Can you tell me how much something I own is worth?
No. Federal law prohibits the Museum from providing appraisal services or information on any object's value (real or perceived). In the interest of fairness and because of the potential for abuse of the Museum's good offices, its staff, volunteers, and all affiliates are strictly prohibited from providing valuations of any object at any time for any purpose. To locate an appraiser, consider contacting your regional branch of the Appraisers Association of America or the American Society of Appraisers directly. Also, books are available within specific subject domains that describe market prices.

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1. What kind of items is the Campbell Historical Museum collecting?
2. What items does the Museum not collect?
3. Why can't the Museum accept everything? Why weren't my items accepted?
4. Why and how is ownership of my donation formally transferred to the Museum?
5. What recognition do donors receive?
6. What about tax deductions?
7. Can you tell me how much something I own is worth?
8. Will you keep my donation forever?
9. Where and when will you display my donation?