold winters like the area I live.
I have some of Spain's first entomological field guides from 1883. No one who currently walks the earth was alive when these were written
I have this coin from 1767, not sure what kind of coin it is though. It seems handmade because it's pretty uneven
She collected lots of the silver dollars that were for anniversaries for Canadian history: 1949 (Ship on obverse) 1958 (Totem for BC Centenial), 1963, 65, 67 and 70 (years us kids were born) and a pile of mis-strikes
My grandmother is native American so I got a bunch of terqouise jewelry considered sacred and shit. I wish I was at my great grandfather's house to show yall all the cool stuff my family passed on generation to generation. My family was on of the first to settle in Virginia and we own the oldest house in Pourtsmouth and all the certificates of all the slaves we owned are there too. Also my great grandfather was in the OSS and eventually the CIA and was in WW2 so I got a bunch of Japanese and Nazi stuff over there. All I got at my house is an old nazi dagger but can't seem to find it right now
Sadly I don't have anything, but I remember hosting a /b/ingo game about a year ago and this couple posted a human fetus in a jar that the girlfriend's biology teacher had given her. It'd be pretty cool if they posted again. Sadly I lost the pictures I saved when I got a new phone.
I have no idea what you're taking about but I've got this if you'd like.
I have 90 trillion zimbabwe dollars, that's probably the strangest thing. I have some Indian rupees as well and some Francs somewhere.
I also have a WW2 era bayonet off of an M1 Garand I believe. I'll try to find it.
He most probably died of natural causes. He was about 60 and suffered from several rotten teeth and arthritis (which is very evident on his spine).
His grave was uncovered by a family of a friend during reconstruction. To cut the long story short.
And a better picture of her.
Do you cum on your friends? Fuckin' degenerate...
Former Marine here.
Took my EGA card and tried preserving a four and a five leaf clover that I found on the same day at Fort Leonard Wood by doing this.
lisa is absolutely beautiful, my friend. how did you get them? do you buy them or grave rob? sorry for so many questions, but i've always wanted to collect skulls, but sadly, i'm a broke ass college student that still lives with his father that would never allow a skull in the house
What ever helps you sleep at night son.
>being this casual
I live in a country where the archaeological society would rather see them bulldozed than escalated or preserved.
I cleaned them up and offered them to my university and two more. All rejected them. So I decided to keep them. Its a better fate than a moldy box. Plus I learned a lot from them. Like differentiating a male and a female skull and to guess their age correctly.
The gloss is varnish to preserve them.
Why you cum on Lisa, bro? Not cool...
not really weird but some pics of my family WWI and WWII we got medals too. This is great grandpa got the iron cross with swords I believe.
that's so sad, anon. where do you live? You doing a great thing by preserving their beauty! I would chill with you and smoke you out/get drunk with you. I glad there are people in this world that understand the beauty of bones and the stories they tell.
Jeffery Dahmer was a plebiean compared to my hero Tedd Bundy.
Here found it
Sorry for shit photo using my phone
I have a moa's gizzard stone, they basically swallowed rocks to help them digest their food.
Thanks man. It was a gift for helpin some old lady move some shit a while back, her husband bought it from some dude in the 30s before they got married and she wanted it to go to someone who would appreciate it cause her own family sucked dicks lol
Thanks man. I'd rather not say, I'm rather noided. But I would welcome like minded company.
I have them for almost a year now, and I consider them very dear. But I'm at all times aware that their times has long since passed.
Even today people with paper spines still crumble in front of the taboo and stigma of remains. Even 4chan has a few of those, even in a thread like this.
Found this m&m guy in the trash so I took him home and put some speakers in him.