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Photo Gallery: Art & Collectibles Appraisal Fair

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Jim Willison, founder of Tangibilities, has an original watercolor by Chen Shaomei appraised at $24,000 by Kurt Shaw at the Cooper-Siegel Appraisal Fair in Fox Chapel.
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Kurt Shaw examines a painting during the Appraisal Fair for collectibles at the Cooper-Siegel Community Library in Fox Chapel.
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Guests wait in line for their number to be called to have their art and collectibles appraised by auction expert Kurt Shaw at the Cooper-Siegel Community Library in Fox Chapel.
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Erin Troutman brought a silver French wedding tree for a appraisal from Kurt Shaw at the Appraisal Fair at the Cooper-Siegel Community Library in Fox Chapel.

Residents learned the value of items stashed away in their own closets during an Art & Collectibles Appraisal Fair on March 16.

Art expert Kurt Shaw was at the Cooper-Siegel Community Library to take a peek at old, unique and peculiar items. People brought coins, books, furniture, jewelry, paintings and toys.

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