Donate or trash or keep for the estate sale?
This is a pair of overalls made of blue jean with no tag. Keep or trash?
If you said trash you just threw away $250
This is a ribbed tank top with lots of holes on the back. Keep or trash?
If you said trash you just threw away between $20-$40. Why? Designers use the item as inspiration for designing shirts.
This is a denim shirt found in a garage. Often times shirts like these are used to wrap items in a garage or glassware in an attic. So what do you think? Keep or trash?
If you said trash you just threw away $100. Why? Old denim like this is highly desired by designers and collectors.
This is a 1940's sweatshirt with many stains. It was found in a suitcase in the rafters of a garage. Keep or trash?
If you said trash you just threw away $200. Why? The decal on the sweatshirt has no meaning when it comes to valuing the shirts.
This is a 1920's denim work shirt, never worn, came out of a house where the person was in their 90's. Keep or trash?
If you said trash you just threw away $400. This old denim is highly desirable.
So if you think no one wants to buy old people's clothes, think again. Like I said don't throw anything out or donate anything and I mean anything!
Disclosure: Not all older clothing is worth money like this, however, why take a change and throw it out. Let us make that determination.