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Old 03-10-2015, 09:20 AM
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I was offered around $20-$30 for the pair of these after I asked for advice on the board. I told the guys they could bid in auction. Had they offered about $50-$60 for the pair I probably would have sold them...

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Old 03-10-2015, 09:39 AM
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Don't you get tired of people lowballing?
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Old 03-10-2015, 09:59 AM
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Just them being Burke postcards you would think that would have bumped the price to about $50 each anyway. Just my two cents.

Edited to say in in the offers, obviously you did better than that at your auction.

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Old 03-10-2015, 10:57 AM
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It shows die hard evidence there are more eyeballs in your auction, than just the members here. I personally love it when that happens!
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Old 03-10-2015, 11:25 AM
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That is very strong money for those.wow
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Old 03-10-2015, 02:15 PM
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I was offered around $20-$30 for the pair of these after I asked for advice on the board. I told the guys they could bid in auction. Had they offered about $50-$60 for the pair I probably would have sold them...

http://www.b-lauctions.com/LotDetail...ventoryid=6266

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I'm with you - would have taken $50-60. I think you did great on these.
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I remember when someone on eBay offered me $3 for something and I said it would be easier and more cost efficient for me to simply throw them in the trash.
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I was offered around $20-$30 for the pair of these after I asked for advice on the board. I told the guys they could bid in auction. Had they offered about $50-$60 for the pair I probably would have sold them...

http://www.b-lauctions.com/LotDetail...ventoryid=6266

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Very nice Leon! I have found that many people on the board are low ball kings! I know its one think to want a deal but alot of these guys want a deal and your first born!
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f you think about it from their perspective, there are plenty of sellers who offer items up at 2-3 times what most here consider market value. And there are other sellers who have unique items that they appear to be too proud of (I fall into that category at times). Just look at the items here that start off at $2000 and get whittled down to $1,000 over a few weeks. If I get only 'low ball' offers for something, then it educates me that perhaps I am asking too much.
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