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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Some odd relics and other items to be found at Nashua ‘TradeLand’ business

NASHUA – TradeLand recently opened on Daniel Webster Highway, after the owner closed and moved his business from Hudson, formerly known as Cash Converters. Some oddities are up for sale at the buy, sell and trade establishment. Owner Craig Salvucci said nearly every item has a story to tell at his secondhand shop.

Tradeland is located at 293 Daniel Webster Highway in Nashua. The store can be reached at 603-886 - 5300 ...

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NASHUA – TradeLand recently opened on Daniel Webster Highway, after the owner closed and moved his business from Hudson, formerly known as Cash Converters. Some oddities are up for sale at the buy, sell and trade establishment. Owner Craig Salvucci said nearly every item has a story to tell at his secondhand shop.

Tradeland is located at 293 Daniel Webster Highway in Nashua. The store can be reached at 603-886 - 5300

A Massachusetts woman brought a signed photograph of Boston Bruins legend Bobby Orr signing autographs. The woman said her father used to bring her to Bruins practices in Wilmington, Mass., in 1970. Over time, she gathered several signatures of Bruins players from the 1970-71 team on the back of the Instamatic photo. Price tag: $200.

A Gibson SG double neck electric guitar, made popular by Jimmy Page, lead guitarist for Led Zeppelin. Price tag: $2,499.

A local antiquer brought to TradeLand his collection of whale ivory scrimshaw pieces, gathered from the southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts area, from Bedford into the southeastern parts of the Bay State. Price tag: $200 to $500 apiece.

A secondhand dune buggy vehicle, decorated with a few stickers. Price tag: $899.