99 Cent Selling Strategy Part II


Last week I took a look at items where the seller started the minimum bid at less than $1. While many sellers are afraid to do that one the good stuff these folks trusted the power of bidding to make sure they they brought home the bacon.


Lot of Over 100 Boy Scout Patches & More (starting bid .01)


Very 1929 Rare Boy Scout Sterling Eagle Medal in Box (starting bid .01)


Rare Boy Eagle Scout Troop 1 Order of the Arrow (starting bid .01)


Boy Scout/Explorer Uniforms and Badges (starting bid .99)


Rare 1969 Boy Scout Jamb0ree Trading Post Neckerchief (starting bid .99)





The Boy Scout/Explorer uniform lot could have been a big loser since it wasn’t described well and uniforms are a dime a dozen. Or maybe a dime per pound. Anyway, I’m sure sharp eyed bidders were after the McConnell AFB red & white strip. It looked like there might have been two types, a “McConnell AFB” and a plain “McConnell”, although it was a little hard to read.

By ISCA87L on June 6th, 2009 at 7:03 pm

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