Categories Stumble Upon A small piece of cardboard stock paper worth more than gold? Post author By jeff noel Post date July 23, 2015 3 Comments on A small piece of cardboard stock paper worth more than gold? 1950’s small town business card. Jack Noel was buried April 13, 2001. Yesterday marked 14 years since then. This business card is a cherished memento. A small, unremarkable piece of cardboard stock paper? This is similar to Ernest Hemingway’s infamous six word story. Next Blog Tags business, card, Dad, Old By jeff noel Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites. View Archive → ← Die defending it? → Change one word in this ad and everything changes 3 replies on “A small piece of cardboard stock paper worth more than gold?” Jeff, What a special memory marker! It does mean a lot to you, as it should! Bob Bob isn’t it fascinating how a tiny piece of paper can feel like a priceless jewel? It is the value of the one who held it first! Comments are closed.