Handmade Quilts in N. Texas for sale!!!

My buddy's folks died and left behind a lot of quilts that are handmade and
some may be machine stitched. We keep finding these in closets and gathered a
lot of them. But, there are so many (Big & Small) and his Mother sold them until
she got sick. And now Louis wants to get rid of them...I have ebay and various
other platforms to sell these very nice pieces but...I have no idea what the
designs are or anything other then they are quilts...He mentioned that he might
have 50 to 100 quilts. Whew...that would take me years to figure out. So we are
looking for soeone or a company that buys homemade quilts or can someone tell me
how I can figure out the patterns on these quilts in a simple way so we can sell
them (maybe) on ebay and turn a pretty good profit..Thank you if you can help
two ole Men lol figure this one out...Gos Bless Joe in Texas.
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Joe H.
I would suggest that you take them a few at a time to either a local quilt shop -- or a quilt appraiser.
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If any of these quilts are quilts collected through the years, be cautious. You might be surprised to learn their value! Any antique quilts could be donated to a local university -- again a local quilt shop can help you with that.
Good luck.... I wish I could see some of these quilts!
Kate in MI
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My buddy's folks died and left behind a lot of quilts that are handmade and some may be machine stitched. We keep finding these in closets and gathered a lot of them. But, there are so many (Big & Small) and his Mother sold them until she got sick. And now Louis wants to get rid of them...I have ebay and various other platforms to sell these very nice pieces but...I have no idea what the designs are or anything other then they are quilts...He mentioned that he might have 50 to 100 quilts. Whew...that would take me years to figure out. So we are looking for soeone or a company that buys homemade quilts or can someone tell me how I can figure out the patterns on these quilts in a simple way so we can sell them (maybe) on ebay and turn a pretty good profit..Thank you if you can help two ole Men lol figure this one out...Gos Bless Joe in Texas.
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