To potentially better understand just how rare "New Old Stock" might be,,, please consider this;
Let's say we were talking about a 1942 Packard. It still has the original factory protective plastic over the seat covers,,, the original factory equipment and price paper stuck to the left rear window and only has 2 miles on the odometer.
"THAT" would be a New Old Stock car! It would be a classic and vintage car, but since it had never been used or driven, it was still in "brand new" condition! I hope this better explains what New Old Stock is, and how extremely rare it is to find ANYTHING that is 60-125 years old, but is still in an unused and MINT condition.
Boomer has always said there is no time like the present,,, and there is no present like "the time" !!! http://www.boomertime.com/