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Dumpster or No Dumpster?

ArmoireMore valuable today or ten years ago? What do they sell for now?

500 dollars
1,500 dollars
15,000 dollars

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Found a Rare Book

BookI met Angela in October at the Maryland Home & Garden Show near Baltimore, MD at one of my events. She likes to yard sale shop and bought this book for one dollar. It is a rare copy of Alice in Wonderland that sells for 10,000 dollars. Do you need my expert professional review for a book you own? See a larger photo and what fans are saying about my sneakers in the photo on the Dr. Lori Facebook page.

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SignPrint out this newsletter or save it on your mobile device. Show it to me at one of my shows in Tulsa, OK on November 20-22 to receive one verbal appraisal at no charge. Arrive early enough to a show time and get two appraisals at no charge. Paid admission to the home expo is required to redeem this offer. Do you have a question about how to attend an event?

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Answer

Not all antiques increase in value with age. Armoires were very popular before the introduction of flat screen TV's. Now, not so much. Today this armoire will sell for 1,500 dollars. Learn how to correctly identify it. Back in the 1990s, it sold for 15,000 dollars when people would reuse them in a bedroom to house their old bulky TVs. Are you wondering about the history and value of an old piece of furniture? Send me a photo or bring it or photos of it to my events for my review.

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