Ever wondered how much that old heirloom vase is worth? What about the quilts sitting in your attic? Now’s the time to find out; the Glengarry Pioneer Museum will be hosting an antique appraisal day on Saturday, August 19 from 11am to 4pm. For $5 per item, experts will give you an appraisal on furniture, art, books, jewelry, toys, textiles and more!
Bring your favorite antiques to be appraised, or come see private collectors showing everything from vintage chocolate boxes and kitchenware, to chainsaws, tractors and antique cars. There will also be a silent auction, kids’ activities, and food and refreshments available.
For more information or to volunteer, visit glengarrypioneermuseum.ca.
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