Hey ya'll! No this isn't directly Airstream related but a connection can be made in less than 6 degrees... the antiques I now own are from my mother's parents - who owned a number of Airstreams.
So, I have a small storage unit that contains all the *furnishings* that are left of my grandparents estate.
There are a number of large pieces (grandfather clock, buffet) and about 30 rubbermaid bins of china. My aunt helped me pack up the bins and she is a collector of such herself. She said that many of the pieces are very valuable. It is unlikely that I will ever display the pieces and feel that I need to sell them. I really don't want to continue to store them - both for monthly cost and also because they could get stolen or damaged (exp if we experience a hurricane hit in the area).
Anyone have ideas how best to handle getting them appraised or determining value? And then how to sell?
I have very little time to attend to this *chore*.... fingers are crossed I'll score a job after then end of the shuttle program -- in about 3 weeks. Don't know if that deserves a
(for hopefully getting a new job) or a
for the end of the program.