Anything Tiffany is going to sell for something. Although they are known for silver, this old bronze medal was unusual as it was an award made for military athletics circa WWI. I was fishing for a stupid high price but after a month or two of fishing I just let people bid on it - meh
This had a few chips and I hate selling stuff that isn't really nice but it was old and interesting and fifty bucks is money in the bank
This was a bit of a surprise as it was just the tripod and not the actual scope... it was old so I had to put it out and my efforts paid off.
Some nice old pottery still has a small following of collectors....
I really don't sell much media as the prices are usually really low and younger people don't own massive movie collections anymore it seems.
I can usually get a good price in a timely manner for this Scandinavian style furniture but we have to offer to ship it and the shipping cuts in to what someone is willing to pay
Almost not worth the effort but it was so funky I figured it deserved a second life.
I love vintage toys as I collect them myself but I'd go broke if I kept everything I found.....
This is another item I was excited to find and had high hopes for but eight months later I was getting close to putting it in the donation pile when finally someone agreed with my price.
The eBay market is flooded with vintage handbags and they don't go for much but sometimes when I find a cool one I have to try.
I love vintage furniture like this as it can be in demand but it takes up a lot of room while we wait. Oftentimes I have to personally move it out of one house and deliver it to another. All in a a days work I suppose.
I don't bother with clothing very much as it is labor intensive to list and is a long waiting game to sell but some things I just have to try.
I like funky vintage glasses - sometimes they are not worth much and packing and shipping them can be a chore but they do seem to sell.
There seems to be a made craze among the Chinese in recent years to reclaim old trinkets. I just wish they'd take back their stupid virus.....
When it comes to lower value items, I always like to sell a 'group lot' if possible. In some cases, I will even go find a single item I had previously posted and re-group it when I find more to increase my chances of making a sale and oftentimes it works.
We know that some vintage SLR cameras can have some value but this point and shoot was a total mystery as to why it was worth so much but I'll take it.
Professional wrestling has a cult following and even newer stuff like this can be serious money and sells overnight.
Stuff like this is really hard to sell in a timely manner or ever. I did see some other comps that looked promising and I like trying to sell a pair or small group of items as opposed to just one and it paid off.
Vintage sculptures and statues can be hit or miss but this one was a bullseye.
I almost never list something only worth $20 as my business mentor helped me figure out it costs me a minimum of $17 in labor to post something on eBay.
I thought this was a really strong MCM piece when I found it but since it took 10 months to find a buyer, the end result was not so great after all.
It's always nice finding vintage toys that have never been used as condition is everything.
Almost everything we find is filthy dirty and needs to be cleaned to make it ready for sale... this was a mess but we turned it into $120!
When we downsize a given house, I usually will save any Halloween decorations as they always sell
Sometimes we get a total surprise like this. Very few old records are worth much but these really sung