Flippin’ Friday-#102

Welcome back to Flippin’ Friday and another chance to find out what people are buying…….and selling!

Last week, we had flip stories about a plush kangaroo kids costume, a lot of baby and toddler clothes, a ladies American Eagle leather belt with a heart buckle, an Alabama National championship hat, 5 rolls of unused film, two bags of wooden sewing spools, and four vintage Syracuse China coffee mugs in Lake Placid pattern (pine cones & boughs).

Great flips everybody! Thank you so much for sharing your stories!

f 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.

Looking for more great flips? Check out some more great Flippin’ Fridays here and all the great things to look for under “The List” at the top.  And I always keep my list too at the top under “Flips”!

Have a great weekend and happy hunting!


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5 Responses to Flippin’ Friday-#102

  1. laura says:

    sooo I was flipping through magazines at the thrift store and I found a few I wanted a magazine/book thing on canning and preserving–the piles are always freebies so I grab a few here and there–I brought it home an realized I am far beyond it–listed it on my Facebook yardsale group and the darn thing sold in under 3 minutes for 5 bucks–not a lot of cash BUT free five bucks who’s pass it up?? not me!

    I also bought a little shadow box thing for our walls and it just didn’t work right–sold it for 10 bucks–paid 2–also on my yardsale group on Facebook

    found a Necromunda game at a thrift store for 1 buck and turns out it’s really hard to find especially the cardboard buildings….one sold like it JUST the pieces mind you for 139.00….listed mine and I already have an opening bid and 4 watchers–I’ll let you know how it goes it has a WHOLE week left

  2. annabel52 says:

    Last year at my favorite thrift store my daughter found 4 vintage tabletop RPG games. All complete with the game pieces in the box and everything. The only real problem was that a zealous thrift store clerk had used Sharpie on the front to mark the $1 price. Purchased anyway and tried our best to remove the Sharpie from cardboard. Two of the album games sold for $40 each but the big one, Dragon Quest, sold yesterday. It included maps, tokens, guide book, everything but the dice and miniatures which the player would probably already have. I have had it listed for almost a year and it finally sold for $215 – almost the full asking price ($225). Yeah for slow dimes.

  3. laura says:

    WOOHOOO that’s a great flip!

  4. It’s a little flip – and I stalled for ages in listing it.
    In the spring I bid on a basket lot of Cross Stitch kits at a local quilt guild charity auction, I sold the brand new kits and made back my investment within a month.
    Included in the lot were some (barely) started lap quilt kits.
    I listed the Bucilla Wings of Spring Garden kit as Used and noted the partially stitched condition etc.
    It sold within 24 hours for my $27.99 asking price, and since i’d already cleared my initial costs this was all profit (after fees etc)!

  5. Marci says:

    I found a Levi denim jean jacket at GW a few months back. I bought it because it had all this cool distressing and embroidered and sewn details all over. It had a chinese label sewn above the leather Levi tag inside the jacket. I didn’t think much of it, just thought it was cool, and decided a few weeks ago to pull it out and list it since the weather is getting cooler. I took another look at the jacket while taking pics and noticed in faint letters on the inside it said “The Great China Wall” Turns out this is a design firm in LA that makes (or used to make, their website was down, so maybe no longer in business?) cool handbags, jackets etc. Long story short I sold it last week for $100 bucks! (paid 4.95) The bad news is I have yet to get paid, but it had 6 watchers before it was finally sold so if I have to relist it, hopefully it will sell a second time. But keep your fingers crossed for me that I don’t have to relist 🙂

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