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By Jill Croteau

 

It’s an impressive collection amassed over decades by 89-year-old Vic Halase.

Halase has carefully and lovingly cared for his found treasures over the years but is now ready to part with them.

In the late ’90s he built a warehouse in the Eastfield Industrial Area and turned it into a personal museum.

It was a place only friends and family got the chance to see.

Everything is going up for grabs in a weekend estate sale. Brian Lehman, an appraiser and estate sale professional, is organizing the event.

“It’s about a memory. Everyone wants to take a little piece of memory with them,” Lehman said. “They’re going to be buying a memory of Vic.”

The collection is worth nearly $200,000.