GROTON SENIOR CENTER PRESENTS
WHAT’S IT WORTH?
COMMUNITY ANTIQUES APPRAISAL EVENT
The Groton Senior Center presents the What’s it Worth? community antiques appraisal event on Saturday, July 15 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Groton Senior Center, 102 Newtown Road, Groton. The event is inspired by PBS’s “Antiques Roadshow” and features local certified appraisers on hand to meet with the public for individual discussions and appraisals of antiques, family heirlooms, and other items.
The following certified appraisers have volunteered to offer appraisals at the event. Some will also have items available for sale.
• Eldred’s Auctioneers – Specializes in Fine Arts, silver and jewelry.
• Miller’s Stamp Collecting – Specializes in stamps
• Larry Shaprio – Specializes in toys, China, paintings, art, and more
• Mike Westman – Specializes in Ethnographic, silver, oriental rugs, jewelry, Americana
• Justine Demetrick – Specializes in Designer jewelry, costume jewelry, Post War Design (MCM) modernism
• Pawcatuck Valley Coin Club – Specializes in Coins
• Wills Books – Buying and Reviewing Books for 30 years
• Nathan Liverant & Son, LLC – Specializing in furniture, art, jewelry, glass
The public is invited to bring up to two items for appraisal. The fee is $5 per item. Funds raised will benefit the Groton Senior Center’s programs and services for local seniors such as meals, social activities, and programming. Refreshments will also be available for purchase.
For more information call the Groton Senior Center at (860) 441-6785.
The Groton Senior Center is a division of the Groton Parks and Recreation Department.