10/16/2020 at 8:58 am #82488RyanneKeymaster
- Location: Virginia
Post your What Sold video in the forum>>[See the full post at: What Sells On eBay: Tension pole album rack, Record players, Pyrex percolator, X-Mod RC Car, Denise Austin wrist weights]
10/16/2020 at 11:51 am #82507TemudginParticipant
- Location: Jacksonville FL
Wow Steven, great album rack and great sale! Same with that Cobra-Matic turntable. Very cool – I’ve never seen one.
It has been about a month since I’ve posted for your video so for my occasional list of recent sales I’ve got the following:
Playing card decks can be hit or miss, for sure. The low dollar ones will sit and they seem very price sensitive. I was surprised when an Australian buyer paid $28 to have this $13.51 boxed double deck of Nor Plastic cards with an Asian bird design shipped to them. It sold on a 20% off sale. It was part of a large free lot of stuff a flea market dealer gave me.
Every midshipman at the US Naval Academy gets one of these little pocket handbooks with facts about the Navy and the Academy that they need to learn from front to back, I’m told. This version of Reef Points from 2005 sold for $29 plus shipping. I think someone gave us this a while back.
Some of you all probably know much more about the cookie mold collector thing than I do, but this Laxa Family handmade reproduction of a fish cookie mold simply caught my eye at a Goodwill, even at $10. A quick check on my phone showed relative rarity but solid sales for this type of thing so I picked it up. It sold for $56 plus shipping on a 20% off sale in about 6 months.
This WWII German Mauser rifle bayonet was in pretty bad shape but is relatively rare, having been issued in the postal service, of all things. I paid $67 for it in an eBay lot snipe and it went for $171 plus shipping after about nine months listed, on a best offer during a 20% off sale. The buyer wanted another $8.51 off the sale price.
Here’s a bit of a sleeper I learned about, courtesy of my son’s skateboarding days. It is a wood skateboard deck only – no hardware – and the bottom is heavily worn and scratched from doing moves that involve resting or scraping on something in the middle of the board. The main part of the design is barely visible but it is Tapout brand, with a silver skull design. It sold for $24 plus shipping. People decorate with them, it seems. Early decks or ones with graphics by specific artists or certain brands can go for much more.
10/17/2020 at 3:09 pm #82537SharynParticipant
- Location: Central NJ
I’ve just started listing things from an auction purchase of mostly dental & denture related stuff. This group of teeth impressions sold for $19. The whole lot, which included several bins and boxes, cost me $5.75.
Also from that purchase were four identical new shade guides for denture gums, brand name is Jelenko. They all sold within a week for $6 each. One person bought two; the rest were single purchases. I don’t think that these are current, so I’m not sure what people want them for. “I am not my target market”.
Just a pretty little pickle fork, but it is sterling. Sold for $28. This is one of my commission sales.
10/23/2020 at 11:03 pm #82796icequeenParticipant
Small pair of Sterling Silver hoops. Cost 0.00 (found trash picking). Sold for $20.00
Lufkin outside calipers…selling the last of the bunch finally I found trash picking (last fall). Sold for $14.00
Sterling St. Christopher medal. Paid $2.00 for this mixed in with a bunch of other medals at a local rummage sale awhile back. Sold for $25.00
Old reed duck decoy, trash picked. Sold for $17.00
Plant stand…another trash find. Sold for $125.00
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