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Anyone who's ever visited eBay knows there's a lot of strange stuff for sale on the site — but some things are stranger than others.

We know, because of the posts that came up in a search for the word "Colorado" — especially after we looked in "Everything Else," the category reserved for items that don't fit in any other category.

Look below to see our ten weirdest discoveries, complete with photos, prices and links, so you can make give the oddity in question a good home.

Count them down below.
Number 10: Lot of 100 Bills — COLORADO RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA MILLION DOLLAR NOVELTY BILL
Price: $12.59
Number 9: 1951 Yearbook — Greeley, Colorado — Cache La Poudre — Colorado State College
Price: $15 or best offer
Number 8: Disneyland Pigskin Classic 1990 COLORADO v TENNESSEE College Football Disney Pin
Price: $33
Number 7: Colorado Lottery Scratch Tickets for the collector, circa 1984
Price: $2.50 or best offer
Number 6: PUEBLO, CO – SIX Postcard-Size PHOTOGRAPHS of the June, 1921 DOWNTOWN FIRE
Price: $40.00

Number 5: Colorado-CCW-Badge-Gold-Professional-Grade
Price: $34.95

Number 4: Old 1930s 1940s Real Photo Hispanic Latino Family 7 Falls Colorado Kids On Mules
Price: $8.99

Number 3: 5 Genuine From Colorado/Utah Ground Old Painted / Textured Pottery Shards Shard
Price: $14.29
Number 2: MLB COLORADO ROCKIES BIRTHDAY PARTY INVITATIONS BABY SHOWER
Price: $8.99

Number 1: RARE ca. 1940's Advertising Brochure~MT. EVANS FUR FARMS~Colorado~Facts~Ephemera
Price: $16.99

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