Turn Garage Sale Art Into $$$ with The Art Hunter's Handbook! Authors Les & Sue Fox will be Appraising Art on Sunday, June 3rd at 1.

06/03/2012 1:00 pm
06/03/2012 3:00 pm

Authors Les & Sue Fox will be Appraising Art on Sunday, June 3rd at 1. They will also be signing their new book, The Art Hunter's Handbook.

New York Times bestselling authors Les and Sue Fox have been art and rare coin experts for 40 years. Their unique Art Auction Partnership program has connected them to thousands of average Americans, like Alison Beldsoe of North Carolina who found a 1930's painting by Fern Coppedge at her hot dog stand. The Foxes appraised it for her, at no charge, and six months later the painting was sold at auction for $29,800. Les and Sue live in New Jersey, which gives them close access to 20 million people, as well as the New York art and auction market. However, today anything that can happen in real life can happen on the internet. 

The Art Hunters Handbook is an Antiques Roadshow type book that reveals Trade Secrets to hunting down valuable paintings at garage sales and flea markets. The cover photo is the true story of Ripening Pears, a 19th century masterpiece by Joseph Decker bought at a garage sale for $5 and sold to the National Gallery of Art for $1,000,000! Will you find a million-dollar painting for five bucks? Probably not. But you might find a $5,000 painting for $100. Think Of This Book As A Lottery Ticket, the Foxes claim, With Better Odds. The Art Hunters Handbook is a profusely illustrated art book for the average person, not just art collectors, who'd like to make money while having fun. 


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