CPTV’s Connecticut Treasure Hunt Returns!
Expert Antique Appraisals and Unearths Many of the State’s Most Fascinating Finds
HARTFORD, Conn. (October 19, 2011) – CPTV is delighted to announce the 3rd annual Connecticut Treasure Hunt appraisal fair. With over 60 top antique appraisers from around the Northeast, this year’s fair is guaranteed to be the most exciting antiques event of the season. CPTV’s Connecticut Treasure Hunt offers appraisals on a variety of antique categories, so everyone’s collectibles have a place in the hunt.
The event will be held Sunday, November 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Connecticut. Tickets are $50 per person and include two verbal appraisals. A $90 VIP entry is also available from 9-10 a.m. All tickets are time-stamped with an appointed appraisal time and are available by calling CPTV at 1-800-683-2112 or online at cptv.org, keyword: Treasure Hunt. All tickets must be purchased in advance of the event.
CPTV’s Connecticut Treasure Hunt is made possible by presenting sponsor, Golden Gavel Auctions of East Windsor.
During last year’s CPTV Connecticut Treasure Hunt, appraisers examined over $2 million worth of antique treasures. After the event, the hype continued as hundreds of thousands of viewers tuned in to see these fascinating findings on CPTV.
In the midst of all the action on Nov. 6, a CPTV camera crew will embark on their own hunt; a search for the most unique, historical and interesting items at the Connecticut Treasure Hunt. Their findings will be shown on CPTV in the future. Stay tuned!
At CPTV’s Connecticut Treasure Hunt, appraisal experts will offer information on a broad array of items and collectibles including the following:
For additional information about the event, visit CPTV.org, keywords: Treasure Hunt.
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