99 Cent Selling Strategy Update

One of the rare strategies employed by sellers is to start off some really good stuff at 99 cents and let the bidding begin. Sometimes this strategy really pays off when bidders get hooked early and the bidding war is on! Check out these examples that I found and if you are really curious click on the bidding history to see how it played out.

YOKAHU LODGE 506 PUERTO RICO & VIRGIN ISLANDS OA PATCH (29 bids)

RWHS – Red & White Half-Strip, WACHUSETT COUNCIL (Rare) (15 bids)

Mercer County Council CSP early 1960’s (11 bids)

Vintage BOY SCOUT Explorer Sterling Silver Award Pin (22 bids)

1950’s Red and White Strip Lakenheath (7 bids)

60 + BSA BOY SCOUTS PATCHES EWAU HUPPEDAY JAMBOREE NR (11 bids)

VINTAGE STERLING SILVER BOY SCOUT PIN ~RARE~(10 bids)

Lot of Boy Scout Neckerchiefs MA-KA-JA-WAN 1960s staff (18 bids)

1920’s Eagle Boy Scout Cloth Rank Badge Pin Neckerchief (13 bids)

OA Wa-Hi-Nasa #111 S41, S42, S43 1996 NOAC Set – Mint (12 bids)

100+ BALTIMORE AREA COUNCIL BROAD CREEK BCMSR PATCHES (10 bids)

Norman Rockwell`s Spirit Of Scouting Medals (7 bids)

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Looks like red & white are turning into green! The prices realized on the two council strips were pretty amazing and that Lakenheath AFB is a real sleeper. Obviously it didn’t get past the eagle eyes of RWS collectors though.

By ISCA87L on July 13th, 2009 at 9:52 pm

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