05/16/2019 at 5:39 am #61980
- Location: Virginia
Post your What Sold video in the forum>>[See the full post at: What Sells On eBay: Ferrari drawing, Bread drawer liner, Navy trucker hat, Old perfume, Lamps, 70’s Panasonic Stereo]2+
05/16/2019 at 9:38 am #61990
- Location: Central NJ
Steve – I have one of those bread drawers in my kitchen.
Initially I wasn’t sure if those were Canadian geese in the lake or little Loch Ness monsters.
Lots of low priced items sold this past week. Here are a few highlights:
My brother-in-law gave me his collection of Harmony Kingdom collectables about 2 years ago. The majority of the collection has been sold, but I have a few left. This one was a rarer, lower quantity production that was given to attendees of an event. Sold for $35.
This is new old stock of a card file holder with cards. No one was interested in this auction lot, so I paid pennies for each item, and this one sold for $20.
This Bavarian platter sold for best offer of $45. I’ve had it for a while. Apparently, I received two other offers for $45 in the past, but wanted more. Now that it has been sitting in inventory for over a year, I was willing to accept that amount. I received it for free from one of my parents’ friends.
05/16/2019 at 11:05 am #62003
Yeah those Canadian honkers were quite vocal that morning.
Good decision on the Bavarian platter, more and more now I take most offers, especially with very low cost to me items, there is just so much other stuff out there to sell.0
05/16/2019 at 4:09 pm #62021
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I also have a drawer in my kitchen with one of those. Maybe I should yank it out and sell it!0
05/16/2019 at 10:25 am #61996
Great sale on the vintage stereo.
Had to post on my sale from last night. Got this clock in a lot of electronics I got at auction. WAs almost going to put it in the give-away pile and thought at the last minute to check out sales. Glad I did. Fully working these can go for hundreds. This one’s clock was working, but the alarm didn’t. Still, posted for $69.95 and it sold within hours. Going to Germany via Global Shipping.
Another good sale. 1972 Olympics ashtray. Picked this up at a thrift for $1. Sold for $29.95
Got a huge lot of cassettes and DVDs at an auction for $5. Made a few small lots but decided to post the rest as a 1980’s mix. Total of 72 cassettes sold within a week for 99.95.
Favorite sale of the week. Bought a bunch of cameras and this Motorola flip phone was in the bottom of a bag. Still powers up and turns on. Came with accessories.
Good luck with sales!
05/16/2019 at 11:01 am #62002
Cool clock, it would’ve caught my eye.
I’m amassing a large number of cassettes after years of getting them thrown in on stereo deals, good tip on selling them in lots according to decade.1+
05/16/2019 at 12:20 pm #62007
I keep selling high-end blank audio cassettes to Eastern European countries for crazy money (sometimes over $100 for one 90 minute cassette) – I wish I could find more.
The question I have is, what are they doing with them? Is there something that they are re-purposed for, or just a lot of crazy collectors in that part of the world? I just don’t understand it. They sell almost immediately every time I list one.1+
05/16/2019 at 4:17 pm #62022
With little to Cassette production for the last twenty years the good ones can be hard to find.
I think Cassette recording and tape trading still goes on in some overseas markets, especially Eastern European and middle eastern countries that ban many or all music and even downloading.
There are some high end types people look for, metal tape, the cassettes with the little metal reels inside and others.0
05/16/2019 at 10:27 am #61997
BTW, The Motorola flip phone sold for $74.95.2+
05/16/2019 at 12:41 pm #62008
- Location: Naples, Fl
Nice sales! I have yet to find surprise art behind framed art or a framed photo. Cool Platter, I’m thinking fancy hunter’s lodge on that one, and great to see lot up cassettes going for real money.
Here are a few from the past couple of weeks:
This size small 22 cal vintage ammo belt was a freebie from a flea vendor after I purchased a couple of bookend sets from him, sold for $35 Best Offer, took the fast nickel, why not!
This pair of heavy duty oldish trunk recessed lift handles sold for a best offer of $45, I paid $4.00 for the two at a fancy antique booth, where I thought they would be priced much higher – surprise!
I found this gold tone owl interlocking belt buckle in the feared glass case at the thrift store for only $3.00. The owl theme and a 1973 grabbed my interest. Having never seen this type of belt buckle system before, I learned that they are Mimi Di, and well worth grabbing any figural you find at a not too expensive price. I even spelled it wrong on my listing – Mimi NIP?! Sold for $40.
Finally, from the Rust arena, a good and junky tool box tray sold for $30 on Etsy, paid $3 without bickering to a vendor who is picking up on my game.
05/16/2019 at 1:04 pm #62013
Holy cow, 30 bucks for that tray? That’s the art of the deal.
I wonder if that’s an Etsy thing, I wouldn’t have even bothered on eBay, I better give it a try though.1+
05/16/2019 at 1:59 pm #62016
- Location: Central NJ
I should have mentioned that the Bavarian Elk platter went to Canada. Makes sense.2+
05/16/2019 at 2:43 pm #62017
That guitar alarm clock is pretty neat!
Here are my What Sold videos from last week:
What Sold on Ebay and Etsy May 6-8 2019
What Sold on Ebay and Etsy May 9-10 2019 (Also a packing video)
What Sold on Ebay and Etsy May 11-13 20191+
05/16/2019 at 3:34 pm #62019
- Location: Florida
I like the way you wind your power cords. I’m going to have to google it to see if I can figure out how to wrap mine like that!1+
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