Allentown Public Library Hosts “What’s it Worth”

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Fans of the popular “Antique Road Show” on PBS will have the chance to have their own treasures assessed at the “What’s it Worth” event at the Allentown Public Library on Sunday, October 28th, 1 to 4 pm, conducted by Joe Bodnar of Bodnar Auction House in Edison, NJ.
Those who attended last fall were entertained and informed by Mr. Bod- nar about the value of dolls, furniture, costumes, fine jewelry, toys, art works and much more. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn the value of your own treasures and tips to protect the value of objects, and to learn what is “hot” in the market, and why!
Mr. Bodnar has over 25 years as an auctioneer and is past president of the NJ Auction Society and is affiliated with the National Auction Association. He is happy to be returning to the Allentown Library for this “friend/fund raiser” as an expression of his philosophy. “Auctioneers don’t buy any- thing. They are in the business to support people who are downsizing, to help with an estate, or to provide knowledge of family possessions.”
Tickets are $20 per item to be appraised and are on sale at the Library. All proceeds benefit the Allentown Public Library. Only 100 tickets (items to be appraised) will be sold.

Contact: Joan Ruddiman • 609-529-6701 •