Those actions Sells On may just be: Harley gloves, Lorry Halen 8 downloads, Stereo system, Sony Watchman, Bunn coffee maker

I finally have some decent sales to talk about.
I sold a vase from the one commission I have. She must have collected these because I have had maybe six or so from the same artist listed at one time or another. The artist name is Robert Eickholt. This one sold for $90.
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This is a set of photography lights and umbrellas. I have a similar setup, but this one was from a neighbor moving away. It belonged to her son. Not sure, but I assume he was selling online.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/184222354306
This is a mid-century wood lamp shade. When I listed it, I decided I would set it up at an angle in a 20x20x20 box. However, I had just used my last one, so I tried taking a used large box and cutting it so it was more square. It came out lopped sided, and I wasn’t sure if it would make the coast to coast trip intact. I finally just went to Home Depot and purchased a 24x24x36 wardrobe box and cut it down to size. I was able to pack the shade flat. So, my $34 was reduced by $13 for the box and about $2 in extra postage. Oh well.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/184524776170

Just Sells On craigs list: Harley gloves, Jeep Halen 8 paths, Stereo system, Sony Watchman, Bunn coffee maker

I finally have some decent sales to talk about.
I sold a vase from the one commission I have. She must have collected these because I have had maybe six or so from the same artist listed at one time or another. The artist name is Robert Eickholt. This one sold for $90.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/184020278011
This is a set of photography lights and umbrellas. I have a similar setup, but this one was from a neighbor moving away. It belonged to her son. Not sure, but I assume he was selling online.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/184222354306
This is a mid-century wood lamp shade. When I listed it, I decided I would set it up at an angle in a 20x20x20 box. However, I had just used my last one, so I tried taking a used large box and cutting it so it was more square. It came out lopped sided, and I wasn’t sure if it would make the coast to coast trip intact. I finally just went to Home Depot and purchased a 24x24x36 wardrobe box and cut it down to size. I was able to pack the shade flat. So, my $34 was reduced by $13 for the box and about $2 in extra postage. Oh well.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/184524776170

What Sells On eBay: 8 Track tapes, Panasonic Massager, Mixer manual, SAE Noise eliminator, Burley bike trailer

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Something Sells On ebay.com: Fleece hat, Feasible stereo amplifier, Mustang parts, Miniature baitcasting reel tape recorder, Vibrachime parts

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The thing that Sells On craigs list: Fleece hat, Credible stereo amplifier, Mustang parts, Miniature fly fishing reel tape recorder, Vibrachime parts

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You are able to Sells On the ebay affiliate network: Fleece hat, Realistic and lifelike stereo amplifier, Mustang parts, Miniature net tape recorder, Vibrachime parts

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What Sells On eBay: Drum pedal, Vintage B&W TV, Pinup books, Blank 8 Track tapes, Acoustic guitar, Dual turntable

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What Sells On eBay: Drum pedal, Vintage B&W TV, Pinup books, Blank 8 Track tapes, Acoustic guitar, Dual turntable

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What precisely Sells On can be: Drum pedal, Time-honored B& W HOME THEATER, Pinup books, Glat 8 Track tags, Acoustic guitar, Dual turntable

Funny coincidence about that drum pedal as I sold one a while back that I also got for free; only mine was out on the curb on trash day in the neighborhood.
I just returned from a week in Texas at a small town with a monthly “market days” flea market that happened to be this past weekend. I’ve been going for years but things are getting a bit too precious to my liking. It is now mostly crafts and antique show-style booths with expensive tagged merchandise. I found a couple things worth buying in the few booths just piled with junk but nothing spectacular to report.
This consignment challenge coin is for a Canadian warship – look for the “HMCS” before the ship’s name, and of course there’s always at least one maple leaf somewhere. That being said, Canadian coins generally do not sell for much as the US and Asian collectors are usually not interested and the challenge coin craze has not caught on in Canada itself, apparently. This one went for $16 plus shipping, going back to Canada.
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There is interest in coins related to the US Congressional Medal of Honor. This was a coin from the CMOH Foundation gala of a recent year and would have originally come in a presentation box. A consignment, it sold on a best offer to a coin dealer for $35 plus shipping. I don’t think it was bought for resale, but if it was, that’s fine with me.
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Flea market dealers are mostly wise to the value in old brass belt buckles but I was able to get this reproduction 1936 Mercedes Benz buckle among a handful of smalls I picked out from a dealer’s table for which I paid about $1.75 for each item. It sold for $34.34 with free first class package shipping that cost me $3.57.
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I found this cheeseboard with knife at a Goodwill for $6.50. It appeared well-made and I’ve done well with cutting boards before but I was pleased to discover that there’s a particular following for boards with carved mice, as there was apparently a well-known craftsman in the UK who popularized the style. It sold for $70 plus shipping but stayed in the US.
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What Sells On eBay: Trav L Bar, Metallica VHS tapes, Record player, TV bezel, Jarts, Danner boots

Those Metallica tapes look like bootlegs. I’m surprised they took so long to sell.
This consignment challenge coin from the USS ELLIOT is a good example of a diamond in the rough. There are many ship coins out there but this one had a few things going for it. It’s from a Spruance-class destroyer, the “Spru-cans” being a well-loved platform by those who served on them. Though it was only in commission from 1977 – 2003, ELLIOT led an active career and was involved in some interesting small incidents. It was decommissioned shortly after the explosion of Navy interest in challenge coins so not that many original coins exist, and this early 1990’s, plain metal version is not of a type to be reproduced in China. It sold for $58 plus shipping.
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Here’s an example of a desirable real photo postcard, depicting WWI-era US Army solders with their rifles on break at the shooting range, a motley crew of doughboys mostly smiling for the camera. It sold for $25 and was $3 at a gun show.
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This is a quartz movement mantle clock made of indeterminate plastic with a crackle finish and a strange design that I guess some manufacturer in China thought made it look like an antique. It’s the sort of thing you see at Kirkland’s, etc. Out of a box of stuff given to me by a relative, it sold for $29 plus shipping with full disclosure of its lack of age. It was unfortunately the subject of some buyer drama and a negative feedback but it was all resolved in my favor and the negative removed as I discussed on SL a little while back.
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This piece of cloth applique art is called a mola. The mola is a product of the indigenous inhabitants of the San Blas Islands in Panama and has been a popular tourist item for decades. Like much indigenous art, prices are all over the map. I had this up for quite a while for a couple hundred to test the market due to its unique subject but there were no bites. I finally sold it at $44 plus shipping. It’s something I bought while stationed in Panama in the early 1980s.
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