Ever go to one of those antique malls? All the spaces are individuals selling their goods. It can be a lot of work but it’s a satisfying way to make money, especially if you have a many items to sell or entire collections. www.yourhobby.com
It largely depends on two factors for selling to a shop in your local area. Consider your needs for the best outcome but remember dealers may not have the same sentiments as you do for your items. And after all, selling your collectibles means you are already in a “letting go” mind-set, right?
Likely one of the most popular and certainly oldest ways to sell off a collectible is through eBay. Here’s a few tips and a little of my history with eBay. Oh, and remember that database we talked about a few months back?
Yes you need it! And most places won’t let you rent without it. Though there was a time when…
Depending on your storage needs, where, how much, etc. you’ll need to consider the costs. Don’t forget the insurance!
This week the why of storing your collection… or pieces of it.
So you need to store a collection that’s no longer displayed. There are many options… and temperatures.
When you need to store collectibles consider temperature.
Covering a couple points here. Storing your items may be necessary but it’s more than packing in a box. Plus when storage is something else…