Monday, April 20, 2015

Auction House to set up shop in town for one day this week

A Quebec based auction
house is coming to
Prince Rupert this week
Somewhere in your house perhaps are a couple of shoe boxes, old binders, plastic tubs or cloth sacks all holding parts of your past, or inherited items you've been wondering what to do with.

This week, you might be able to find out if there's any value in all of your mementos.

North Coast residents with those hidden treasure troves of hockey and sports cards, coins,  jewelry and any number of other collectible items might want to dust them off, or polish them up. Getting them presentable for a Montreal based Auction House that is making its way to the city for Wednesday.

The visit from International Auction has been preceded by a local household mailer campaign, with their four page information sheet arriving in most mailboxes late last week.

Inside the pages they provide a thumbnail glimpse as to some of the items they are looking for and some background about their business and what they have planned for their stop in the city.

Those with items for appraisal can take them with them, ready to ask questions of the appraisers and receive an offer for those that may hold an interest. Part of the information from their mailer advises that they are ready to pay cash should you be looking to sell.

They will be set up at the Prince Rupert Hotel, on Wednesday from 9 AM to 5 PM.

You can learn more about their services from the International Auction website here.

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