Here are the answers to the Presidential Collectibles: What’s It Worth Quiz
1. C. $225
2. B. $522
3. Because it is not particularly scarce, it’s C. $20 to $30, when in good condition
4. Not particularly scarce, but still unusual, the value is: C. $7 to $12
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Climb aboard a Boeing 727 fuselage outfitted as the presidential quarters as it was aboard Reagan’s Air Force One, and have your photo taken behind the president’s desk in a replica of the Oval Office.
Worthologist Jim Warlick is taking some of the highlights from the American Presidential Experience exhibit that was held in Denver during the Democratic National Convention to Philadelphia.
In addition to the Oval Office photo opportunity and Air Force One fuselage, there will be presidential chairs, the famous Florida voting machine, presidential podium and political memorabilia from three centuries of American elections.
September 26-28, Philly Home Show, Convention Center, Philadelphia, Pa.
For more information, go to the Home Show Web site.