08/10/2017 at 9:30 am #21611
- Location: Virginia
Great sale on an electronic Sound Spa White Noise machine. We love them and always look for them too. Post your What Sold video on the forum>>[See the full post at: What Sells On eBay: Models, Pipe Stand, LL Bean shirt, Teva sandals, & a couple Facebook Marketplace sales]
08/10/2017 at 10:23 am #21619
Brian Treasures from GrandmasParticipant
- Location: Hoboken, NJ
Killer stuff, Steven!
Some of my sales over the past 7 days:
Beatles Magical Mystery Tour LP (Early Reissue)
Introducing The Beatles LP
Beatles Yellow Submarine LP
Beatles Rubber Soul LP (Reissue)
On the Sunday post I mentioned the high end record collection I bought, including 38 Beatles LPs in awesome condition. I was nervous I overpaid ($750 for 51 total records), but have already sold 4 for $130. I’m well on my way.
1950-57 Zippo Lighter Plain Blank
I always pick up Zippos as a BOLO. Even modern ones are good money. This one sold for $40 best offer, probably paid $3 for it.
c1940s Wade & Butcher Straight Razor
Straight razors are also always on my BOLO list for the right price. This one is quite high end, but has some pretty significant damage. I’ve had it for a while and ended up taking a $80 best offer, paid no more than $5 for it. Once the guy [presumably] restores it, it should be worth over $300.
1979 Star Wars Millennium Falcon Die Cast
I continue selling items for the vintage toy hoard a bought a while back. Paid about $10 for this piece, sold for $50.
08/10/2017 at 2:21 pm #21632
I didn’t have a great week, but I have a few with interesting stories. I have a return request against my highest sale, so I won’t post that one.
This was my second highest sale – a vintage beaded necklace bought for $1, sold for $20 which includes $3 for shipping.
I recently bought a lot at an online auction for a bid of $2. This one had a vintage bread box and some unfired ceramics. Inside the bread box (and not photographed for the auction) was a matted print still wrapped in cellophane (currently listed) and these vintage salesbooks with carbon copy paper. Paid pennies, sold for $13.
This plate is something I picked up at the Goodwill over a year ago when I was relatively new to eBay selling. It had a huge number of views (4,870 at the end) but didn’t sell until now. The artist must have been mentioned in an article somewhere. Paid $1.50, sold for $15.26 (on sale).
08/10/2017 at 3:24 pm #21633
Great ending with the dogs and cat. Steve sounds like Mike Rowe! To me at least.
08/11/2017 at 2:56 pm #21665
Thanks for the compliment Karen, (I had to googled Mike Rowe).
08/10/2017 at 4:38 pm #21638
Syroco Plastics was also manufactured in my hometown of Baldwinsville NY in a hamlet called VanBuren, just 15 minutes from Syracuse NY. We were surrounded by the stuff in the 70s- wall art, parson’s tables, ice buckets, dishes.
I’ve never added to the what sold- here are just a few of the items sold this week. I’m a part time seller. Prices do not include shipping
-Asolo Hiking H2O waist fanny pack $28.99 to Budapest Hungary
-Ralph Lauren queen floral duvet, could not ID the exact pattern despite searching $69.99
-Red Wing Tampico mid century 4 dinner plates $39.99
-2 ‘King Size’ brand plaid shirts, men’s BIG sizes 8XL and 9XL to the same buyer, for $21.99 each, not a huge sale but hard to find sizes.
-Vintage Christian Dior pink wool coat- $100 to a NYC design firm
-Max Mara linen blazer-$35.99, Brooks Brothers gold button ladies blazer $39.99, Valentino Tweed ladies blazer $45.99
08/10/2017 at 4:43 pm #21639
I haven’t posted any of my sold items in a while, so here are a few favorites from the last couple of weeks.
Antique Coleman Poultry Lantern – My biggest sale ever! I bought this at a yard sale for $80 (big money for me) and sold it within 2 days of listing for $975!
Ridiculous (and sort of awesome) Vintage Amateur Painting – I think I paid about $1 for this 2-3 years ago. It finally sold for $90. I knew somebody wanted him!
Vintage Mormon Flannel Board Bible Stories – Paid $2 for the whole lot at a school rummage sale and sold for $100.
Discontinued Schleich Toy Horse – Got this at a church sale for 25 cents and sold it for $19.99. I love Schleich toys and they always sell. Not huge sales but they are great, high quality toys and they sell well …especially if they are discontinued. I also sold a 3-piece set of huskies from the same sale for $25.
08/10/2017 at 5:03 pm #21640
Very cool. I took a look at your items. You are drawn to very eclectic things. I like it!
08/10/2017 at 5:14 pm #21641
Brian Treasures from GrandmasParticipant
- Location: Hoboken, NJ
Amazing sale on that lantern. Love learning from everyone here… I would never have looked twice at that at a yard sale or flea market!
08/10/2017 at 6:36 pm #21643
“The hens that lay are the hens that pay”
Words to live by.
08/11/2017 at 5:33 am #21650
- Location: Atlanta
Yep.. Great find and sale on that Coleman Lantern. Never even seen one before even though I know to keep an eye out for old Coleman products. You would think that some would pop around Atlanta now and then considering that North Georgia is the chicken capital of the USA. Perdue, Tyson brand among many others are all located in Northern Georgia and there are plenty of chicken houses around. One would think that some of those lanterns would still be found at some of the old farm and barn auctions we go to. But never seen any.
Great price on it.
mike in Atlanta
08/10/2017 at 7:27 pm #21645
08/11/2017 at 9:00 am #21656
- Location: Texas
My only interesting sale this week was this. Paid $2 and accepted best offer of $10. Went to the Virgin Islands.
08/12/2017 at 1:57 am #21683
- Location: Glendale, AZ
Does anyone know eBay’s official policy on selling the game of Jarts? There are several listed, but I have a feeling they are supposed to be banned.
08/12/2017 at 7:03 am #21686
They are banned, they’ll even get taken down on Craigslist.
Years ago I sold a set on eBay using a 3 day auction with a buy it now. There are a lot of people who have them but on a watch list.
You do run the risk of raising the ire of eBay if ou are a repeat offender though.
I have a set now but just use it myself, it’s a great game, just have to pay attention.
08/12/2017 at 9:29 am #21689
- Location: Georgia
My ebay sales finally slowed down this week. I haven’t been listing much so I’m running a 40% off sale on items I’m sick of seeing in my inventory.
My highest sale of the week was a Norma Kamali swimsuit I sold for $125, which I bought with original tags for $5! Another good sale was a Rockmount Ranch Wear shiny red shirt with pearl snap buttons on sale for $35.99. It’s the perfect rockabilly shirt.
For sourcing – the last few weeks have been great for retail arbitrage as stores & websites try to clear out their summer merchandise. I’m getting items brand new with tags for less than what I could buy used at Goodwill. I have lots of listing to get to!
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