Shop for Old Things the New Way… @ Your Library!

Posted on April 15, 2008. Filed under: library |

Spring brings more than blooms!  It’s the season when yard sales sprout across neighborhoods and antique shoppers pop up around our region.  But, the McCracken County Public Library’s the place for comparison shopping!  Price It!  Antiques & Collectibles is the newest way to tag old things.

Since the library added this online database to its ever-growing Internet Branch services, patrons have been clicking like crazy!  On average, people use Price It! to conduct 87 searches a month… finding the value on nearly anything; art, books, clocks, furniture, jewelry, sports memorabilia, and more.

Novices and professionals will find the comprehensive tool easy to use.  This online resource has 125 searchable categories and 10 million images to better help you identify your collectible.  You can even research your item’s artist or maker, as well as find similar antiques or collectibles recently on or off the market.

Price It!  Antiques and Collectibles is your one-stop shop, compiling information from online auctions (, eBay) and retails outlets (, TIAS), along with 50 land-based auction houses.  Powered by, Price It! is constantly updated, delivering 23 million realized prices on treasures nearly 30% of Americans collect, buy, and trade everyday.

If it’s antiques you’re after or special items to sell, be sure to Price It! first with the McCracken County Public Library.  Hit the Internet Branch and click on the Price It! link from the Electronic Database drop down menu for fast and accurate results!


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Thanks a million for this ( link, just what I need for my stuff.

Cool blog with great info

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