ORLANDO, Florida -- Volunteers for the Salvation Army's red kettle campaign in Orlando, Florida, have seen some unique donations over the last few weeks.
Most remarkably, someone put four gold teeth in one of the kettles.
Employees aren't sure yet how much those are worth.
Some other valuable donations so far this year have included a five-ounce silver bar, valued at $92, a 20-13 U.S. silver coin, valued at $17 and the largest donation, a 1986 gold South African coin. It's valued at nearly $1,300.
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4 gold teeth donated to Salvation Army red kettle
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