What is the Secondary Market?
The secondary market is the buying and selling of collectibles
previously sold on the primary market by retailers to collectors.
Secondary market prices are determined by the collectors themselves who
are buying and selling collectibles. Many of these trades are transacted
through dealers, newspaper ads, collector's clubs and local
buy-and-sells. In many cases, secondary market prices are higher than
those of the primary market. Of course, not all collectibles go up in
value; some go down. If there are more buyers for a particular
collectible than there are people willing to sell . . . the price goes
up. If on the other hand there are more people wishing to sell than
buyers . . . the price goes down till the buying and selling market
balances out . . . much like the stock exchange.
We are continually keeping up with the market, therefore we will only offer quaility products at affordable prices.
Wayside Country Store has been in the secondary market for over 30 years.