Antique Show and Appraisal

WHAT IS IT WORTH?

    What is your grandfather’s pocketwatch worth?  Or your original Swatch watch?  How about the old coins, the old sugar bowl, or some other treasured family heirloom?  The painting you bought for $5 at a yard sale that you love and everyone else hates?  Comic books, baseball cards, lamps, statuettes, stamps, chairs, quilts, jewelry, model trains, Coca-Cola/Pepsi, dolls, advertising, glassware, military memorabilia, autographs, etc.

    Michael Ivankovich will be appearing at a benefit for the Meadows Foundation.  Each attendee may bring ONE item for appraisal.  Michael will look over the items, and choose some for discussion and appraisal during his presentation.  Afterwards, any items not discussed during the presentation will be appraised by Michael on a one-on-one basis.

    This program will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2019 from 2-4pm in the Community Room of the Senior Center located at 505 DeMott Lane, Franklin Township, NJ. The fee for attending is $15 per person at the door. DOORS OPEN AT 1:00 PM so that we may sign in your item for appraisal.  ALL ITEMS MUST BE SIGNED IN BY 1:45 PM so that Michael may assess the items for his presentation.

    The Meadows Foundation stewards several historic houses in Franklin Township, pursuing their preservation for the enjoyment of this and future generations.  For over 40 years the organization has benefited from the efforts of many fine people, bringing educational, recreational and interesting programming to the public.  The Meadows Foundation is a 100% volunteer 501c3 non-profit organization.  All proceeds go directly towards programming and maintenance expenses.  We are currently seeking volunteers and candidates for our Board of Directors.

    Attendees are solely responsible for the items they bring.  The Meadows Foundation, Michael Ivankovich and Franklin Township assume no responsibility.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Sue Ann Derkach at SueAnnDVought@aol.com. 

    We hope to see you at the show!

Contact Information
  1. Sue Ann Derkach
  2. tmf.org.1289@gmail.com
Sat, July 20
1:00 pm — 4:00 pm
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WHAT IS IT WORTH?

What is your grandfather’s pocketwatch worth? Or your original Swatch watch? How about the old coins, the old sugar bowl, or some other treasured family heirloom? The painting you bought for $5 at a yard sale that you love and everyone else hates? Comic books, baseball cards, lamps, statuettes, stamps, chairs, quilts, jewelry, model trains, Coca-Cola/Pepsi, ...

505 DeMott Lane Franklin Township, NJ 08873

Senior Center Community Room

505 DeMott Lane
Franklin Township, NJ 08873

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