Antique appraisal event slated for May 31 at Redmond Senior Center

You know that old vase that Aunt Millie gave you a while back? It’s time to find out if it’s worth anything more than your memories. An antique and collectible appraisal event will be held Saturday, May 31 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Redmond Senior Center, 8703 160th Ave. NE.

  • Tuesday, June 3, 2008 12:45pm
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You know that old vase that Aunt Millie gave you a while back? It’s time to find out if it’s worth anything more than your memories.

An antique and collectible appraisal event will be held Saturday, May 31 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Redmond Senior Center, 8703 160th Ave. NE.

Registration is strongly advised. Registration fee is $5 per item with a limit of six items per person. Walk-ins without prior registration will be admitted as time allows.

Professional appraisers will be on hand to give verbal evaluations of items in the following categories:

General line antiques will be appraised by Kathleen Victor of Victor Appraisal services; dolls, toys and bears by Leone McMullen and Teresa Lehmbeck of Riverton Cottage Antiques; antique jewelry by Karen Lorene of Facere Jewelry Art Gallery; quilts by Betty Bell of Guildmark Appraisal and Estate Sale Service; fine art by Duane Benoit with over 20 years experience in fine art appraisal; sports memorabilia by Marco Spear of Kirkland Sports Cards; and books by Dacia Hanson, certified antiquarian.

Furniture will not be accepted for appraisal.

Registration can be in-person at the Redmond Senior Center or call (425) 556-2314 for additional information or to have a registration packet mailed to you.




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