Pendleton Shirt. I paid $4 for this shirt. I didn't notice when I bought it that it had paint all over it. I listed it anyway at a lower price and described the condition. It took quite a while to sell but finally sold this week for $24.99 with free shipping.
These Levis cost .50 at an estate sale. They sold for $39.99 plus shipping. They were made in the USA which makes them worth more (I didn't know this but someone messaged me about them and clued me in). I had them priced at $14.99 before. Valuable lesson learned.
Lastly. I sold this model kit before but the buyer didn't pay. Took a best offer of $50 this week and the buyer paid this time. I paid a dollar for this at a rummage sale.
Sales have continued to be slow again this week. I have an auction ending today on this St Elizabeth statue that I featured in a previous post. I started it at $79.99 and have one bid so far and 4 watchers. I'm hoping it goes high.
Lastly yesterday I went to a very unique estate sale. It was the contents of an art gallery. The owner of the gallery died two years ago and this sale was to sell everything in the gallery and settle his estate. There were hundreds of pieces of art, books, some furniture and a bunch of persian rugs. I went toward the end of the sale to get some better deals and not have to fight crowds. I purchased two rugs, a set of collages, a bunch of art books and catalogs and a framed vintage woven bag. All in all I spent $270. OMG! I've never spent that much in one shot. I'll post some pictures of my finds later. It was a fun experience.
What happened in your store this week? Are you experiencing a holiday rush yet?