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Approximately two hours were spent preparing ...
Approximately two hours were spent preparing everything, from the lighting to the sound before Scott Cozens and Sheldon Smithens arrived.
The crew communicated via cell phone so as to know when Scott and Sheldon
would arrive and we prepared to greet them.
When the television episode shows Scott and Sheldon
walking into my room, it was the first time they saw the collection.
I was amazed to learn Sheldon is an auctioneer and Scott is a lawyer with a practice in Calgary.
We ended up going to lunch with Scott, Sheldon
and the crew at around 1 p.m. when we finished filming.
Scott and Sheldon
then filmed their interviews later on.
Scott and Sheldon
bought quite a few things.
brought in an antique circus mallet, most likely used in a carnival game, that they had acquired from a previous pick.
I traded an item for it and some money on top, so it worked out to be a great deal for everyone.
It is also nice to have a souvenir of the day.
Overall, it was a fantastic experience, both to have the Canadian Pickers visit me in my hometown and to appear on national television.
The day brought in some money and also left room to purchase more additions to my collection.
Everyone in the crew, including Scott and Sheldon
, were very polite and friendly, and there were no problems whatsoever.
Antiques/Collectibles - appraised by ...
Antiques/Collectibles - appraised by Mr. Sheldon Smithens from the Canadian Antiques Roadshow television series
Sheldon Smithens Canadian Antiques Roadshow
Sheldon has been a licensed auctioneer since 1980 and is a member of the Auctioneers Association of Alberta.
He is a regular expert on the CBC Television Series Canadian Antiques Roadshow.
, a second generation antique dealer, has a vast knowledge of antiques, but is particularly interested in art glass, bronze, porcelain, clocks and watches.
A regular contributor to the trade magazine, "Discovering Antiques," Sheldon
has also offered courses on antiques collecting at the University of Calgary
Appraiser Sheldon Smithens ...
Appraiser Sheldon Smithens appeared on the first couple of seasons of the Canadian Antiques Road Show and he's coming to Hinton to share his knowledge.
has years of experience as both a retailer and an auctioneer specializing in antiques and fine art.He
will be appearing for both days of the Home and Leisure Show.Smithens
will also be giving a 20-minute presentation on identifying antiques, which will include information on telling the real thing from knock offs.He owns an antique shop in Calgary and conducts estate auction sales, is an appraiser for insurance requirements and orchestrates matrimonial settlements.
...Smithens has been a licensed auctioneer for 25 years and is a member of the Auctioneers Association of Canada.He teaches classes and is a published writer.
Another chamber of commerce that was impressed with his
work in the past recommended Smithens."They get him back because their community enjoys him at their trade show," she
Volunteers are also needed for the entire show and specifically assistants for Smithens
The antique appraiser, Sheldon ...
The antique appraiser, Sheldon Smithens of Calgary, was also a popular attraction she noted.
Returning this year is the Rocky Antique Appraisal Show, which runs on the Walking Eagle Centre Stage on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and again on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Calgary antique appraiser Sheldon Smithens, who has appeared on the Canadian version of television,s Antiques Roadshow, will return to offer his views on the items that people bring.
Anyone with antiques they want to have appraised should contact the Chamber of Commerce for an appointment with Smithens
on either day.