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December 13, 2012 6:30 AM

Kids see no wealth in boomers’ hand-me-downs

Cindi Copeland can’t bear the thought of parting with the cedar hope chest her grandmother received as an engagement gift in the 1930s. She even held on to the $100 moth-insurance certificate, which expired more than 75 years ago.

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