We have a house chock-full of treasures for you this week, in Union! Our sale is from February 7-9. We have deck furniture, all kinds of household appliances, Yankees memorabilia, Elvis collectibles, antiques, beauty parlor equipment, prints, clothes, books, kitchen items, and so much more! For complete details and additional pictures, click here.
Come say hello to us at our two-day sale in Lodi, February 1-2. We have vinyl, religious figurines, prints, vintage collectibles, household appliances, garden tools and all types of furniture. For complete details and additional pictures, click here.
Celebrate a new year by joining us at our West New York sale, January 17-19. We have a house packed full of treasures, including antique furniture and collectible figurines. We also have books, vinyl, dolls, CDs, linens, china, shoes, clothes and tools. For complete details and additional pictures, click here. See you there!
Get into the holiday spirit by hunting for one-of-a-kind deals at our Clifton sale, December 13-15. This week’s highlights include mid-century furniture, retro film posters, and vintage Gucci. We also have fur coats, books, CDS, linens, china, and tools. For complete details and additional pictures, click here. See you there!
Come join us at our estate sale in Montclair, running April 12 to 15. Click here for our hours, address information, and to get a preview of our items. We are selling everything from contemporary, antique and garden furniture, to books, tools, mirrors, rugs, tribal baskets, prints and more. Hope to see you there!
Love shopping for vintage clothes, retro items or household goods? Adore going to thrift stores and flea markets? Well, what you may not know is that a lot of these re-sellers often find their unique treasures at estate sales. Unlike garage or yard sales which are filled with cast-offs in bad condition, estates are often down-scaled due to unforeseen circumstances. That often means that the things for sale aren’t items people no longer want— they’re things they can no longer keep. This makes a big difference in value. The wonderful thing about estate sales is that they offer a glimpse into someone else’s interests and life, giving those finds you end up bringing home a new layer of meaning.
The old saying still rings true: “One person’s junk is another’s treasure.” That is why it’s best to let professionals decide what to save and sell, or what to get rid of. Never simply assume that your possessions are not valuable enough for an estate sale. There can be very good cash in everyday household items, plain furniture, daily dishware, and even things like old and rusty tools. It is amazing what people will buy—everything from post cards and matches to car manuals and weight training equipment. And again, when in doubt, consult with a professional.