Consignments & Appraisals
NHAC owners Sam and Jason Hackler offer free verbal antique and fine art appraisals on a daily basis. They are founding members of the former Granite State Antiques and Appraisers Association and were principals of the Active Appraisal Group. For more than a decade, Jason Hackler authored a monthly appraisal column for New Hampshire Magazine.
Throughout each year, Sam and Jason regularly volunteer their expertise at various fundraiser appraisal events for historical societies and other New England non-profit organizations.
Why choose NHAC for your consignments?
New Hampshire Antique Co-op has the experience, the expertise, the customer loyalty and the right setting to sell nearly any type of antique, collectible or vintage item. We display your items and have the ability to show items off at their best in our architect-designed shop, featuring varied room settings, showcases and galleries. Options for conservation/restoration services are available to assist in helping you to gain higher sales results. We also offer online selling options through Ruby Lane, 1stdibs and askART.
By selling your antiques at NHAC, you are guaranteed results. The asking price of your items will be reviewed with you first. Consigning objects brings more peace of mind than selling via auction because you will already know the selling price in advance.
NHAC is recognized as an exceptional, unique shop with knowledgeable staff and effective marketing strategies. Whether you have a single item, a collection or an entire estate, New Hampshire Antique Co-op can handle your needs.
What types of objects does NHAC take on consignment?
NHAC handles a wide variety of consigned merchandise ranging from $100 to $100,000 and up. From Americana to Louis XVI to you-name-it, all areas are covered. We welcome fine and decorative antiques, art and collectibles from all over the world.
What does it cost to consign items?
NHAC offers free verbal market-price appraisals. Our consignment fees are reasonable and competitive. The basic structure is 40% commission to NHAC for items selling under $2,000; 35% commission for items selling from $2000 – $10,000; and 30% commission for items selling over $10,000. Optional fee-based services may include restoration, framing, pick-up and delivery, insurance, print and online advertising.
How do I get started?
The first step is to bring in your objects—or photographs of your objects—for a free evaluation. We will appraise your items and discuss consignment options. It is as simple as that!
Contact us today to inquire about consigning your fine art & antiques.
Appraisal hours are generally available on a daily basis. Please call first.
Downsizing & Simplifying
According to statistics, baby boomers — the largest generation in history — will be turning 65 at the rate of 8,000 a day over the next 17-year period. New Hampshire Antique Co-op can be of service to those who are thinking about the next chapter, including downsizing homes in preparation for retirement.
In addition, many of the younger generation are inheriting second homes, or the responsibility for them, and are simply overwhelmed at the thought of consolidating homes or liquidating unwanted items. NHAC's goal is to help our clients realize as much value as possible from the sale of their possessions, including period antiques, fine art and loved-but-no-longer-needed family heirlooms.