Stephenson's Auction House in Bucks County, PA has built a compelling track record over the past half-century for identifying hidden treasures in local estates. Stephenson's expert appraisers have evaluated and brought to auction every imaginable type of antique and vintage collectible, from a diminutive early 19th-century Pennsylvania walnut clock that sold for $31,625 to a contemporary Alex Katz screen-print that hammered $17,250. Now they are making their knowledge available to a much wider audience in the tri-state area by means of free valuation days on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, from 3-7 p.m. Each valuation day will be held at Stephenson's gallery in Southampton, Pa. (suburban Philadelphia). Typical appraisal categories include but are not restricted to: silver, porcelains, china, crystal, pottery, sculptures, artwork, jewelry, coins, books and ephemera; and old toys, trains and dolls. Furniture appraisals may be conducted either in person or via photographs. Anyone with an interest in learning the value of their antique or collectible object is encouraged to bring it to the gallery. There's no charge for the service and no obligation, however if they decide they would like to sell their item in one of our future auctions, we will gladly accept the consignment right on the spot, said Cindy Stephenson, ISA CAPP (Certified Appraiser of Personal Property) and owner of Stephenson's Auctioneers. Valuations will be conducted by Stephenson, as well as Tom Wakeley, Brianna McGettigan, and Melissa Hertzler. Cindy Stephenson and Brianna McGettigan are current in USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice). Stephenson's gallery at 1005 Industrial Blvd., Southampton, PA 18966, has ample free parking on site. For additional information, call 215-322-6182 or email email@example.com.