I guess the common thing I'm starting to hear from sellers with stores is that they prefer to start their item out in an auction listing once or twice and if it doesn't sell, raise the price slightly and stick it in a store, rotating it every now and then. RPPCs, etc.? Whilst postcard grading is a subjective area, cards which are worn, damaged or dirty tend to be less desirable. Well, yes and no. As for International cards, a lot of dealers don't want to have anything to do with them, but I find that recently demand for them has grown a bit. It's certainly been a love and hate relationship over the years since Ebay hawked its first Beanie Babies. Real photographic postcards which are printed direct from the negative can be quite valuable especially if they come from what collectors call the ‘golden age’ of postcard production in the 1920s and 1930s. Now I try to stay within the 500 listings alloted to my Premium store rental fee. Some have said that lake and mountain cards aren't really in that demand. They did not even have stores when I was here before, so I thought long and hard about whether or not to open a store. I have been buying cards for several years now and not once have I seen a card damaged in shipping. I have thought about trying to sell them on Etsy for people doing craft projects. By era? That being said, even after reading some of the sellers guides, and the fact that I'm new to postcards in general, I have some questions that I hope some of you might be willing to take time to answer. trains, or golden age cards, etc.Who knows? Meet other eBay community members who share your passions. Highest volume sellers with best ratings get their items higher in search results so it's a matter of working the system. Used or unused and showing noticeable defects (like handling or wear), it may have slight creasing and minor postal damage but this will not be detrimental to the overall appearance. If you plan to keep it, your insurers will know exactly how much to list it for. Save. A very collectable postcard with a fine appearance, which may have writing and/or a postmark on the address side. [email protected] In my own opinion many of the International cards are some of the most beautiful I've seen.However from a business point of view, I generally list them on eBay during free promotions and list them more permanently on other sites. When viewed at an angle or under strong light, it may show some signs of aging, a lightening of colour or the hint of album marks. Feedback policies. I am going to run the postcards twice, and if they don't sell, I will let them sit in Good Till Cancelled (Buy it Now) for a while and see what happens. I just joined the Postcard Collectors Group and your post immediately caught my attention. 1. But the majority of subject cards do not achieve the intense interest attached to top of the range topographicals. 3. While selling on eBay is not new to me, selling postcards is... a whole new ballgame, and I was hoping you could help me make sure my auctions fit the standards you folks are looking for when shopping for cards. Postcard grading is far more important with subject cards than with topographical cards, as the market is smaller and the collectors tend to be more sensitive to the condition of the card. I have seen several methods that include combinations of soft and heavy-duty plastic sleeves, stiff PVC archival sleeves, rigid cardboard mailers, cardstock and craft envelopes. Many early holiday cards seem to be embossed. Such cards are more common than real photographic ones and command substantially reduced values. trains, or golden age cards, etc. For those of you who also browse by eBay categories, which categories do you search under for your cards? Selling; Saved Searches; Saved Sellers; Messages; Notification.
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