Third Annual Antique Appraisal with John Humphries

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St. Elizabeth Hospice Store is honored to present the third annual Antique Appraisal with John Humphries of Hidden Treasures fame on Saturday, November 19th from 10 – 4 pm at the Hospice Secondhand Store located at 320 South Main Street in Red Bluff. Mr. Humphries is the host of the popular 1290 AM news/talk radio program, Hidden Treasures (Saturdays from 7 – 8 am). Humphries has traveled across the state providing antique and collectible appraisal services at various events.

“The Hospice Secondhand Store is excited to host this event for the third year in a row. Mr. Humphries has an amazing ability to recognize the key characteristics and traits of antique items and appraises them with quick accuracy,” explained Lisa Elliott, Manager of the Hospice Secondhand Store.

For over 40 years, John Humphries has been immersed in the world of antiques and collectibles. He is a walking encyclopedia of American history, economics, business and manufacturing, art history and pop culture. He holds three masters degrees which enhances his qualifications and enhances his endearing personality. For more information about the event, please call the Hospice Secondhand Store 528-9430.

About the Secondhand Hospice Store:
The Secondhand Hospice Store is located at 320 South Main Street. The Secondhand Hospice store opened its doors in October 1998 and is a not-for-profit business benefiting the Hospice services of the Greater Tehama County Area. The store accepts gently used items including novelties, home décor, books, furniture and some clothing. The Hospice Secondhand Store employs a manager and assistant manager and is staffed by generous volunteers. The store is open from Monday through Friday from 9 am – 5 pm and Saturday 10 – 4 pm.

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