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JimLloyd Posts: 1

And don't say ebay, craigslist, garage sales etc.  Those are obvious and not helpful.  Thanks

TheGypsyDove (was) The 4 Claws Company
Lancaster,VA
Posts: 46

Try "https://www.liveauctioneers.com/" or list them on Teddy Bears & Friends web site.

desertmountainbear desertmountainbear
Bloomsburg, PA
Posts: 5,399
JimLloyd wrote:

And don't say ebay, craigslist, garage sales etc.  Those are obvious and not helpful.  Thanks

I have bought many many bears from eBay, especially old ones. It may be an obvious answer, but in my opinion it is the best place to be seen. It is where I sell most of the bears I make, and it always has been that way for me.
The collectors are there.

Debbie Five Shelbyville, TN
Posts: 67

I totally agree with Desert Mountain Bear's Joanne! If not for eBay, I would not have the collection of fabulous bears I now own.  Ebay is safe and you have such a greater audience for sales.  Good Luck to you ~ Debbie 5

dangerbears Dangerbears
Wisconsin
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Teddy Talk-ers are very kind folks. I'll go ahead and thank you (on Jim's behalf) for your friendly advice.

Becky

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