We are ...In Your Attic Antique & Collectible Consignments and we are Successful Online and In-house... Re-seller & Consignment Specialist. We specialize in Antique and Collectible items. If you have that item that you want to sell, but you don't have time, then call us. We do not buy your item from you at a low price and resell it. We work for you. We will do as much research as possible, give you what we think is a fair market value and sell it for you at the best possible price. Win-Win for everybody! It's easy to buy, but selling can become a challenge and... that's where we come in.
You pay nothing upfront. We provide you with an average market evaluation price that your item will sell for. It's mutually beneficial for us to get the best price while satisfying buyer expectations. We know pricing, sales copy, photography & how to list your item. It is our aim to find for you the best possible sales platform for each item.
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|City||Mount Holly Springs , PA|
|Address||9 N Baltimore Ave|
|Phone Number||(717) 486-3434|
We are Happy to offer you our years of Experience and Expertise. We do business in an Ethical and Honest Manner with a Solid Reputation in the Online Collectibles field. We bring to the table our Love for what we do... and the items that we acquire.
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Identifying Old. Pottery and China. Most antique ceramics bear a makers mark or backstamp. This is usually located on the underside of the piece, whether it is an antique Figurine or antique Chinaware. Porcelain makers marks usually denote the Studio or manufacturer and at times include an Artist's initials or signature or logo. In contrast, most Pottery makers marks, such as on antique Studio Pottery Vases or Pottery Art, are frequently signatures or initials of the Artist that designed the piece.
Ironstone china is a glaze-covered earthenware. It was first patented by Charles James Mason in 1813 and other manufacturers followed suit. At one point, there were almost 200 makers of ironstone china and they made everything from plates and bowls to tureens, covered casseroles, and gravy boats. Even chamber pots. Its popularity has come in waves and was apparently wildly popular in the 1970s.
Advertising collectibles are collectibles items relating to antique and vintage advertisements for products, brands, services and companies. Items can include advertising signs, shop and counter displays, posters, product labels and packaging, promotional items, catalogues, magazine adverts, badges, vintage clothing and related ephemera.