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Somerville Gallery Answers the Question: What's It Worth?

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Appraisals will be conducted by experts Ashley King and William D'Anjolell, both members of the Pennsylvania Antiques Appraisers' Association Credits: Rod Hirsch
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SOMERVILLE, NJ – Gallery on Main, an art gallery and antiques shop in the heart of the downtown shopping and restaurant district, will hold its third Antiques Appraisal Day on Sunday, April 23, from noon to 3 p.m.

The appraisals will be conducted by appraisal experts Ashley King and William D'Anjolell, both members of the Pennsylvania Antiques Appraisers' Association.

Refreshments will be served. Admission is $6 per item, with a maximum of four items per person. Friday is the last day to purchase advance tickets by visiting Gallery on Main at 30 West Main Street in Somerville, 08876, or by calling 908-722-4234. Tickets will also be sold at the door.

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Ashley King, proprietor of The Clock Trader in Quakertown, PA, specializes in appraising fine modern and antique clocks, cuckoo clocks, watches and music boxes.

William D'Anjolell, owner of Imagine Antiques and Appraisals of Newtown, PA, specializes in appraising American and European ceramics, glass, prints, historical and political ephemera and American metal ware. He is also a certified personal propertyappraiser in all areas including fair market value and replacement value for insurance.

To learn more, visit www.GalleryOnMainSt.com, call 908-722-4234 or follow on facebook.com/GalleryOnMainSomerville.

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