Where to Sell Your Antiques?

If you have a bunch of antiques lying around and you’re not really a collector or something, then you might wanna sell it instead. There are several places to where you can sell your antiques for cash. There are online and offline options, but we think that the following are some of the best places to sell your antiques.

Local Antique Store

Probably the best option you have because you don’t have to go out of your way to go to a faraway shop. This is one of the best if you are selling bulk antique items or large ones because you don’t have to put an insurmountable amount of effort to transport your items to a faraway antique shop.

Facebook

Facebook Marketplace is another great place to sell your antique items. Perhaps one of the strongest points of this option is the ability to view your buyer’s Facebook profile so you can do a little bit of a background check to ensure that they are serious or genuine.

Etsy

Arts, crafts – basically anything handmade you can sell on Etsy and it’s a popular destination for those looking to buy and sell antique items. One of the best things about this marketplace is that the fees are affordable, making it a great alternative or even supplement to eBay. Further, Etsy listings last for up to four months before you have to renew your listing.

Craigslist

Craigslist is very popular because you can buy or sell anything on it. One of the best things about it is that it is geotargeted, so, once again, you don’t have to drive so far (which is painful if you have loads of antiques or bulky items to sell) to sell your items. You can discuss pickup and drop-off locations with your buyer.

Another great thing about it is that although they charge for other kinds of post types such as job listings, products listings are free. Keep in mind, however, that unlike eBay, there’s no middleman in Craigslist so if there are any buyer-seller dispute, you’d have to face it yourself.

eBay

Like Craigslist, you can sell almost anything on eBay. One advantage of it over Craigslist, however, is that almost everything is done online. However, you’ll need to put on an effort to make a successful sale on eBay. You have to manage your listings, answer questions, etc. However, with eBay’s popularity, you are bound to find a decent prospective buyer at the least.

Sell Your Items to Us

Or with us! By selling your items to or with us, you don’t have to go out all the way just to bring your antique items to our shop and have it rejected. All you need to do is to follow our seller’s procedure.

Why us you say? All you have to do is to send a picture or a video of your item via email first so we can check it out and let you know if we are interested in the item. On the other hand, if you decide on a consignment basis, we’ll utilize our advanced marketing tools to help you sell your antique item fast and effortlessly. All you need to do is to follow the procedure on our sell your antique page.

Conclusion

There are so many ways to sell your antique either online or offline, but we’ll suggest you one thing: save yourself a headache and let us buy your antique or help you do the selling so you can just sit back and relax while waiting for your precious antique to be sold.