Antique trolley carts are sold on eBay and Etsy, as well as in some local antique stores. Many stores also sell new carts that look like antique trolley carts, such as Ballard Designs, West Elm and Restoration Hardware.
Etsy and eBay are two websites that offer antique trolley carts in various styles and finishes, from wicker to walnut to steel. Many of these pieces are one-of-a-kind and sell for anywhere from $100 to $5,000. To find the right piece at the right price, visit these sites often to see what new pieces are for sale or for auction. Similarly, antique trolley carts are sometimes available at antique stores, flea markets and estate sales.
A quicker and easier solution is to find an antique replica trolley cart at a furniture or home decor store. As of 2015, Ballard Designs sells several trolley carts in both antique brass and gold finish. They also sell a cart made from bamboo and stained to look like an antique. These carts range in price from about $200 to $400.
In addition, West Elm and Restoration Hardware also sell several different trolley carts for anywhere from $200 to $800. While West Elm specializes in mid-century vintage carts, Restoration Hardware features carts that are more rustic and industrial in appearance.