Ask Where To Sell and we'll advise you - totally unbiased and without any vested interest.
Most of us have been in the situation of having something to sell - but not knowing where is the best place to sell it. The local sale room? eBay? National auctioneers? They all have their strengths and weaknesses.
The clever seller knows who specialises in which items - because they achieve the best prices. And Where To Sell can tell you who and which. We can suggest the best way to sell your goods and chattels - completely impartial advice from a totally independent source.
How it works
We constantly try to keep up to date with who is most interested in achieving the best prices in specific categories of personal assets, and we make that information available to you.
You'll find the list of categories on our Make an Enquiry page.
How much does it cost?
The service is free to all online enquiries.
Is it safe?
"Why should I let you know that I have something precious? You might be burglars!"
But you don't have to provide your name and address (although if your details are already in the public domain, your browser may try to enter them automatically). If that is unwelcome, try using a different name and a postcode near to you. All we require is an identifier, a postcode and email address.
I'm interested; what should I do next?
Go to our Make an Enquiry page; select your item or category; and we will provide a free list of our suggestions nearest to you.
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