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You probably don't want to hear this and its probably the reason why your selling off your Tiffany Sterling but the key to Tiffany Sterling flatware or any Sterling flatware selling for the most price depends on the pictures you take and how good you are polishing every piece. Just remember when your polishing each piece, that the work your putting into it is going to help the sale extremely well. There are many dealers out there looking for Sterling at spot rate, but if they know the exact pattern and can purchase a set at spot rate, clean it up then resell they can sometimes triple their money just by throwing a little polish on them. I believe this rule applies to just about all things sterling. The blackened oxidation is just an eyesore in the pics. Also when taking pictures of your post try to utilize contrasting colors to bring the shine out a little more. I probably shouldn't have used that color background now that I look at it closely. Should be a darker richer red or purple.