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White Elephant Sale Part Two: “Christmas”

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Continuing with my trip to the Oakland Museum’s White Elephant Sale, I spent most of my time in the Christmas section.  I couldn’t believe, with the thousands of people that were there, that no one realized there were Hallmark Nostalgic Houses and Hallmark Mary’s Angels in their boxes for a dollar on a shelf.  I just started sweeping boxes off the shelf into my bag.  Well, not really, I looked at each one to see if it looked like a money maker.  Most of what I picked was worthwhile.  They also had baskets and baskets full of grab bags at a dollar each.  Within them I found the Beatrix Potter ornament, Disney The Rescuers ornaments, Small Shiny Brite glass balls, cloth Santas and Angels, Kurt S. Adler Soccer Girls, Hallmark Santas and the list goes on.  On shelves I found a Rudoph, a Flapping Ear Singing Dog, a larger box of Shiny Brite glass ball ornaments, etc. And strangely, in a case, I spotted a Hummel Happy Days figurine for $10 and a small angel playing the violin for $3 that I had to add to my collection. I spent under $60, potential gain of over $650.

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White Elephant Sale Part One: “Vintage Toys”

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Attending the Oakland Museum’s White Elephant Preview Sale, I only had enough energy and time for a few departments.  I started in the Toy Department, circling for likely an hour.  I came up with two vintage 1950’s Madame Alexander 12″ Dolls, Lissy and Little Women’s Marme, at $2 each.  A Walk Lively Barbie from 1972 for $4 in great condition.  Vintage Goofy and Mickey Mouse at $1 and 50¢.  A vintage Ernie for $1.  A Richard Scarry Lowly Worm Apple Car Push Toy for $1.  Little Tikes Dollhouse Buggy and Cradle for $2.  Renwal Dollhouse Potty Chairs and Ideal Dollhouse Highchair for $2.  Mattel Barbie Dog, Cat and Pet Sounds Bed from 1995 for $2.  Fisher Price Xylophone from 1985 for $2.  Tyco Ernie Cement Mixer Truck for 50¢.  Fisher Price Little People Knight with horse for 25¢.  Raggedy Ann in lovely condition for $2.  A McDonalds Pinnochio toy for 25¢. And my husband chipped in a vintage Canasta Set from I. Magnin for $3. I was in such a hurry to move on, I’m not sure of the total on my receipt.  But potential gain could be around $450.  Next installment will showcase the hour I spent in the Christmas Department.  Stay tuned.

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Church Rummage Sale Part 2: “One Hundred Forty Action Figures”

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There were bags and bags of these things.  But they were scattered about in different bins.  And I was battling some other lady to find the best bags.  And then as I walked around I saw a couple of young guys at various times with their bags of action figures.  And I started to feel a pang of regret that I didn’t search for more or wasn’t there early enough.  And then I came around the back door and saw a huge bin full of them.  I just started piling them up on my personal bag.  I thought to myself it would have to be worth it.  I was able to identify several as vintage and as ones that I had sold before.  None looked particularly new even though with the lighting I was hard-pressed to see the dates on the insides of the legs or the bottoms of the feet.  My gut was just telling me “BUY THEM ALL.”  In the end, I paid just under 75¢ per figure.  More than I would normally pay, but maybe not for vintage figures.

140 figures at about $10 a piece equals roughly $1,400.00.

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Garage Sale Weekend Recap: “Vintage Decca Records, Fossil Bags & An Automated Snow White Snow Globe”

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I was later than I would have liked getting out there and the first sale was a dud.  I stopped at a second one where everything in the driveway was free, though some regulars had gotten there before me and had already stacked up a big pile.  However there were records on the porch that were 50¢ each.  Even the boxed sets.  I told the guy there were 29 in the two boxes and he said “$10” and even helped me carry them to the car.

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Finally I headed to an elementary school rummage sale that has been great in the past.  They advertised an 8:45 start time, but the place was already swarming at 8:35 and I felt like an idiot.  I should have been there sooner.  But I still found the pink Coach Soho Hobo, the Relic Floral Shopper, three pairs of mens shoes including New Balance, Ugg Ascot Slippers and Birkenstocks, three pairs of women’s shoes including BCBGirls Esther Sandals and some black patent flats, an Automated Snow White Snow Globe by Mr. Christmas that works and a Russ Noah’s Ark baby piggy bank.  All for $20.

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Heading toward another school’s rummage sale that usually wasn’t very good, I had seen signs for what I thought was a regular sale that usually had great stuff.  Sure enough, same house, and I picked up the three pairs of jeans – Miss Me, True Religion and Paige, the two Fossil bags, the beer stein and the red Tahari Valerie flats.  I was a little annoyed that she charged me $42 for all of it and said she gave me a good deal when she wouldn’t deal at all.

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On to the school rummage sale, you could hear crickets.  The only people in there were the people working there.  Granted, it was about an hour after it had started, but they had nothing.  Except the Furreal Friends Baby Cuddles My Giggly Monkey for a dollar.

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Finally I wove my way all the way back across town to one last sale that was packed with people.  It was there that I bought two really nice pairs of boots, my size, for $1 each.

That was it, I headed home.  $75 spent.  Potential $1,175 gain.

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Return to the Rummage Sale: “Yes, I Went Back”

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I said I wouldn’t go… but then I thought about it.  A relaxed Friday morning, fewer people, more time to search. And so I did. And I made two trips to the car.  My first trip consisted of two bags full.  One bag that I brought with me that was overflowing with clothing, so I asked the nice ladies if I could put it on hold.  And they promptly provided me with another shopping bag to continue to fill.  I bought more there that morning than I have in awhile.  The first trip was one bag at $20 and one bag at $15. And my return bag was $8.  Which basically let me know that their posted prices were very subjective.  They didn’t piecemeal out each and every little thing, they just kind of looked through the bag and gave me a number.  Which was great, especially since my German lady wasn’t there.

In clothing I picked up a very fancy Parker Evony Dress, a lovely lace dress, a lacy Loft top and a gray Banana Republic sweater.

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In children’s clothing I found a black Levi’s vest, an OP swimsuit, a floral Gap coat, a Zara Kids brown sweater and Gymboree Cozy Owl Poncho and red heart jeans.

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In jeans I picked up a Citizens for Humanity Skirt, Men’s 7 For All Mankind Jeans and Joe’s Jeans.

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I also concentrated on the shoes.  I found some red Miz Mooz Sandals, some Tod’s flats, some Matisse Maroon Croc Sandals, Steve Madden Trinidad Wedge Sandals, Born Mary Jane Buckle Heels, and Julianelli Brown Boots.Screen Shot 2017-03-31 at 12.32.31 PM

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I also found a Lululemon Om Your Heart Out Infinity Scarf and the new DaKine bag.

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Back in toys I picked up a couple of vintage mini puzzles and a Hawaii Wooden Puzzle, along with a Littlest Pet Shop key chain, a Felix the Cat Golf Keychain, a Cowboy Andy doll, a Sad Sam mini stocking, two Kung Recorders from Switzerland, and a Pottery Barn Lamb.

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Finally, during one final swoop I gained the Olympia stoneware mug, the vintage Trim Twist exercise platform and the Waecthersbach red bowl “You Are Special Today.”

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Try to add all of that up… I’m thinking it’s about 34 items for $48.  That’s just under $1.50 each.  Which makes me happy I went back.  Potential gain: $1,075.

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Thursday Night School Rummage Sale: “Vera Bradley Miller Bag, Nordstrom Mugs & Fisher Price Drum Set”

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I actually went and stood in line for the early pre-sale (that charged a $10 entrance fee) and tried to muddle through the many, many people that were hogging space at every table.  I have found quite a lot at this sale in the past when I did not go to the pre-sale which makes me think that maybe they pull more out from all of the boxes under the tables that I tried to look through.  I did find the two Nordstrom Mugs by R. Toledo in the boxes. Not really knowing prices, but recognizing my German lady at the Cashier’s Table from years past, I knew she would give me a great deal.  I did about three loops around, starting with the Vera Bradley Barcelona Miller bag and then filling it with the white Cliffs Sandals, the black Clarks Artisan Vendra Bloom Wedges and the Citizen of Humanity Amber jeans.  Continuing on with my loops, I also picked up the vintage 1979 Fisher Price Drum Set, the Mighty Beanz bag and the Mary Engelbreit Easter plate:

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My German lady with her economical pricing added it up to be $16.  Potential gain of $300.

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Friday Rummage Sale: “Hallmark Angels, Bakugan & He-Man”

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I can only blame packaging up two large orders of stickers in two days that distracted me from the fact that the preview sale to this annual rummage sale was Thursday night, not Friday.  So Friday morning, after packaging the second large sticker order, I checked craigslist, as I usually do, for garage sales, and I realize…. I’m late. Very, very late.  So I head out.  Somewhat sad.  Realizing what I may have missed.

Approaching the parking lot.  It’s full.  Overflowingly full.  But I find a space close to the entrance.  Score one for me.  I enter.  I find the Bakugan tower.  Not terrible. Possibly redeeming.  Also the bag of Animal figures and the bag of princess Pez dispensers.

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But the rest is slow-going.  I’m so flustered, I’m not even sure of my plan of attack.  I knew first was toys. What was next?  Christmas.  Outside.  Nothing.  Sad.  Next?  Boutique.  Where I found the 6 Hallmark Angel Ornaments for $10.  Score again.  But that was it in the Boutique.

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Outside, Inside, there is a lot of nothing.  I consider two Lucky Brand Purses, but pass on their high price tags. Outside I score a Tokidoki backpack that needs some TLC for 50¢. Outside on the other side I find a wad of quality Christmas Fabric for $2.

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Back to toys again, I spot a Golf Teddy Bear that I’m pretty sure I saw in catalogs when I was 12, with a doll stand, for $3.  Also a Mickey Mouse, a vintage Christmas Miss Piggy, and a My Little Pony at $1 each.  Digging deep, I come up with a vintage He-Man action figure at 50¢ and Schleich Knight’s horse that probably won’t be worth anything without the knight.

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I spent a whopping $13.50 with the potential gain of $600.

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2 Stops at the Church Rummage Sale & 2 Garage Sales

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Thursday night was Preview Night at the larger local Catholic Church’s Annual Rummage Sale.  I accidentally stumbled upon a listing for it under Toys on craigslist so I was figuring they forgot to list it under Garage Sales and therefore there would be fewer attendees.  No such luck.  The line was longer than I ever remember it and because it was a hot evening, it was crowded and somewhat unpleasant.  I tried to hurry through, initially finding the Annalee dolls at $2 each, the Small Small World Dolls at $1 each, the Cabbage Patch Kid Carrier at $2, the Halloween cat at $1, the vintage pose doll at $1, the Madame Alexander-kins at $3, the Madame Alexander Cissette for $6, the bags of stickers at 25¢ each and several bags of ornaments at $1 each.  I spent $19.75 that stop.
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The next morning there were two sales and I planned to return to the Rummage Sale for anything I might have missed.  The first sale was a doozy.  Amazing vintage stuff but also highly priced.  The 1975 Mattel Dancerella Ballerina doll I had to ask for her price.  The manager of the sale said $10, I asked $5 and she said she’d do it. The 1985 Playmates Crawling Doll I had a mini copy of as a kid, she was $1.  And a stack of vintage books including Roy Rogers, “Let’s Go to the Fair,” “Socks,” and “I Like Winter” by Lois Lenski at $1 each.

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On to the next sale I picked up the two Disney Magic Talk Royal Garden Playsets for $5 each.

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And then back to the Rummage Sale where I found the Raggedy Andy, the 1972 Meego Dinah-mite Doll and 1974 Ideal Derry Daring Doll each for $1, and the Hallmark Mitford Snowman Ornament Set for $3.

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About $45 spent.  Potential $555 gain.

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Garage Sale Weekend Recap: “The Vintage Beaded Dress, The Huge Hello Kitty & The Littlest Pet Shop Playsets”

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It’s a pretty poor garage sale day when I take my “haul” photo inside (or it’s raining).  Well, it wasn’t raining.  It was just a beautiful October day on which not many wanted to hold a garage sale.  Or it could have been that I had to drop my daughter at the PSAT first which fouled up the route which I would have otherwise taken.  By the time I made it to my first sale, the big boy scout rummage sale, there were already crowds of people hauling stuff away.  I searched and searched but just wasn’t finding anything.  I even put some stuff back, ready to leave empty handed when I spotted the Monster High Clawdeen Wolf doll.  Then I picked the vintage Ernie and Big Bird cars and the Tech Deck in the package and paid $1 for all of it.

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The next had some things I could have bought, but reined myself in, heading to the next were a there were so many customers once again.  One lady had already piled up some nice things I would have bought.  I spotted some Hallmark ornaments out of the corner of my eye.  Getting closer I saw the price tag, “5 Peanuts ornaments $25.”  Way too rich for my blood.  Everything was priced as it would be online.  I only walked a way with a few dollar items including the Snoopy Leprechaun pin, the candles from Holland and the Cottontale Collection Easter train.

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Finally backwards to the one I probably would have made first, but no matter, I only picked up the tiny Hummel print for a dollar.

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On to another that I hoped would be promising where I found nothing.  And nothing at the next.  And then finally to another Rummage Sale to which I had been before.  There I found the Littlest Pet Shop Playsets, the Pixel Chix houses, the large Hello Kitty, the Hello Kitty Lunchbox, the Care Bears wallet, the Ty Garfield, and the vintage Dynasty Beaded Pink Gown from Hong Kong British Crown Colony.  Total: $15.

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Because of the weak showing, I decided to head back to one I missed.  There I bought the Sil-pin pink rolling pin, the box of vintage figures and the 6 yards of Candy Corn fabric, all for $9.

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Total spent: $29. Potential gain: $500.

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Thursday Church Rummage Sale: “The Carrom Board, The Ornaments & The Train Cars”

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I wasn’t sure why I was so nervous and apprehensive as I drove to this sale.  I suppose I was worried it would open early (which it did) and I would be late (which I was) and most of the good stuff would be gone.  Well, there were a lot of people who already had their massive piles of stuff being watched over by volunteer church members and I was tardy getting outside to the toys because I was going over the indoor tables multiple times because each time I looked, there was something different.  On my first go round for which I checked out because I was hogging most of the check-out table with my holds, I found the two boxes of Commodore ornaments made in Romania at $2 per box, the amazing Carrom game table for $10, the Uglydoll for 10¢, the four High Roof Box Cars in various dessert flavors at $1 each, the 3M Thinking Man’s Golf and Football games at $3 each, the Vintage Monopoly game for 50¢, the small Polly Pocket case full of dolls and clothes for $1.25, the Groovy Girl Seahorse for 25¢, Snoopy’s Harp for 10¢, the How to Train Your Dragon Dragons for 10¢, the Delft Blue Dutch Girl for $1, the Gmundner Keramik Hunter’s Delight Bowl from Austria for $2, the Vintage Lenox Pink Swan for 25¢, the Jim Shore Heartwood Creek Angel for $4, the 1999 Star Wars Y Wing Fighter for $1, and the Fitz & Floyd White Candleholders for $2 each from 1976.   That total was $38.

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Then the next and final go round, I saw the print in the inlaid frame for $7, the still life painting for $5, the Asta Tea Kettle for $5 and the Robeez Booties new in the package for $1.

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$56 spent and a potential $560 to gain.

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