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    Michael Vaughan Ashes 05 Actual shirt worn!

    Hi all, this is my first posting on this forum, the owner of an ebay shop suggested I post here for some advice. Basically, my sister won a competition recently, with Blundells Estate agents, who she uses as a letting agent for her property. It was the second pize, and is the shirt Michael Vaughan (England Cricket Captain) wore when England won the ashes in 2005. It has been signed by himself and the team, and proffesionally mounted in a big frame. It is a lovely piece, and I'm sure be highly sought after by any England cricket fan, must be quite a rarity. I also have a letter from blundells informing her of the prize, and also the contact telephone number, for Michaels brother, David who is I beleive the manager at out local Blundells office, and would be able to confirm its authenticity. Anyway, I'm looking for some advice as to how to maximise it's potential when selling it (she has no interest in cricket...neither do I!) I'm wondering if Ebay is the right place to sell it, and how do I find out realisticaly how much it is worth. If anyone can offer me any advice I'd be really grateful, or if anyone knows of anyone who might be interested in it. It would be ideal for maybe a sports bar or even a museum. Thanks for looking anyway simonacer1@hotmail.com to contact me, or i'll be checking back on here frequently, regards, Simon . Here is a picture of it by te way.
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    Hi all, this is my first posting on this forum, the owner of an ebay shop suggested I post here for some advice. Basically, my sister won a competition recently, with Blundells Estate agents, who she uses as a letting agent for her property. It was the second pize, and is the shirt Michael Vaughan (England Cricket Captain) wore when England won the ashes in 2005. It has been signed by himself and the team, and proffesionally mounted in a big frame. It is a lovely piece, and I'm sure be highly sought after by any England cricket fan, must be quite a rarity. I also have a letter from blundells informing her of the prize, and also the contact telephone number, for Michaels brother, David who is I beleive the manager at out local Blundells office, and would be able to confirm its authenticity. Anyway, I'm looking for some advice as to how to maximise it's potential when selling it (she has no interest in cricket...neither do I!) I'm wondering if Ebay is the right place to sell it, and how do I find out realisticaly how much it is worth. If anyone can offer me any advice I'd be really grateful, or if anyone knows of anyone who might be interested in it. It would be ideal for maybe a sports bar or even a museum. Thanks for looking anyway simonacer1@hotmail.com to contact me, or i'll be checking back on here frequently, regards, Simon . Here is a picture of it by te way.
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