In verse, a grandmother tells her granddaughter about the day two men came to buy her "antique" furniture, which she thinks of as "a heap of rubbidge." She sells the lot for fifty dollars, only to discover that her granddaughter has bought just one of the items, a her table, for fifty dollars from a New York antique dealer. She then realizes how much the old things mean to her compared with their value to the men who have cheated her of her money and her memories.
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