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Hidden Treasures: Skinner Appraisal Day at the Currier Museum of Art

Hidden Treasures: Skinner Appraisal Day

 

Sunday, April 8 | Manchester | 10-3PM

  Robin Starr, Chris Barber, and Kaitlin Shinnick from Skinner will be at the Currier Museum of Art’s Appraisal Day in Manchester, NH.  Set an appointment to bring up to three in total works of art, antiques, or jewelry for a verbal appraisal and evaluation of each object. The proceeds from this one-of-a-kind fundraiser event go directly to supporting the Currier, ensuring we can continue to bring you inventive exhibitions, thoughtful public programming, fun events and, of course, world class art.

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Mt. Kearsarge Annual Fundraiser | November 3 & 4

The Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum will be hosting their Annual Fundraiser with  Antiques Appraisal Events on Friday, November 3 and Saturday, November 4, 2017.

On Friday, November 3rd, participants will enjoy a Skinner Auctioneers and Appraisers event called “What’s It Worth?”  This event is both entertaining and educational for those interested in the history and the value of antiques. You may bring 3 treasures to the museum for evaluation and verbal appraisal! … Read More

The 28th MASSART Auction | April 8

Massachusetts College of Art and Design will celebrate the 28th MassArt Auction on Saturday, April 8, 2017 featuring Karen Keane, CEO of Skinner, Inc. as auctioneer. The proceeds of this spectacular night, featuring a live and silent auction, cocktails, and more, will provide vital scholarship aid and academic program support for our deserving students. MassArt is the nation’s only independent public college of art and design and is dedicated to providing an exceptional and affordable education for the next generation of artists and designers.… Read More

Adopt-a-Book 2015 with the American Antiquarian Society

Roberts III, John (1724-1778) Manuscript Memorandum and Account Books. Offered in the upcoming spring book auction: May 27- June 7, 2015

Massachusetts is home to a wealth of institutional rare book libraries and special collections, private and public. Collecting groups, college and town libraries, historical societies, and museums contain an astonishing depth of irreplaceable monuments to our collective social and intellectual history.… Read More