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8th Jun 2015
Aylsham market place by John Tookey sold by Keys for 320

Whether it’s a family heirloom which has been in the attic for years, or a picture picked up in a car boot sale – owners of antiques, collectables and fine art can find out what their pieces are worth at a special charity Antiques Roadshow style Valuation Day in Aylsham on Friday 12th June.

One of the county’s leading experts, Paul Goodley from Keys Fine Art Auctioneers, will be on hand to appraise and value all manner of collectables items, at Arnolds Keys estate agents in the town’s Market Place.

Mr Goodley is providing his time free; a charge of £1 per valuation will be donated to Arnolds Keys’ current charity, Break.

Collectors can bring their antiques and artefacts without appointment at any time between 10am and 4pm.

“This is a great opportunity for people to find out what their collectables are worth,” said Keys Fine Art Auctioneers general manager Kevin Lines.  “Whether it’s a valuation because they are thinking of selling an item, or simply out of curiosity, this is a chance to consult some of the county’s leading experts for a nominal £1 charge, all of which will go to a very good cause.

“People are welcome to bring anything in the antiques, collectables or fine art field, including jewellery, pocket- and wristwatches, timepieces and clocks, barometers, microscopes, telescopes, silver and silver plate, ceramics and porcelain, pictures, and even small pieces of furniture – irrespective of their condition.

“Sometimes these occasions throw up unexpected treasures, and we hope that we will uncover some interesting items during the Aylsham day.”

The Valuation Day takes place on Friday 12th June at Arnolds Keys estate agents at 8 Market Place, Aylsham, from 10am to 4pm.  No appointment is necessary.

Keys Fine Art Auctioneers and Arnolds Keys estate agents are both part of Arnolds Keys.