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Appraisals

Appraisers will be on-site and available throughout the show this year. Appraisal cost is $5 per item. Click on  the names to view biographical information on some of our appraisers.

Appraisers With Specialties 2017

Barbara Garner Depression era, jewelry, pottery, glassware, linen
Jerry Garner Toys, General
Bill Henderson Art, Native American artifacts, baskets
Ernest Lopez Clocks, General
Ruth Reese Dolls, toys, linens
Roosevelt Smith Watches
Judy Lofall Dolls



Appraiser Bios
Barbara and Jerry Garner: Barbara and Jerry, born and raised in Eastern Washington, have been active in the antiques business since the 1970s. Like most people in the antiques business they started as collectors, looking for that special item to decorate their home. They entered the "antiques business" in 1985 as a means to find an outlet for their growing inventory. In 1990 they moved to the Kitsap Peninsula and soon established Antique Junction in Poulsbo, WA.  In 2004, they retired from the daily business of Antique Junction, closing their shop, but continue to be involved with antiques in the community. Barbara and Jerry enjoy being involved with the Antiques Appraisal Fair and the Kitsap County Historical Society, offering their services and knowledge of antiques and collectibles.


Ruth Reese:Ruth was born and raised in Bremerton and is a lifelong resident of Kitsap County.  Both of her parents were born and raised here and grandparents on both sides were early settlers.  She has been president of the Manette History club for the past ten years. She is a lifelong collector (over 50 years) with wide ranging interests.  She owned and operated antiques shops and mini-malls almost continuously for the past 30 years and has considerable experience in estate appraisals and sales.


Ernest Lopez:  Eagles Nest Antiques, Keyport. Executive Director West Coast Clock and Watch Museum. Certified Appraiser of Antiques and Fine Art, Advisor to the PBS Series "Antiques Roadshow". Also as seen on the A&E television series "Modern Marvels". He has over 40 years actively engaged in the antique trade specializing in pre 20th century American and European decorative objects, silver, glass, clocks, watches, mechanical music, antique lighting, nautical items, paintings and textiles.

Judy Lofall: Judy has been a doll dealer for 20 years and collected dolls for more years than that. Her main interest is Antique Dolls, Bisque, China and Paper Mache, she has also collected Composition and Hard Plastic Dolls. She belongs to the National Antique Dolls Dealers Association, United Federation Doll of Clubs and Doll Research Groups.

Organized and Managed by
Kitsap History Museum, 280 Fourth Street, Bremerton, WA 98337
Puget Sound Genealogical Society, 1301 Sylvan Way, Bremerton, WA  98310