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    Football card lot

    http://www.geocities.com/sleepers1717/index.html


    I whipped up this site real quick.. Im gonna post it on EBAY and sell these cards.. I have over 200 rookies.. Im wondering if people would post how much they would pay for these if they were looking for cards so i know how much to put it on EBAY for.. Thanks!

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    Re: Football card lot

    I really dont know on that, if they are all rookies and they are not all Topps base set. You could get $250- and up depending on what type they are.



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    Re: Football card lot

    You may want to list the cards you have, not just the names of the players.

    Best bet, but a pain in the butt, is to sell them individually. I have sold a ton of cards on ebay. Sell the big names individually, the sell all the others as one lot.

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    Re: Football card lot

    alright.. thanks man.. Yah most of them arent topps.. they are pretty good cards.. I was hoping to get like 20 bucks for em

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    Re: Football card lot

    I think ill put it starting at 30 bucks

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    Re: Football card lot

    NO! Always start your auction at $9.99 or less. There are less fees that way. You can set a "reserve" on it if you do not want to accept less than a certain amount.

    Be sure to take the time and list every card, it helps.

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    Re: Football card lot

    alright thanks Ultra! You seem to know what your talking about.. I just hope this doesnt get ripped off like your CC collection.. Although its not even close to as important! Should I list the year and the brand with each card?

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    Re: Football card lot

    "Vikez4Lyfe" wrote:
    alright thanks Ultra! You seem to know what your talking about.. I just hope this doesnt get ripped off like your CC collection.. Although its not even close to as important! Should I list the year and the brand with each card?
    You'll be fine going through ebay. Yes I ould list it something like this:

    Daunte Culpepper 2000 Topps Reserve
    Randy Moss 2001 Leaf Rookies & Stars #31/100

    That will do. Just take a look on ebay how others are doing them. Type it up on Word or something like that, then when you go to list it, just paste it on ebay; a lot easier to do.

    You have to word things good too. Remember, you want potential sellers to think that they are dealing with a competant person. It pays to pay attention to detail. If you sell all 250 at once, I would charge around $12-$15 for S/H. I would not go crazy with bold or gallery listings on this, it will add up in listing fees; less $$$ for you. Keep me posted!

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    Re: Football card lot

    Example:

    This first lot is trash. He has pictured 6 cards that I can get for $1.00. He states this is a lot of 35 cards. So, what the heck else am I getting? Get my drift?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=653&item=520348599 2&rd=1

    Now, this one is a put together better. Although it is hard to read ( I would have listed straight down in 1 column), you know exactly what you are getting. He chose to show photos of the better cards in the lot. If you have some cards that are really worth something or the player in "hot" in the collectibles market, put a photo of that card. Do you have access to a scanner? Scan the best 6-8 cards and include a photo.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=653&item=520261676 1&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW

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    me and vikes4life added more cards but havent edited the site yet. we now have like 2 troy williamsons,2 alex smith(the qb) philip rivers,braylon edwards,mike williams, and a bunch of other good cards

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