Useless Baubles or Fancy Trinkets?
First, visit Mr. House and after complimenting his snow globe collection, you will be able to sell your snow globes to his "wife," Jane, for 2000 caps apiece. They will then be displayed in the Lucky 38 presidential suite on a stand. When the player finds a snow globe in one of the add-ons, it will automatically be transferred to a shelf in the presidential suite and the player will automatically receive the 2,000 caps.
- Goodsprings Cemetery, near the water tower and next to the only non-oval-shaped grave.
- The Lucky 38 cocktail lounge, hidden behind a cash register to the right of the entrance.
- Vault 21, in Sarah Weintraub's room, next to the rentable room. Requires picking an Average lock.
- Hoover Dam, on the counter inside the Hoover Dam visitor center.
- Nellis Air Force Base, in the Boomers' museum, on a desk to the right of the door.
- Jacobstown Lodge, sitting on the reception desk.
- The Old Mormon Fort, in the corner tower. It is located upstairs, in Julie Farkas's room, on a shelf.
The snow globes found in add-ons are not part of this quest, but still pay the 2,000 cap (or Sierra Madre chip, in the case of Dead Money) finder's fee. Their locations can be found on the snow globe page.
- After the Courier has returned seven snowglobes from the Mojave Wasteland, the snowglobe stand will "sparkle" for a moment.
- Quest name from Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide