Original posters.

Discussion in 'Memorabilia, Media & Publications' started by KatyG, 23 Oct 2011.

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  1. KatyG

    KatyG New Member

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    Hi

    My dad has given me an original large poster that he was given when working for the railway. It is a 1960s poster for York. I was just wondering if anyone knew if they were of value and if so how much?

    He has asked me to sell it for him and Ebay is so different in prices..

    Any help would be great!!

    Also i have some old rail riders badges when i was younger... are they of value?? thanksKaty x
     
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    142094 Established Member

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    Welcome to the forum. Yes, the posters are normally quite valuable, although I'd reccommend selling them via a specialist auction, and getting some advice on what price it might make before selling.

    As for the badges, hard to tell as some of them could be quite commonly found but normally they'll sell quite easily as well.
     
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