Get your heirlooms appraised
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Comollo Antiques and Appraisals appraise some fairgoers family heirlooms.
Comollo Antiques and Appraisals appraise some fairgoers family heirlooms.
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BENNINGTON- Bennington Museum is holding its annual Appraisal Fair on Saturday, March 29, from 1 to 4 pm. Bring in family heirlooms or the odd, quirky piece, get it appraised, and have questions answered. Come visit Bennington Museum’s annual Appraisal Fair, and perhaps discover what that treasure is really worth. Appraisals are $5 per item, with a limit of five items.

Among the appraisers is Charles Flint, of Charles L. Flint Antiques in Lenox, MA. Flint has an impressive background in and knowledge of antiques. He has performed appraisals and authentications for many museums, as well as private collectors and insurance companies. A member of the New England Appraisers Association, he has particular strengths in 17th to 19th century oil paintings, early furniture, Revolutionary and Civil War items, toys, dolls, games, paper and rare books, clocks and barometers, and numerous other areas.

Clarke Comollo, of Clarke Comollo Antiques and Appraisals in Manchester Center, comes from three generations dedicated to the antique and appraisal business. Working from an old schoolhouse, Comollo Antiques and Appraisals buys, sells, appraises, and educates customers on antiques, art, and cultural artifacts.

Visit www.benningtonmuseum.org or call (802) 447-1571 for more information about the museum.
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