Here’s a fun BOLO to keep an eye out for! There are a couple different spoons with the Nesquik bunny on them. This version sells for more. Check out completeds here.
This is a BOLO I just happened to stumble across while researching another plush I was listing. I always take a second look at husky-like plush because I have sold a few for a decent profit. This white Samoyed dog (a breed I had never of before) by Douglas consistently sells for $150++! Check out completeds HERE. Other brands don’t seem to sell for quite as much, but are still probably worth pick up.
I know Puffalumps are on lots of BOLO lists, so they are probably old news. But then again … there are a lot of those nylon plush out there. How do you know if you’ve got a real Puffalump, or just a lookalike?
Also, it confirmed that this logo on the left foot does indicate the plush is a Puffalump:
I have added this website to my useful links page. It’s great information because there are so many knock-offs out there. Happy hunting!
P.S. Of course some sell better than others – check out completeds HERE.
Balto is an animated movie that was released in 1995. Keep an eye out for the plush characters! They sell for a fair amount, and the sell-through rate is high. Check out completeds here.
Maje is a high end brand, and can be worth quite a lot of money.
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I was helping a patron this week at the library who was trying to track down the tattoo book above. While the library does own some tattoo books, our collection is never as big as we would like because (1) the books are generally expensive and (2) they are some of the most frequently stolen and/or never returned books.
The specific book he was looking for sells for over $200 on Amazon, and has one recent sale on eBay for almost $150.
Pretty much any tattoo books I come across I would give at least a second look. There are definitely some titles worth picking up. Check out some eBay completeds here.
This may look like play money, but it is actual (corporate) currency that could be spent at Disney locations. I would guess you could still spend it, but Disney dollars are now rare enough that (depending on condition) they are probably worth more than face value. I got a number of Disney bills on my 2016 Disneyland trip, including some $10 Cinderella bills as shown above. Disney dollars were retired as of May 2016, which makes them quite collectible. Check out completeds HERE.
Jim Henson’s Bean Bunny is on my BOLO Bucket List.
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Zadig & Voltaire Sweater
Paid: $2 @ VV, BO Accepted: $25 + shipping (listed since Feb, 2018)
This wasn’t a huge flip, but some of their pieces go for big money!
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