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12:50 PM, Feb. 7, 2014  |  Comments
Antiques appraiser Mark Moran studies an ornate chair brought to the second Lester Public Library of Arpin Antique Appraisal Event. Other items people brought to Mark included Civil War letters, aged political posters, oil paintings, charcoal drawings, wooden statues, a carving of a Chinese Immortal and more. The event not only drew a large crowd but raised more than $350 for the library. The library already has been asked when the next appraisal event will be held. For a schedule of hours and events, please visit www.arpinpl.org and its Facebook page.
Antiques appraiser Mark Moran studies an ornate chair brought to the second Lester Public Library of Arpin Antique Appraisal Event. Other items people brought to Mark included Civil War letters, aged political posters, oil paintings, charcoal drawings, wooden statues, a carving of a Chinese Immortal and more. The event not only drew a large crowd but raised more than $350 for the library. The library already has been asked when the next appraisal event will be held. For a schedule of hours and events, please visit www.arpinpl.org and its Facebook page.
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