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By LeiLani Golden - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –  The Thomasville Antiques Show and Sale is giving people the chance to find out the real story behind their heirlooms.

Appraiser Charlie Miller, who 30 years experience in the field will be on hand. The appraisal process is very similar to that of the national Antique Road Show with information about the history of an item, how to repair or preserve an item, and how best to sell an item.

The appraisals are by appointment only on Friday, Feb. 26 and Saturday Feb. 27th at the Thomasville Fairgrounds.

To book an appraisal or buy show tickets ($15), call (229) 225-9354 or email tasf@rose.net.

The show will also benefit several non-profit organizations and is expected to draw hopefuls from far away.

Some of the dealers listed for the show come from as far away as New York and Michigan.


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