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Old 05-12-2007, 05:39 PM   #1  
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When you are getting rid of a bunch of stamps do you sell them all individually in sets or do you sell them all in a big lot?? I just put them all in a big lot and I am wondering if I should have listed them all separately. Do you think I will get enough with a lot of 75 sets?? I hope I did it the right way. I'm pretty new to selling stamps on the bay.

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Holy cow - 75 sets??? Well it SHOULD go for a fair price but I have NO idea - it's been a long time since I've really looked at anything on e-bay (I just shop at a few favorite stores and that's it!!)
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Personally I would have broken that many into 3 groups. You can list them anyway you want. Sometimes if I have sets that are really old and no longer in style, I will put a bunch in a lot and they do just fine. Othertimes I have listed them each individually and done well. Its better to look up each set individually to see what they are going for. You might have one in there that gets a high price by its self.
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Thanks Karen. I guess you live and learn. I'm hoping to get at least 40% of what they are worth. Just wishful thinking. I'll be happy with that since most of them I haven't used at all or in a long time.

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SEPARATELY!!! Definately! People are more likely to buy multiple auctions to save on shipping. AND lots of stampers won't buy a lot if they have even ONE of the sets in the lot, then they would have to sell it themselves.

I used to buy sets off the Bay all the time and always appreciated separate listings so I could only bid on the ones I didn't have. It's definately more work listing them separately, but well worth it! If the shipping is reasonable for multiple sets, people will buy way more than one auction!!!

Also, you might try to sell them here in the buy/sell/trade forum, it would save you on the EBay fees. You should check out the forum, almost everyone has just a list and asking price next to it, very easy to post! Only thing is you can't sell current sets, only retired ones. For current sets you would need to ask for trade, or sell those on the Bay.

Good luck with your sale!!! Let us know if you post on the B/S/T forum, and we can check it out!
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Also, you might try to sell them here in the buy/sell/trade forum, it would save you on the EBay fees. You should check out the forum, almost everyone has just a list and asking price next to it, very easy to post! Only thing is you can't sell current sets, only retired ones. For current sets you would need to ask for trade, or sell those on the Bay.

Good luck with your sale!!! Let us know if you post on the B/S/T forum, and we can check it out!
I've sold many stamps on the BST forum here in the past. I just wanted to wash my hands of all these sets. Some are still current in the catalog, too.

Thanks for the input ladies. Next time I will try something different. I will be happy with whatever I get because it all equals new stamps for me anyway!
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If you haven't had any bids yet, you can cancel your auction, then relist them separately!
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I am a buyer not a seller on ebay, I have gotten a lot of my stamps off ebay. I don't go for the ones that have a lot of sets together, that is just too much money to bid for. I always go for a single set or a single stamp. I was just on there looking for SU stamps the other day.

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Oh my gosh! I have been a seller of numerous things on ebay for years now and I would absolutely sell them in a few sets, unfortunatly htere are people out there that could purchase the whole bunch of 75 sets and then resell them for a really good profit.

I would have to say that the biggest I should go is about 10 sets. You can do a search and look under "completed listings" to see if anything has ever sold that big in bulk.

And you could cancle also and relist.

Good luck and I hope it goes well!!!!!
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Back in February I sold somewhere between 40 and 50 retired sets and I made $962 on all that I sold. They were all retired sets. I listed each set individually. I still have many, many retired ones and ones that are going to retire, but not sure if I want to part with them just yet.

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You should put here a link to your auction. i am so curious to see now what you are selling .

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I am curious too ...... in fact, i'd have bought the lot !!!
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I have bought on eBay and always look for sets under $18 or so as that means I do not have to pay taxes which are 14% plus a $5 fee. In other words, if you are selling to Canada as well, which you are not, then it would have been much better to list the sets individually and have a much larger audience for them.

I see you are up to only about $77 which isn't that much but most of the bidding is near the end where people are sniping each other left, right and centre.

If they don't go for more than about $150 or so, then it would have been so much better to list 1 or 2 sets at once.

Maybe next time.
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Thanks girls. I didn't want to post the link here because it would be breaking TOS rules because some sets are still current. I'm not a demo so I can sell them on ebay. The auction is up to $75 this morning so I am pretty happy. I still have 6 1/2 days to go. It looks like I'll be pleased with the outcome this time.

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As I buyer I noticed that you list the names of the sets, but they aren't all pictured. I am new to SU and don't know the sets yet. It would be helpful to add more pictures.

I sell on craigslist for a set prices first. It is free and local = no shipping. I sold all my sizzix that way.
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I want to know if you'd ship to Canada because I would surely bid on them since I have virtually no quality stamps at all.
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*sigh* n/m . . . I went to the ebay. None for me . . . waaaaaaaa
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Wenchie I replied to your question, you should receive your response in a few.

Have a good day everyone. You have all been very helpful! I will be happy with whatever I get for these. I had huge perks when I was a demo and I earned literally hundreds of stamp sets for free. I didn't have to start using my own money until I retired last September.

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I would list them separately and then put in your listings that you will combine shipping on any of your other auctions.
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I want them....love the way you have them all unmounted!!!
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I would sell some by themselves and others that are more basic in sets. Remember that you have to ship all of them as well. That takes time and will cost you in packaging materials.

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I have sold on EBay and I've done better with them listed seperate than I did with them in huge lots. I sold a set of 65 House Mouse stamps for only 20$ I was so disappointed that I wanted to cry! But it's the chance you take I guess. I just did not tell hubby about that...

It looks like your going to have a good turn out though.

Good luck (I'm sure that you wont need it)....
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I have sold stamp sets separately, usually with a Buy It Now price and a reserve price. It does cost a bit more in eBay fees, but that way I'm pretty much guaranteed everything's going to sell. I've never had a stamp set not sell, let's put it like that.
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If you don't have any bids on your listing, just go in and edit it to sell fewer sets, then change the description and add a photo. I think 75 sets is too many for one listing. If it were me, I would break them up into smaller groups.
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If you don't have any bids on your listing, just go in and edit it to sell fewer sets, then change the description and add a photo. I think 75 sets is too many for one listing. If it were me, I would break them up into smaller groups.
Thanks for the tip. The bid is already at $100 and 30 people are watching it. I think this one might turn out okay. I appreciate everyone's suggestions.

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I've bought lots on the bay before. But as someone who already has a bunch I don't think I'd bid on that quantity - it would be too expensive and a hassle to get rid of doubles. If no one has bid you can change the auction and break it up a bit. Good luck.
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I sold about 50 sets individually on ebay and that is definitely, IMHO, the way to go. I think I made mucho more money that way. The older retired sets went for a lot, you would be surprised! I wish I had more to sell but won't
part with the ones I have yet. It definitely helped me get items of interest like my Cricut, cartridges, Cricut storage case, tools, other stamp sets, etc.
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I look at it this way........what are the odds that someone will have 200 - 500 dollars to spend on stamps? There won't be as many people as there would be who could spend $10 - $20 on a set. The number of buyers available is much higher with a smaller grouping or single set. I'd always go single. You can set your starting price at $9.99 for the lower ebay fee or $.99 and a reserve.

If I can't afford to sell something for $.99 then I'll list it for higher or put on a reserve.
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WOW!!! 30 watchers??? That is REALLY GOOD! (The highest I ever had was 21 for an item). Some lady doing premade tearbear pages had like 75 watchers???

Most BIDDERS will wait until the last few minutes to place a bid at the end. It's hit or miss for Auctions.

I think someone else mentioned about BIN (Buy It Now)--these are great for the BUYER who doesn't want to wait for an auction to end and you can list it for your asking price. (A good idea to do a COMPLETED SEARCH on a set to see what the going price is).

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I can't believe how great your auction is going , that is so wonderful hopefully it will go up WAY WAY WAY further than 200.00 besides you still have 3 days , crossing my fingers for ya!
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you will have to let us know how this turns out. I also wonder the same thing when I sell stamps on E-bay. I'm more inclined to buy a single set because I have so many sets that a big lot may have too many duplicates for me.
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The bidding was up to $365 with about 15 minutes to go!!!
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$536.26 was winning bid.
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I always think the end of one of my auctions so exciting AND nerve-wracking! Congrats Robyn!

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Thanks girls. I was hoping for $500. They still got a GREAT deal on 75 sets but the closing bid was fine with me.

Have a great night!
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