Worcestershire Heritage Group are staging their annual Memorabilia Day in the Chestnut Marquee at New Road on Sunday – the first day of the home Specsavers County Championship clash with Gloucestershire.
The event has become firmly established on the calendar during the past decade and attracts some of the best dealers in the country.
All the tables for this year's event, which has a new starting time of 10.30am, have been sold.
At last year's Memorabilia Day, a letter signed by the brother of the legendary cricketer WG Grace was amongst the items on offer.
The event gives people the chance to buy, sell or swap any item of cricket memorabilia.
Heritage Group chairman Tim Jones: "Memorabilia Day has grown in popularity during the past 10 years and there are many items of interest to cricket lovers.
"We have sold all the tables but anyone who wants to have a look around, or wants to purchase items, is more than welcome to attend."