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"They had to bring over water and stuff to me and wipe sweat off my head," Krytzer recalls.
"A lot of times a blanket or something will come to us and we won't know the history of it," Moran explains."I was thinking [I'd] fix up my car a little bit," Krytzer says."I started praying, 'Please be enough to buy a house or something.'" Joshua Baer, the art and blanket appraiser, was in the room on behalf of a potential buyer.He inherited the blanket initially because no one in his family realized its value, either.When his grandmother died, he had gone to her house to collect the books she had promised him.