Antiques Roadshow at the Lord C

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Tuesday 28th November

There's to be an Antiques Roadshow with a difference tomorrow, from 12noon until 4.00pm at The Lord Combermere.

You can bring as many items as you like for a free valuation. Then, if you wish to sell, Churchside Antiques of Nantwich* will buy them.

They are looking to value paintings, clocks, Rolex watches, gold, silver, jewellery, coins, medals, Omega watches, wrist and pocket watches, pottery, old postcards, concertinas, Doulton, Moorcroft, Keith Murray, Beswick, Masonic, fountain pens, fishing reels, Amber beads (minimum £100 paid for them) and will buy any pre 1947 silver coins.

Please bring any scrap gold as prices are high again.

You can get further information from Churchside Antiques on 0800 389 7080 or 07976 612247 or email Simon Thompson at: v

*They are based at Smithy House, Heatley Lane, Broomhall, Nantwich

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