Wednesday 1 July 2015


Paul was not in the building Sunday, but the singer's signature thumbprint did show up in Lake Zurich. An autographed blue Fender Squier Bullet guitar was among the items brought in for free appraisals at the Ela Area Public Library fifth annual antiques and collectibles appraisal event, featuring author and antiques expert Mark F. Moran of Iola, Wis.
It is likely Paul did sign it, said Paul Jados of Hawthorn Woods, who brought in the guitar owned by his daughter.
Jados purchased the guitar for $500 seven years ago as a graduation gift to his daughter and thought he'd find out its value."I recommend holding on to it," Moran advised. Jados said he is a "huge" Paul McCartney and Beatles fan.
"When I was growing up, there were four Gods: Paul, Ringo, John and George," Jados said with a laugh.
The event, which lasted about three hours, allowed patrons to bring in their treasures on a sign-up basis to the Frances Redmon Meeting Room at the library, 275 Mohawk Trail. Lake Zurich.
"I think it's all about our patrons," said Terri Meyer, library event coordinator. "There's a calling for it."

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