A Motown Museum employee was recently picking up some items from an estate sale when he decided to purchase a few records for himself, being sold for 25-50 cents. When he got home to listen to his finds, he got a pretty big surprise – the 1964 passport of Detroit native Marvin Gaye. Even more surprising is it’s worth. An appraiser valued the lost passport at $20k. Sometimes, garage sale-ing pays off. We bet the music aficionado was pretty happy just with the records. Check out the full story here.