Antiques Roadshow Event St John New Brunswick 2012

 

NEW  BRUNSWICK   CANADA
BRITISH  ARTIQUES   ROADSHOW  CANADA  TOUR

 

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT



THE  BRUNSWICK  SQUARE  SHOPPING   CENTRE   ARTIQUES  ROADSHOW -  SAINT JOHN   -  NEW BRUNSWICK

27 - 28th - APRIL

 

 

 Back in New Brunswick by great public demand and appearing once again at the Brunswick Square Shopping Centre this April are the expert antiques and art appraisers from the British Artiques Roadshow.

 Canadian communities have turned out to the British roadshow events in their thousands for antiques, art and collectibles appraisals at packed roadshow events right across the Dominion. In fact ever since the first ever British roadshow event was hosted twelve years ago in Ontario, we have been packed. Roadshow antiques and art appraisal events are always sold out early here in Canada with eager people keen to find out whether great grannies heirloom is just trash or treasure.

We are sure that the second Brunswick Square antique and art appraisal roadshow event will be just as successful so book early.

 Frankly, its nearly always a treasure of one kind or another that the roadshow appraiser sees and with well over $60 Million dollars worth of roadshow antiques and collectibles showing up already, the British Artiques roadshow is looking forward to coming back to New Brunswick to unravel some more myths and legends, appraise and value your family heirlooms and help and advise you professionally, pleasingly without bias or prejudice.

 

REMEMBER ONCE AGAIN IT'S APPOINTMENTS ONLY TO AVOID LONG LINEUPS AND DISSAPOINTMENT

 

 

 

HOW TO GET TO THE BRUNSWICK SQUARE - SAINT JOHN  ROADSHOW  EVENT

 

 

 

 

 

BRUNSWICK SQUARE ADMINISTRATION

39 King Street
Saint John
New Brunswick
E2L 4W3
Telephone:(506) 658-1000

MAP

 

 

 

 

BRUNSWICK SQUARE ST JOHN ROADSHOW 2011

A TRUE SHOW STOPPER FROM LAST YEARS NEW BRUNSWICK ROADSHOW

George Elgar Hicks - British

     

 

 

Join us at the Saint John - Brunswick Square Roadshow this April.

 

 

 


 

ABOUT OUR SAINT JOHN ROADSHOW & OUR ART & ANTIQUES EXPERT APPRAISERS:

 

Roadshow experts David Freeman and Maureen Wickham

 

 

 

  Maureen Wickham is Canada's very own Doyen of the Antiques World. A Canadian expert and personal property appraiser of great personal experience, breadth and knowledge, she is widely internationally travelled. Maureen has an equal number of years and experience in the antiques world to share with her clients. She lectures and broadcasts on her subject and has appeared many times on Canadian television, with regular Breakfast TV appearances across the Nation. Maureen is the Roadshow's expert antiques and collectibles appraiser and a full CPPAG member.

 Since joining the British Artiques Roadshow back in 2007, fighting off stiff competition from over 100 highly qualified expert candidates who applied for the position, Maureen has advised and offered opinions to members of the general Canadian public in over twenty North American cities. 

Her expert antiques appraisals, valuations and invaluable advise have been delivered to in excess of two thousand people conveying over four thousand six hundred possessions. 

So what antique treasure will pop up next in New Brunswick?

 

 

 Senior Artiques roadshow appraiser, art historian, writer and TV personality, the Englishman David Freeman, has 39+ years of international experience and expertise to share with Canadians. Highly qualified and respected internationally, he runs one of the worlds largest independent art authentication agencies and holds down the title of being North America's busiest art appraiser.

 Labelled fondly by the media as the Treasure Finder General, his fantastic discoveries and roadshow finds across Canada now roll into the millions.

 A real life Da Vinci code art detective, David is consultant to many television shows including the hugely successful crime series CSI - the BBC's Hustle and Flog It and has been the subject himself of a Biography Channel programme. He writes and hosts Secret Britain and is to be both the subject of a television documentary series following his art detective work internationally and a new antiques TV entertainment series this fall.

 David is the author of a brand new book detailing the millions of dollars of fantastic treasures and stories found during the decade of Canadian roadshow treasure trail events across the Dominion and he has just completed his first historical novel called the Oakum Gate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roadshow expert antique appraiser Maureen Wickham at Brunswick Square, Saint John appraising a 19 C rocking chair

 

 

 

 

SOME OF  LAST YEARS ROADSHOW TREASURES FROM  BRUNSWICK SQUARE IN  SAINT JOHN  - NEW BRUNSWICK

Rare and Valuable Paintings

Local Folk legend, artist HR Greenlaw

 George Elgar HICKS ( 1824-1914) British
W McKenzie Local Folk legend, artist HR Greenlaw

H J Deforest 1895

 

HICKS, George Elgar ( 1824-1914) British

 

 

M H Reid Still life

Silver Icon

E Nicol  
J S Noble
   
 

 

     

Antiques and Collectibles

 

       
Stunning Moorcroft Vase

Vintage autoharp

Stunning Moorcroft Vase Swaine

Rare TIFFANY STUDIOS Piece

 

   

Rare hand made guitar

 

Rare glasswear

Rare and valuable Violins

 
Frederic Japy Clock and Bronze

Rare, valuable or just special Books

 

     

Sir John Franklins Arctic Searching Expedition                                 

South Polar Times' Stories of Venice John Ruskin Sir John Franklins Arctic Searching Expedition
SPECIAL - Granies Gaelic Bible and Prayerbook
         
         

 

 

 

 The British Artiques roadshow kicks off its ever popular Canadian appraisals roadshow tour this April on the east coast of Canada with antiques and art appraisal roadshows being held in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

 

 With well over a decade of antiques roadshow style appraisal events across Canada behind us, the British Artiques roadshow and its expert appraisers were pleased to be asked back to the eastern seaboard of Canada and New Brunswick in particular and we look forward to a great roadshow of antiques appraisals hosted by Brunswick Square Shopping Centre for the Saint John and New Brunswick community this April.

 

 Canadian communities have turned out to the British roadshow events in their thousands for antiques, art and collectibles appraisals at packed roadshow events across the Dominion. In fact ever since the first ever British roadshow event was hosted twelve years ago in Ontario, we have been packed. Roadshow antiques and art appraisal events are always sold out early here in Canada with eager people keen to find out whether great grannies heirloom is just trash or treasure. We are sure that the Brunswick Square antique appraisal roadshow event will be just as successful.

 Frankly, its nearly always a treasure of one kind or another that the roadshow appraiser sees and with nearly $60 Million dollars worth of roadshow antiques and collectibles showing up already, the British artiques roadshow is looking forward to coming back to New Brunswick to unravel some more myths and legends, appraise and value your family heirlooms and hopefully help and advise you professionally, pleasingly without bias or prejudice.

 

 

 

WHAT  WE  DO NOT   APPRAISE

 

*Please note: The roadshow's appraisers DO NOT and will not appraise the following items and categories of antiques and collectibles:

 

 

Specific antiques and collectibles appraisal exclusions include:

Weapons of  any kind:

This includes Guns, Knives, Swords, Spears, Cannon, Bayonets, Arrowheads etc.

Dolls and Teddy Bears

Orientalia

Aboriginal Cultural Items

Collections; Such as, Stamps, Coins, Baseball, Hockey, Cigarette cards etc.

Jewellery: Gem stones & precious metals such as gold

Ivory, Jade or Bone items of any kind

Ancient Cultural or Ethnic Artefacts

Upholstered Furniture

(Small furniture only due to restrictions at the venue)

Pewter items

Decoys

Textiles including: Linens- blankets, quilts, carpets, clothes or costumery

No Nazi related memorabilia

 

OTHER INFORMATION - TERMS & CONDITIONS

 The British Artiques Roadshow do not and are absolutely NOT interested in buying anything from you. Please do not ask.

For details and information about bookings or tickets and making your appraisal appointments, please contact the event  hosts at the Londonderry Mall direct using the links above.

This years roadshows will not be recorded or filmed other than through the voluntary attendance of the Canadian media. Interested parties should recognise that we have no affiliation or connection to the BBC television series and that all appraisals are private and confidential matters and will not be filmed by us. However, it is quite normal that the event is likely to attract local media attention, such as journalists and news crews. Under those conditions alone, your permission may be sought for interview which you

are perfectly at liberty to decline.

All appraisals are private and confidential matters unless permitted otherwise by the client.

Written appraisals will not be given.

There is NO restriction on the number of items any one person can bring in for appraisal, however all appraisals will be charged for separately.

Private & confidential home visits may be available. The hosts will put you in touch with us if you ask them.

 

 

 

CALL THE MALL ADMINISTRATION AT BRUNSWICK SQUARE FOR FURTHER DETAILS & APPOINTMENTS.

   
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