Your Halloween decorations may become valuable someday

A simple cardboard jack-o’-lantern dressed like a maid from the 1930s recently sold for $90.

Save your Halloween decorations. Pressed cardboard is still used to make decorations like this 8-inch-tall paper jack-o’-lantern dressed like a maid with a black apron and curly hair. The 1930s decoration was in great condition and sold for $90. (Cowles Syndicate Inc.)

Save your Halloween decorations. Pressed cardboard is still used to make decorations like this 8-inch-tall paper jack-o’-lantern dressed like a maid with a black apron and curly hair. The 1930s decoration was in great condition and sold for $90. (Cowles Syndicate Inc.)

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