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A collectible is any old or unique item in which someone wishes to add to his or her collection. A collection is any group of 3 or more items. An antique is any collectible item at least 100 years old, (except autos are antique at 50 years). Because of this there are more collectible buyers then there are antique buyers. Although many collectible buyers are also antique buyers. they are also known as collectors, dealers, and pickers. Anytime someone purchases something for his or her collection, they become a collectible buyer. Some of these collectible buyers purchase to resell, others purchase for their own collection. Some collectors only want one or two pieces, others will buy an entire collection. This, condition, rarity, and many other factors determine at what price, or if the collector will purchase your collectible at all. As with any collectible, it is only worth what a buyer is willing to pay.
Mister Find IT ® Has Buyers!
Our Customers say:
"When I was younger I had three cobalt blue violin bottles, an 11, 8 and 4 inch bottle. I
don't know what happen to them when I moved. I found the 11 and 8 inch ones fairly easy
online, but spent years looking for the 4 inch bottle. I placed an ad on Mister Find IT, and
found my 4 inch bottle."
"After mom came down with Alzheimer's my sister and I got the chore of cleaning out the
house. In the attic, among other things, we found an army helmet, uniform buttons, arm
bands and old medals from World War II. We knew nothing about the items, except that mom
had two brothers (who had passed on) that were in the war. The problem was these items
were from the other side. I had no idea what they were worth or who to sell them to. I was
going to put them on an online auction, (later I found out they were banned from being sold
there) and start the bidding at $40 or $50. Then I found Mister Find IT. I have to admit,
at first I was reluctant to paying a few dollars for the contacts information, but am now glad
I did. I bought the contacts for six possible buyers that I could e-mail. I sent all six the same
descriptions and photos. One did not respond. But within days, I received four offers of $300
each, and one for $335 (for one item). The contact fees I paid, was far less then the fees I would have paid
to list and sell at auction, not to mention these buyers may not have known I was selling."
"I own an antique shop. Lately things at the shop have been slow, especially with a lot of
items found now on the internet. Some items will sit on the shelf for months before the right
buyer comes in. Now I find many buyers at Mister Find IT, before the item ever sees the