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How to sell my large minifig collection

clowndiscuslegoclowndiscuslego Member Posts: 97
edited March 2012 in Buying & Selling Topics
i have over 600 minifigures, most all of them are from sets (around 300 star wars) anyways thinking about sellingthem. what will be the best way to do so? was thinking ebay, but dont really want to piece it out but them i want to get the best bang for the buck too. craigslist? then it can be local and cash?


  • SupersympaSupersympa Member Posts: 534
  • The_Brick_BuilderThe_Brick_Builder Member Posts: 658
    If I were you, I would sell them as a single 600+ minifig lot on eBay.
  • prevereprevere Member Posts: 2,923
    You're better off selling the high value ones individually. Then selling the rest in a lot. That's if you want money relatively quickly.
  • bahnstormerbahnstormer Member Posts: 180
    edited March 2012
    if you want the $$$ then you'll have to work for them. do a lot and sell for about 50% of value, put some effort in and keep more cash yourself.

    go to ebay, open a private store (cheaper listing fees for 30 days) , download turdolister and use it to write a template and then just amend the title, pic and price - check bricklink and do ebay BIN for the average price - add bricklink code to title description. upload all 600 at once as you'll get more people buying multiple lots to justify postage.

    selling my diecast collection (10,000+ cars) like this as i'd rather take a while to sell it and keep more cash, ;-)
  • Si_UKNZSi_UKNZ Member Posts: 4,179
    split out the high value ones then sell the rest in lots of 10.

    ps ^ Good advice!
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