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    Consignment Shops in Atlanta


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    Business Listing   Angel's Boutique - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (404) 255-7730


    Business Listing   Balla Fashions - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (404) 684-6006


    Business Listing   Banana Republic - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (770) 433-9097


    Business Listing   Frock of Ages - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (404) 370-1006


    Business Listing   Gap Body - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (404) 237-1898


    Business Listing   J-World Apparel - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (770) 451-2444


    Business Listing   Old Navy - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (770) 944-6665


    Business Listing   Old Navy #5965 - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (770) 952-9899


    Business Listing   Old Navy Clothing Store - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (404) 467-0670


    Business Listing   Plato's Closet - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (404) 929-0224


    Business Listing   Twice Is Nice Vintage Clothing & Costumes - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (404) 761-9582


    Business Listing   U-Kan International - Atlanta, GA - Phone: (678) 720-9980


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    Helpful Definition for: Consignment Shops


    Consignment shops in Atlanta are second-hand stores that offer used goods at a lower cost than new. Many offer new items as well. Merchandise often sold through consignment shops in Atlanta include antiques, athletic equipment, automobiles, books, clothing, furniture, firearms, music, musical instruments, tools, and toys. In the shop, a consignor typically brings his second-hand clothes to be reviewed; the acceptable clothes are then taken for selling in the store. These items are generally in perfect condition and lightly used without any stains/damages/defects. The clothes are then priced at a fraction of their retail price. When a consignor's item(s) sell, he is able to receive the profit. Consignment differs from 'selling outright' where a seller brings his items in and receives immediate payment on review.

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