Ready for a blast from the past? Maybe not YOUR past specifically, but like, *the* past? I know I am.

There’s hardly anything cooler than coming across something from yesteryear that makes you feel like maybe it just fell out of a time portal.

And if you find something like that, you’re pretty much duty-bound to do as these good folks on Reddit did and share it with the rest of us so we can all enjoy.

10. Picture perfect

This is just way too much.

This picture of my parents never actually happened, but two separate photos that fit perfectly together from mildlyinteresting

9. Metal Social Security Card

Made your wallet a little heavier but it was worth it.

My Great-Grandfather’s social security card was made out of metal, not paper from mildlyinteresting

8. Cast Iron Fireplace

Super haunted, very cool, 10/10.

A wall was removed in a Victorian house we are working at which revealed an old cast iron fireplace from mildlyinteresting

7. Century-Old Crayons

I wonder if they’re still working?

Found these 110(?) year old Crayolas in the back of a family secretary desk. The pack still has the crayons. from mildlyinteresting

6. An Old Medical Bill

Excuse me, I’m going to go cry forever now.

My Great Grandma’s medical bill from 1950 from mildlyinteresting

5. Bunker Hill Beam

Ok but what if just some punk from the 90’s wrote that?

Architect friends found this beam in an old house in Massachusetts, the date is the battle of Bunker Hill from mildlyinteresting

4. Note to Self

Makes me wish I would have done something like this.

Husband received a letter he wrote to himself in 1998 from mildlyinteresting

3. Doodles

I like his style. Very distinct. A lot of chins.

Doodles in 1878, by my great great grandfather. from mildlyinteresting

2. Forest Gump Ticket

You can’t even get a movie theater soda for that cheap anymore.

Found a movie ticket for Forrest Gump in the pocket of a shirt I bought at the thrift store from mildlyinteresting

1. The Passport

All that’s old is new again.

My grandmother’s immigration forms from the 1950s look just like Cards Against Humanity from mildlyinteresting

Such cool little treasures for everyone to enjoy. Get out there and get hunting, you never know what you might come across!

If you could leave one thing behind that was guaranteed to be brought out in good condition and examined in 100 years, what would you choose? What would be your hope for that item?

Tell us in the comments.

Thanks fam!