Antiques and Collectibles

Eastern

Click on the tabs below for reuse, recycling or safe disposal options.

Antiques and collectible that are in good condition can be sold to antique stores or specialty shops, through online communities or by placing classified ads either online or in local newspapers and magazines.

Large items that are broken or no longer useful can be disposed of with bulk waste and smaller items with regular garbage.

Common antiques and collectibles include:

  • furniture
  • china dishes and figurines
  • rare books or comic books
  • postage stamps
  • dolls

Previously Loved Clothes and Things

Epilepsy NL offers drop-off and pick-up services for clothing, footwear, toys and other household items.

Location: 351 Kenmount Road, St. John's
Phone: (709) 753-7283
Web: epilepsynl.com

Salvation Army Thrift Stores

Donate gently used clothing and household items to your local Salvation Army Thrift Store or call to arrange pick up of larger items.

Location: Services throughout the province.
Web: www.thriftstore.ca

Yellow Page Listing – Collectibles

Many specialty shops accept or purchase collectibles such as stamps, comic books, hockey cards, figurines, etc. that are in good condition.

Web: View a listing of Collectible Shops in the Yellow Pages.

Yellow Pages Listing – Antique Dealers

Many antique stores will accept older furniture in good condition and collectibles items for resale.

Location: Services throughout the province.
Web: View a listing of Antique Dealers in the Yellow Pages.

Think About It

Refresh or refurbish old furniture to preserve quality and condition and even increase the item’s value.