Twice Treasured Estate Sales and Household Liquidations


Liquidating a household can be both emotionally and physically challenging but the good news is, you don't have to do it alone!


Twice Treasured Estate Sales has been conducting estate/moving sales for 25 years in NH and The Villages.


Folks often have these common questions when faced with this daunting task: 


What is an estate sale?  By definition, they are sales which liquidate the majority of assets in a home. 


How do estate sales work?  We’ll discuss your needs and expectations during a free consultation. Once we agree to the terms of the sale, our crew will bring in tables, shelving, cloths, etc. to best stage your items for a successful sale. We price and display all items to maximize sales.


Clients often ask "what if no one comes to the sale?"  Believe us, there is no such thing. We advertise heavily via multi media. Typically, we will conduct the sale over three sessions, depending upon the volume of merchandise to liquidate.  


In addition to running the sale, we also offer services for unusual, extraordinary, or upscale items you may own. For example, a rare collection of steins or a listed artist's painting or valuable instruments may fare better at an auction house than an onsite estate sale. We will find the best avenue to sell your treasures.


One question everyone asks is: What should I keep or throw away?  The answer is: Keep everything and throw away nothing!  People are willing to purchase everything from old war memorabilia, half full bottle of dish liquid, costumes, pots and pans, old toys, costume jewelry (and broken gold/sterling jewelry), antiques & contemporary items, clothing/furs, paintings, canned goods, yard items, tools, vehicles, bric-a-brac, as well as the furniture and household items we all have in our homes!  Please do not throw anything away until we meet - you may be unwittingly tossing treasures.


We have a great crew of people who are dedicated to making your estate sale both stress-free and profitable.


Call now if you have any questions and/or to set up an appointment.  It's never too early to start the process.   



For your peace of mind, we are fully insured and licensed. References can be provided upon request.