Folsom Antique Fair 2013 Fall

15 September
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Date/Time
Sunday, September 15, 2013
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Historic Folsom District


The long awaited revitalization of Historic Sutter Street is complete! Thousands of happy shoppers filled the four blocks of Sutter Street for this popular event. A tradition in Folsom since the 1960’s, Folsom’s Antique Fairs draw thousands of enthusiastic shoppers from throughout Northern and Central California and Southern Nevada.

FREE admission, parking for shoppers in our multistory parking garage (located at the foot of Sutter Street), free handicapped parking (at Wool and Sutter Streets) along with convenient access from Regional Transit’s Sutter Street Station with free light rail passes enhances attendance at this event.

Throughout the four blocks of Sutter Street, shoppers always find a great selection of antique and collectible merchandise, live entertainment and food and beverage service.

This is always a rain or shine event, so think sun!!!

Folsom’s Antique Fairs feature glass, china, pottery and porcelain, including:

Depression Glass, elegant glass of the depression era, American pattern glass, and California pottery

American and European furniture, including Hoosier cabinets, pie cupboards, bookcases, bedroom suites, and dining sets

country and primitives, including cast iron, ice cream and Bakelite gaming items, old farm equipment, tools, and trunks; estate and vintage jewelry, watches and accessories

paper collectibles, including post cards, books, old sheet music, sports and movie memorabilia, and advertising signs

prints and paintings

clothing and textiles, including vintage furs and linens; silver and silverplate

musical memorabilia including hand-crank phonographs and records (78 and LP)

vintage lighting fixtures; and shabby chic and garden decor

ANTIQUE APPRAISALS 7:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Gary Cox, The “Antiques Answer Man” sets up in the 800 block of Sutter Street near the Folsom History Museum. Mr. Cox is
well known locally for his work with the Crocker Museum, KVIE’ s Central Valley Chronicles and local historical societies. Mr.
Cox appears annually with the Folsom History Museum’s Evaluation Day and is a frequent appraiser with Twin Bridges Appraisers’ Panels.

Verbal appraisals are available for $7 per item or 3 for $20.00. Mr. Cox is available as well to arrange for a formal appraisal of individual items or estates for insurance purposes or for sale.

He is located near the Folsom History Museum on Sutter Street near Decatur Street.

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