So, you’ve decided to clean up the attic or garage. Maybe you are cleaning up your parent’s home. Whatever the situation, you will likely find something that will be of interest to antique dealers or used furniture stores. You should pay particular attention to old furniture, such as desks, chairs and tables. Even if you don’t think the furniture is worth anything, you should see what an antique appraiser tells you. What Type Of Furniture Is Not Worth Keeping? There are some types of furniture that are not worth money on the antique market. Things that are relatively new or made of particleboard are not found in antique shops. Likewise, if you have a table or couch that is in really terrible condition, it is not worth taking it around to antique shops. What Type Of Furniture Should You Bring In For Appraisal? Anything that is very old should be kept aside. If you are lucky enough to find a desk or bureau that looks like it is from the 19th century or earlier, then you want to bring that in for expert appraisal. You should also keep wood furniture that is in good condition. While it might not be worth much on the antique market, it might be worth money to a used furniture dealer. Besides wood furniture, you should be on the lookout for old leather couches, ornate cabinets and mirrors. Also, anything that looks like it was handmade should be kept aside and brought in for an appraisal. You Have A House Full Of Furniture? If you are dealing with one piece of furniture, or even a couple, you can seek out an antique appraisal company or bring it in to a used furniture store. However, if you are cleaning out a relative’s home and have dozens of pieces of furniture, you should look into an estate liquidation service. Before you contact an estate liquidator, you can look through the house and see if there are any select pieces you want to bring in to an antique expert. The rest of the furniture can be handed off the estate liquidator. They will then either auction it off or resell it. The benefit of using a liquidator service is that you don’t have to deal with moving and researching dozens of items. You can simply bring in a company that has expertise in the area and let them handle it for...