ANSWERS: 100
  • My dad has a record player from eons ago.
  • My kitchen table and chairs are over 20 years old.
  • My son remarked upon my marriage to Richard that my new husband owned nothing newer than 100 years old. Now that is a slight exaggeration, but he did still have a rotary dial phone among other things!
  • The diary I have kept for my son for over 35 years and I still write in it.
  • I have my Grandfathers Blackthorn Walking Stick. It's got to be over one hundred and twenty years old - and the rumours are that in his day he cracked a few heads with it in the wilds of Ireland : )
  • I have some baskets that my grandfather made when he was alive. He started weaving baskets in Italy when he was 5. I also have a 1970 Chevelle SS in the garage.
  • Yes...the bed frame that my mother slept on when she was a teenager, the bedroom suite from when I was 5 years old, the TV cabinet from before I was born, quilts that my grandmother hand stitched, the list goes on.
  • Many things - my lawyer's bookcase is 107 years old, my buffet is 120 years old, my rocking chair is 70, my clothes valet is 60 years old, my china and crystal are 95 years old, my grandmother's wedding dress is 95, my mother's letters and her journal are over 30, and many of my baseball cards are from the 30s and 40s.
  • LPs, Tools, Guns and shooting equipment, Gibson J-45 guitar, German gypsy fiddle from about 1840, drawing and writing instruments, CDs, cassettes, hunting knives, books, photographs, an ebony ring my g'father carved for my g'mother with silver inlays, childhood stuff from myself and my sisters, utility trailer, family photos dating from the 1800s, a couple of rocking chairs, other stuff, a mix
  • I'm only 25, so this is questionable, but I do have a stuffed animal that I've had since I was a kid. I dont remember how old I was, but it definately is the oldest thing I own, not counting all the baby stuff my mom kept.
  • I have a bunch of odds and ends but the biggest pieces are the rosewood curio cabinet and a cool amp my dad bought from this bar that went out of business a while ago. It's from the 70's and never had the screen changed out, it's completely yellow from the smoke.
  • jewelry given by my Mom worn by her on her marriage .
  • Yes, there is one thing. It is my stuffed otter, Otter. He is old & fragile. I guess he has a bit more beanie feel than a stuffed feel. In short, he is very valuable.
  • Several items given to me by family members!
  • Well, my house is over 20 years old to start with. My dining room table and chairs belonged to my mother in law and they are over 40 years old. My kitchen cabinets are 30 years old (and they look it). I have a ton of books that are at least 30 years old. There are a lot of vinyl LPs and cassette tapes that are over 20, photos, newspaper articles about family members, a cashmere coat, a pair of shoes, my husband's bike, my husband's weightlifting and football trophies, my dance awards, jewellery, some fossils, rocks and sharks teeth that my kids collect. A rocking chair, and antique chest of drawers and the fridge in the rec room. I think that's about it!
  • My son's bedroom furniture is from the 1940's. I have some crystal from the early 1900's and some jewlry that belonged to various family members and some that I aquired as a child.
  • You know what's that old............the flying saucer outside!!!
  • I have a LOT of items in my house over 20 years old. It'd probably be easier to list things UNDER 20 years, really. The oldest things I have are some books which are some hundreds of years old.
  • Many things, I collect antique Porcelain Figurines, Books, Coins, which I have Roman coins , old( not worth a lot) but I have coins 4/500 years old in very good condition.
  • I have a painting that I bought in 1985. I love it. Everyone else in my family thinks that it's hideous and begs me to get rid of it.
  • First thing that comes to mind is a dresser that used to belong to my sister. I think my wife also has one of her grandfather's old cowboy hats.
  • It would be a shorter list to tell you what is under 20 years old in my house! Seriously I have a couple of antiques and a couple of books published prior to 1905 (one is "The Diary of My Honeymoon" and it's hilarious). I also have many of my childhood books.
  • Many. Quite a lot of Victoriana, but some of the pieces go back to the 17th century. Quite a few 18th century books, and a 17th century Bible. A bit of Roman glass. Mind you, a friend had a bit of straw reinforced mud brick brought back from the middle east that was from Sumeria, about 3000 BC.
  • Over 20? Sure. Many bar glasses that were my grandparents', knives (my grandpa was a butcher), furniture items (like a cedar chest from my grandma), candlesticks, jewelry... I'm sure there's many more items - but that's the short list.
  • O yea tons of bottles over 100 years old and some old coins
  • My teddy bear. He is at least 26 years old. Thats how long I've had him, and I don't know how long he sat on the shelf before my aunt bought him for me.
  • Aye.. indeed, many things. The house itself and its fixtures.
  • I've got many antiques, furniture, pottery, and clocks that are 100-300 years old. Our piano is almost 35 years old. Our piano next door is from the late 1800s. I think my downstairs TV is 25 years old. Many of my books are over 20 years old, even 100 years old. My cuckoo clock is 25 years old. I've even got some quilts that are older than 20.
  • Yes, but not my computer...
  • I'm in the music room in my house, and there are over 5000 things in this ROOM that are over 20 years old: Record Albums. I have a 100 year old piano in the sitting room, and an antique dining room suit, also.
  • Many things here are over 20 years old. About the only things that are not would be my TV's & this P.C. & the food in the ice box I hope.
  • Yeah, lots of things. Our bed, an antique sewing machine, baseball cards, our couch, lots of MY clothes, shot-glass collection, lamps, etc.! I'm old and don't throw much out!
  • I have many items I have collected over 30 years of travelling to Indonesia, so yes. But the oldest thing I have is a Byzantine cross from the 6th-8th century, sent to me by a very kind man for helping him work on a website. It is iron and has the five wounds of Christ on it.
  • A vase over 200 years old and a gun over 30 years old.
  • A gold pendant(minus chain)that I'd found in my veggie patch. It was Dated April 14th 1836 on the back with a small inscription. Can't forget the clock I inherited from my Dad. It's a wooden gear Eli Terry made in 1792. Still runs but needs adjusting every week.
  • A refrigerator, (which will be replaced soon) a dryer, a wall oven, and a large cabinet stereo system with record player, 8 track and radio.
  • I have a Wrigleys Spearmint gum wrapper from 1915. It is so cool. It says "The perfect gum" "Adelicious lasting flavor. Perfumes the breath." It has Wrigley's signature on it.
  • tons, their not all mine though. I have an 1889 silver dollar I can claim.
  • Yep..A very old wall clock..Older than me..I'm 21 yrs old now.
  • My wardrobe? Just kidding. I have an old tea set my grandmother gave me. It was given to her as a wedding present.
  • Yes: Off the top of my head: Four computers, my favourite jacket which I still wear quite often, two cassette players, a suit case, a couple of tables, a camera, records and cassettes, some books.
  • Yes. Many things in my home are over 20 years old, and inherited from my family members.
  • A singer sewing machine which was my great great grandmothers its around about 120 yrs old.
  • Leslie Siegel has many things that are over 50 years and more and Leslie Siegel was given tons of things from the 1920's, 1930's 1940's and 1950's by this old man who was married to a big band singer named Gloria Wood who had a sister who died suddenly in 1947 named Donna Wood! Leslie Siegel wrote a novel called WHERE THE WOODS WERE and you can even see it at http://wherethewoodswere.blogspot.com and read about Leslie Siegel having all the antiques from Donna & Gloria Woods heyday, which was in the big band era during World War II on beyond that ... Leslie Siegel has old radio scripts written in a child's notebook fro school and it's dated February 28, 1927 and even mentions an interview between the station and Elizabeth Linburgh who was mom to Linburgh plane guy who got the baby taken from him! Also, have old recordings from Disney where Gloria Wood worked as a voice over, and I have original photos of everything back then at least 80 years ago, maybe more! I have so much on these sisters. Anyone wants to see Leslie Siegel's photos or things on Woods, just write her at ksiegel61@yahoo.com .. PLEASE NOTE THAT LESLIE SIEGEL DOESN'T HATE HER SISTERE!
  • yeah this gold elephant
  • Yes, I have my grandparents family Bible, it is 70 years old. Very precious to me...
  • My grandmothers welsh dresser (a cupboard thing), and her dining table, and her mirror and brush, many things of hers actually!!
  • i have a 1953 packard clipper oh, it is also for sale i have a 69 chevy truck, not for sale and some old car sales and magazine articals.
  • A whole lot of things in my house are much older than 20 years. My mother and I both love antiques.
  • yes. the piping, the bath tub, possibly the floor, & i'm betting there's layers of lead-based paint under the current layers. oh, i also have an ice box in my kitchen! i'm thinking all the cabinets in there are likely 20+ years in age.
  • Albums, casettes, video tapes, Intellivision game console, Coleco game console, a 26 year old TV, the furniture in my two bedrooms, books, almost 1 million baseball cards, Christmas ornaments, some wine, a clock, toys, games, collectables, photos.
  • we have coins and my husband owns a rifle that his grandfather had when he was a boy.I also have bibles from both sides of my family that date back to the early 1900s.
  • I'm only 22, so just a teddy I got when I was born, and my birth certificate I think!
  • I have a quilt made by my late great grandmother for my mother when she was a child it is 40+years old and needs a ton of work but its hanging in there XD
  • My dad has several antiques, but I don't know exactly how old they all are, just that one chest of drawers is over 100 years old, and he has a few coins that are VERY old (some Roman ones, some silver coins from the 16th century, etc). He's not really a 'collector', but he does have a few. ***** Things 'I' actually own? I have a Mesopotamian bronze arrowhead that is somewhere between 3-4 thousand years old : )
  • we have an antique sewing machine that belong to my great grand mother. It still works to this day!
  • Many things.Furniture,photos,jewelry all are at least 60 years old.
  • I have 3 original 1st Edition Dungeons and Dragons books from 1979. They are in mint condition and signed by Garry Gygaxx (the creator) himself!
  • Yes. My mom has a few cups in our house that she got from my great-grandma that my great-grandma got on her wedding day.
  • Yes -- my favorite toy from childhood (30 years or so ago), a Muppet of Grover from "Sesame Street". I also wear every day my grandfather's watch -- the first gift my grandmother ever gave him -- which was made in the 1930's.
  • I have the entire set of Charles Dickens novels first editions my wife had passed down to her when her grandmother died. An earlier relative of her grandmas gave it to her.
  • Yes my baby bottle its 39 years old its a glass pyrex one :)
  • A rolltop desk that used to be in an insurance office about 30 years ago.
  • Yes -- I'm wearing my grandfather's gold watch, which is about 70-80 years old.
  • My dresser and curio are old and my son is 19 now and I still have his crib so pretty soon that will be 20!
  • Yep...Got a ref that's 29 years old and still working, but with a few problems from time to time.
  • there are a few furnitures which are over 22 years old...
  • Half the stuff I own is over 20 years old, and a least a quarter of that is over 30 years old.
  • I have a Palmer pool Cue that was made in 1970, an old apple peelintg machine, I have one of those old orange juice extractrors that has a handle so you can squeeze the juice out.
  • I have a couple things : A pebble from the tomb of Tutankhamun, a Roman coin, and a Koto Katana Signed Kanetsugu from around 1530 that was mt Dad's favorite possesion, I have no idea where to put it but... I like it and I remember staring at it as a child wondering what stories it had...
  • Yes, many things. The thing I know of that is the oldest is a table from my grandmother that was made somtime in the 1820's or 1830's.
  • a set of corduroy chairs from the early 70's given to me by my parents
  • Yes. I have a few antiques as well as a few concert posters and T-shirts from the 70s & 80s.
  • Some albums and a 76' ford
  • Oddly enough there is a graveyard in my back yard. It is an English family burial ground from the 1700 and 1800's. As kids we dug up alot of really old medicine bottles in the yard and we have found a few other things such as keys and even a wooden doll. The people buried there used to own the land and the house I live in now.
  • Yes I have things that were my grandma and grandpa's, i had more but in my younger years did some dumb things and don't have them anymore...i am thankful i still have some things though! they are irreplaceable!
  • money?
  • My light switches! The entire fabric of the building! Loads of stuff.
  • Comic books is about the only thing and Mad Magazines dating back to the 1950's.
  • sure..i've got some family heirlooms and a lot of second hand stuff that i pick up at sales etc.
  • sure I got my baby pictures :)
  • Arrow heads. Pets?
  • Some of my dad's old photos and books.
  • Three Lionel Train engines. A 1941 Army switch engine, a 1948 Praire Steam Engine and a 1958 Sante Fe Deisel
  • The only thing I can think of would be a picture...I have pictures that are over 20 years old but that's it.
  • We live in a house with eclectic surroundings. My wife likes newer items, and I like antiques. So we have both. Some of the items I have bought date back to the early 1800's.
  • yes i have a 100 year old spoon a buda from ww2 a ink canister from ww2 a silver bowl more than 250 years old a polish badge from ww1 and ww2 and a german badge from ww2 also i have a silver/gold star from ww1. :)
  • Yes... Dishes, silverware, MANY pictures (I'm supposed to be scanning them), some documents, About 300 record albums, about 250 45s, a number of cassettes, NUMEROUS paperback books, a box full of cartoon books (Peanuts, Tumbleweeds, Wizard of Id, Garfield, a lot of nicknacks, probably a TV or two, a Victrola and records for it, some jewelry, some clothing, towels, and much more, I'm sure.
  • I have a 1975 Rickenbacker 483 electric guitar, that I've been promising myself I'd learn how to play since I bought it in 1985. Still can't, though ;).
  • yea I think so. I've collected stamp when I was inelementary school. My dad has something old like crystal, gold, stone, wines, watch, jewelleries. Those items have keep in the cupboard for very long time.
  • This is disgusting, but aside from books, the only thing I own that is 20 years old or older, are the bath towels my mother bought me on the night I went to college. Yes they are raggedy. No they aren't our primary towels. However, they HAVE held up pretty well.
  • I have a wash basin that is supposed to be about 150 years old.
  • photos and a vintage green adidas jacket!... do i just love my jacket !!!
  • Guns, coins, and other things.
  • My family has an ancient Lutheran bible one of the first ones to be printed, its in german (he was german) but its starting to fall apart, the cover is wooden and the pages yellowed, im going to hire someone to rebind it and ill keep it as a family heirloom locked up in a box. My family isn't even religious, we just keep it because of it's age.
  • My computer desk. It was my grandfathers.
  • A camera my dad bought to take pictures of me when I was born...It looks awesome. Some of my clothes and toys my mom kept for me when i was one year oled. She gave them to me when I had my baby...too bad I had a boy..hehe
  • Lots! *I have my great grandmother's wedding band (1911) *Most of my dolls are from the 60s and earlier, *An inflatable coke bottle that dates from the 60s or 70s (not sure, can't find it in the books), *A Vietnamese chess set I bought at a garage sale from a vet. *A stapled-back-together teacup from the 1900s, *our wedding tiara (400 yrs old) And more.... I just love things that have a history of their own.
  • I have a penny from 1923 =]
  • Yes, a lot of things. Mostly hand-me-downs from my parents, like old record players and albums, furniture, etc. My favorite though is an antique hookah that was apparently my great-grandmother's. She used to smoke flavored tobacco out of it. I found it when I was living in my grandmother's house, and when the house got sold and I had to move out, I took it with me.

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