Largest Ephemera Fair Comes to Greenwich, CT March 16-17

From Under $10 To Over $1 Million, More Than 80 Exhibitors to Offer 10,000 Items Plus, National Emergencies & Historic Documents that Shaped America Valued @ $15 Million (Lincoln signed Emancipation Proclamation and 13th Amendment & More) WHAT: Largest Ephemera Fair Comes to Greenwich, CT with more than 10,000 items from across the globe; Plus, historic & valuable Documents that Shaped America including Emancipation Proclamation signed by Lincoln-- collection valued at $15 Million WHEN: Sat., Mar 16 – Sun, Mar 17, 2019 (Friday, March 15 Historic Documents will be on view and Expert Seth Kaller* will be available for interview) Hours: 3/16: 10 am -5 pm 3/17: 11am – 4 pm WHERE: Hyatt Regency Hotel, 1800 East Putnam Avenue, Old Greenwich, CT According to Marvin Getman, the show’s organizer, “even professed ‘non-collectors’ often leave with at least one item that catches their interest. It could be a $20 photograph from a century ago, or this time it could be a multi-million-dollar collection that seeds the next great history museum.” Historic Document That Shaped America is provided by Seth Kaller, Inc., of White Plains, NY, and University Archives of Westport, CT.  Seth Kaller is a leading expert in Documents of Freedom. Kaller was motivated to pull together this exhibit due to his belief that “we must be better informed by the lessons of the past in order to secure a better future.” Kaller has spent a lifetime building collections for individuals and institutions focused on important American documents and artifacts. 

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