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Local 'hidden treasures' looking to reach Pirates

Ye Olde Curiosities Shoppe Dr. Arnold R. Saslow said he aims to capture history with his Ye Olde Curiosities Shoppe. Saslow, a former Centers of Disease Control federal officer, has been at this location for the past 24 years, buying, selling and appraising what he calls “the history of mankind.” He acquires antiques and treasures from auctions all over the world, collecting paper money, stamps and foreign coins, as well as other rare items. Despite the occasional wandering student who makes his or her way into his shop, he typically does not encounter interest from Seton Hall students looking to buy his items. Despite this, numerous Seton Hall students have volunteered their time to Saslow’s store. “We recently sold a deal of 110,000 Lincoln pennies minted before 1958,” Saslow said. “Everyone of those pennies was sorted through by a Seton Hall student.” Where: 111 South Orange Ave.

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