The Boster Brothers are just a couple of laughing, smiling, fooling around guys who travel the country in search of American pop culture, memorabilia, antiques and collectibles, and classic road food.

They've been actively collecting Americana for nearly 40 years and know a little bit about alot, and alot about some things.  They don't claim to be "experts," nor do they promise to be spot-on accurate about everything.  But they will more than likely be able to tell you the value of what you own, some history behind its origin, then point you in the right direction to sell it.

CURT BOSTER has been a well-respected dealer/collector of sports memorabilia for more than 25 years.  He owned a high-end collectibles gallery in Downtown Columbus, Ohio in the mid-1990s before opening a memorabilia/Americana retail location north of Columbus in the late 1990s.   Curt brokered the deal with a group of local investors that brought Lou Gehrig's famous "Luckiest Man" retirement speech uniform to Central Ohio in 1996.  He has worked on-air in radio for more than 20 years in the capacity of sports director, talk show host, and writer.  The younger of the Boster Brothers has been the President/Co-Chairman of the Touchdown Club of Columbus since 2001, and still represents retired and Hall of Fame football players in respect to their promotional appearances and product licensing.

Curt has traversed Route 66 across America eight times, lived comfortably in South Florida on several occasions, and is even the lead singer in the band Big Hole Swiss.  His collecting interests--besides sports memorabilia--include 1960s toys, antique advertising, and brewery collectibles.  There is a seemingly unlimited collection of minutiae swimming around inside his head, and he's not shy about sharing it.    Curt's summer ride is his blue 1963 Ford Falcon convertible.

ALAN BOSTER still works for a living, but is nearing retirement.  His future plans include even more time on the road with Curt looking for cool stuff, as well as restoring classic cars in his garage.  He has actively played guitar since his teenage years, and plays lead guitar with the band Big Hole Swiss.  Alan has no experience in broadcasting, but he has more than enough to add to any conversation since he's been along for the ride with his brother for the past 30 years.  His individual collecting interests include tiki mugs, vintage guitars, and citrus juice cans.  Alan owns several classic cars...all convertibles.

The Boster Brothers have mutual collecting interests as well ranging from glass insulators to 19th Century glass target balls, and memorabilia from early Florida roadside tourist attractions.


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