Michael S. Fey writes:
"You never know what a day brings.
"A friend asked me to stop over to the unveiling of a 102 year old time capsule cemented into a cornerstone of the Little Falls, NJ National Bank. They were having an opening ceremony to unveil its contents.
"With nothing better to do on a beautiful sunny Sunday, I took a ride to the Little Falls Civic Center. There, I met an old collectible friend, who introduced me to the President of the Little Falls Historical Society. There were about 50 residents of Little Falls in attendance, half a dozen NJ police, and the local news.
"Next thing I know, I was given a pair of latex gloves, and a microphone and was asked to be MC in unveiling the contents of the time capsule along with my appraisal of the value of the nearly 100 old coins unveiled (U.S. half cents, large cents, half dimes, dimes, bust quarters and bust halves), some dating back to 350 BC!
"Coins, paper money, medals and tokens and rare old original documents with signatures from 1920-1921 about Little Falls were brought to light after 102 years!