Sell Your Treasure

Sell Your Treasure

by Ashley Drane on January 5, 2010

It’s time to clean out your closets basement and attics because the treasure hunters are back and you never know what treasure you can find in your own home that might be worth more than you think.

The Treasure Hunters Roadshow will be at the Zanesville Welcome Center all week to buy anything from gold or silver to your parents old tin lunch box.

"People bring in their collectables people bring in their vintage guitars, jewelry, pocket watches, coins, and we buy them," Chris Watkins from the Roadshow said,

You can bring in anything and they will give you a price of what it’s worth.

"We’re happy to see anything. Basically our motto is if it’s old or if it’s gold we wanna see it," Watkins said.

Watkins says the hottest items and things they can always buy is scrap gold, coins, and war memorabilia.
They weight your gold and then give you an estimate and you can decide if you want to sell it to the treasure hunters and if you do they’ll write you a check on the spot.

The Treasure Hunters Roadshow goes on Wednesday to Friday from 9 to 6 and on Saturday from 9 to 4.