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I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sat Jun 08, 2002 1:52 pm

Well, I don't want my collection anymore. I am going to put it up for auction on E-Bay. Here it is:

Airline Luggage Tags

-Braathens Airlines
-Braathens S-A-F-E: The Norwegian Flag Carrier
-Air Jamaica
-All Nippon Airways (ANA) – Purple Background
-All Nippon Airways (ANA) – Light Blue Background With White Stripes
-Austrian Airlines
-Air Canada
-American Airlines/American Eagle
-American Airlines/American Eagle – Pre-1995
-KLM Business Class
-Qantas – “Heavy”
-Sun Country Airlines
-Avianca
-Air France – “Cabine”
-Air France – Sky Background With Departing A320
-Air France – White With Logo
-Air France – Purple With Globe
-Air France – Blue With Globe
-Swissair
-Hawaiian Airlines
-Southwest Airlines – “Thanks For Not Being A Bin Hog!”
-Cathay Pacific – First Class Priority Baggage
-Trans World Airlines (TWA)
-Delta Air Lines – Fly For Business
-Delta Air Lines – Fly Somewhere Fun
-Deutsche BA – Bauhaus Colors
-Deutsche BA – Calligraphy Colors
-US Airways
-US Airways – “Heavy”
-US Airways - Priority
-Funjet Vacations – Large
-Funjet Vacations – Small
-Asiana Airline
-Korean Air – Prestige Class
-Air Malta
-Continental Airlines
-Continental Airlines (Sticker)
-Continental Airlines – Carry On
-Continental Airlines – “Heavy”
-Continental Airlines Priority Handling (Plastic) – For Use Through February 1997
-British Airways – Whale Rider
-British Airways World Traveller – Scottish Tartan
-jetBlue
-Midwest Express Airlines
-Air New Zealand
-Air New Zealand – The Pride Of The Pacific
-Air Transat
-Air Transat – With A330 In The Background
-Air Transat – With L1011 In The Background
-Air Europa
-Air Europa – Connexio Mediterrania
-Aer Lingus
-United Airlines
-United Airlines – Priority Checked Baggage
-United Express – Carry On Luggage
-Northwest Airlines
-Northwest Airlines (Sticker)
-America West Airlines
-America West Airlines (Plastic)
-British Midland
-Alitalia (Plastic)
-Ansett Airlines – Sydney 2000
-Air Pacific
-Aero Lloyd

Airline Safety Cards

-America West Airlines – Airbus A320
-America West Airlines – 737
-Air France – Airbus A319
-Air France – Airbus A340-300
-Southwest Airlines
-Delta Air Lines – 757-200
-Delta Air Lines – MD-88
-Delta Connection Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA) – CRJ-200
-United Airlines – 737
-United Airlines – A319
-United Airlines – 767-300 Overwater
-American Airlines – Super 80
-American Airlines – 757-200
-American Airlines – 727-200
-Continental Airlines – MD-80
-Continental Airlines – 737-300/500
-Continental Airlines – 737-800
-Continental Airlines – 737-800/900
-Continental Airlines – 777-200
-Continental Airlines – Exit Row Seating Selection Criteria
-jetBlue – Airbus A320
-British Airways – 747-200
-Northwest Airlines – Airbus A319
-Northwest Airlines – Airbus A320
-Northwest Airlines – 727-200
-Northwest Airlines – DC-9-10
-Northwest Airlines – DC-9-30/40/50
-Northwest Airlines – Exit Seating
-Northwest Airlink (Express Airlines I, Inc.) – CRJ-200

Miscellaneous

-Delta Air Lines – Snack Mix
-Delta Air Lines – Headphones
-Delta Air Lines – Travel Guide For Passengers With Special Needs
-Delta Air Lines – Air Sickness Bag
-Delta Air Lines – Worldwide Timetable (Effective June 1, 2001)
-Delta Air Lines – Sky Magazine (Summer 2001)
-Continental Airlines – Kiddie Wings
-Continental Airlines – Playing Cards
-Continental Airlines – System Timetable (Effective December 14, 2000-February 14, 2001) “Go For Chinese Food. In Hong Kong.”
-Continental Airlines – 8 Black Tickets
-Continental Airlines – Ticket Jacket (First Class) – Ramp Agent On Cover
-Continental Airlines – Ticket Jacket – Female Flight Attendant On Cover
-Continental Airlines – Ticket Jacket – Another Ramp Agent On Cover
-Continental Airlines – Ticket Jacket – Another Female Flight Attendant On Cover
-Continental Airlines – Air Sickness Bag
-jetBlue – DirecTV Programming Guide
-United Airlines – Mileage Plus Brochure Guide
-United Airlines – Worldwide Timetable (Volume 1, January 8-February 14, 2001)
-KLM – World Timetable (October 29, 2000-March 14, 2001)
-America West Airlines – System Timetable (Effective October 29, 2000)
-America West Airlines – FlightFund Membership Guide (January 2001)
-Japan Airlines (JAL) – Mileage Bank Handbook
-American Airlines/American Eagle – Ticket Jacket
-American Airlines – Attractions In-flight Entertainment (September 2001)
-Trans World Airlines (TWA) – Systemwide Timetable (December 20, 2000)
-Trans World Airlines (TWA) – Over 10,000 Boarding Passes!!! (All In A Small 10x10 Inch Box)
-Ronald Reagan National Airport – Flight Guide (January/February 2001)
-Ronald Reagan National Airport – Parking And Terminal Directory
-Ronald Reagan National Airport – Visitor’s Guide For Patrons With Disabilities

Should I sell the luggage tags and safety cards as a package, or separately? What about the Miscellaneous category. Should I sell individually or by airline? And last of all, how much money should I put all of this up for and how much money can I expect? Thanks!

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Guest

RE: I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sun Jun 09, 2002 12:12 am

Help! Anyone?

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NWA742
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RE: I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sun Jun 09, 2002 2:41 am

What is your asking price?
Some people are like slinkies - not good for anything, but they bring a smile to your face when pushed down the stairs
 
Guest

RE: I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sun Jun 09, 2002 2:51 am

I really don't know. That is what I was asking. What is a reasonable price? Is $200 too much? I have no feeling of a price.
 
jwenting
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RE: I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sun Jun 09, 2002 3:00 am

There is something to be said for both approaches. Selling as a package increases the intrinsic value of the whole (and won't leave you with a few items noone wants), selling them separate should get you people who can't afford (or don't want) the entire package.
Selling them separate also increases your workload as you have a lot more transactions to deal with...
I wish I were flying
 
Guest

RE: I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sun Jun 09, 2002 3:02 am

Jwenting, which would make me more money in your opinion?
 
Guest

RE: I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sun Jun 09, 2002 3:12 am

Safety Cards - 29 @ $5 each = $145

Luggage Tags - 64 @ $2 each = $128

Miscellaneous - Total = $50

GRAND TOTAL = $323

Does this seem feasible?

 
NWA742
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RE: I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sun Jun 09, 2002 11:24 am

$5 for each safety card? I wouldn't pay that at all. I can get safety cards of Ebay for $1-3 a piece.

Luggage tags should only be around 50 cents to a dollar.

Just my opinion.  Smile



-NWA742
Some people are like slinkies - not good for anything, but they bring a smile to your face when pushed down the stairs
 
Guest

RE: I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sun Jun 09, 2002 11:25 am

Thanks for the imput.
 
crank
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RE: I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sun Jun 09, 2002 11:30 am

If you're selling them separately I'd definately take the American Airlines 727 card

e-mail: l1011dude@yahoo.ca
 
Guest

RE: I Am Selling My Large Collection

Sun Jun 09, 2002 11:54 am

Crank, I am not selling them separately. When I put them up on E-Bay, I will post the link.

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