Selling a claw foot bathtub is easy if you know where to find the buyers. From Web sites, to a sign on your front lawn, there are many ways to approach this.
Buyers and sellers come together on ebay.com. Ebay consists of an international community of people offering goods at either a fixed price or through auction bids.It's easy to get started, and you can set a minimum price.
Antique dealers purchase valuable household items that are no longer manufactured. They can quote you a price and often provide transportation when local.
Garage sales offer all kinds of household items at a variety of prices. Buyers are often looking for a deal, but well-maintained pieces can be sold at a good price.
A more local approach to Web marketing is craigslist.org. Craigslist is similar to a giant online garage sale within one area. The site divides items into categories for easy hunting. Buyers and sellers can posts ads that include photos and product details.
Place a classified ad in your local newspaper or shopper/pennysaver. Shoppers are usually weekly products distributed free in your market. Newspaper advertising may cost more, but it's still very effective.