I don't know if this is the correct place to write this and I'll keep it brief, but I have a situation where I might need some money and I have an original Reds prized possession and I just wanted to see if this is something that might be marketable on eBay or if anyone had any other ideas where I could sell - bar, restaurant, etc.
I have a tribute to Riverfront stadium. It's a very large professionally framed project that including all unripped 2002 tickets depicting a major even in the stadium. They are individually attached with see through acid free photo clips. Also included is turf with COA from the turf days. The kicker that really makes this nice is the Farewell to Riverfront baseball cards of all the great players with a piece of actual seat (red and blue). It has the complete set which used to be booked at $260 bucks, but no idea now. They include Bench, Morgan, Perez, Dunn, Larkin, concepcion, etc. They would be very difficult to find. It also has a few other cards, autos, GUs memorabilia. Centered in this frame is a picture I bought /10,000 from opening day showing the last opening day during the National Anthem. the frame itself is thick black with red matting. I can email a pictures of the whole project. The frame job was extensive using only the best materials and cost $600 bucks it self. A rough estimate off all the memorabilia plus framing is $1500 bucks. I don't really want to sell, but wanted to get an idea from you all of marketability and possible selling price. It would take the right price, but thought I could at least get a preliminary idea here.
Thanks for any comments.