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I sold the sculpture, it’s made of cast iron so although it needs to be handled with care it’s not super fragile. My husband packed it extremely well. Pretty sure it’s too large for USPS, but I’ll check Fedx and uship. Thankfully I charged $275 for shipping & handling, but it’s probably going to be closer to $375 with box & materials added in. Still making a good profit so I’m ok, but the buyer was a little bothered by the shipping cost. Thanks for your help!09/04/2019 at 5:57 pm in reply to: Scavenger Life Episode 426: Our Financial Lives Are Tied To The Mysterious Whims Of A Website #67394
I’m a little off on my numbers. I’ve sold 17 outfits for $3603 and have 25 listings up for sale(total up for sale is $6607) and another 10 or so to list.09/04/2019 at 5:45 pm in reply to: Scavenger Life Episode 426: Our Financial Lives Are Tied To The Mysterious Whims Of A Website #67393
I purchased them at an estate sale at 50%. The day before I scoped out what was left and went prepared to buy a lot. My friend helped me just for the fun of it. In all I spent $2000, but so far I’ve grossed $3500 on 15 of the 45 outfits that I purchased. It’s been a busy summer and I’m still in the process of listing. Hope to put up the remaining outfits next week and have most of them sold in the next 2 months. Definitely worth the big investment.09/03/2019 at 10:18 pm in reply to: Scavenger Life Episode 426: Our Financial Lives Are Tied To The Mysterious Whims Of A Website #67340
First time to post here!
August 25 – 31
Total Items in Store: 360
Items Sold: 7
Gross Sales: $746
Cost of Items Sold: $240
Highest Price Sold: $275 (St. John Jacket/Tank)
Average Price Sold: $106
Items listed – 0
Three items sold within minutes of sending offers to watchers! I recently purchased a lot of very nice St. John clothing and it’s selling very well. It’s worth it to pay up for quality pieces.