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Antique Dealers in Belfast

List of antique dealers & shops in Belfast. Find a comprehensive selection of recommended antique dealers & shops with detailed business profiles, services, and unbiased customer reviews. Get free quotes!
Archives Antique Centre

Archives Antique Centre

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Medals, coins and a host of other antiquities and collectibles made from precious and not so precious metals can be found in store. We're specialists in Irish silver and we stock some fantastic items in both gold and silver. Over our three floors, we have stock of a huge variety of antiques, from rare and high-in-value items, through to trinkets and pub memorabilia. We're also regular providers of film and stage props, and we keep a big stock of books, pictures and stamps. less

Oakland Antiques

Oakland Antiques

Donald McCluskey is the owner and has been operating in the antique business for over 30 years. We have 2 extensive floors of antiques including furntiture, silver, porcelain, glass, clocks and much more that we are sure you will find very interesting. less

Ross's Auctioneers & Valuers

Ross's Auctioneers & Valuers

Ross's has occupied a Grade B listed building for the past 75 years in the centre of Belfast. The landmark site is equidistant from the City Hall and the Royal Courts of Justice. Since 1988 the company has been headed by Daniel Clarke. He is an Associate of The Society of Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers and a Member of The Irish Auctioneers & Valuers Institute. Ross's has been long established as Northern Irelands leading auctioneers. less

Antique Furniture Restoration

Antique Furniture Restoration

I have a particular interest in furniture that can be attributed to and stamped by Gillows of Lancaster and Wilsons of 68 Great Queen Street-London & Robert Strahan of Dublin & am always researching and attempting to find undescovered pieces. I strongly believe in the importance of preserving origonality, but any restoration or more importantly conservation will be skillfully and sypatheticaly done to the highest standards using only the finest hand & traditional materials. less

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You have an old item to sell, you need some extra cash and you are wondering what to do in order to get some good money. Instead of listing your item online and waiting for a client to pop up, why don’t you sell to an antique dealer in Belfast instead? Whether it is an independent antique dealer in Belfast or an antique mall, there are many options you have to sell your item quickly and get some good cash. However, you are maybe wondering how you can find the right antique dealer in Belfast and how to make sure you are getting the best deal for your item. Selling to a local antique dealer in Belfast saves you extra money from paying the fees you will be charged when selling online or the whole stress of collecting credit card payments from buyers and selling the item. Selling to an antique dealer in Belfast instead is significantly easier and simpler. So here are some tips and tricks for how to sell old items to an antique dealer in Belfast and what to expect.

Research an Antique Dealer in Belfast First

Of course, everything starts with good research and finding an antique dealer in Belfast does not make any exception. In addition, when selling to an antique dealer in Belfast, don’t expect them to do all the hard work for you and tell you all the in-depth information about the items you are selling and their value. Instead, before you visit an antique dealer in Belfast, research and try to find more information about the items you are wanting to sell so you can have a better idea of what price to expect. An antique dealer in Belfast most probably won’t be willing to give you an evaluation for free, and rightly so.

Selling to an Antique Dealer in Belfast – Expect a Quarter or a Half off the Retail Price

When selling items to an antique dealer in Belfast it is very important to have a realistic idea of the money you will be able to get. After you do the important price-research and before you visit the antique dealer in Belfast, have a good idea of what price you can get and be prepared to be offered a price usually a quarter to fifty percent off the original or retail price of the items. Don’t be surprised, this is usually how every antique dealer in Belfast will work. Every antique dealer in Belfast has overhead expenses, even when selling online. With an antique dealer in Belfast, you can benefit from quick cash and this is the biggest advantage of this kind of deal.

Be Prepared to State Your Price to an Antique Dealer in Belfast

When speaking to an antique dealer in Belfast, you should be prepared to share your asking price during the initial talk. It may seem like a bit of a stressful experience, but it is really not and it’s the common practice, so don’t be afraid to state your price to the antique dealer in Belfast as it will be the starting point of the whole negotiation process.