Humans are good at many things, but one of the things we are best at is creating garbage. We keep producing more and more trash every year, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. You know what they say though, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Now I personally have never gone rooting around in the garbage on the off-chance I would find something useful or valuable, but some people really do. A man who works at a university has come across some unique things during his time working there. When kids leave for the summer, they tend to throw out the things that they can’t fit in their cars. He’s found some interesting things before, but he says this one might top them all.
He found this long golden box just sitting in a dumpster. He has found some unsavory things in the past, so he is always wary when opening things like this up.
He opened it up to find this sitting inside. The minute I saw this I had an idea of what it was, and I was seriously excited.
Some people wouldn’t have any idea what this could be. If you’ve ever seen Kill Bill though, you must recognize what this is.
The top 3/4’s of the object separates from the bottom 1/4.
Any idea what it is yet?
It’s a freaking samurai sword!
Now I definitely can’t read Japanese, but it looks to me like the box might hold supplies of some kind. The paper looks like it could be a certificate of authenticity possibly.
It seems my first guess was correct.
If this thing has any sort of monetary value, taking care of it would be crucial.
Though I honestly have no idea what any of these things do.
So this is the inside of the paper from earlier. It seems as though I might be right about it being a certificate of authenticity. I can’t be certain though.
This is an extremely cool setup however. I’d definitely be checking into the value of it.
I’ve always wanted to own an authentic samurai sword, so finding something like this would have been a huge thrill for me. It doesn’t seem like something you would throw out though. I mean it seems to have some sort of value, whether it be monetary or sentimental. You know what they say though, finder’s keepers.