I Love Some Good Mixed Lots on eBay!

Its taken me a while to confess this in public…but I totally blew it on eBay recently. If you build 3 eBay newsletters and surf through thousands of auctions each week – you aren’t supposed to totally whiff on a great auction like I did. I’m talking about the mixed lot about 1/2 way down in this post. The picture is terrible (that’s the point of these mixed lots isn’t it!) and I totally missed a 1950’s camp staff neckerchief from my home camp and a rare 1965 Dixie Fellowship staff neckerchief. I probably would have bid $500 or more for that lot and instead it went to a good friend of mine who doesn’t wear glasses!

 

Eagle Scout Grouping With Rare Bronze Hornaday Medal

 

30+ Piece Lot Boy Scout Medals Pins Tokens

 

Lot of 13 Boy Scouts Scarves Collectibles Rare 19571965

 

300 (approx) International Boy Scout badges patches

 

Lot of 4 Early Contest Medals


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Do you think most of the value in that one lot is the Hornaday medal? In the second one, the 1964 NJ medal seemed unusual. I wonder what that was for and who issued it? In the neckerchief pile, what was the gem that made it so expensive? Don’t tell me it’s the 1965 Dixie n/c.

By ISCA87L on April 23rd, 2010 at 3:48 am

in the neckerchief pile it *has* to be that used 1962 Bert Adams camper neckerchief! 🙂

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By hiker on April 23rd, 2010 at 9:03 am

ISCA87L;2953 wrote: Do you think most of the value in that one lot is the Hornaday medal? In the second one, the 1964 NJ medal seemed unusual. I wonder what that was for and who issued it? In the neckerchief pile, what was the gem that made it so expensive? Don’t tell me it’s the 1965 Dixie n/c.

Yes it was the Dixie N/C, also the Camp Coker staff neckerchief was pretty interesting. I was the second highest bidder on this auction. The Dixie n/c is actually the staff version because it says “Santee 116”. I would have bid higher if the seller would have sent me a better picture of the neckerchief like I requested. I could not tell the condition of the Dixie neckerchief from that photo. Back when I sold my Dixie collection that piece went for $600+. I have decided to collect Dixie again since the market is fairly low at this moment.

By carolinacloth on May 6th, 2010 at 11:35 am

*Note to self: Search 25 cent boxes at West Coast trade-o-rees for Dixie stuff*

By ISCA87L on May 6th, 2010 at 8:16 pm

Note to Self

Follow ISCA87L and learn plus buy dupes he leaves

By thebar on May 7th, 2010 at 1:37 pm

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