Unused household items that could earn you up to £4,000

You could make up to £300 from a bike you no longer use. (Christin Hume/Unsplash)

The average Brit could get up to £4,300 from items they have lying around the house.

new sales report by H&T Pawnbrokers has revealed which second-hand items are being sold the most on Gumtree and eBay during the coronavirus lockdown.

Selling online could be the best way to make some extra money during lockdown to either keep or donate, with even broken or low-cost items raking in up to £400.

These are the best items from around your home to sell to get some quick cash now.

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1. Bikes (£35 to £300)

If you're looking to make some extra money during your lockdown clear up, bikes are the way to go. Bikes are in high demand, so if you've got one that you aren't using at the moment, whether you've grown out or replaced it, try advertising it online to fetch the best prices.

2. Baby toys (£3 to £60 per item)

From dolls and lego to grown-out-of clothes, now is the time to clear out all your hand-me-downs.

3. Household goods (30 to £120 per item)

From smaller furniture and household decorations, you can make up to £120 online for these smaller decor pieces.

4. TVs (£50 to £300)

Do you have an old TV lying around? Even broken ones are fetching up to £50 online.

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5. Mobile phone (£60 to £300)

Samsung and iPhone are the most popular phones selling online. Whether you have an old model or another brand, have a look at what you could make online.

6. Prams (£30 to £150)

Prams can be costly and there are thousands of new parents looking online for cheaper alternatives.

7. Dining room furniture (£50 to £2,000)

Dining room sets are among the most popular — and highest selling — on the list. Trade-in your old set for up to £2,000.

8. Gym equipment (£25 to £300)

Gym equipment is becoming hard to come by, so they're a hot commodity to sell for a fraction of the price during lockdown.

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9. Laptops (£80 to £275)

Delete your games, wipe your hard drive of personal information and sell on your old model for nearly £300.

10. Jewellery (£3 to £1,000)

Unwanted jewellery items are also high on the for sale list, ranging from vintage brooches to Pandora charms and bracelets.

And even if you aren't looking to make money, Gumtree has a freebie category. So if you've cleared out your house and are left with bags full of items, this is a great way to get rid of your unwanted clutter.