The first thing that needs to be decided is whether you’d like to sell those antique gifts online or offline, because there are different methods of doing both.
If you’re planning to sell them online then there are some great auction and online selling websites like eBay and Amazon. Get some good pictures of the antique gifts that you want to sell and post them online with short descriptions that entice potential buyers. Don’t price the items too high or you may lose major customers. Your description should highlight the benefits of buying the particular product and how it compares to other similar bargains.
Selling these items offline will come with its own advantages. Although the process may not be as comfortable as selling online while sitting in the comfort of your home, it is sure to yield solid results. The first step will be to research places where you can sell the item. Perhaps, an antique shop that may be willing to sell your items for a commission?
You may also want to consult with other antique dealers who may have buyers for your antique Valentine’s gift. But if you want to be independent of all that hassle, you can also rent a shop for a few days and sell your antique items yourself. For this however, you will require enough items to cover your overhead costs along with filling the display of your rented retail outlet.