You thought those ratty old stockings your mom has been hanging since 1985 were the ultimate throwback to Christmas past, imagine looking through your attic and finding the claymation versions of Rudolph and Santa from the classic 1964 film "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer." One homeowner did. But it's the value of the props that might have been the even bigger surprise.

Check out how much they're worth in the video below.

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