National Geographic casting ‘National Treasures’ collectibles

10/29/2011

America’s National Treasures, a new television series from National Geographic, is searching the country for objects that tell the story of our History!

Do you have a Civil War era musket? Letters or documents from the founding fathers? Ancient Native American artifacts, antique musical instruments, or pop-culture collectibles?

If you’ve got a prized family heirloom, or found object, with a connection to history and a great story to tell, National Geographic may offer up to $10,000 to display your piece in a special year-long exhibit of America’s National Treasures.

Not sure if your item is the real deal? You’ll have the opportunity to bring it down to one of the country’s best museums, and have it examined by experts to find out how your piece fits in to the rich tapestry of American History.

If you have something that relates to a person, place, or event that you think may have historical significance contact us ASAP as space is limited!

We are looking for people in Los Angeles, Orange County, New Orleans, Savannah, Austin, Kansas City, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Detroit and Chicago!

Contact us today to find out if you have one of America’s National Treasures!

AmericasNationalTreasures@gmail.com

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One thought on “National Geographic casting ‘National Treasures’ collectibles

  1. Joe Vaughan

    I am responding to the National Geographic notice: “Do You Have a Piece of History?” I believe I have the ONLY World War I daily diary in detail written by my grandfather, Col. Hugh Wilkinson, M. D. The World War I Museum in Kansas City, MO, says soldiers were not allowed to keep such documents because they could have fallen into enemy hands. This may be a one-of-a-kind document. I have photos, ship log, medical records and many other documents cover the period 1918 to 1920. Joe Vaughan – Kansas City – (913) 642-4321. Thank you!

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