Do you have a treasure in your attic?
Road Show comes to The Locust Grove Estate, a museum, nature preserve and education center in Poughkeepsie, NY
-Sunday April 28th - 9 am to 6 pm
For immediate release
Event: Antiques, Art and Collectibles Discovery Day, a Charity Event to Benefit Locust Grove
Who: The Appraisers Road Show
When: Sunday April 28th --- 9 am to 6 pm
Where: 2683 South Road, Poughkeepsie, NY
Cost: $7 per item up to 5 items, with no charge for additional items
Contact: Robert Meringolo, firstname.lastname@example.org , (518) 937-4976
*No appointments needed, experts available for on-site home visits
An antiques and art discovery day will be held to benefit The Locust Grove Estate, a museum, nature preserve and education center in Poughkeepsie, NY on Sunday, April 28th, between 9 AM and 6 PM. The event is open to the public. Antique, art and collectible experts from The Appraisers Road Show will hold the event at Locust Grove, which is located at 2683 South Road in Poughkeepsie. The proceeds will support educational programs at Locust Grove. No appointments are needed. For larger collections, home visits are offered.
The event offers everyone the opportunity to have their heirlooms and collectibles verbally analyzed and given an auction estimate. Specialized experts will be available to talk with directly. The public can bring their objects for viewing. Or, if there are a large group of items, team members may be contacted for on-site visits.
This will be the thirty-second road show held in New York State in the past seven years. It will be at The Locust Grove Estate in Poughkeepsie for the second time.
A number of important antique finds were made in the past, which include a one million dollar Chinese Imperial Zitan chair, a Gustav Stickley corner cupboard and a group of Japanese Surimono prints. Besides these treasures, a number of other surprises have been found at all price levels, often to the delight of the owners.
Featured will be leading experts in Americana documents and maps, jewelry, silver, furniture, stamps, coins, toys, military relics, books, sports memorabilia, Chinese and Japanese objects & ceramics, rugs, tapestries, prints, posters, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography and other collectibles.
“We are excited to host The Appraisers Roadshow at Locust Grove,” said Ken Snodgrass the Executive Director. “The ability to offer a unique service for the public and partner with the great people from the road show is a win, win combination.”
A $7 fee per item will be charged, after five items there will be no additional charge.
Maps and driving directions can be found there. Or, call (518) 937-4976. The Appraisers Road Show is an independent organization with no affiliation with Locust Grove.