Value This! with Brian & Leon

Value This! with Brian & Leon
10:04 am
Mon March 23, 2015

Value This for the week of March 8th, 2015 (VT9610)

Web Site: www.valuethisradio.com

Call In Number: 1-877-4-1-VALUE.
 

We’ll be talking to people about a Joe DiMaggio baseball glove, a carved eagle, and a Beatrix Potter first edition (perhaps).  We also have a special guest who happened to drop in from down the street with a bag of goodies (he thinks).  We’re not sure where he gets this stuff but it’s pretty interesting.

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Value This! with Brian & Leon
12:05 pm
Wed March 18, 2015

Value This for the week of March 1st, 2015 (VT9609)

Web Site: www.valuethisradio.com

Call In Number: 1-877-4-1-VALUE.
 

On this episode: We have a great guest who will tell us everything we’ve always wanted to know about buying gold and silver…and he and we don’t get a cut.  Plus, we will have the answer to last week's stumper and the Quote of the Week.

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Value This! with Brian & Leon
4:14 pm
Tue March 3, 2015

Value This for the week of February 22nd, 2015 (VT9608)

Web Site: www.valuethisradio.com

Call In Number: 1-877-4-1-VALUE.
 

On this episode:  So what is the Bohemian Club and who were the members?  Is stuff absently removed from their premises valuable?  You’ll find out and the answer may surprise you.

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Value This! with Brian & Leon
2:31 pm
Mon February 23, 2015

Value This for the week of February 15th, 2015 (VT9607)

Web Site: www.valuethisradio.com

Call In Number: 1-877-4-1-VALUE.
 

On this episode: We have a vintage Pass, Punt, and Kick football from 1964, a done shaped cased Singer Sewing Machine, and a book signed by the guy who built the biggest private house in America.  Sound interesting?  You bet it does.  A good show!

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Value This! with Brian & Leon
11:11 am
Fri February 13, 2015

Value This for the week of February 8th, 2015 (VT9606)

Web Site: www.valuethisradio.com

Call In Number: 1-877-4-1-VALUE.
 

On this episode: More footballs and toilet talk…(do they go together?)plus we'll highbrow it with a Harvard University Commencement Program from 1820. (In other words we'll get our minds out of the gutter.) Plus, we will have the answer to the stumper and another edition of Those Were The Days.

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