You have an antique china that you had an appraiser look into as something very rare and should be put into a museum. However, you could also choose to sell it at an online auction. While a museum will pay you handsomely to have your product, some online merchants may also want it for their personal collection or for other purposes online. However, you’ll want to put it online if you could increase your profits.
You could pay the appraiser a fee to give his or her endorsement that your product is indeed a genuine, historic artefact or it indeed holds its great value. You could endorse the product to online shoppers including the photo of the appraisal and the contact details of your appraiser or appraisers. The more credentials your product has, the better.
2. Set a Mid-High -Range Price
To push your profits, set your product price on the mid-high range. With good credentials from appraisers, collectors and other people looking to buy your product will consider that price as something worthy. Set your price a bit lower than what the museum or initial buyers are giving you.
3. Endorse it
The more people give their price for your product, the higher it becomes. Research on individuals, communities and organisations who might be interested in your product and invite people to take a look. They might be interested in giving a higher price.