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Freeman's Auctioneers & Appraisers Free Appraisal Event
Sat, Aug 3 & Sun, Aug 4
Saturday, August 3: 12PM - 7PM
Sunday, August 4: 10AM - 4PM
"What's It Worth?"
You will receive a free verbal appraisal of your art, antiques or jewelry from Freeman's specialists, many of which appear on the famed PBS program, Antiques Road Show.
Participants are limited to two items per person. Items not appropriate for appraisals are guns, toys, dolls, coins or stamps.
Reservations for appraisal appointments are recommended. To make an appointment, call Freeman's at 267.414.1250.
You will receive a confirmation email which will have your brief description of your item and a scheduled time. Plan to arrive during your assigned time. You may not enter prior to the time window on your confirmation email. This email will also include a waiver which you should print, sign and bring with you to enter the event.
Upon arrival, attendees will see a generalist appraiser who will assess their item and assign them to a specialist appraiser. Some appraiser tables may be busier than other and attendees should be prepared to wait. This is the first time TRUMP is hosting “What’s it Worth?” and while we will make every effort to minimize lines, attendees should wear comfortable shoes and come prepared to wait. An exhibition of Freeman’s autumn auction highlights will be on view in the waiting area as well as a cash bar and lounge for your convenience and comfort while you wait.
What does the time on my confirmation email mean?
We are using timed tickets in an effort to avoid long lines. Please plan to arrive during the time window on your ticket, showing up earlier will not permit earlier access to the appraisers.
What type of item may I bring?
Freeman's appraisers are experts in a wide variety of categories including Fine Jewelry & Watches; American Art & Pennsylvania Impressionists; Modern & Contemporary Art; European Art & Old Masters; American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts; English & Continental Furniture & Decorative Arts; Asian Arts; Rare Books & Manuscripts; Oriental Rugs, Carpets & Textiles; and Silver & Objets de Vertu. Participants are limited to two items per person. Items that will NOT be appraised include sports memorabilia, coins, stamps, dolls, toys, pop culture, posters, guns, and arms & armour.
Are any specific items prohibited?
Participants are limited to two items per person. Items that will NOT be appraised include sports memorabilia, coins, stamps, dolls, toys, pop culture, posters, guns, and arms & armour.
Please limit your items to two.
How long is the wait to see an appraiser?
Wait times will depend on the number of guests and types of items at any given time. We are making every effort to minimize lines during this inaugural event, however, attendees should wear comfortable shoes and come prepared to wait.
What do I do if I need help carrying my item?
You may bring photos of your item. Be certain to take photos of all sides and include detail photos of any signatures or markings. Dimensions and other relevant information should be included as well. Verbal appraisals from photos are difficult so we encourage you to make the most of the event and bring a smaller item. Assistance will NOT be available to carry or transport your item so be sure you can manage carrying, and potentially waiting in line with, your item on your own.
How can I contact an appraiser?
Business cards for all appraisers will be available as you exit the event.
Why do I need to sign a waiver to enter?
Everyone who attends “What’s it Worth?” must submit a signed waiver before entering. If your item is damaged or broken while on Trump’s property, neither Trump nor Freeman's will be held liable.
Will there be security at the event?
Yes, Trump will have extra security in place during the event.
Where can I park?
Parking is available on site in Trump Taj Mahal's parking garage. A small parking fee will be collected upon entrance into the garage.