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WorthPoint Makes It Easy to Sell Your Antiques and Collectibles for the Best Price

by ThomPattie (06/25/08).

So, you’re ready to sell the gorgeous old grandfather clock that’s been in your family for three generations. You know that it’s valuable, but you don’t know how valuable, and you’re not sure how to get started with the evaluation and sales process.

Don’t worry—we can help. Now it’s easy to find out what your treasured item is worth and sell it through a reputable auction house with the WorthPoint Consignment and Brokering Service.

For just 5% of the final proceeds*, WorthPoint’s expert Worthologists will walk you through every step of the auction process, including:

  • Determining your item’s likely value at auction
  • Helping you choose the best auction house for your needs
  • Helping you manage auction house fees
  • Guiding you through the auction process

With the WorthPoint Consignment and Brokering Service, you’re never alone. You get personal support from knowledgeable professionals with decades of experience from the moment you get started. And even better, you’ll pay nothing for this invaluable support until your item is sold.

If you’re going to sell your unique collectibles and antiques, make sure you realize their full value. Work with WorthPoint and get what it’s worth.

For more information, contact WorthPoint Chief Worthologist Thom Pattie at (877) 734-7735 ext. 9020 or write brokering@worthpoint.com .

* Item must be evaluated at $2,500 or more to qualify for this service.

5 Responses to “WorthPoint Makes It Easy to Sell Your Antiques and Collectibles for the Best Price”

  1. lybdg590 says:

    I have several shot guns and rif.that I want to sell along with a collection of yoyos and knives.

    Can you please tell me how to do this?

    Thank You
    lybdg590@yahoo.com

  2. Sharon Profitt says:

    I have a resonator guitar – Silver Dobro, fiddle edge, port holes window-like round soundholes in the upper body. Has slotted peghead M32 model no serial# stamped into the top of the pegboard has “Dobro” peghead decal.
    Please advise any info you know and the value of this guitar.
    Thank you.

  3. Mary Anastasio says:

    Worthpoint: I have an oil painting purchased from an estate sale in 1987-8. It is signed and and dated Artist name: Otto Grashey 1883, Munchin, size 22×25 aprox, included is large heavy gilt ornate frame. I have been offered $5000.00 but would like to establish best price and would like to use your consignment/ auction service. I have a feeling that the americans would not be best source to sell to get best price but to reach out to the european/German buyers I might get a better or best price Thank you

    • Maggie Turnipseed Maggie Turnipseed says:

      Mary,
      Just sent you an email direct. I look forward to seeing the photos.
      Thank you for using WorthPoint!
      Maggie

  4. MICHELLE KINER says:

    hI. i REALLY DO NOT KNOW MUCH ABOUT YOU. i JUST FOUND THIS WEB SITE . i HAVE A 2.5′ FOOT OR A BIT LARGER OIL PAINTING OF A MAN CALLED THE MARCHESE U.A. CAMPOLATTARO. iT’S A BEAUTIFUL PAINTING BY THE ARTIST VICTOR LEE 1979. ANY IDEA WHAT THIS MIGHT BE WORTH? iS IT WORTH SELLING?’

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