Most old event posters or memorabilia are always in demand. Anything transportation related has a great chance of selling for a good price. But the cost to pack and ship a big framed piece like this cuts into the value and is not something you'd want to try on your own.
Old bottles have always been collectible but prices are down and this one took a lot longer to sell for a lot less than I had hoped.
I don't talk about them much but old unusual bookends seem to sell fairly well and anything animal related has a better chance of being found.
Checkmate! Vintage chess sets and games in general are another thing we usually have good luck in selling.
Love vintage toys. As a rule, boy toys sell quicker than girls. This was a really nice clean piece and the buyer actually got a really fair deal and hopefully some memories to go with it!
Love me some old lighting
We can usually get a fair price for most anything from the mid century and animal figurines seem to still sell these days
Most any old Disney items are always in demand but like everything else old, condition is a huge factor in determining price and these were not in the best shape.
We knew this piece was pretty old but without any documentation, also known as provenance, it was hard to justify a high price and it took a long time to sell.
Unusual old pieces like this usually have a good chance of selling for a nice price
You guys know I love vintage lighting. We recently came across a retired electrician that had a bunch of new never used old stock.
I love anything Star Wars and all types of vintage pop culture items. Condition is a big factor in price!
We can't keep our vintage Christmas stuff in the store - someone in Kentucky had to have this jolly old soul!
Vintage Christmas and advertising - this piece had it all!
Tis the season to cash in on vintage Christmas!
CVS toys from about 20 years ago - I was definitely surprised!
I pity the fool that don't like toys
Pieces like this can be hard to sell but they eventually find a new home
I didn't know what to make of these at first but they turned out to have some value
Another unassuming little trinket that turned out to be worth a buck. Never look a gift sea-horse in the mouth!
This toy sat in my basement for six months from a big job we did earlier this year yet sold in a couple days when I finally got around to it. How much money do you have lying around the house?!
Buyers for pieces like this are so few and far between these days that I cheer out loud whenever something like this sells. Even the thrift stores don't really want things like this but I at least try to find neat glassware a new home.
This sort of surprised me but we've mentioned before that some vintage AV/ media systems still have a following.
Old animal themed items - dogs, cats, horses, etc - always good sellers.
Love me some vintage toys!