How do you price your pins

Discussion in 'Disney Pin Discussion' started by Xanaduhaz, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. Xanaduhaz

    Xanaduhaz Clinically Pinsane

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    So have never sold pins before but I have someone who is interested in buying some. I have tried looking what is currently on ebay but most of the pins she wants I can't find on ebay? I want to get a fair price both for the person who is interested and me

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  2. Xanaduhaz

    Xanaduhaz Clinically Pinsane

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    They are particularly interested in these le 150 pins. I know one is missing so looking if anyone has any clue what they are worth individually. I can't find anything on them.
    Cinderella LE150

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  3. starry_solo

    starry_solo Judge of the Dark Court Staff Member DPF Super Moderator

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    very carefully....lol

    OK, back to your question, I can only see one of the pictures so take another one.

    Here it is for reference:

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  4. Xanaduhaz

    Xanaduhaz Clinically Pinsane

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    There is only meant to be one picture. Sorry the wording is confusing

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  5. Xanaduhaz

    Xanaduhaz Clinically Pinsane

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    Any one have any idea how to value the cinderella pins? They at low LE but less than 100 people are wanting on pin pics but 7/8 people have them for trade.

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  6. Patrick

    Patrick New Collector

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    I've never seen these, they're beautiful! That's probably one of the most spot-on portraits of Cindy I've seen in pin form.

    Maybe try reaching out to the folks on pinpics who have them for trade to see if they bought them? Otherwise, you could try just talking to the person to see what they were thinking in terms of price. Recent ebay sales aside, I don't know any other way of pricing pins because they're value is based mostly on popularity than anything else. LEs become less valuable when collectors don't remember the hype around the release, you know?
     
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  7. shooting4ownhand

    shooting4ownhand Well-Known Member

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    The set is from the UK. It sat on their website for awhile, it wasn't that popular of a set to begin with. Did you buy or trade for them? If you bought them, I'd try to get what you paid for them back. Cinderella I'd value at around $30-40. The carriage and horses I'd value around $20-30. Yes, the set has a low edition but it's never been that popular of a set.
     
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