$2 Photo Bought At Thrift Shop Could Fetch $5Mil At Auction (Watch)

$2 Photo Bought At Thrift Shop Could Fetch $5Mil At Auction (Watch)

Billy-the-Kid-photo for auction

A newly discovered photo, showing the famed outlaw Billy the Kid playing croquet at a wedding in 1878, has led to another mysterious image, also purchased at a thrift store, that may depict the gunman sitting with his killer.

An auction house in October verified that the croquet photo bought for just two dollars at a Fresno California junk shop contained legendary American Old West outlaw Billy the Kid, and could fetch $5 million at auction.

What luck, huh?

Now, attorney Frank Abrams believes that a 3ΒΌ-by-3-inch tintype he bought at a flea market in North Carolina might depict both Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett, the sheriff who killed the notorious outlaw in Fort Sumner in 1881.

(Watch the video below and READ more about the new photo in the Albuquerque Journal)

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