Virtual First Tuesday | April 7

Join us for First Tuesday online!

Tuesday, April 7 | 1:30PM – 4PM

Find out the value of your objects from your home!

While we cannot invite you to join us in our Marlborough Galleries on April 7, we are still here to help. Skinner specialists will be on hand from 1:30PM 4PM to evaluate items via email. Contact us with your requests at evaluations@skinnerinc.com and we will answer them in as “real time” as we can. Specialties for this First Tuesday will include fine art, jewelry, watches, scientific instruments, modern design, fine silver, and European antiques.

Please submit photos and brief descriptions of your items. Limit of 3 objects per person.

SUBMIT REQUEST HERE

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6 thoughts on “Virtual First Tuesday | April 7

  1. I have a cup/beaker given by Paul Revere to my ancestor Benjamin Russell. It is 3 1/2″high with 21 faint chamfers or facets. It is engraved with vine leaves around the rim and script initials B S R. On the bottom is the REVERE mark in rectangle. I believe it dates to the 1790’s

  2. I would like to have some items appraised.

    The first item is a doll that was given to me as a child by my great aunt. I estimate that this doll is at least 100 yrs old. I had been told that she has a kid skin body and bisque head. She is approx.. 23 ½” long. There are no clothes or accessories.

    The second item is another doll. My grandmother was born in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 1896. I believe this was one of her dolls. The body is made of cloth. I am not sure of her head, but believe it might be some sort of a china or bisque. She is approx.. 13 ½” long. She is in her original clothes.

    The last item is an album of post cards from all over the world. My mother’s great aunt was a governess and traveled with wealthy families. Again, these postcards are over 100 years old. Most of the postage is $0.01! All the writing is in Dutch as they were sent to my grandmother by her aunt. There are approx.. 132 postcards.

    I hope you will consider my items for your online appraisal. Thank you in advance.

    I am having difficulty sending pictures at this time. My daughter will be home soon to help me get them over to you. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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