What's It Worth?

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What’s It Worth? 

February 24, 2013 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Join the Friends of the Historical Museum as they sponsor their fifth annual “What’s It Worth?” event at the Idaho State Historical Museum. Treasure Valley evaluators will assess the value of your treasures in the areas of art, books, coins, jewelry, clothing, stamps, small furniture, LPs, 45s and record albums, clocks and watches, guns firearms and militaria, hunting, fishing and western collectibles, Indian items, china, and dolls. The entry fee at the door is only $5 per person and $10 per item to be evaluated.

Proceeds from "What's It Worth?"are helping fund the Museum's brand new exhibit, Essential Idaho: 150 Things that Make the Gem State Unique. Guests are encouraged to roam the Museum's exhibits in between evaluation stations, including an exclusive sneak-peek at select parts of Essential Idaho, which opens to the public on March 5.

The Vinyl Preservation Society keeps the day moving as their turn-table churns out vintage tunes.  Coffee and pastries are available to enhance your experience while walking between appraisal stations. Don’t miss a chance to clean out your closets and find out what your personal valuables might be worth.  For more information visit www.friendsidahohistory.com or call 208-334-2120.

Contact Name: Anne Schorzman
Contact Phone Number: (208) 334 2120 ext. 12
Contact Email: anne.schorzman@ishs.idaho.gov