07/10/2019 at 6:39 pm #64776
- Location: Virginia
Post your What Sold video in the forum>>[See the full post at: What Sells On eBay: Recording tape, Doc Martens, Panel meter, Binoculars, Rocking chair, Sony radio]
- This topic was modified 4 days, 20 hours ago by Ryanne.
07/10/2019 at 10:52 pm #64784
Nice flip on that rocking chair! Still very cool even if not an Eames. Also what kind of smoke signals are you trying to send at the end there??
Forgot to post again last week! Here are the rest of the What Sold Videos I put together for the month of June.
Thanks! Hope sales have been good for everyone this summer (as good as they can be)!1+
07/11/2019 at 10:34 am #64794
- Location: Central NJ
I’ve been on vacation for about 1 1/2 weeks, and it’s the summer, so I wasn’t expecting much. However, I had a few pretty interesting items sell last week.
The group called the Improved Benevolent Protective Order Elks of the World was created after African Americans felt the Elks discriminated against black members. (I’m sure that things are much different now). The Daughters of the IBPOEW is the women’s auxiliary. I bought these items for pennies in a auction box lot. They sold for best offer of $50. I did not see many items from this organization on eBay.
This Rheem tool box was custom made in the 1950s for either an HVAC mechanic or salesperson or someone who did both. It had brochures and several tools. I was surprised when no one was bidding against me at the auction. I bought it for $11.75, and it sold for best offer of $125.
I couldn’t find anything similar to this shirt & pants set. The online auction said that they were African made. They are very wide. I was able to find the obituary of the original owner, and he was not heavy. So, I’m not sure if the set was for someone else or if that was a type of style. Anyway, I listed it at $23, and it sold in just a few weeks. I paid less than $1.
07/11/2019 at 2:55 pm #64803
- Location: Naples, Fl
Been awhile since I posted, here are some of the more interesting sales over the past couple weeks. Sharyn, great sale on the Rheem!
I purchased my 2nd huge lot of vintage lapel pins, paying $30 for hundreds. This Motorola Cellular pin sold for a Best Offer of $40. The right assortment of lapel pins can be a great pipeline.
Purchasing a lot of 20 vintage belt buckles for $20, it was exciting to uncover this gem by Nuki Buckles. Nukes sell. $75 Best Offer.
I paid $1.00 for about 100 assorted small fish patches. Been enjoying sales of $15+ per pair. One buyer purchased $65.00 worth. These patches are hard to find. Here is one of the pairs.
This antique metal tool caddy brought in a great $75 price. I was also able to sell a few of the tools and odds and ends that were inside as well. Cost was $5 full at a church sale.
This lot of old MOP push button light switch plates was a pleasant surprise, selling for a Best Offer of $175. I paid $80 for a big lot of boxes of old salvage/reclaimed house stuff. The box these were found in was actually had for $5.00.
Every time I see Warhammer gaming figures, my eyes light up and I see $green$. I dickered to get the price down to $30 for around 250 figures. This lot has done best so far selling for a best offer $85.
Even the case they came in should fetch about $40.00.
07/11/2019 at 3:55 pm #64804
Love that karaoke box! Nice sale!0
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