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    Lions club pins 1960-1980

    These were at a thrift store today. Most of these are from 1970s. Thereís a couple from 68 but I was wondering since I really canít find all of the same ones on eBay would you list them as a large lot or do them all separately? Or should I test the waters and auction a couple and see how they do and then go from there? Thanks for your help

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    I would group a few together at a time and see how that goes.

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    I'd group them as well.

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    Awhile back I picked some up as well as a vest and a trophy and sold them all as a bundle.

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    Thanks ill group em up
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    I am far too lazy to list that many items individually. I would list as one lot and let some other more enterprising individual deal with listing them separate, shipping separate, dealing with problems separate... just to make a few more bucks.

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    They would likely sell to the collector market and would be best sold separately. There are a lot of pins there so, rather than describe each one individually, I'd write up a generic template and just swap out the year in each one. You'll make more money this way, both in the bid amount and as well as on the shipping fees you'll charge.

    Odds are that after six months or so, there will be a few that are less desirable and will sit unsold in your store. At that point just do one large group listing (or smaller groups of 3-5 pins), price them low and blow them out the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OtakuDude View Post
    They would likely sell to the collector market and would be best sold separately. There are a lot of pins there so, rather than describe each one individually, I'd write up a generic template and just swap out the year in each one. You'll make more money this way, both in the bid amount and as well as on the shipping fees you'll charge.

    Odds are that after six months or so, there will be a few that are less desirable and will sit unsold in your store. At that point just do one large group listing (or smaller groups of 3-5 pins), price them low and blow them out the door.
    I did this recently with 450 rings I bought. Sold them off $.99 auction starting bid. After that sale was done and all those rings were gone I did not want to look at my computer for three days. I agree probably putting them up there individual is the best. I wish it was easier to do!

    Thanks ill let you know what I do. I currently bought watches off of eBay from a seller from in the past. I paid for 100 and watches she sent me 400+ of them and Iím so overwhelmed. Alot of them are junk but thereís a couple that are worth some time. Like 150 of them.

 

 

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