5th Annual Antique Appraisal Day at Old Town Newhall Library

By Signal Contributor

Last update: Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Camille with her watercolor of a young man in hat. Photo courtesy of Kelly Broussard

By Kelly Broussard, Santa Clarita contributor

 

Have you ever wondered how much a family heirloom is worth? Curious about a ceramic vase that you picked up at a garage sale?

The Friends of Santa Clarita Public Library will be hosting their 5th Annual Antique Appraisal Day on Saturday, February 10 at the Old Town Newhall Library.

This is a great opportunity for casual and serious collectors to get a professional appraisal for a small fee on art, ceramics, coins, and other vintage items.

The event was sold out last year with valuations from a few dollars for a carnival glass vase to a coin collection worth thousands.

The event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fees are $10 per item or 3 for $28. It is recommended you contact Friends@santaclaritalibrary.com for more information.

Edwin and his Indian Head pennies collection. Photo courtesy of Kelly Broussard

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Camille with her watercolor of a young man in hat. Photo courtesy of Kelly Broussard

5th Annual Antique Appraisal Day at Old Town Newhall Library

By Kelly Broussard, Santa Clarita contributor

 

Have you ever wondered how much a family heirloom is worth? Curious about a ceramic vase that you picked up at a garage sale?

The Friends of Santa Clarita Public Library will be hosting their 5th Annual Antique Appraisal Day on Saturday, February 10 at the Old Town Newhall Library.

This is a great opportunity for casual and serious collectors to get a professional appraisal for a small fee on art, ceramics, coins, and other vintage items.

The event was sold out last year with valuations from a few dollars for a carnival glass vase to a coin collection worth thousands.

The event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fees are $10 per item or 3 for $28. It is recommended you contact Friends@santaclaritalibrary.com for more information.

Edwin and his Indian Head pennies collection. Photo courtesy of Kelly Broussard