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De-accessioned Items Lists

Looking for objects for your museum?  See link to de-accession lists below

Does your museum have a list of de-accessioned objects to share with MPMA members?  Let us help you find new owners.  Contact MPMA at

Terms for Posting

Posted items must be owned by the posting museum and no longer relate to it's mission.  Items must have been approved for de-accessioning by the museum's director.  Lists are posted for two months.

Items to Be De-Accessioned

The City of Greeley Museums has produced another list of newly deaccessioned or retired items offered unconditionally with the instructions to dispose of them as is practical, preferably to another institution or cultural organization.

Greeley Museums declines items that do not meet our Mission to “preserve and interpret the history of the Colorado high plains region with an emphasis on the City of Greeley and Weld County.” By policy, the Greeley Museums may deaccession an item for several reasons, but the items offered here are from the following two categories:

1. Non-relevance: Any artifact no longer relevant or compatible with the City of Greeley Museums’ mission statement may be disposed of properly.

2. Maintenance: Any artifact that cannot be properly stored, preserved or used in a professional manner to insure its integrity may be disposed of. This situation may result from undue size, excessive quantities of similar artifacts, fragility, or other unique circumstances.

Please peruse the list located here:

If you see a group of items, or even a single item that is of interest to you, please contact me as instructed in the link above.  It should be noted that interested parties must make arrangements to retrieve items, or will be responsible for the cost of shipping.

Our mission with these items now is to locate a new home for them with the intent that they will help further the mission of that institution or organization. Please do not wait, though, as this list will expire on March 31st, 2019 and we hope to hear from you soon!

Sarah Saxe, Curator of Collections
City of Greeley Museums
714 8th Street, Greeley, CO 80631
Office: (970) 350-9219
Fax: (970) 350-9570

Surplus Equipment

Items for Sale by Museums

Storage or Office Equipment

BUYERS: Looking for a bargain?  Contact the seller directly.     

SELLERS: Does your museum have items to sell or give away?  Let us help you find new owners. We will post them on this page.  Contact MPMA at

Terms for Posting

Items to be posted must be owned by the selling museum.  Please submit a jpeg (72-96 dpi) and description of the actual item, purchase price, contact information and shipping details.  Send to and we will post your listing.  Items will be posted for 2 months.

The Dr Pepper Museum has a pinewood derby track for sale

Custom made pinewood derby track with electronics.  Removable wrap around steps for access to start gate.  Length 40'.  Height including step handrail 5 1/2'.  Track width 3'.  Width including steps and removable storage unit 6 1/4'. 

One time purchase price of $25,000
Payment plan - $30,000 over 2-3 years

Shipping not included.  Item large enough that buyer will need to contract with a moving company if moving out of the central Texas area. 

Joy Summar-Smith, Sr VP, Interpretation
Dr Pepper Museum & Free Enterprise Institute
300 S. 5th St.
Waco, TX 76701
254.757.1024 ext 130

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