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What's It Worth??
 
2nd Annual Graffiti House Antique Appraisal Show
Sponsored by the Wilderness ‘Tiques Club
 
Saturday, November 8, 2008 from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. at the Graffiti House

 

Go into that basement!!  Dig deep into that closet!!  Shine that flashlight into the attic and barn!  Here is your chance to find out what that “unusual” gift from Aunt Minnie is really worth!  Bring all your treasures and heirlooms to be evaluated by four antique appraisers. Only verbal appraisals will be given. The cost is $10 for one item or $25 for three. All money collected will go towards the Graffiti House Restoration Project.

The following appraisers are donating their time:

Sarah Hays is the owner of the Quail at the Wood Antique Shop on Main Street in Culpeper and is helping to organize this event. She specializes in appraisals of silver, china, crystal, antique jewelry and boxes of all types.

Steve Hoffman from Madison, specializes in antique furniture, tools and weapons, especially Civil War and CSA items including Confederate currency.

Clay Dotson, an antique dealer and farmer, specializes in all types of American and Continental antiques of the 19th and early 20th century, including crocks.

 Elizabeth Hammon, proprietor of “Cottage Antiques” on Waterloo Street in Warrenton, specializes in porcelain, figurines, Victoriana, and Native American works.  (The appraisers will not appraise coins or stamps.)

 

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