'Trash or Treasure' event in Lindenhurst

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Saint Boniface's Episcopal Church in Lindenhurst held "Trash or Treasure -- An Antiques Road Show Experience" to raise money for helping veterans.

Certified appraiser Eddie Costello discusses an old research
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Certified appraiser Eddie Costello discusses an old research book with its owner, Anne Allen of Northport, whose husband collected them. (April 14, 2013)

Certified appraiser Eddie Costello takes a close look
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Certified appraiser Eddie Costello takes a close look at a research book at "Trash or Treasure -- An Antiques Road Show Experience" at Saint Boniface's Episcopal Church in Lindenhurst. (April 14, 2013)

Maria Hyde of North Babylon discusses an oil
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Maria Hyde of North Babylon discusses an oil painting with certified appraiser Eddie Costello at "Trash or Treasure -- An Antiques Road Show Experience" at Saint Boniface's Episcopal Church in Lindenhurst. (April 14, 2013)

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About 40 people attended
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

About 40 people attended "Trash or Treasure -- An Antiques Road Show Experience" at Saint Boniface's Episcopal Church in Lindenhurst to benefit the church's veteran outreach program. (April 14, 2013)

Certified appraiser Eddie Costello examines a sculpture at
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Certified appraiser Eddie Costello examines a sculpture at "Trash or Treasure -- An Antiques Road Show Experience" at Saint Boniface's Episcopal Church in Lindenhurst. (April 14, 2013)

Certified Appraiser Eddie Costello takes a close look
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Certified Appraiser Eddie Costello takes a close look at a Victorian cheese knife at "Trash or Treasure -- An Antiques Road Show Experience" at Saint Boniface's Episcopal Church in Lindenhurst. (April 14, 2013)

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