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September 13, 2012

Antiques Valuation

SANDOWN — Don't miss the Sandown Lions second annual Antiques Valuation on Sat., September 29, from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Sandown Town Hall, basement level. Devin Moisan is once again returning to Sandown to give verbal valuations of antiques and other neat stuff. The cost is $10.00 per item or $25.00 for three items.

Last year some license plates and an old painting were among the surprise treasures.This year, could it be something of yours?

Mr. Moisan is the owner of Devin Moisan Auctioneers, Inc., a full-service antiques auction and personal property appraisal company located in Dover. The Sandown LIONS wish to thank Mr. Moisan and his colleague for the generous donation of their time and knowledge to our popular fundraiser. Refreshments (baked goods, sandwiches, coffee & soda) will also be available. Please bring as many items as you would like but we reserve the right to limit the number of items per person to a maximum of three should it be necessary to limit the wait time. For more information on Mr. Moisan, visit

For questions about the event, call the Sandown Lion at 603-974-0758.

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