Why choose NHAC for your Estate Sale?
New Hampshire Antique Co-op offers professional estate and moving sale services to the Southern New Hampshire area and regions beyond.
We understand that the dissolution of a home and its contents is often an emotional experience. You gain peace of mind while we manage the organization, staging, pricing and promotion of your sale, offering our clients the "kid glove" experience. Our customers feel confident knowing that they are in the best of hands.
Clients have the opportunity for on-site sales, as well as placement of specialized and rare items at New Hampshire Antique Co-op or through our proven online venues such as Ruby Lane and 1stdibs. Having been in the business of antiques since 1983, we recognize that there are many ways for realizing the best value for our clients and we have the expertise and experience to do so.
To book your estate sale or to discuss your estate sale needs, contact Denise Monroe or Jason Hackler at New Hampshire Antique Co-op. Your sale can be booked in as little as a few weeks, or it can be a longer term plan depending on your timeline.
Call 603-673-8499, or email your inquiries to
Managing the NHAC Estate & Moving Sales division is NHAC's Denise Monroe, a former antiques dealer and consignment shop owner who has years of experience conducting successful estate & moving sales in Southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
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.