Clock expert at Bath Antiques Show February 10
Harry Hepburn, an antiques dealer who specializes in clock repair, will be the featured exhibitor at the February Bath Antiques Show and Sale.
Hepburn has been a full time antiques dealer since 1971 and has specialized in antique clock repair since 1968. He is a licensed and bonded auctioneer and appraiser of antiques. He has given numerous talks about clocks and early antiques as well as appraisals for local antique and historical societies. He is on the board of directors of the Maine Antiques Dealers Association and also president of the Maine chapter of the National Clock and Watch Collectors Association.
If you ever had a question about your antique clock or watch, he is the man to ask. Bring your antique timepieces to the show for his advice.
The 23rd season of the Bath Antiques Show continues Sunday, Feb. 10 with more than 50 dealers present. The show will be open from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Bath Middle School on Congress Avenue in Bath. It is easily accessible from the Congress Avenue exit of U.S. Route 1. Posted signs at the intersection will direct drivers the short distance to the school. Admission is $4.
The show also offers a full café, a delicious departure from the usual fare of hot dogs and hamburgers, which can be enjoyed in the dedicated seating area.
For more information, contact Paul Fuller at Paul Fuller Promotions: www.bathantiquesshows.com or 207-582-5908.