They used to advertise this semi annual sale as a tag sale with over 200 families. Now they say it has over 400 families. I don’t know because it seemed to me that there were a lot of dealers and resellers there. There were some tag sale people there so I tried to pick those people out and shop those sales. The prices were kind of high. I don’t know how much they charge for a spot at this thing but it must be a lot because I think people were anxious to make their money back. Here’s what I bought:
A group of 3 Jurassic park dinosaur figures and a godzilla figure. I paid $14 for all of them together and that was probably too much.
I picked up a How to Train Your Dragon figure for $2. He will probably only bring $10.
I found this bag of flocked Warner Bros. figures for $5. I thought they would be more collectible then they are. I will try to get $25 for the lot. They are from 1988. I think they are really cute. They are wearing little outfits too.
This pair of Caillou dolls may do well. This is a show my son watched as a child. The girl doll, Rosie is a talking doll and is the more valuable of the two.
One area had some dollhouse miniatures. I bought a room box for myself which is a scene of a table and chairs on a terrace with a back room. The box has a sky light so when it sits under a lamp you can see into the back room. There is something magical about it for me. It was $40 but I fell in love!!
I also bought this little display to resell. It is a gazebo and has things that people would store in a garage like gardening tools, painting supplies, a crate of christmas decorations and all sorts of cool things. I believe all the miniatures inside are handmade. Part of me would like to keep it but I will just enjoy it while I have it. I can’t believe how realistic it is. It was $15.
I have had some good sales recently:
TUMI backpack: $50
Brown Coach flap bag: $40
Coach dog: $59 (with free shipping)
Falstaff beer tray: $23 (after several months)
P Buckly Moss print: $44
Harmony Kingdom dog box: $20
Those are some highlights! What are you finding out there?