10 Inherited Items Worth More Than You Think

Cookware

Those kitchen cabinets might contain cash! Customers adore cookware that has stood the test of time.

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Midcentury furniture

Midcentury design, from accent tables to architecture, is really popular right now.

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Vintage tools

I've observed people heading straight toward the garage or basement workshop during estate sales while looking for tools.

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Old phones

Everything vintage is trendy once more. For rotary phones constructed of Bakelite, an early kind of plastic, collectors are willing to pay high money.

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Retro clothing

Do you have wardrobes full of antique shoes, clothes, and accessories that you inherited? Customers are awaiting.

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Stainless steel flatware

Today's department stores sell stainless flatware that is commonly referred to as "bentware."

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Old eyeglasses

Companies like Warby Parker have made a name for themselves by offering eyeglass frames with a retro vibe.

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Vintage Christmas decorations

There is a Santa Claus for those who collect Christmas décor, yes, Virginia. Shiny Brite's vintage glass ornaments, produced in Germany.

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Original artwork

Many elderly people have amassed family artwork spanning several generations throughout the years.

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Vintage vinyl

There could be a gem hidden in those milk crates filled with vinyl recordings. You might still make a good living in the resale market.

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