Trash or treasure? The 6th annual “What’s it Worth” is coming up at the Idaho Historical Museum

The sixth annual “What’s It Worth?,” Boise’s own mini version of the “Antiques Roadshow,” will gear up at the Idaho State Historical Museum on Sunday, Feb. 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Clean out your closets and bring your treasures to the Idaho State Historical Museum, where local evaluators will assess the worth of the items. Entry fee is $5 per person and $10 per item at the door.

Proceeds will go to the museum’s upcomign renovation and expansion project beginning in June.

Items that can be evaluated include art, books, coins, jewelry, clothing, stamps, small furniture, LPs, 45s and record albums, clocks and watches, guns, firearms and militaria, hunting, fishing and western collectibles, Indian items, china and dolls. Coffee and pastries will be available to guests while browsing evaluators’ stations, as well as music by the Vinyl Preservation Society.

For more information, call the Museum at 208-334-2120,, or on Facebook. The Museum is located at 610 Julia Davis Drive, Boise, ID  83702.


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