Troop a top antique dealer and a local historian revealed he was attending the fifth show. He also revealed that they have been holding such shows once after every six weeks and that the next sale will be on the 22nd of October at the Millet Centre.
Troop also said that the antiques he has been borrowed from his father Steve. “I usually conduct such shows for my day, he is right over there,” Troop said pointing across the hall, “though 75 years old, and he still loves antiques.”
Trop who is also the Burial Ground Care Society director which is responsible for maintaining and preserving the pioneer or 14 old cemeteries within the Kings county together with the burial grounds which are associated with the Kings County Home and the former municipal poor farms.
The society volunteers have managed to reclaim most of the burial grounds especially the original Church of England cemetery located in East Dalhousie from the encroaching woodland surrounding. They also have several ongoing projects.
About Michael Zomber
For more than thirty years, Michael Zomber has been collecting antique arms. He has also managed to share his great expertise with the America as a guest Historian. Michael Zomber is also a recognized authority especially on issued dealing with armor and weapons of the Japanese Samurai.
Michael Zomber is a story teller at heart. Some of his writings credits consist of the four published novels, seven screen plays and a historical novel which was set in the 17th century in Japan and Avenue Park which is a great examination of the huge stakes world of auction and art and a brief history concerning the history of Christianity in Japan and the Samurai. Zomber who has great knowledge on the painful ramifications of war is also known to support organizations whose main mission is to embrace peace such as Doctors without Borders and UNICEF.