Wednesday, January 7, 2015

How much is your Spoerts Memorabilia worth? Find out on Saturday!


The Darby Free Library first founded in 1743 is the oldest library in Delaware County by far.

Once again Ron Oser and The Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum are joining forces to help you answer that nagging question of

  "I wonder how much my Sports Memorabilia is worth?"

 If you  have an item or collection that could have moderate or considerable value, bring it to the Mickey Vernon Museum to have a knowledgeable estimate of your sport treasure's worth be given to you. 
Ron is a leading expert from the east coast offices of Huggins & Scott  (one of the country’s leading sports memorabilia auction houses located in Silver Spring, Md.), will be on site at the museum on

Saturday, January 10, 2015 from 12 noon to 2 pm



to share with you his thirty years of experience in the sports collectibles field. Whether you have sports cards, autographs, programs, ticket stubs, game used jerseys and equipment, or any other sports related pieces from the 1880s to 1980s. Ron specializes in giving a fair and realistic estimate of the current market value of any sports memorabilia that you have. He estimates that the value of the items presented to him for evaluation by individuals who visited the museum in 2014 had a total value of over $100,000. He was so impressed with the quality and significance of the items presented that he looks forward to offering his services in 2015. For anyone interested,


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