I live in Ohio and was wondering where to begin in terms of valuing and selling my old things? I have a box of items that I think may be worth something, but I can't afford to pay an attorney at this time. What should I do?

Answer

You don't want to pay a lawyer to identify antiques. Read the article and decide on a game plan. Try to find out exactly what it is that you have. This may take some time, but research can be fun. There are many books available on a wild range of items, whether it's dishware, jewelry or whatever.

Updated on April 3, 2018

Original Article:

Antiques and Collectibles—How to Value and Sell Your Old Things
By Dolores Monet
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