‘Stratham Antiques Roadshow’ returns April 14

Portsmouth Herald

STRATHAM — Discover the value of your cherished possessions at the Stratham Historical Society’s spring Appraisal Day, also known as “The Stratham Antiques Roadshow.”

This event will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 14, at the Stratham Fire Station’s Morgera Room, located at the corner of Winnicutt Road and Portsmouth Avenue, with entry through the building’s rear.

The Stratham Historical Society’s annual Spring Appraisal Day is on April 15, where expert appraisers reveal the hidden values behind your family heirlooms.

Esteemed appraisers Dan Olmstead, Greg Pruitt, and Lionel Loveless will offer their expertise to evaluate a wide array of items, including art, jewelry, china, glassware, military memorabilia, photographs, and small furniture pieces.

The appraisal fees are set at $5 for one item, $8 for two, $12 for three, and $15 for four items, with a maximum limit of five items per person. The proceeds from this event will support the Stratham Historical Society’s efforts to preserve its collections and cover related expenses.

For additional details or to confirm the event date, please contact the Stratham Historical Society at 603-778-0434 or visit their Facebook page.

Dan Olmstead, of Daniel Olmstead Antiques, is one of the expert appraisers at the upcoming Stratham Historical Society’s Spring Appraisal Day.