Your table with barley twist legs appears to be oak, but not tiger oak.
It dates 1920s.
My research and experience indicate it has an estimated retail value of $1050-1200.
Online auctions like eBay generally bring wholesale selling prices.
If you would like to sell close to retail , some ideas are:
The internet has your largest audience of buyers. Place small ads on these sites or set up your own small store on these sites.
Etsy.com - small fees - 20 cents to list plus 3.5% final price.
Amazon Marketplace: http://services.amazon.com/content/sell-on-amazon.htm/ref=footer_soa?ld=AZFSSOA
These sites are excellent and more upscale but fees are higher. I only recommend them if you have several items to sell.
A method that could be very effective would be to place a classified in the "Maine Antique Digest" It has a large readership of collectors all across the country.
I highly recommend this method. They only charge $25 for 25 words in a classified ad. This publication is a monthly newspaper as well as on their internet website.
Be sure to specify local pick up only. That way the buyer would be responsible for obtaining his own insurance and transport.
A private seller to a dealer or at auction can expect 30-60% of retail value.
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