Flippin’ Friday #65

It’s  a FESTIVE Flippin’ Friday!  FA-la-la-la-la!!!

We had a TON of great flips last week! They included a Hallmark “Ruby Slippers” from the Wizard of Oz  ornament (MIB), an Ann Taylor Loft suit, talking Plushes, a Marshmallow Bed (w/out air mattress), 2 lots of plastic Pokemon figures, an almost complete set (19 of 21) of Time Life “The Enchanted World” books, Dansko Professional oiled brown leather clogs,Fisher Price Imaginext Red Dragon Toy, Disney Store Tiny Plush Eeyore reindeer ornament, asinging Barney Plush, a Seattle Sounders MLS Inaugural Game Banner/pennant (2009) still in packaging,85% full bottle of Burberry Brit,50% full bottle of Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, Two ugly Christmas sweaters, and a couple pairs of vintage eyeglasses.  WOWZERS! Another great week!

If you have a great flip you’d like to share, just write it in the comments section below! We love reading them! Just be sure to include your item, what you paid, and what it sold for in the end.

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Have a wonderful Christmas everyone!!!

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7 Responses to Flippin’ Friday #65

  1. A vintage standing chrome ball ash tray purchased for 5 and sold for 55!
    Sales were at a snails pace this week and activity really dropped off yesterday, I know its because of the Holiday, but I don’t have to like it!

  2. Gretchen says:

    Slow for me too. Can’t think of anything interesting I’ve sold. In the last 2 weeks I’ve had 4 buyers not follow through on sales. Argh! Why do they bid, and then not do anything? Merry Christmas everyone.

  3. I came across an estate sale of a woman who LOVED brass animals and brass small things. I snagged a ton of items for next to nothing and have been selling them off piece by piece. I have found the larger brass animals sell well, and I can get around $40-$50 for them. So be on the look out for large brass animals. 🙂

  4. Marci says:

    Sold a “yuletide village” set of 10 putz houses (missing its original light strand) for $50.00. I paid $5.00 for it this summer at a going out of business antique store. I was sure nothing else Christmas themed would sell this late in the season so was happy to see it go and a nice little profit!

  5. Deeda in Seattle says:

    Plush have been selling: 2006 Starbucks Valentine Bearista 14.99, Gymboree Owl 14.99, (both to Asia). 4 Vintage Santa Elves made in Japan 16.99 –got a whole selection from a Senior center Holiday Bazaar! And Shoes: Cole Haan Flowered Thong Sandals 29.99, Merrell Mules 25.00, Doc Marten Flats 30.00. Very, Very slow sales in general! Merry Christmas, Everyone–may Buyers find you after the Holidays with all their eBay Gift Cards!!

  6. Susan says:

    I sold a couple of items that belonged to our family and have just been lying around the house. . . an electronic control panel from a Genie garage door opener sold on eBay for $14.95 plus shipping. The mechanical parts of the opener fell apart, but the control panel still worked, and the garage door technician left it for me. Also, a book my son used in a college history course just sold yesterday, Dec. 23, at half.com for $5 plus shipping. It was purchased used in the first place. I’m encouraged by that sale – maybe some of my other textbooks will move in the next few weeks.

  7. Nina says:

    My first time playing along! I plucked a likely-looking box from a trash pile whilst walking around my neighborhood. It contained vintage Christmas, much of which I kept for myself. There were also three tiny 1979 Unieboek Made in Korea gnome ornaments. They went for $20.00 first time out on eBay.

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