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Best places to sell Disney Lithographs near you and online and how to find their values
Fans of Disneys characters like The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Fantasia and Cinderella enjoy collecting lithographed art, cartoons and doodles.
If you liked the Disney’s movies as a kid, chances are you collected some memorabilia. These are probably from the art reproduced as lithos.
Disney used to send a lithograph gift with the purchase of a VHS back in time. You may still have some of these works.
Other ways you may have acquired a litho include; a purchase at a Disney store or family museum and a purchase at a fine art gallery.
If you collected or just bought for decorations any of the Disney’s lithographs, you may be able to sell them in today’s collectors market.
As a Disney Geek, you may also be downsizing and making room for new stuff and need to get rid of your Disneys collections.
Whatever the reasons, you have options to sell your lithos at many places.
Before selling anything collectible, it’s a good idea to find an estimated value or appraisal value for the item.
Unfortunately, there is no central place to go and find out what is the value of a Disney lithograph. So, you have to do some searching and comparing.
These are some of the Disney’s Lithographs in your collection that may have some value;
- Disney Lithographs 1994
- Thomas Kinkades Disney Lithos
- Limited EditionDisney Lithographs
- Vintage Disney’s Lithographs
- Disney Lithographs the Lion King
- Disney Lithographs Cinderella
- Disney Lithographs Sleeping Beauty
- Disney Signed Lithographs
- 1990’s Disney’s Lithographs
- Lithographed art prints
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How to Find the Value of a Disney’s Lithograph
The estimated worth of a litho depends on different characteristics. Things like condition, how popular the character is, how many lithos were produced/reproduced, the artist and when it was released for sale (age).
The Lithograph’s purpose. Disney releases lithograph for the collectors market and for the general market. The lithos sold for collecting are higher quality and more limited in the number of prints and they’re sold as “fine art”.
The productions for the general market, generally have a larger number of prints produced and sold.
The collectible quality lithos have a higher estimated worth for resell and auctions.
Here are some places to check the estimated value of a Disney lithograph;
It you think you have a highly collectible litho, limited edition, from a fine art gallery or with fine art designation, try to get a professional appraisal.
- Check Google with the name of the character or name of the movie. This should land you on various sites where similar lithos have sold or are selling. Check a few to see if you find anything similar to yours.
- Find a nearby antique dealer and ask for a quick appraisal.
- Check forums and Disney’s Fan Clubs to see if you can have a chat with other sellers and collectors who may be able to help you appraise your lithos.
- Check Reddit’s Disney Art or fine art. There you can chat with other Disney’s collectors and enthusiasts and learn about prices and values.
Best Places to Sell Your Disney’s Lithographs
Once you have an idea on how to price your lithograph, you can then look for an appropriate resell or auction market.
Sell Disney Lithos on Etsy
It’s common sense, a platform that makes it easy to upload your products and pulls in a massive number of buyers – is great for sellers of anything.
Buyers and users of the platform like the robust algorithm and filters that allow them to obtain exactly what they are looking for.
Etsy does charge a listing fee of .20 and then again when you sell your item there are additional fees.
Even though Etsy is a well known market place for handcrafted goods, it also permits the sale of non-crafts. Vintage, unique and rare items in the arts and prints are sold in Etsy.
This example of a vintage Disney lithograph shows an active market on Etsy for this kind of work.
eBay is the online go to place for anything antique and collectible in the Toys, Hobbies and Games categories.
This platform has a large inventory of Disney art prints for auctions and for buy it now. Posters, prints, cels, lithos and animation art are sold on the platform.
You can charge your own price on eBay and list for free, at least the first 50 items. Once sold you pay a 10% commission to eBay on the sale.
The plus side of listing vintage and collectible art on this platform is that it gets millions of users each day. If you use proper products descriptions and keywords, your listing can be reached by a lot of people.
This is a platform to buy and sell in your local area. You can buy or sell anything from a car to a pair of sneakers on OfferUp.
The platform is the middlemen between people wanting to buy or sell stuff.
Sign up and download the mobile App. Complete your profile. Take pictures of your item and list it.
Arrange thru the App to meet with the buyer, after a price has been negotiated.
This is a second hand marketplace for Home Decor, Vintages and Electronics. You can sell your old iPhone, as well as your vintage collectibles there.
Sign up for the Mercari App and start listing your items for sale.
List your lithographs in your local Craiglist. Sign up for the platform for free. List your items and decide on a place to meet to complete the sale, once you’ve agreed with a potential buyer.
PawnGuru provides listings of items to pawn shops. You can sell or pawn your Disney lithos by completing a Sale form with item’s condition, description and pictures.
You’ll receive offers from different local pawn shops thru PawnGuru’s platform.
Once you make a decision on the offers, you then can sell outright or take a loan from the pawn shop.
Sell your Disney’s lithographs the traditional way, at yard sales. Find yard sales nearby or out of town where collectors and antiques fans meet.
Disney’s lithdorgarpahs may have collectors value or they may be general market productions. Depending on what you have, the value can be estimated using the methods listed above.
If you know you have a good collectors lithograph because it’s fine art or limited edition, try to get a professional appraisal.
Before deciding where to sell your lithographs, find out about listing, shipping and selling fees which will be deducted from the price sold.
Depending on your needs, you may want to sell in a second market platform that will provide a quick turnaround for your listing.