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Annual Antique & Collectibles Show & Sale Offers Appraisals

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Wanting to know the value of the heirloom or antique you have collected over the years? Then come to the Annual Larned Antique & Collectibles Show and Sale Sunday from 1-3 PM. Bill Starr with Starr Antiques will be appraising at the show. You receive 2 free appraisals with your paid entry to the show.

Fifteen exhibitors from a three state region will be exhibiting and selling at this year's show.

This year's show will feature Victorian art glass, perfumes, sterling silver, hand stitched quilts, old prints, match safes, pocket knives, vintage costume jewelry, sewing items, collector quality buttons, Persian Rugs, antique copper and brass, pottery, ivory, hunting and fishing collectables, linens, textiles, primitives, western collectibles, spurs, horse bits, saddles, bridles, dolls, toys, militaria, historic books, military medals, uniforms, stamps, comics, coins, toys, antique jewelry, stones and polished rocks, gold karat jewelry, Victorian era furniture, and American country items.

In the great tradition of the Antique Show and Sale, food concessions will be provided by Faye Grandy of Sweet Traditions along with homemade pies.

The Antique Show's hours are Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Annual Antique & Collectibles Show & Sale Offers Appraisals

Address : Larned Community Center, 1500 Toles Ave. Larned KS
Phone : 800-747-6919   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : cholman@gbta.net

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Admission Fee : $2.00; 10 and under: FREE

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