I've been listing a bunch of stuff on eBay to get ready for our vacation. I'm using the proceeds for extra spending cash.
I've got a really awesome item that I was going to sell on eBay, but I don't really know how to start out the bidding. The thing is the item is both invaluable and worthless at the same time.
In this tin there's a collection of letters, a doctor bill from Scott & White Hospital from 1928, Ration cards from World War ll with some stamps still in it, a letter of recommendation dated Nov 1911, Soldier's letter from 1919, postcards, a written job offer from J.M. Radford grocery company in Abilene, TX from 1918 for $60 per month, post card from Paris in 1918, some kind of special greeting book from Germany in 1913 and a scholarship certificate from Draughon's Practical Business College for book keeping tuition. There's letters written on American Red Cross & Knights of Columbus War Activities stationery. AND...several other things.
Anyway, it's all just amazing. It's history in a charming metal tin.
I'm planning on listing it on eBay in a day or so....UNLESS one of YOU wants to make me an offer on it. Randy and I love the idea of someone getting the letters that will really enjoy them. If that's YOU then leave a comment here, on facebook or text me and let me know.