Rebecca Romney is a rare book dealer associated with Honey & Wax Booksellers in Brooklyn. She is also known as a rare book specialist on History Channel's Pawn Stars.
In addition, she has authored the book called Printer’s Error: Irreverent Stories From Book History.
Keep reading to find out the success story of this book expertise.
Rebecca Romney's Net Worth
Rebecca has led a successful book expertise career and has secured a prosperous livelihood because of the experience she gained from Bauman Rare Books, Pawn Stars, and Honey & Wax Booksellers.
As of now, her net worth is under review. The gross revenue from her published book, Printer’s Error: Irreverent Stories From Book History, is also under evaluation.
However, analyzing her affiliation with the reality tv show and years long experience in the rare books industry, we can still assume that she is attracting wealth in her life.
Wiki; Bio - Family
Rebecca was born on 1 Jan 1985 and stands approximately 1.6m (5ft 6inch) tall.
The book expert belongs to Caucasian ethnicity. She was born in a religious (Christianity) family of scientists in Idaho.
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Because of her religious and educated family, she grew up learning ancient Roman history to science fiction.
Education & Career
The saying,” an apple doesn’t fall too far from a tree," doesn't apply to Rebecca Romney's life. She rebelled against her family of scientists and pursued a degree in linguistics and classics in college.
After her graduation, she taught English in Japan for about a year. Later, Rebecca was hired by Bauman Rare Books in 2007 as a part of their new gallery of the franchise in Las Vegas. Her dedication and efforts impressed the franchise, and she was promoted to the post of manager at Las Vegas gallery in 2010.
In 2011, her career took a succeeding turn when she was offered a part in the Las Vegas-based show, Pawn Stars, by American businessman Rick Harrison. She then evaluated rare books and offered advice for potential purchase by the shop in the show.
Pawn Family: Rebecca Romney with other experts who appeared on History Channel's Pawn Star, American history expert Mark Hall Patton(center) and Antique dealer Craig Gottlieb (right) (Photo: Pinterest)
And in 2014, she moved to Philadelphia to work under Natalie Bauman, a co-founder of Bauman Rare Books. For the franchise, she had to handle central operations of the firm like purchasing, marketing, pricing, cataloging, and managing over 35 staffs. After two years at Bauman Books, she joined Brooklyn-based Honey & Wax Booksellers in 2016. The company was founded by her former colleague Heather O’Donnell.
Is Rebecca Romney married?
There’s a saying that like magnet’s pole-people with opposite qualities attract each other. However, the book expert fell in love with similar magnetic-pole, which is beyond physics. She fell for J.P Romney, an author/ historical researcher.
Rebecca got married to J.P Romney in 2005. As of 2017, the couple has put a curtain in their personal life and kept it private from the public. Therefore, there are no new updates available on Rebecca's personal life at the moment.
However, as per past reports, she had been living with her husband, J.P Romney and two children in Pennsylvania.