Value of Mersman End Tables

I'd love to know what these end tables go for in resale value please.
Thanks for any input!

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March 26, 20190 found this helpful

They go for $45-$55 each.

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March 26, 20190 found this helpful

Hi! I love Mersman pieces. Where you are you located? That makes a difference on the value.

Where I am, buyers can't get enough of their sleek danish lined pieces and they fetch big bucks, but the early American pieces like these, you can't give them away. If they sell, it is for under $20 each.

Now hopefully where you are there will be a high demand and a low supply and you can fetch more.

If you are selling on Facebook or Craigs list, go pie in the sky and start at $150 and then take best offer or lower the price until they sell. Your pieces are in lovely shape and condition is always a huge selling point. You may want to talk to a store and see if they will sell them for you. They may fetch more for you than if you were going to sell them on your own.

You may get lucky and get a lot, but, like I said, there are so many of these where I am they have become valueless.

Where this is good money for them is if you paint them pretty and make them Pinterest worthy with a nice design or paint. I have a friend that flips these (buys them at $10-15 each) then, after she dolls them up, sells them in the $100 to $200 EACH range. That said, she is a very, very, very talented artist her works are literal show pieces.


These are super sturdy pieces that will last forever....which is part of the resale problem--the more there are, the less their value.

Post back where you are and what they sell for!! Wishing you an AWESOME profit!

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