The Treasure Hunters Roadshow will be at the Holiday Inn in Leesville during the week of June 22, offering area residents an opportunity to view, buy and sell antiques and collectables or, at the very least, to discover just how much those antiques are worth.The show will open at 9 a.m. each day. 


The Treasure Hunters Roadshow will be at the Holiday Inn in Leesville during the week of June 22, offering area residents an opportunity to view, buy and sell antiques and collectables or, at the very least, to discover just how much those antiques are worth.The show will open at 9 a.m. each day.  
Among the items the roadshow expects to see are coins and paper currency issued prior to 1965, toys, dolls, trains, jewelry, musical instruments, war memorabilia, advertising memorabilia and a variety of other antique collectables.
Beginning June 22 local residents will be provided the opportunity to bring their antique treasures and learn not only how much they are worth, but also their age and place of origin.The treasure hunters roadshow makes offers based on what collectors are willing to pay. When someone decides to sell, they get paid on the spot and the treasure hunters send the item to the collector at their expense.
Gold will also be purchased during the event. Gold is trading at an all time high, reaching its highest ever peak this weekend. The show is accepting dental gold, gold coins, gold bars, as well as any other forms of gold. Gold is traded on the stock market and prices fluctuate daily. Gold will be purchased based on the day's current gold value.  
Anyone attending the show should remember not to clean their antiques or collectables, as doing so could damage any finishes or the item itself and result in a lower price value.
Attendees should expect to wait up to 45 minutes, depending upon the crowd. Bring a book or enjoy watching other Roadshow items brought to the event. Bring along all broken gold jewelry. Free testing of the jewelry will be available. There is no limit to the number of items attendees are allowed to bring. All gold, silver and platinum coins are extremely sought after by collectors. All silver dollars, halves, quarters, and dimes made before 1965 are surprisingly valuable today.
Tables are arranged in multiple stations where Roadshow representatives are sitting. Sellers are asked to come to a table where a representative will examine their items. The items are laid out on the roadshow representative's tables for viewing. The items are valued and then an offer to purchase is given.