Handle parents' estates with care
"It's a lot of work to sell on eBay. You have to know what ... dad's pocketknives? Many Depression-era parents were big collectors, and when they die, they often leave behind wall displays of bottle caps or souvenir plates, albums of baseball cards ...
Collectibles, linens, kitchen items, quilts, bedding ... little girl’s clothing, Tupperware, salon items, all purpose hydraulic salon chair, gun cabinet, 2 computer printers, games, telescope, canopy bed, old piano, Christmas deco, household, lots ...
collectibles & decor plastic lattice ... junior clothing, purses, kitchen items, Tupperware, Home Interior, Party Lite, wooden end tables, Christmas items, lots of misc. Watch for signs. Payne, Jennings, Deters, Jones.
Think twice before sending your castaways to the landfill
I want to begin with the kitchen, currently experiencing a collecting revolution. Kitchen collectibles from the 1950s ... especially painted and stenciled metal examples. Do not forget Tupperware. Tupperware arrived on the scene in 1948.
Tennessee Tupperware Experience show helps Covina theatre
Cookie Lee Jewelry, Mary Kay and Barton's Gift and Collectibles representatives ... and being on stage made Farrell feel at home, but it still took some convincing from a theatre friend, who was also Tupperware salesperson using a drag character, to ...
10 things estate sales won’t tell you
But plenty of other people can find themselves ... want fair market value, and auction houses will likely do a better job of ensuring that they get it for rare items, appraisers say. See also: 10 things cruise lines won’t tell you. 4.