Collectors of vintage sports memorabilia can learn more about their value at “What’s It Worth?,” a special appraisal day at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center on Saturday, December 12 from noon to 4 p.m.
John Brigandi of Brigandi Coins & Collectibles in New York City, one of the nation’s preeminent memorabilia dealers, will appraise items and collectibles from visitors (with a limit of three items per person). The free appraisal is offered to all ticketed Museum guests ($6 per adult, $4 per student).
Brigandi Coins & Collectibles is a family owned and operated dealer of rare coins and collectibles since 1959, and widely recognized for its industry-leading knowledge, integrity and trust. John Brigandi has been featured as an expert in numerous media outlets and national broadcasts, including ESPN, Forbes, History Channel, YES Network, PBS, National Geographic and more.
“As a family business of 55 years, in its third generation, we are always interested in finding the right opportunities to help collectors and preserve the industry through fair appraisals,” said John Brigandi. “We’re excited to see the one-of-a-kind collectibles that come through the Museum doors on December 12, along with the personal stories behind them.”
For anyone wondering whether the “junk” gathering dust in the attic or sitting at the neighborhood garage sale is valuable, Brigandi and his team will help educate visitors and inform them “what it’s worth.”
For more information, call the Museum at (973) 655-2378 or visit www.yogiberramuseum.org.