Discover June's Top 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 better 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, Etsy and Amazon.
Picasso Woman in Armchair 1941 VTG Louisiana Exhibition Poster
Sold price: $8,000
The Spanish artist is revered as on the most influential artists of the 20th century. He was a master painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, power and playwright and spent most of his life in France.
Rare Starbucks Los Cabos Mexico 16 fl. Oz. Mug
Sold price: $715
Starbucks collector’s mugs first appeared on shelves in 1994. Ever since the Seattle-based coffee giant has released series of collectible mugs. The Los Cabos I mug is discontinued, which makes it quite the rare find among collectors.
Michael Jordan 1986-87 Fleer Rookie Card
Sold price: $611.89
Michael Jordan is widely regarded as the best basketball player to ever play the game. He played the majority of his 15-year career with the Chicago Bulls. His accolades include six NBA titles, six Finals MVPs, five NBA MVPs and a Defensive and Rookie of the Year Award.
Kary Kjesbo 925 Silver Iridescent Baroque Fresh Water Pearl Necklace
Sold price: $610
Kary Kjesbo has designed jewelry for more than two decades in Sun Valley, Idaho. She presents seasonal collections, featuring hand-picked precious stones and South Sea and freshwater pearls. The demand for Kary Kjesbo designs comes from the versatility of her jewelry.
Shirley Temple Composite 27-inch Doll
Sold price: $528.88
Shirley Temple was Hollywood’s number one box-office draw as a child actress from 1935-1938 and lives on as a 20th-century icon. She was an actress, singer, dancer, businesswoman and diplomat. She ranks 18th on the American Film Institute’s list of the greatest female American screen legends of classic Hollywood cinema.