What's it Worth?

1:30pm - 3:30pmSun Nov, 2

Community Rm A+B

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Select a maximum of two 'priceless' possessions, and haul them over to the Library's antique and collectible appraise-a-thon. Appraisals will take place on a first-come first-served basis as time permits. Weapons will not be covered. If you love Antiques Roadshow, you won't want to miss the return of this popular appraise-a-thon event.

Alan Snyder of A.G. Snyder & Associates is a certified antiques and estate appraiser in Watchung who has been in business since 1979. He has participated in appraisal programs since the early 1990s long before 'Antiques Roadshow' debuted on PBS television. 'As changes occur in collector interests it's more important to have items appraised before selling them or throwing them away.' Snyder says  'It's always a good idea to get an expert opinion.'

There is no charge to attend the program  but advance registration is requested. Sign up today!


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