• Audrey Wall

Greenwood’s Treasures in the Attic coming Saturday, September 16


PHOTO BY AUDREY WALL

Some of the Vintage Sale objects at Treasures in the Attic

Hudson’s very own ‘Antiques Roadshow’ annual event is coming up so don’t miss this unique opportunity to get your own treasures appraised by experts.

This year there will be seven expert appraisers on hand to evaluate your antiques and collectibles. Bring them in and find out the story behind your special item. Please note there is a cost of $5 per item evaluated.

New this year, is a professional numismatist (coin expert) Peter McDonald, and a vinyl record expert Rob Carr to appraise both LPs and 45s. Our regulars Victor Isganaitis is back to assess general antiques, decorative and fine Arts, Canadian, American and European, Wilfred de Freitas and Susan Radvin (books), Kevin Colgan (general antiques, carpets, art and paintings), Maureen Trudel-Decelles (gold buyer, jewellery), and Roberto Menard (nostalgia items, toys, glass and china).

Call Greenwood at (450) 458-5396 for an appointment, or drop by between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at St. James Church with your article(s).

During the day, a tea room will offer hot homemade apple pie and scones, along with coffee and tea. A raffle will take place throughout the day, with prizes drawn at 3:30 p.m.

A very special Vintage Sale will take place all day, featuring many interesting items for sale, including an antique wash stand, mirrors and lots of collectibles. All proceeds go towards the upkeep of Hudson’s historic treasure, The Greenwood Centre for Living History. Please drop by and help make this event a success.

Greenwood’s annual Treasures in the Attic event takes place Saturday, September 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. James Church Hall, 642 Main Road.

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