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What's Selling Where?
9/12/2006 11:47:08 AM
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Posted by  morris  on 9/12/2006 11:55:27 AM
Email: morris62220@yahoo.com
Coins are selling at record auction prices for us. Hand sewn quilts, anything of local interest, old toys, items from the late 40's and into the fifties, Elvis & Beatles record albums are all doing well. Furniture is selling very poorly. Unless it is a special item, bidders are keeping their bid cards close to their vests. A very nice Tell City Maple kitchen table and four chairs/two leaves sold for $65, Boos Butcher Block kitchen table and chairs went for $125, an Ethan Allen chest went for $25. Smaller tables such as parlor and end tables remain steady in their prices. This kind of buying has been going on for almost a year now when it comes to furniture. Auctions are doing well, though, based on the sales of other items. Crowds are about the same; gas prices does not appear to have had an effect on attendance.
Posted by  elaineeapg  on 2/19/2007 10:04:03 AM
Email: elaine@PatternGlass.com
As we travel the country, we hear "Pattern Glass is not selling here." But the fact that EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass 1850-1910) was made in over 1200 patterns means that the few folks who collect each pattern are spread around the country. So the internet has been a wonderful way to bring buyers & sellers together for even obscure glass patterns from the 19th century. So we find that Pattern Glass does, indeed sell via our web site where we have a 'virtual consignment shop' started over nine years ago. There is probably a market for almost everything if buyers and sellers can find each other! Elaine PatternGlass.com
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