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TOPIC: eBay auction HUGE lot

eBay auction HUGE lot 4 months 1 week ago #13

Someone mentioned seeing Eldritch Runestone, but I am not sure of its value. Transmuted consumables would seem to be scarce. I’d consider it a collector’s item as opposed to equipping it. Unless it gave more treasure…
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eBay auction HUGE lot 4 months 1 week ago #14

Lequinian wrote:

balthasar wrote: My numbers may be a little off, but it looks like just 13k gold, not counting the wooden tokens. At $12/1000, it is a bit over $150. I used one of the more recent auction prices for the Trade tokens, and it is $220. I priced the Aragonite at $25 and the Fleece at $60 to get to that number. Looks like 48 Monster bits and at $7/bit, it should be $336. Just those get you to $700 or so. You'd have to see $400 or more from the remaining stuff just to break even. I am super curious as to what the rest of those tokens are, but it isn't in my budget to pay and find out, lol. If anyone does, please let us know what you found :)


That’s assuming paying roughly “individual retail” for a lot.

That said, it’d be fun to buy and then raffle the tokens off. like $1 a ticket - you’ll get a token, might be GF, might be masterwork arrow.


I think those prices are below retail, except for maybe the Fleece and the Aragonite. You don't see may people selling gold at $12/1000. or monster bits for $7 each. The auction prices were taken from 8k orders, and I think the prices on trade goods in those are a little lower than retail.

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eBay auction HUGE lot 4 months 1 week ago #15

Dave Autzen wrote: I asked how many of the light blue tokens there are, but no answer as yet. Only been a little while since I asked.


I can see 11 in one picture, as well as an Onyx Ring of Pandemonium. looks like a few of the blurry pictures are of the same pile that looks dumped from the bag?

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eBay auction HUGE lot 4 months 1 week ago #16

balthasar wrote: I think those prices are below retail, except for maybe the Fleece and the Aragonite. You don't see may people selling gold at $12/1000. or monster bits for $7 each. The auction prices were taken from 8k orders, and I think the prices on trade goods in those are a little lower than retail.


Fair enough. :) My point was if I’m buying an assorted lot or stuff I can’t use immediately I’d want a bigger discount.

That and there’s a couple hours of work and postage to Carbondale’s mulch machine to add in too. :)

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eBay auction HUGE lot 4 months 4 days ago #17

Dave Autzen wrote: I asked how many of the light blue tokens there are, but no answer as yet. Only been a little while since I asked.


Seller messaged me back, there’s less then 15 of the light blue transmutes.
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eBay auction HUGE lot 4 months 4 days ago #18

Looks like a True Grlnd players horde based on completion tokens (FoP Spider, Ring of Pandemonium, maybe the Golden Apple).

The mix looks like a full collection to me (plenty of commons, so not all treasure), and a wide range of years.

I agree it looks staged though in terms of what happens to be showing in the big pile.

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eBay auction HUGE lot 4 months 2 days ago #19

Someone bought it. Curious as to what is actually in it.

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eBay auction HUGE lot 4 months 2 days ago #20

If the buyer was someone here, hopefully they give us the highlights. I am curious how many rares there were. I didn’t ask the seller as I didn’t expect him/her to go through all of them.
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