Cincinnati Gardens’ memorabilia will go up for sale via Everything But The House

Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Business Courier.

Written by Bowdeya Tweh.

Dave Greene calls himself a collector by nature.

The 56-year-old Greene has spent 36 years accumulating just about anything you can imagine while working at the Cincinnati Gardens – programs, trophies, jerseys, ticket stubs. But soon, items part of his personal collection and those on display for years at the entertainment venue are now heading to the auction block.

Greene has a deal with Cincinnati-based online estate sale operator Everything But The House to auction off hundreds of items that have been part of his collection. A Walt Wesley Cincinnati Royals warmup jacket, a game-worn Cincinnati Mohawks jersey, and a 1954 Governor’s Cup trophy are among the items planned in auction, which is expected to launch in late August or early September, he said.

Click here to read more in the Cincinnati Enquirer and Cincinnati Business Courier.

Originally published July 28, 2016.

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