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  1. #1
    pseuzanne
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    Default Where to sell pieces of china?

    I have a Lenox vase, 4 place settings, and some serving pieces that I

    would like to sell, and I'm wondering where to do that. I looked up

    Lenox vases on ebay, and most of them had no bids. Would I be better

    off trying to sell them locally somehow? I know about craigslist, but

    what are my other options? The pieces are not antiques.



    Suzanne








  2. #2
    Lori Iribarren
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    Default Where to sell pieces of china?

    Why not try a local consignment shop.

    --- pseuzanne <pseuzanne@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > I have a Lenox vase, 4 place settings, and some

    > serving pieces that I

    > would like to sell, and I'm wondering where to do

    > that. I looked up

    > Lenox vases on ebay, and most of them had no bids.

    > Would I be better

    > off trying to sell them locally somehow? I know

    > about craigslist, but

    > what are my other options? The pieces are not

    > antiques.

    >

    > Suzanne

    >

    >









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    kc collin
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    Default Where to sell pieces of china?

    What about a consignment shop or a place that buys new and used things for their resale ?

    pseuzanne <pseuzanne@yahoo.com> wrote: I have a Lenox vase, 4 place settings, and some serving pieces that I
    would like to sell, and I'm wondering where to do that. I looked up
    Lenox vases on ebay, and most of them had no bids. Would I be better
    off trying to sell them locally somehow? I know about craigslist, but
    what are my other options? The pieces are not
    antiques.

    Suzanne




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    herberkids3
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    Default Where to sell pieces of china?

    Many local communities have a yahoo group for freecycle as well as one

    for selling items. List it first in as many free avenues as possible-

    cheapcycle (also called swap shop, or buy & sell), craigs list, even

    your local newspaper (though that will cost a bit).



    If those don't work, then explore eBay. One great thinga bout eBay is

    that people can connect with people around the world to sell any thing

    you can imagine.



    The bad thing about ebay is that an item that once might have been

    worth quite a bit is now worth a LOT less. This has effected not just

    ebay auction sales, but retail sales, antique sales, collectible sales

    all around the world, both online and offline.



    The basic premis behind collectible items is that they are only worth

    what someone is willing to pay. 10 years ago, if someone sold a really

    nice vase that people wanted, and couldn't locate, the person who wants

    it would pay a premium for it.



    Now, people log into ebay, and within moments, usually can find exactly

    what they want, from several sellers. The premium just isn't there

    anymore.



    Collectible items just are not worth what they were before because of

    it.



    In other words, you probably won't get what you want from the peices

    because of eBay's long arm.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "pseuzanne" <pseuzanne@...> wrote:

    >

    > I have a Lenox vase, 4 place settings, and some serving pieces that I

    > would like to sell, and I'm wondering where to do that. I looked up

    > Lenox vases on ebay, and most of them had no bids. Would I be better

    > off trying to sell them locally somehow? I know about craigslist, but

    > what are my other options? The pieces are not antiques.

    >

    > Suzanne

    >










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    elizabe555@aol.com
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    Default Where to sell pieces of china?




    In a message dated 2/25/2007 10:47:53 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, pseuzanne@yahoo.com writes:
    Would I be better
    off trying to sell them locally somehow?

    Maybe you could sell to a local "antiques" dealer?
    Liz


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