Wait until they die it will be sold within 4weeks

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There are two kinds of priceless. One is where a price cannot be put onto an item, not because it doesn't have value, but more because the price it is valued at will never equal the value by means of sentiment. The second 'priceless' is where the item has no firm figure placed upon it; it could be an item that has no guide as to it's value and, as such, has no price-tag because no-one knows what price to put onto the item. <br />
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There is a third (actually) and that is an item which is so openly, highly valued that it is impossible to put a resale value or woth to it. An extreme example would be if the Taj Mahal was to be put onto the property market; how could it possibly hold a price? It couldn't, so it becomes priceless<br />
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yes your correct maybe i should of just said 50,000

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A good example of 'priceless' is (let's say) a collectable doll. Let's say it's worth 5,000 ... or ... it's worth only 50. It's been handed down for 4 generations and then it's put to an antique specialist on a TV show. He says it's 'priceless'. What he's saying is that it holds more value in sentiment (which has a different sort of value) than the 5,000 or the paltry 50 because once it's gone, it's gone. I don't know why they say this on TV Shows. In the main, to the average guy on the streety, *everything* has a value, and so they should give the value.

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