The Electronics Buyback & Collectors Roadshow that set up shop in Harrisburg in May is back this week, this time from 8 a.m. though 6 p.m. through Friday at the Town and Country Lions Club building.
Frank Ross, public relations representative for the company, said the Roadshow staff will examine and may make offers on electronics, gold or silver jewelry coins or old games.
Old cell phones are of particular interest. A used iPhone could be worth $250 on the resale market, an old BlackBerry could be worth $200, a second generation iPad could bring $180 or a used PS3 game system might be worth $300, especially if they remain in the original packaging, according to information provided by the company.
The Roadshow has a database of collectors who want specific items. If a person visits the Roadshow with an item on a collector’s list, the Roadshow gives the seller cash on the spot.
Collectors are interested in all toys made before 1965, war memorabilia like swords, daggers, medals, helmets, etc., silver coins and paper currency, musical instruments both new and used, especially vintage guitars, diamonds, all gold jewelry, broken jewelry even costume jewelry, pocket watches and more.