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Reselling Books
Wednesday, December 02, 2009

 I love to collect books, and vintage cookbooks, but sometimes I buy them at Estate Sales, and make a huge profit from them on eBay. If you really check eBay you will find the types of books, or vintage cookbooks that sell really well on eBay. Then when you are out looking at the flea markets and estate sales, you can pick up the copies really cheap, and turn around and sell them on EBay to make a nice little profit. Also other types of things that sell well are any genealogy related books, no matter how old, I found one that was only about a quarter, paperback that someone had written from the 1940's someone purchased the quarter book for over 30.00 because they were looking with anything with their families name on it. Just a few ideas for you to check into.


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Alvarado, TX USA
About Me:

I am a mom to an eleven year old daughter, I am a stay at home mom, but have worked for the government for the last few years. I am also a mom to a twenty four year old daughter, and I have two grandbabies. My husband and I both like to live life frugal, and go to flea markets, yard sales, find great deals on ebay, and craigslist, and have learned how to save big bucks at Home depot. We are in the process of adding an addition on to our house, and have saved thousands of dollars on building it.

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