HOW DO YOU DETERMINE WHAT PRICE TO PUT ON MY ESTATE SALE ITEMS?
Marketplace value determines the prices assigned to items in your sale. Having dealt in the market as consumers ourselves, also as antique and collectible dealers, auction buyers and sellers, and show dealers, we are well aware of the going rate on most household goods. If we encounter some items with which we are not experienced (rarely), then we seek comparable prices from reliable sources. If we feel that you have a one of kind or scarce antique or collectible item, and we think it might warrant an appraisal, we will suggest an appraiser who specializes in that category to assist you.
DO YOU HAVE A CONTRACT?
Yes. We always ask sellers to sign a contract outlining terms and conditions of the sale. The contract is a straightforward document that tells how the sale will be conducted and what the seller can expect.
WILL EVERY ITEM BE PRICED?
Usually all large items, all small decorative items, pictures, mirrors, kitchenware, linens, and other household items are priced. If the seller has hundreds of books that are not first editions or art books or other highly collectible ones, we may post a general price list for hardbacks and soft cover books. We may do the same thing for bath linens that are well used, and some clothes that do not fall into the designer or vintage category.
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