PISCATAWAY, NJ - Have you inherited a beautiful painting…found a piece of jewelry at a garage sale…or discovered a confederate dollar bill while cleaning out your parent’s attic? Have you been wondering - Is it a treasure o is it trash!
On Sunday, Oct. 9th, bring as many as three (3) items to be evaluated, for a donation of three for $25 or $10 each, to the 2nd Biennial “Antiques River-Road Show” Appraisal Fair and Book Sale. The event benefits the historic Metlar-Bodine House Museum, which serves as the official historical and cultural museum of Piscataway Township and is listed on the National and (NJ) State Registers of Historic Places.
From 11 am-3 pm, expert professional appraisers specializing in art, ephemera, architectural pieces, furniture, jewelry, toys, military items, pottery, advertising, primitives, African & Asian items, glass, china, textiles and vintage clothing are volunteering to examine your possessions and determine their worth.
Tere also will be a Book Sale on subjects as varied as antiques, history, literature, collectibles, historic architecture, cooking, and art history; ite s will also be on sale in the gift shop. Refreshments will be available.