Thursday, April 29, 2010

Antique trash or treasure?

Nearly 80 Seniors gathered at the Eagan Community Center on Saturday afternoon to have their antiques evaluated. Antique experts Bonnie Lindberg & James Marrinan from "Appraisal Specialists" gave their opinions and valuations for a large assortment of old items. This woman had her Scandinavian woodcarving appraised.



16 comments:

  1. That would be fun to watch.

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  2. Leif Hagen - One Man Chamber of Commerce for Eagen!

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  3. il doit y avoir beaucoup de déceptions, tout le monde rêvant d'avoir un trésor dans son grenier.

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  4. I have a couple of antiques I wouldn't mind showing them.

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  5. God ide.
    Jeg har sett "Antique Roadshow" på BBC.
    Kanskje har vi flere verdifulle ting, uten å være klar over det?

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  6. Any Rembrandts discovered amongst the detritus?

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  7. Interesting. I love antiques. Our dining table and sala set are antiques. My mother bought those 35 years ago.Hmmm I wonder how much it be appraised.

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  8. Nice - I like to see Antikrundan at Swedish TV, which is much better than the danish.

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  9. I wonder if anyone was pleasantly surprised!

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  10. This would be really interesting...

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  11. Just like that TV program here 'travelling road show'

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  12. Surely a much nicer way to measure time and life than using a caledar. Please have a wonderful Friday you all.

    daily athens

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  13. Looks like fun! We have an appraisal TV show in Japan, too :)

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  14. That WOULD be fun...find out the monetary value of things you have sitting around. I have a couple of pieces that it would be difficult for me to find out what they're worth here, but maybe I should bring them to Eagan!! :)

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  15. Interesting event. I am a senior without antiques :-)))

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  16. If they weren't interesting in buying I believe valuations would be accurate! :-)

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