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  • Selling Pins

    I'm looking to sell more or less my entire Disney Pin collection and I was wondering if anyone had any advice on what the best way to do this was. I think listing it all on ebay would be more costly than it would be worth.

    Are there special sites where people do things like that?
    Also, how would I find out the name of each pin?

    ANY advice is appreciated. Thank you!

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    could you maybe do like one listing and put them all together or do you have too many? ive seen people sell pins on here by just showing pics and prices or having them pm for the price or something. im not sure how many you have but you could try that maybe. or if you can group them by theme or character maybe you could do a couple of auctions vs lots of them. i think pinpics.com is probably the best place to find info on the individual pins. they usually have the release location and year and a detailed description of the pins. good luck!

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      Re: Selling Pins

      Personally, I'd do some research by looking on Ebay. Put in the general description of your pin in the search field, and, see if they pop up and if you check the box, on the left, toward the bottom....that says, "Completed listings" you can see how much they have sold for in the past. That is if you are interested in selling them on Ebay, but, it's a good barometer for knowing what people are willing to pay for them.

      Putting them in groupings of type is an excellent thought too, if you do sell them on there.

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