Re: Does anyone have experience with an On-Line Auction
settummanque, or blackeagle (blkeagle@DYNASTY.NET)
Wed, 4 Jun 1997 14:27:11 -0500
>I thought that an on-line auction might
>be the way to go, but I've never been involved in doing one. Can anyone
>offer some insights in how to go about it? In addition, another old-timer
>has a complete set of "Old Region" patches and cups he wants to sell.
You might want to subscribe and ask that question over at Patch-L.
There are several national traders, among them the Conleys, that have done
such kinds of auctions online in the past and would be either willing to do
it for you or provide you with some assistance in doing it yourself.
Since Patch-L exists to provide those with a resource and outlet to trade,
buy, sell and swap Scouting memorbilia, many of us have discouraged
tradetalk here in favor of "taking it over there" where there are people
subscribed whom are INTERESTED in hearing/reading about those kinds of
things. From time to time, we go through a period whereby folks
(particularily newer folks that aren't aware that such a list exists out
here somewhere) would post "I swap CSPs from X Council for OA flaps from Y
Lodges" or similiar things.
I've crossed your question over there, so you should get a couple of
responses before you subscribe over there. To subscribe to Patch-L, you
need to send a email posting to the listserver in New York:
You will get a subscription "posting" and some information you should read
before you subscribe, and after that, you'll get a confirmation posting and
become a part of the discussion list over there.
Hope this all helps out!
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