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>federal officials searched Julia Turing’s home in Conifer and recovered the items, which are valued at $37,775

I’d really love to know how this value was determined. Is this like some sort of ‘Antiques Road Show’ valuation for insurance purposes?

The real answer here, given the historical context, is probably closer to ‘priceless’.

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