John Moran Auctioneers & Appraisers, in partnership with the Laguna Art Museum, invites the public to have up to five items professionally valued. Appraisers at John Moran Auctioneers will provide a verbal valuation of your treasures. Please find below a full list of items that may be valued. Items cannot be left unattended within the museum.
Guests to the “What’s it Worth” may bring items (up to 5) including, Paintings, Sculpture, Prints and Multiples, Photography, Decorative Art and Furniture, Books and Manuscripts, Asian works of art and Decorative items, Clocks and Barometers, Coins and Medals, Handbags and Accessories, Ceramics and Glass, Jewelry, Judaica, Musical Instruments, Objects of Vertu, Pre-Columbian Art, Native American items, Western Items, African and Oceanic, Rugs, Silver, Collectibles, Stamps, and Watches.
Photographs / cellphone images may also be evaluated if items cannot not be brought into the museum.
Advance tickets recommended.
Museum members: $20
From our humble beginnings 50 years ago, John Moran Auctioneers has grown into a trusted, full-service auction house with an international reach. Our experienced team of friendly, knowledgeable specialists can offer you or your clients the highest level of service, whether you are seeking a free auction valuation, a formal appraisal, or a customized estate liquidation plan.
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