Discover July's Top 5 Online Finds
Our generous donors drop off thousands of donations each day at our 41 donation station sites. These donations allow us to provide free Job Training and Education Programs to those facing barriers to economic opportunity. With all those donations, you can only imagine the unique treasure we’re constantly discovering.
Take a minute and check out some of the most recent top selling items from Seattle Goodwill’s online stores, which include eBay, shopgoodwill.com and Amazon.
Antique Western Electric Co. 269W Candlestick & S.H. Couch floral telephone
SOLD PRICE: $7,200.96
This telecommunication relic dates back to the late 1800s, early 1900s. That’s when candlestick telephones were invented. Western Electric patented the first tube shaft candlestick phone in 1904.
Artek Alvar Aalto H94 dining extension table
SOLD PRICE: $1,525.00
This dining table may not look like much, but Artek products are crafted by Finnish master architects and leading international designers and results in some of the world’s finest furniture. Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) is recognized today as one of the great masters of modern architecture.
Vintage lot of 1930s & 40s car owner’s manuals
SOLD PRICE: $1,111.99
Nothing says nostalgia or turns heads on the road quite like a beautiful, vintage automobile. Well preserved car manuals dating 80-90 years back are hard to come by and allow collectors to reminisce on the past.
Michael Kors yellow leather studded shoulder bag
SOLD PRICE: $1,075.00
This bag’s worth is in its name, and the artfully crafted luxury design, of course. Michael Kors himself is a world-renowned, award-winning designer of luxurious accessories. He established his company in 1981 and has created a billion dollar empire.
Vintage lot of Transformers toys
SOLD PRICE: $900.00
Long before Transformers became a blockbuster movie series, they were toys and featured in comic books. The franchise began in 1984 and are produced by American toy company Hasbro and Japanese toy company Takara Tomy.
You can shop our online stores for collectible items, apparel, jewelry, games and more, which all support Goodwill’s mission of free job training and education.