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"What's It Worth?" Appraisal Day with Dr. Lori
Saturday, June 19, 2010 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
Who is Dr. Lori? As seen on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Tonight Show, Fine Living Network, FamilyNet, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Daytime, Retirement Living TV, and Comcast TV, Dr. Lori is an award-winning TV personality, TV talk show host, and art historian. Dr. Lori is a nationally syndicated columnist with columns carried in 86 publications reaching more than 8 million readers monthly, an editor of several lifestyle magazines, and an author with 30 books to her credit. A certified fine art and antiques appraiser, Dr. Lori is the director of the fine art resource www.DrLoriV.com and Master Technologies, Inc., of Bucks County. Presenting more than 100 events every year and conducting in home appraisal visits, Dr. Lori reviews approximately 20,000 items a year.
Dr. Lori, holding a Ph.D. in Art History from Penn State University and certified as an art and antiques appraiser, will appaise items brought by attendees. Rather than the one-to-one appraisals seen on TV, Dr. Lori will discuss all items before an audience of all attendees, providing not only information for the individual who brought the item, but providing an educational, interesting and sometimes humorous discussion of each item for everyone. Limit: 2 items. Dr. Lori will not appraise antique and collectible stamps, coins, musical instruments or weapons.
Sponsored by The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (www.genpa.org).
Light refreshments. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
For more information, contact GSP: ExecDir@genpa.org or 215-545-0391.
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The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
Founded in 1892 as a non-profit organization, the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (GSP) was among the first in the United States to recognize the value of collecting and preserving the vital and personal records of those ancestors whose lives now comprise our American History. GSP is committed to preserving and publishing heretofore unpublished primary sources. The continuing dedication to this service enables the Society to make an increasingly significant contribution to the cultural life of our city, state, and indeed the whole country.