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By Aaron Bruckart
Saturday, February 19, 2005
‘The Munsters’ are alive in Tony Greco’s basement.
Greco, 46, says he has one of the largest ‘Munsters’ memorabilia collections in the world. He keeps his toys and collectibles at his home in Brookline.
‘I used to watch them in the ’60s when I was a little kid,’ Greco says. ‘When I was 6 years old I fell in love with The Munsters.”
…Gary Sohmers, a collector and appraiser from Massachusetts who has appeared on “Antiques Roadshow,” is familiar with “Munsters” memorabilia.
…”Mint ‘Munsters’ lunch boxes go for over $500,” he says.”