I went to a sale on Saturday where everything was set up on tables and organized by price. There were tables ranging from 50 cents to $10.
I bought two colorful bags for $1 each. One is a paisley print LeSportsac bag which has already sold for $25.99. The second bag is a Lily Bloom. They are both in the style of a backpack. I picked them up because of the brands and they are both in very good, clean condition.
I found some vintage toys. One is called Egg-A-Saur and is it by Fisher Price from 1993. It is similar to Mr. Potato Head but is an egg that you attach dinosaur style parts to. I never heard of it before. It’s not too valuable but I’m hoping to get $20 for it and it was $1.
I also found some vintage 1990s Littlest Pet Shop items which include a kennel and some accessories. I am also hoping for about $20 on this group.
This little guy from Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer island of misfit toys is worth about $50 but this one has one eye replaced with a button. So that was an exciting 5 seconds I had when I saw him. The happy ending to the story is that he still sold in one day for $20!
This doll was a mystery at first. I looked all over her and couldn’t find any tags. She reminded me of Mary Poppins and was very well made. She only cost $1. After researching I found that she is a homemade doll made from a 1964 McCall’s pattern for Mary Poppins. I’m not sure how much she will bring.
Two more items from this sale was this Snorks puzzle from 1985 and a Big Hug mug. I have never heard of the Snorks but they must have been from a TV show. The Big Hug mug was featured on the show “True Detective” and fans of the show seem to want it.
Those are some highlights from my finds. Hopefully sales will continue to increase as the weather warms up!