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No treasures were found when the contents of time capsules discovered in the ruins of buildings and monuments after Christchurch's February earthquake were revealed.
But aside from a plumber's tag - the plumbers probably provided the pipe - the capsule held only newspapers from 1918, 1922 and 1933.
The tin box also delivered memories, including an old photo of Christchurch Cathedral - with a spire. The spire came down when the Cathedral was rocked by the quake and badly damaged