THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF FREDERICK COUNTY Presents the Eleventh Annual Treasured Heirloom Event The Region’s Biggest & Best Antiques & Collectibles Evaluation Event SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2009 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Moose Lodge #371, 828 East Patrick St., Frederick, MD Lead Sponsor Support Provided by PROCEEDS BENEFIT HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF FREDERICK COUNTY PUBLIC PROGRAMS Welcome he Historical Society of Frederick County welcomes you to the T eleventh annual Treasured Heirloom Event fundraiser, the region’s biggest and best antiques and collectibles event! Your ticket purchase helps to support the Historical Society’s Museum of Frederick County History, Roger Brooke Taney House, Frederick County Archives and Research Center, and other public programs. The Historical Society is a non-profit educational organization committed to preserving and sharing our community’s heritage. We thank you for supporting our mission through your participation in today’s event. We invite you to visit the Museum of Frederick County History and Frederick County Archives and Research Center, both located at 24 East Church Street in Frederick. The Roger Brooke Taney House welcomes visitors on weekends from April through mid-December at 121 South Bentz Street in Frederick. We also encourage you to take part in the many educational and fun family activities we offer throughout the year. Consider becoming part of our growing family of members. You can find out more about upcoming events and membership at www.hsfcinfo.org. I also take this opportunity to thank all the individuals and businesses who have supported today’s event through sponsorships, program booklet ads, and volunteering their time. I especially single out the hardworking members of our event committee—Claudia Allemang, Helen Becker, and Peg Denton—for their outstanding efforts to make today’s event a huge success. Thanks so much! We hope that you will have an enjoyable and educational experience as you discover “What’s in YOUR attic!” Colleen M. Remsberg President, Board of Directors & Event Committee Chair Treasured Heirloom Event Benefactors The Historical Society of Frederick County thanks the Sponsors, Program Advertisers, In-kind Contributors, and Volunteers for making the eleventh annual Treasured Heirloom Event a tremendous success! Check out our Business Sponsors and Advertisers for your Hometown Holiday Shopping! Frederick • New Market • Mt. Airy • Thurmont • Westminster Sponsors LEAD SPONSOR MEDIA SPONSOR THE GAZETTE KEEPSAKE SPONSORS Art Care Associates Heartfields Assisted Living at Frederick Frances Randall Colleen M. Remsberg Wastlers’ Barber Shop CURIO LEVEL Hunt & Bretta Bowers • Bill Browning Robert Glosenger • Mary V. Harris Gil House & Joan Watkins • Jean & Ed Murray OAO Mohn & Allen, P.C. COLLECTIBLE LEVEL Helen V. Maiwald • Burck Street Trendsetting Dresses, Jackets, and Accessories for All Women 149 North Market St. Frederick, MD 21701 301.662.2722 www.alicial.com Westminster Antique Mall Antiques • Furniture • Primitives • Glassware • Jewelry • Coins • Pottery Country Painted Furniture • Rugs • Oil • Paintings • Custom Jewelry OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 10-6 & SUNDAY 12-6 • OVER 165 DEALERS CHRISTMAS MADNESS Gifts that “Memories” are made of… December 5, 2009 • 6:00 p.m.—Midnight 433 Hahn Rd., Westminster (at Rt. 27) • 410-857-4044 www.westminsterantiquemall.com • 10% OFF WITH THIS COUPON Contributors SPONSORS EVENING BENEFACTORS Brewer’s Alley Restaurant The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center Sumpter Priddy PROGRAM ADVERTISERS Alicia L B&B Air Conditioning & Heating Service Company Bodmer’s Stoves & Pottery Cozy Restaurant Embassy Antiques, Ltd. Everedy Square & Shab Row Finishes Refined Frederick Coin Exchange Garden Pastimes inkthis James Callear, Personal Property Appraisal Services Joanie’s Carroll Street Café Keeney & Basford Funeral Home, P.A. Mir’s Oriental Rugs, Antiques & Flooring Mount Olivet Cemetery Museum Shop, Ltd. My Bank, First United Bank & Trust N.E. Waltz Plumbing & Heating Old Glory Antique Marketplace Sir Speedy Printing Wastlers’ Barber Shop Wells Fargo Westminster Antique Mall Volunteers EVENTVOLUNTEERS Alex Alexander Doris Alexander Susan Baker Bretta Bowers Mary Harris Charlotte Hathaway Gil House Mary Lee Matthews Karen Spertzel Joan Whelihan Melissa Wiley WEBSITE ASSISTANCE Kristine Farrell EVENT COMMITTEE Claudia Allemang Helen Becker Peg Denton Colleen Remsberg T.H.E. Experts JAMES CALLEAR J ames Callear, owner of Barnesville Antiques & Appraising, has been involved with the retail sale of antiques for over 20 years and has been active in appraising for more than a decade. He has participated in museum study programs at the Winterthur Museum in Wilmington and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA) in North Carolina. He has a certificate in Appraisal Studies and Decorative Arts from George Washington University. Jim has been a guest speaker and lecturer on antiques and antique appraising. His areas of expertise include primitives and folk art, china, silver, and furniture. Joanie’s Carroll Street Café EMBASSY ANTIQUES, LTD 124 South Carroll St., Frederick 124 South Carroll St. 301-698-1791 Frederick, MD 21701 European and American Antiques 301-620-4323 & Other Interesting Treasures by Richard Furniture Restoration Waffle Weekends WWW.EMBASSYANTIQUES.COM Event Space Available EMAIL-INFO@EMBASSYANTIQUES.COM Up to 40% Sale Going on Now! ♦ Top Quality ♦ Restoration & Cleaning of 126 East Patrick Street ♦ Frederick, MD 21701 Oriental Area Rugs Corner of Carroll & East Patrick ♦ 301‐228‐3388 Best Prices in Town! ANNE-LYNN GROSS A nne-Lynn Gross, "The Singing Auctioneer," is a native of Brunswick and is a lifelong Frederick County resident. She received her Bachelor of Music Education degree from Shenandoah Conservatory of Music and taught music in Frederick County schools for several years. Anne- Lynn was the first woman auctioneer in Maryland, the first in Maryland to receive Certified Auctioneers Designation (C.A.I.) and was the first woman in the nation to be elected to the Board of Directors for the National Auctioneers Foundation. She now is in her 31st year as the "Singing Auctioneer." DESTINATION: CARROLL STREET Frederick’s “New” Antique Row North Carroll Street #10 Great Stuff by Paul (open every day) Corner of Carroll & East Patrick Streets (1) Mir’s Oriental Rugs, Antiques & Flooring (Thurs-Tues, Wed by appt) South Carroll Street #13 Quality Antique Lighting & Metal Finishing (open Mon-Sat) #21 Emporium Antiques Mall (open every day) #21 Revival Consignments Exchange (open every day) #111 Cannon Hill Antiques & Collectibles Mall (open Tues-Sun) #124 Joanie’s Carroll Street Café (open every day) #124 Embassy Antiques, Ltd. (open every day) #127 Primitive World (open every day) Antiques East Church Street East Patrick Street Carroll Street Market Street East Street Canal East All Saints Street Commerce South Street BARRY & JEAN HAGEN B arry Hagen served as the Court Appraiser for the Superior Court for the District of Columbia from 1963-1998. In 1981 he established his own appraisal company, Hagen & Hagen Appraisers, Inc. He has appraised the estates of many prominent figures, including Clare Booth Luce, J. Edgar Hoover, and Justice Harry Blackmun. Hagen & Hagen appraised all gifts, both foreign and domestic, for President and Mrs. Clinton during the Clinton Presidency. Barry's range of expertise extends to all types of personal property, with a particular emphasis upon fine and decorative arts. Jean Hagen's expertise includes American antiques, art, pottery, and jewelry. ROSS J. KELBAUGH F or the last 38 years, Ross J. Kelbaugh, whose books include Introduction to Civil War Photography, Directory of Maryland Photographers, 1840-1900, Introduction to African American Photographs, 1840-1950, and his most recent, The Civil War in Maryland: An Exhibit of Rare Photographs, has been collecting, researching, and publishing important Maryland photographs and their stories. Mr. Kelbaugh owns Historic Graphics in Baltimore. DAVID J. MALONEY D avid Maloney is a Certified Appraiser of Personal Property and a nationally known appraiser, author, TV and radio-talk show guest, and lecturer. He received his Bachelors degree from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and his Masters from the Naval Postgraduate School. After a career in the Coast Guard, he operated an antiques business for several years prior to founding Frederick Appraisal, Claims & Estate Services in 1982. He is now a full-time professional personal property appraiser specializing in the valuation of antiques, collectibles, residential contents, vehicles, and business equipment. David has served in a leadership capacity with the ISA since 1983, both at the Chapter and the National level as Vice President of the ISA. For his efforts, David has earned numerous ISA awards including the Lamp of Knowledge Award, Distinguished Service Award, Member-of-the-Year Award, and the coveted President's Award. In addition to appraising, David hosted “Collecting Across America,” a television series airing on Public Television, and he appeared as a guest appraiser on the nightly PAX TV program, Treasures in Your Home. David is the author of Maloney's Antiques & Collectibles Resource Directory and Appraising Personal Property: Principles and Methodology. DESTINATION: CHARMING MOUNT AIRY Yesterday’s Unique & Today’s Chic North Main Street #3 Blossom & Basket Boutique (open Mon-Sat, closed Sun) Center Street (off North Main) #102 Shops of Yesteryear (open every day) Antique mall South Main Street #2 & 4 Ben Gue Country Gifts (open every day) #6 Train Depot (open Tues-Sun, closed Mon) Model railroads #8 Den of Antiquity (open Wed-Sun) Antiques & collectibles #106A Vintage Coffee House (open Mon-Sat, closed Sun) #112 The Hive (open Tues-Sun, closed Mon) Eclectic vintage #114 Laurienzo Brick Oven Café (open Tues-Sun, closed Mon) #114 A Do or Dye Salon & Day Spa (open Tues-Sat) #231 Concetta’s Main Street Bistro (open every day) #234 St. James Thrift Shop (open Tues-Sat) Center Street Main Street Rt. 27 Rt. 144 Christmas in Mount Airy December 4, 5 & 6 Rt. 70 MARY JANE PERINI M ary Jane Perini is a cum laude graduate of Johns Hopkins University with a BS degree in 1982 and a MAS degree in 1985. Mary has been a student of textiles for 29 years, specializing in the history of textile production in the United States and the evolution of the construction and styles of quilts in the past two centuries. Her studies have included courses with well-known quilt researcher Barbara Brackman, as well as courses sponsored by the American Quilters' Society and the American Quilt Study Group. Mary shares her love of textiles through her gallery at the Cooper’s Shed Quilts, which is part of the Doub's Mill Historic District on Beaver Creek in Hagerstown, Maryland. She has presented lectures to groups throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia on topics such as "The History of Quilts," "Dating Quilts," and "How to Care for Vintage Linens." She is a member of the American Quilt Study Group, the American Society of Appraisers, the International Old Lacers, Inc., and the Friendship Quilters Guild. Complete Hand Restoration & Repairs Michael Rodgers 240-832-2515 FinishesRefined@gmail.com DON REEDY D on Reedy’s father was in the antique business since 1952 specializing in antique lamps and lighting. Mr. Reedy has been interested in lighting since he was old enough to walk and traveled with his father to auctions and antique shops. When he was 16, he did antique shows, buying and selling lamps and general antiques. After graduating from high school, he took over his father’s business and has been buying and selling antiques, especially lighting, ever since. He has collected early lighting and early Coca-Cola signs made of tin, porcelain, glass and cardboard, as well as pre-1940 vending machines (gumball and peanut machines) for over 35 years. Mr. Reedy owns and operates the Brass & Copper Shop in Frederick. The Historical Society of Frederick County extends its appreciation to Wastlers’ Barber Shop 48 North Market St., Frederick, Md. 301-663-3443 BRUCE M. SCHUETTINGER B ruce Schuettinger is a furniture conservator, consultant, lecturer, personal property appraiser, and President of Schuettinger Conservation Services, Inc., a firm specializing in the treatment of wooden artifacts. He is a Professional Associate Member of the American Institute for the Conservation of Artistic and Historic Works, a member of the Washington Conservators Guild, an accredited member of the International Society of Appraisers, a member of the National Historic Trust, and a member of the Mid-West Tool Collectors Association. He is a past adjunct faculty member of the appraisers studies program of George Washington University. DESTINATION: HISTORIC NEW MARKET Antiques, Boutiques & More! #11717 Old National Pike (corner of Rts. 75 & 144) (1) Morgan’s American Grill (open everyday) (2) Country Side Liquors (open Mon-Sat) (3) Dunkin Donuts/Baskin Robbins (open every day at 5:00 a.m.) East Main Street/Old National Pike #17 Smith Tavern Antiques & Beads by Bonnie (open Thurs-Sun) #7 & 9 Thirsty Knight Antiques (open Fri-Sun) #3 R.P. Brady Antiques, Fine Furniture, Paintings & Rugs (open Sat & Sun) West Main Street/Old National Pike #12 12 West Main, A Place for Art (open Sat & Sun) #20 Robert Esterly Antiques, Restoration, Cabinet Maker (open Tues-Sun) #30A Ruffled Feathers (open Tues-Sun) Boutique #30B Fleurish (open Tues-Sun) Boutique #33 Santa Fe Trading Company (open Wed-Sun) Native American Jewelry and Art #48 1812 House Antiques (open Sat & Sun) #50 Tomorrow’s Antiques (open Sun & by appointment) #60 Yesterday’s Treasures Antiques & Collectibles (open Sat & Sun) #71 Ory Custom Florals (open Wed-Sun) #82 Barefoot Boutique Upscale Casualwear (open Tues-Sun) 5th St. 2nd St. Prospect 1st St. West Main Street Federal 3rd St. 4th St. 6th St. 7th St. 8th St. Rt. 75 Rt. 70 December 5 is Xmas in New Market! MICHAEL SMERESKY M ichael Smeresky’s specialty is dining room antiques of all types including china, crystal, silver, and silver plate. He enjoys helping customers replace or enlarge sets or collections that are usually tied to their family traditions. He was 10 years old when his father founded Heritage Antiques. He has been involved in the business since that time. Mr. Smeresky eventually became a business partner in 1987 and then in 1993 became the business owner. ANTIQUE MARKETPLACE Over 110 Dealers Open Daily 10-6 & “Late” Thurs. until 8 p.m. 5862 Urbana Pike (Rt. 355 S), Frederick, Md. 301-662-9173 • www.oldgloryantiques.com HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE • Dec. 12 & 13 • Special Sales & Gift Certificate Drawings ART RESTORATION Paintings • Art on Paper • Documents • Icons Family Photographs • Japanese Woodcuts • Gold Leafing Custom framing since 1962 KEENEY & BASFORD FUNERAL HOME, P.A. Located in Downtown Frederick 106 East Church Street, Frederick, MD 21701 301-662-2175 KeeneyBasford.com KENZIE SMITH K enzie Smith is the owner and operator of the Clock Shop in Frederick. He has over 30 years of experience in the buying, selling, and restoration of clocks. He learned about clocks by studying with many of the experts, including Francis Roberts. Kenzie has considerable experience working with clocks made by Frederick's master clock makers, particularly John Fessler and Frederick Heisley. He has worked on clocks for the Historical Society of Frederick County, Hood College, and the Washington County Hospital, as well as clocks in private collections. FREDERICK COIN EXCHANGE Coins, Gold, Silver & Jewelry Bought Sold & Traded Mention this ad and get a free 30 minute appraisal! 25 North Market St., Frederick, MD 21701 301.898.2863 • www.FrederickCoinExchange.com The Historical Society of Frederick County Expresses its Deep Appreciation to for its Treasured Heirloom Event Sponsorship Support JAMES CALLEAR Personal Property Appraisal Services Barnesville, MD • 301-972-7490 ANNE-LYNN GROSS The Signing Auctioneer/Appraiser Frederick, MD BARRY & JEAN HAGEN Hagen & Hagen Appraisers, Inc. New Market, MD • 301-865-0055 ROSS J. KELBAUGH Historic Graphics www.HistoricGraphics.com DAVID J. MALONEY Frederick Appraisal Services Frederick, MD • 301-695-6491 MARY JANE PERINI The Cooper’s Shed Quilts Hagerstown, MD • 301-797-6974 DON REEDY The Brass & Copper Polishing Shop Frederick, MD • 301-663-4240 BRUCE SCHUETTINGER Schuettinger Conservation Services, Inc. New Market, MD • 301-865-3009 MICHAEL SMERESKY Heritage Antiques Frederick, MD KENZIE SMITH N. Kenzie Smith & Sons, Inc.—The Clock Shop Frederick, MD • 301-698-8252 the Historical Society of Frederick County F ounded in 1892, the Historical Society of Frederick County is one of the oldest heritage organizations in the State of Maryland. Guided by its mission to increase public understanding and appreciation of the history of Frederick County, Maryland, the Historical Society collects, preserves, exhibits, and makes available for research a variety of historical materials that document the county’s rich history. The Historical Society operates two museums, the Museum of Frederick County History and the Roger Brooke Taney House, the Frederick County Archives and Research Center, and sponsors a variety of public programs and publications on Frederick County history. Membership in the Historical Society of Frederick County is open to anyone interested in the history of the county. MUSEUM OF FREDERICK COUNTY HISTORY Monday-Saturday, 10:00-4:00 & Sunday, 1:00-4:00 FREDERICK COUNTY ARCHIVES & RESEARCH CENTER Monday-Saturday, 10:00-4:00 MARSHALL ETCHISON BOOKSTORE Monday-Saturday, 10:00-4:00 24 East Church Street Frederick, MD 21701 ROGER BROOKE TANEY HOUSE Saturday, 10:00-4:00 & Sunday, 1:00-4:00 121 South Bentz Street Frederick, MD 21701 PROGRAM INFORMATION AT WWW.HSFCINFO.ORG Your One-Stop Shop for Local History Stocking Stuffers! 24 East Church Street Frederick, Maryland Adjacent to the Museum of Frederick County History 301-663-1188 Open Monday - Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Catalog and ordering information available at ww.hsfcinfo.org Notes Important Notice P lease read the following items: • Although we strive to provide a safe environment for the Treasured Heirloom Event, it is the owner’s responsibility to protect their items during the event. The Historical Society of Frederick County, its staff, volunteers, or the experts are not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen items. • Owners are responsible for handling and transporting their own items at all times. • Our experts are able to provide a verbal estimation of value only, not an appraisal. An appraisal requires market value research and analysis that are lacking in a verbal estimation of value. • Solicitations to buy and sell items are prohibited during this event. Please do not make offers to buy from or sell to our experts. Please stop by the Information Table with any questions regarding this notice or with any questions about today’s event. Thank you for your cooperation. Enjoy the event! The Treasured Heirloom Event is moving to the Spring! Watch for information about the 12th annual event coming in April 2010.