It is worth taking a closer look at the items from the times of the Polish People's Republic preserved in our homes.
The vintage style is appreciated by many collectors who are looking for original items. Portal & ldquo; Express Ilustrowany & rdquo; states that the period of the People's Republic of Poland is returning to favors, especially the 50s, 60s and 70s.
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Collectors urge to check what our cellars or attics hide where, in our opinion, old-fashioned items are often put away.
Porcelain, porcelain, faience and glass are of particular interest. Of course, complete sets are worth the most, but single pieces can also be worth something.
The dizzying prices can of course be achieved by furniture, especially armchairs, chairs, tables and famous wall units. Well-preserved items can be more expensive than modern art from shops.
Among the examples, you can mention the VAR or Aga chair, which is worth up to PLN 500. In turn, for a set of 366 armchairs from the Dolnośląska Fabryka Mebli in Świebodzice, you can get up to 5,000.
Valuable for collectors are also all kinds of postage, for which they are able to pay from a few to even a hundred zlotys.
Of course, jewelry is also valuable. Some companies designed it in cooperation with well-known artists, which can further increase its valuation.
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