Antique Co-op expanding into moving, estates

MILFORD – Sam and Jason Hackler, owners of New Hampshire Antique Co-op, have announced that they are expanding their business services to offer estate and moving sale services to homeowners in the Greater Nashua and Monadnock regions.

Recognizing that there are many channels for realizing best value for their clients, New Hampshire Antique Co-op offers the expertise and experience of 32 years in the antiques business.

Clients have the opportunity for on-site sales, as well as placement of specialized and rarer items in a well-established retail setting or online venue.

“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. We can be of service to seniors who are thinking about the next phase of their life, including downsizing their homes and their expenses in preparation for retirement,” said Jason Hackler.

“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.

“Our goal is to help them realize as much value as possible from the sale of their possessions, some of which may include family heirlooms.”

To assist with the estate and moving sale enterprise, Sam and Jason will utilize the services of Denise Monroe, of Hollis, a former antiques dealer and consignment shop owner who has several years of experience conducting successful estate and moving sales in Southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Monroe is also an associate of New Hampshire Antique Co-op, having joined the co-op last year.

“Recognizing that the dissolution of a home and its contents can be an emotional and somewhat traumatic experience, we feel Denise is the best person to manage the organization, staging, pricing and promotion of a sale while offering our clients the ‘kid glove’ experience,” said Sam Hackler. “We know our customers will feel confident that they are in the best of hands.”

Inquiries should be directed to Denise Monroe, Jason Hackler or Sam Hackler at New Hampshire Antique Co-op, 673-8499 or