Appraisal May 20, Auction June 17
Got Memorabilia? Get it appraised here!
The American Space Museum has a memorabilia specialist who can assess the value of your collection or of specific pieces. Our next scheduled Appraisal Day is May 20. But you can also set up an appointment to meet with our appraiser privately (which we recommend if you have a sizeable collection or large/heavy pieces) by calling the museum at 321-264-0434 and asking to speak to Karan Conklin. Appraisals are FREE.
The next AUCTION will be held on June 17, 2017.
The museum hosts Appraisal Days and Charity Auctions throughout the year. These events are made possible by individuals who choose to consign their memorabilia through us. All memorabilia is carefully handled and stored in a limited entry, secure space. Please contact the Executive Director or Deputy Director if you have any questions.
Most space memorabilia has value — even manuals, visitor passes, posters and other items that seem, at first glance, to be “throw aways.” The best way to know for certain is to let someone who understands the memorabilia market take a look at it. The museum’s appraiser, Chuck Jeffrey, will be happy to discuss the value of your collection with you.
Please note that the Museum is not selling any of its permanent collection. All items included in the auction have been donated or consigned to the auction through the generosity of space workers, collectors and astronauts. Consigners only pay a 15% auction fee.
The American Space Museum is one of the last 501(c)3 space museums in the State of Florida. Everyone involved in this auction has volunteered their time and efforts towards keeping the museum operating for the benefit of our children and future generations.
The museum is in the process of growing its education program and refreshing its gallery space. So please bid often, bid high and keep our space history alive! If there is nothing in the auction that appeals to you please feel free to make a donation on our web site.