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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #13

Ro-gan wrote:

Matthew Hayward wrote: Here's a stab at values

Ring of Evasion - $30 - Roarry just sold one of these at auction - you could get the sale price there.
+1 Mithral Long Sword - $45 - one just sold at auction at that price
Gloves of Dexterity - $70 - this can be exchanged for Gloves of the Cutpurse, this is a recent auction price
Figurine of Power: Owl - $125 - one just sold at auction at this price (it was ONYX)
Ioun Stone Garnet Cube (volunteer) - $150 - ebay comarable
Ioun Stone Quicksilver Cube (volunteer) - $300 - Hard to say - price on the quicksilver sphere has gone way up recently

Bracers of Archery (wooden "wondrous") - Not sure here - But I assume this is a 2003-6 Bracers of Archery - maybe $5 - maybe more to a hardcore collector who has a gap

POTENTIAL: Amulet of Wonder (I’m trying to find the woman who gave it to me to use, so it might not be mine to sell) - $125-150

Crafted/Transmuted:

Draco-Lich Claw Charm - $70
Boots of Sure footing - $3
+1 Scepter of Stirge - $3
+1 Staff of Striking - $3
+1 Orchorn Shortbow - $3
Shade Cloak - $5
Eel Skin Gloves - $5
Potion of Distilled Healing x9 - $4 each
Fallen Star Mushroom x2 - Not sure - probably about $50 each


Rares:

Ioun Stone Garnet Sphere (volunteer) x2 - $130 each
Ioun Stone Ruby Rhombus - $15
Ioun Sone Onyx sphere - $182 - one just sold at auction at that price
Ioun Stone Beryl Prism - $8

Ring of Reflexes - $2
Ring of Protection +1 x2 - $2

Elven Chainmail - $1
Platemail of the Depths - $1
Topaz Infused Armor - $1
Defender Shield - $10

+1 Longbow - $1
+1 Silver Heavy Mace - $1
+1 Drow Blood Sword - $1

Gauntlets of Ogre Power - $4 (just reprinted this year)
Gloves of Repulsion x2 - $1

Harpy Claw Amulet - $3
Amulet of the Wind - $1
Necklace of Natural Armor - $2

Earcuff of Salvation - $1
Hat of Escape - $1
Helmet of Fortitude -$1
Belt of Retrieval - $1
Boots of Free Action - $1
Lyre of Echoes - $1 (just reprinted this year)

Brawler’s Mug - $15
Venom Runestone - $1
200gp Underduck of Doom - $4
+1 Hand Crossbow bolt of idiocy - $1
Scroll Frost Spear - $1


I also have miscellaneous uncommons and commons
Ioun stone emerald pyramid
Ioun stone iridescent sphere
Ioun stone garnet prism

50 cents per uncommon, 5 cents per common.

And not many commons or uncommons - not anymore


Matthew pretty much nailed all the prices exactly. I have no disagreement about his numbers.


Is Brawler's Mug overpriced here? I have one in my token store for $3.99, and it hasn't sold yet (although I have sold a few at that price). Maybe it's flying under the radar. ;)

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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #14

Mike yours was likely overlooked I'd guess. I'm not sure they are worth 15 but they are valued by the populace at large.

I through some in plinko and folks were crazy excited to get them.
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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #15

valetutto wrote: Mike yours was likely overlooked I'd guess. I'm not sure they are worth 15 but they are valued by the populace at large.

I through some in plinko and folks were crazy excited to get them.


I just sold one for $10 on eBay last week - but that was to a well known collector - and may have been trying to fill a gap.

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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #16

Brad Mortensen wrote: Some quibbles:

Commons - every common is worth at least 15 cents if mulched into a trade token.


Is that an offer to buy arbitrary trade goods at $3.74 I hear?

If not then not every common is worth at least 15 cents.

You're right that 5 cents is too low. Maybe 10 is better.

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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #17

$10 sounds about right for the Brawler's Mug, it's a must-have for most Rogue builds.

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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #18

Joshua Baessler wrote: $10 sounds about right for the Brawler's Mug, it's a must-have for most Rogue builds.

Just so no one is confused - this is the Rare Brawler's Mug not the Common.

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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #19

It's the spider - so that would be...2008?
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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #20

Wow - I cannot express how grateful I am for the help on this. Like I said, even though I've been with True Dungeon for a long time, I don't get to do a lot with my tokens.

You've given me a lot to mull over, not the least of which is whether to sell before my run or auction right after!
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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #21

Matthew Hayward wrote:

Brad Mortensen wrote: Some quibbles:

Commons - every common is worth at least 15 cents if mulched into a trade token.


Is that an offer to buy arbitrary trade goods at $3.74 I hear?

If not then not every common is worth at least 15 cents.

You're right that 5 cents is too low. Maybe 10 is better.


The average "cheap" trade good in your thread is 4.30-ish. What am I missing? Or were you saying those numbers were your offers to buy at those prices? If so, I'm not saying 5 cents is unreasonable, considering.

Either way, I shouldn't have said "every" common token. I should have said "average."
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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #22

celestial_magpie wrote: Wow - I cannot express how grateful I am for the help on this. Like I said, even though I've been with True Dungeon for a long time, I don't get to do a lot with my tokens.

You've given me a lot to mull over, not the least of which is whether to sell before my run or auction right after!


You might want to auction after GENCON, unless you need the money now. The demand is usually a bit higher then, and you get to use the stuff for another year. :)

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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #23

MasterED wrote:

Joshua Baessler wrote: $10 sounds about right for the Brawler's Mug, it's a must-have for most Rogue builds.

Just so no one is confused - this is the Rare Brawler's Mug not the Common.

Ed


The ones in my store are the Rare version. Maybe I should use one for my Rogue - but he's currently still using the Orb of Might for the Might Set +1 Level.

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Selling vs. Auction vs. What? 3 years 3 months ago #24

Brad Mortensen wrote:

Matthew Hayward wrote:

Brad Mortensen wrote: Some quibbles:

Commons - every common is worth at least 15 cents if mulched into a trade token.


Is that an offer to buy arbitrary trade goods at $3.74 I hear?

If not then not every common is worth at least 15 cents.

You're right that 5 cents is too low. Maybe 10 is better.


The average "cheap" trade good in your thread is 4.30-ish. What am I missing? Or were you saying those numbers were your offers to buy at those prices? If so, I'm not saying 5 cents is unreasonable, considering.

Either way, I shouldn't have said "every" common token. I should have said "average."


The prices on my thread are offers to sell. The advice on this thread relates to soliciting an offer to buy.

The asking price of any good typically exceeds the offer price (otherwise there is an arbitrage opportunity to get something for nothing).

I've got offers to sell on my trade thread for Alchemist's Ink, Darkwood Plank, and Philosopher's stone that are all below $3.75 - and people aren't buying them.

Therefore I can conclude that 15 cents per common for the purposes of transmutation is not a reasonable expectation for what someone would offer on to buy an arbitrary common.

I attempted to drive this point home by observing that no one is probably willing to buy arbitrary trade goods at $3.74 each. If anyone would, PM me, I've got bunches I'll sell at that price.

Here are some recent ebay auctions:
Alchemist's Ink - 9.4 cents per common http://www.ebay.com/itm/True-Dungeon-3x-Alchemists-Ink-Token-/291788821624?rd=1

Alchemist's Parchment - 14.7 cents per common http://www.ebay.com/itm/True-Dungeon-3x-Alchemists-Parchment-Token-/291788821310?rd=1

Darkwood Plank - 11.3 cents per common http://www.ebay.com/itm/True-Dungeon-3x-Darkwood-Plank-Token-/291788821381?rd=1

Minotaur Hide - 12 cents per common http://www.ebay.com/itm/True-Dungeon-3x-Minotaur-Hide-Token-/291788821575?rd=1

Philosopher's Stone - 14 cents per common http://www.ebay.com/itm/True-Dungeon-3x-Philosophers-Stone-Token-/291788821411?rd=1

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