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April 28, 2009

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Jeff

Hi Deborah.

As a museum, we don't appraise objects (see our post on this for more info: http://nationalheritagemuseum.typepad.com/library_and_archives/appraisals/), but we do collect material about various fraternal organizations, including the Supreme Tribe of Ben Hur. If you're interested in having us consider your great uncle's certificate as a donation, take a look at this page on our museum's website: http://www.nationalheritagemuseum.org/Collections/DonationProcedures.aspx.

Thanks for reading - and commenting!

Jeff

Deborah Rondeau

I have my Great Uncle's Certificate. Are they worth anything? His is dated 1913. Is anyone collecting them?

Jeff

That's great! Thanks for reading our blog. - Jeff

john

i have the 1880 book ben hur a tale of christ,

Jeff

Thanks for the comment! - Jeff

David Beyersdorf Sr.

My mom was born Jan 24 1928 she was the fifth generation of the Ben-Hur Tribe her maiden name was Sherman.

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