A good way to determine the value of an antique General Electric refrigerator is to contact an accredited antique appraiser. Accredited appraisers are more likely to provide a fairer price evaluation than pawnshops or antique collectors because appraisers are not allowed to offer to buy items they appraise. This way, conflict of interest is taken out of the equation.Continue Reading
After the appraisal, the accredited appraiser hands you a written report detailing the procedure used to determine its value. Be prepared to pay a $200 to $400 service fee, depending on the appraiser's expertise and location. You can still have your refrigerator appraised by pawnshops or collectors just to get an idea of how much it would sell in the market.
You can also have the antique GE refrigerator appraised online via websites such as Value My Stuff and WorthPoint. Value My Stuff requires sending photos and any information related to the appliance, and you may receive an appraisal report within 48 hours. WorthPoint has a Worthopedia tool that you can use to value your collectible. These services are available for a fee.
You can also use online marketplaces such as eBay.com or online classifieds such as Craigslist to get an idea of how much people are willing to pay for your item. These sites are free to use for price-researching purposes.Learn more about Antiques