Since I’m in online sales, I always enjoy seeing what other people in the same biz are doing. I used to have a booth too, but that’s long gone so all I can report on are what sold on Etsy and Ebay for June 2017.
June is typically a slow month with Summer vacations and outside activities. I made a total of 26 sales for both Ebay and Etsy. I seldom list or sell much on Ebay anymore. Most of my sales take place on Etsy. Here they are~
Vintage Wicker Sewing Basket….I was glad to see this go. I’ve had it a good while. Sold $15
Vintage Quilt Top, acquired recently with other quilting items. Sold $20
Vintage 40’s Tablecloth in perfect condition. Sold $23
Vintage Singer Sewing Machine Attachments. These usually sell pretty well if not priced too high. Sold $23
Isn’t this antique Roseville Pottery Vase exquisite? The picture doesn’t do it justice at all. Sold $110.
A set of unopened recipe cards. Sold $6
A lucky thrift store find that I painted and glazed…Shabby chic ornate picture frame. Sold $40.
A lovely vintage Madame Alexander Binnie Walker doll….not in great shape. Sold at Ebay auction for $22.50
A Baby Genius Madame Alexander doll. Sold at Ebay auction for $20.50
I found these at a yard sale about 3 years ago, and I’ve held onto them because I really liked them, but I haven’t used many, so I decided to sell the rest. You can’t keep everything (my motto), and they sold very quickly. Sold $35
I was disappointed I didn’t get more for these little packages of vintage HO train couplers and headlight lenses for model HO trains. Sold at Ebay auction for $5.99
Just about anything “Vogue Ginny doll” sells. I found this little doll shoe in among some other stuff I had. Sold $4.50
Flag fabric, 1 yd. Sold $5.50
US Flag Belt Buckle. Glad to see this go. I’ve had it a long time, but don’t think I had it listed very long. Sold $15.00
You wouldn’t think anything with a monogram/initial would sell, but I’ve sold several different things that were personalized. Sold $35.
MCM Collator which you can use for a mail sorter or an LP record holder. Found this at a thrift store in Houston. Sold $18
I charged extra for elbow grease on these candlesticks…LOL. They were in terrible shape…tarnished and covered with wax drips. It took me a long time to clean them up. And it took me an hour to find them too. Sometimes I hide them from myself! Sold $30.00
Ornate Brass Door Knob. Sold $23
I don’t think I asked enough for this vintage Beatles’ album, but it was in line with what other people were asking. Sold $11.
This is a lovely little set, I’ve had FOREVER, marked “made in Bavaria” on the bottom, but the hair receiver had a bad chip and messy repair on the side, which, of course, devalued this sweet set. Sold for $34, which included free shipping.
Over 4 yards of beautiful red and blue bandana fabric. Sold $29.00
A slow seller…Vintage 8 mm Brownie Movie Camera…Sold $20
I was surprised these sold at all considering how most of them were broken and repaired. Sold $20
Dating from the ’70’s…a vintage road atlas….Sold $17
Western scarf slide….Sold $15
Beautiful 5 light wooden candlesticks on the round base. Great condition, but took a good long while to sell. It was one of those pieces I hated to paint because it looked so good as is. Sold $22.89
That’s it for the month of June, and considering this is normally such a slow month, it was a great number of sales. Keeping fingers crossed for July!
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