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k lupi

Hi- I have cases and cases of antique and vintage jewelry that my parents had as part of their inventory when they did flea markets and antique shows- they are in their late 70's/early 80's and are not able to go to these venues- is there any one that you know of that buys quanity? I have some really nice pieces at my house that I am beginning with- a Miriam Haskell ( marked) hair comb with 5 butterflies, a Hamilton diamond women's watch that works, it has the original case number , 2 antique compacts ( one from the rex company in original box), a Marcel Boucher pin in a Lord and taylor NYC box with original tags, some lucite and bakelite- this is just one box! Suggestions?

kim bitnar

i found myself in the same position with boxes full of old jewelry.some intact, some missing stones. for me i'm trying to find the missing pieces. whether they are the stones, or a missing earring.i just started comparing prices on ebay, however, some things might be worth taking to auction elsewhere.

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That's very true Will the people in the cheaper seats clap your hands? And the rest of you, if you'll just rattle your jewelry.

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You could just take it to any jewlery store and they could evaluate it for you.?

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I think its interesting feature is the section showing old jewelry advertisements.

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Reading your blog was fun and it make me think about taking correct decision regarding my old jewelry !

Donnie

Just don't take it to a pawn shop they'll rip you off

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