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Mar 25, 2015
7:52 PM
I recently found the orginal Duffy the Dog costume. I don't need it so I have decided to sell it. Any clue on where or how much? I know it is really worth done cash. But we will see where it ends up.
355 posts
Mar 25, 2015
8:12 PM
Probably not worth as much as you think, unless there is some local collector with deep pockets who just has to have it. Would be nice to see the costume on display, too bad Dayton doesn't have a media, children's, or even local history museum where such memorabilia can be displayed.
13 posts
Mar 25, 2015
8:48 PM
Let us know where you list it and for how much.
115 posts
Mar 25, 2015
9:22 PM
And DMH, any hint on what you're hoping to get? Ballpark range?

Last Edited by wolfcreek on Mar 25, 2015 9:23 PM
172 posts
Mar 26, 2015
9:57 AM
If you do not sell it, perhaps you could loan it to Carillon Park to put on display. After all it is a part of Dayton history. Might be fairly recent history to us but to future generations it'll be like we see the stuff that's There today.
298 posts
Mar 26, 2015
11:34 PM
FreedomWriter - When I read first read this topic, I also thought of Carillon Historical Park. As Calhoun noted above, Dayton doesn't really have a media museum that would be a logical place to display such an item. But in thinking of my trip to Carillon Park last summer, it doesn't seem like it would fit there either. I don't recall there being any displays of local media history, and it wouldn't be a good fit for the Heritage Center of Dayton Manufacturing & Entrepreneurship.

Does the WKEF (Channel 22) studio in Miamisburg have any kind of displays from past programming? That would seem to be a logical place since it was related to one of their early productions, but then it wouldn't really ever be enjoyed by the public.

Does anyone else have any ideas of where to display unique items from Dayton media history? Of course, we are making suggestions on where to display the costume, while the poster (dmh) is offering to sell it (not donate it). Maybe there will be a Hard Rock Dayton someday - it can be displayed next to a sequined Vegas Elvis jumpsuit.

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