i bought this item from some antique in york last week but im not sure that is real alexander the great coin or not. Please help me Thank you a lot.
I have this fleece jacket by Chaps. Size says L (16-18).
Pit to pit measurement is 19". Checked mens sizing but mens is around 22"-24"
so could it be womens or youth? Thanks for your help. Here are the pics:
I'm having trouble with a listing that I would like to ship to US and Japan only. When I check shipping it only gives a US option. Can someone let me know what I am doing wrong? TIA
Here's the listing number: 151896152432
Screen shot of list it yourself page. I tried to click on Japan in the "Require buyers to contact you" section but it won't stay clicked after I revise. I guess I need to click somewhere else but I don't know where. This is the only listing I want to open to Japan.
Can anyone tell if these are falus coins on these cufflinks?
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I couldnt find anything on google.
Cannot even figure what it says.
Underneath written something like well569.1.04.1
Do you know the name of this pattern? Thanks very much!
Just want to see if anyone else gets whats actually happening her ein this photo....
This ceramic piece is about 6" tall and has a Fred Rogers sticker on the bottom. The bottom is very slightly recessed. It has a small hole at the top for hanging. Any idea what it is?
I don't know if anyone else has seen this. So, I was browsing a competitor's store to see if they are making sales (trying to see if it's the item or ebay)...well it's ebay. They had this advertisment in the item search results. It appeared after typing the keyword "pokemon". So, I went to see if it was on mine as well, and it is!
This is outrageous! No wonder sales are slow. When you click "shop now" it takes you to other sellers' items...
Titanic feline version
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Im at a loss for key words here, other than pink satin glass.
it seems to be ARt Deco era, but not really Art Deco style. It looks like its Czech, but its not signed anywhere. I do think its unusual to find a matching set? Id appreciate any ideas!
Looking for any info on this unsigned necklace. TYIA
Have two of these sterling bracelets - one in pinks, one blues. Anyone recognize the mark?
Old screwbacks, thought they were reverse carved, but they are not. Is "encased" the right term? Also not sure if they are six point stars or maybe pinwheels. Thanks for help!
I am do not know enough about different pottery pieces but thought this was interesting. The has a smooth, almost buttery texture. Small areas of shiny glaze over the smooth satin finish. Rich forest green. Measures 5 5/8". No marks. Thanks for any help!
My first thought was an eyeglass holder but I can't figure out what the chain would hook to?
While you're here, could the bottom left pin actually be a victory pin? Back makes me think older. TIA!!!
I thought emailing GC codes was a no no. Here it is plastered on their front page under featured auctions.
Here's a coin that just might fit into David G's collection of esoteric/odd coins...current bid only $1.49 with free shipping.
1877 Indian Head Cent 1c --Filler--138 Year Old
Sorry, David, eBay does not let me reveal the seller name or item number.
Is this a 19th(?) C. American(?) paperweight?
Looks to be either chromolithography or reversed-painted under the glass....hard to tell.
Have an entire monogramed china set but I can not figure out the Old English letter that is on them. Any help?
I found this wierd necklace, it has polmer clay beads, leather chain, and what looks to me like an alien pendant and 2 lizards on the sides, the pendants/lizards are heavy probably brass. Has anyone seen anything like this, is there a theme of lizards and aliens out there somewhere that is popular??? I am assuming this is just some random artisan piece? There are no markings on the brass.
It's a Givenchy ...apx 17 inches
I don't know which KW I shud use...Layered? Tired?
Stones - Tear drop & baguette?
Do you call the metal gun metal? it has a blackish tint to it.
I thought there was a Christmas board on ebay but maybe no longer?
Maybe someone here is familiar with these?
This is heavy glass with a brass cap.
Does anyone know the maker? age?
The pics came out orangey but it's more red.
Looking for some kind of ID on this tiny (under 5" across) tidbit server. No maker's mark; opaque yellow glass with clear glass handle. I've seen similar pieces (not identical) described as "Depression" and "stretch glass", but not sure if they are accurate. Thanks in advance for any help! PS - sorry about image clarity; camera settings must be goofy. -kyal
Orioles of some kind?
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Hello! I have this necklace and matching earrings that have me stumped. The only markings on them are what looks like a Crown & maybe upside down Tiara. It was hard for me to photo, do you know who this maker is? Also, what would you call this color of brown stone? Thanks!
These pendants appear quite old...
18th/19th C. Mughal or Persian?
The center stone on the first piece I *think* is an opal(?), not sure what the others are. The larger of the two is jade.
I also have a silver and amber necklace and earring set I believe is Mughal or Persian as well. Well post images a bit later.
ROkay, so im tryin to figure out what these tools are. Came from a lot of tools and dies and taps. Any ideas? There are some numbers marked on the bottom. See the photos. Any help is much appreciated!!! Thanks!
i cant find this marking and signature DERBY? I included a pic of the figure as sometimes the colors help any Help will be appreciated.
Hi there - Found this rug with some 1930s clothing...
from my research it looks like a Two Grey Hills Navajo rug? Does anyone have any information on how to date and price such a thing?
I have a plush Boyds Bears that my mother purchased from QVC. I have not been able to identify it - can anyone help identify this white bear with a blue jumper? Thanks so much in advance for any help! Mary
Are all 3 of these boxes French?
I'm pretty sure the enamel box dates to the 18th C., but I have no idea about the mark (looks like a wasp or mosquito ??). Does anyone recognize it?
The other 2 are porcelain. One with brass mounts and the other with a silver mount...both unmarked. Are these 19th C.(?) and any thoughts on the possible makers?
Smallest box approx: 2-3/8 in.
DOES ANYONE RECOGNIZE THE SYMBOL OR SEAL ON THE BOTTOM OF THIS ART GLAS BOTTLE?
IS IT A COMPANY OR A ARTIST?
I was hoping to get a hand with this Native American? small rug.
It measures 36" long x 16 1/4" wide.
This is not my primary area, so any info would help greatly, such as:
NA or not?
style, with the size what was it used for.
I don't know the age ~ Doesn't seem to be antique.
Hello! I found these at a friend's store today; he got them in a storage auction he won. - Are these real drums or just decorative? The nails on them are old.
If real what are they called so I can find out more about them?
I appreciate any help
Can anybody ID this mark ? I just got a set of sterling silver ware and can't find this on the web!
I was thinking of picking up this chess set listed on my local Craigslist. Does anyone have any idea what age or area it's from?
Hello.Greetings from PA I recently acquired a lot of doll clothes with some tagged VOGUE. The pics below are of untagged (except for the brown outfit with pants - that is tagge) The other sets, I am not familiar with. Do these look like VOGUE clothes and if so any info you may have would be greatly appreciated. THank you
I bought these earrings because they are really pretty, but they are also marked, just no idea by who. Any ideas? TIA
Mark shown both ways because I'm not sure which way it is suppose to be viewed.
These are pierced, so I'm figuring they are fairly new.
this is an unusual pair of bombadier wings, they are 3inch x 1 inch attached to a 21/2 inch dia, sterling target disc, the wings appear to be silver plated bronze , some of the plating is worn off, the disc is marked on back sterling with the name eagle with a star and the number 96. And is sterling silver,
the back of the disc has an attachment for a bolo style rope or cord to be used,, I have looked and looked and cannot find anything similar, I have no idea if it is even a USA piece, Does anyone have any ideas, All info will be appreicated , thank you
I bought headphone pad on May 2014
I could not get it then I sent to mail to seller by ebay
He replied me he will send to me again but I could not get it it was on Aug 2014
then I was waiting for 2 months but I could not get it
I tried to sent to mail again but I could not becase the ebay says can not find seller's ID
Any other solutions?
May 09, 2014
Headphone Earphone Foam Earpad Ear pad cover cup 54mm
( 111342079813 )
Yes sorry for late to reply you as weekend.
We could be send again to you ok??
This is we are lot of in store
I am NOT referring to the number available/number sold in individual listings. This is on the search results page. I notce that some listings have a big red Number Sold
I called eBay about this and two people had no idea how that number appears and said they would get back to me. That was a week ago. Anyone actually know what I need to do to make that show up on my listings? All of my listings are multi-quantity. All are good til cancelled. Like I said, even eBay staff can't tell me why it appears on some listings and not others.
Hi There, I have recently found this beautiful neo-classical style glazed porcelain vase. It looks antique to me (though I might be wrong), and certainly was made with a lot of style and skill. The markings don't give away too much '1533a' and I have so far failed to find anything similar in my research (after hours of looking).
It was purchased at a local estate auction (in Melbourne).
The first thing I thought was Wedgwood, and it actually looks a bit like the famed Portland Vase (though with square rather than rounded handles). It is very light for it's size (237g), and Height: 12cm, Diameter: 11cm.
It looks to have a rough finish that's typical of older pieces, and the style looks to me like the late 18th-19th century neo-classical which was popular in England at the time. However, I'm no expert on china and would appreciate any help.
Hi glassies, I found these at the free shop at the local transfer station along with a Panelled Flower goblet and a Bleeding Hearts goblet. I thought maybe these are also older?
I got a total of seven, the last photo with the measurements shows two of them. The smaller one is pretty much the same as the others. The larger one is slightly larger but the foot is quite a bit larger. Could this be a spooner?
I looked through Metz, Ruth Webb Lee, McCain and Miles/Miller, the closest thing I found was Almond Thumbprint, but it just didn't look quite right. Does it look familiar to anyone?
Thanks so much for any help
I am hoping someone can point me in the right direction on this glass. It was mold blown (the flowers are indented on the inside) into a 4-part mold. The flowers look like they may be based on dahlias to me.
I got this at the free shop at our transfer station. I don't know why I took it, it just looked older to me. The top is ground smooth.
Thanks for any help
I have a 13-piece amber colored ceramic manger set. There are the three wise men, donkey, cow, sheep, baby Jesus, Joseph, Mary, cow, boy with sheep, shepphard. These have a very high shiney gloss to them and are a bronze, amber color. They have a nice
weight to them. Any information would be very appreciated.
Thank you so much!
Any thoughts on who might have made this large abstract stoneware pitcher or vase?
Buyer wants me to ship a 200 dollar phone to a locker service. That company will then ship the item to them in the Dominican Republic.
Buyer has made arrangements with the second shipping company. All I have to do is ship it to them.
I am afraid if the item is damaged when shipped by the second company, I will end up being responsible.
Item is paid and I said yes to his request, but now I have doubts. What should I do?
...of course they didn't pay and I was refunded the FVF.
I now am over my 6k sales limit and cannot relist the PS4, and in addition, my account has basically been frozen for the entirety of the christmas season.
Is there anything I can do?
This is probably the third time I've run into this now, and it's starting to get on my nerves. The first time was a seller in Singapore who charged the international flat rate for a record (as in an old 78) which was about $4.50, then turned around and said he needed $30 after the sale which I refused. His excuse was Ebay had him "listed wrong" even though he had dozens of items for sale, and it was all my fault as I was supposed to wait for an invoice. (????)
Now it's a US seller who had a radio (old tube type) for sale, which had a calculated price of $13.20 That seemed really good, but not unrealistic. First thing the seller asks is am I going to pick it up (from 800 miles away) and then wonders how I was able to get a shipping cost, and finally said he/she would query shipping companies. This thing is not that big or heavy.
If I'm able to close a sale and calculate the shipping, can a seller really decide later it needs to be more--as in they knew it would be a lot more than a default amount, and should never have listed it that way? Literally all this person had said in the auction was "buyer responsible for shipping."
Second, if I'm not prompted to ask for a total and can still checkout, can a seller still get away with insisting I should have asked for an invoice/total?
And lastly, is there anywhere in Ebay's policies that tells someone they can't have the auction set one shipping price and then decide later it's another higher price?
It's not like a seller lists a price in good faith and then goes to the post office and finds out it can't be shipped by them and has to go by a truck, this seems to be a really blatant cheap shipping price per Ebay's system and then, "well, despite whatever Ebay suad, the actual cost is going to be more, you should have realized that." And it's also not "Well I thought it would be $3.00 and it's $4.50," the Singapore seller wanted several times what the original shipping cost would be, and this person seems likely to do the same.
And even if it does comes down to the seller won't budge, how can it be handled via Ebay that suddenly that steal at $100 is now going to be $150? I don't like the idea of paying one price via Ebay and then more via seaprate Paypal invoice.
So, in the past few months I've found a couple of people using my photos as their own main photo, when listing the same items.
Today I found one by chance, because I did an eBay search of the brand Corey Lynn Calter, I happened to run across someone else's listing of a top that I also sold recently, but the picture is mine. I mean, I take my pics on a hanging bust in my dining room-I know my pictures, you know?? I clicked on it and double checked, and yes they are mine.
Anyway, my listing is over, but it does annoy me. What are your thoughts on this? Would you say something? Or should I just move on?
No I don't have any kind of watermark. No my pics are not anything super fancy-or special, but I do take a lot of time taking them.
Please no negativity, just curious about other seller's thoughts! Thank you!
Hello. I just received payment from a buyer in the form of an e-check, though it was through paypal. I didn't even know this was a method of paying so I am thrown a little for a loop. It says the check will take 5-6 days to clear.
The question I have is do you always wait for it to clear to send or do you send presuming it's a safe bet that it will clear? The buyer has had the account since 2011 and has over 1600 feedback.
I would like to drop them off at the PO tomorrow morning but not if it's considered too risky,
I have a question now for my fellow sellers. I and my neighbor order quite a few things from A and I hate the thought of throwing out those boxes.
I have seen quite a few threads by buyers miffed that they bought something on eBay but it was shipped from Amazon. So worried that a buyer might think I was drop shipping, (not that there's anything wrong with that) I have been hesitant to recycle the Amazon boxes for my sales. Most of mine go in Priority boxes but for the ones that don't fit in the FRB, I would like to reuse the ones from A. They're really nice sturdy boxes.
Anybody had any negative reaction from a buyer for doing that?
hi,, i have an easy 14 day hassle free return.. but i had a buyer try and return something on the 30th day(raised a red flag,like she was trying to game the system,thinking it was 30 day return policy)...
in her return request,, she clearly states she changed her mind,, and that the seller was great,, .. i called ebay and they said i can deny the return, and won't be penalized because it's outside my return period..
ok,, so i know to be wary of her trying to open a paypal claim,, but i beleive because she didn't say it was not as described, and clearly was happy with my communication and service.. paypal should deny her claim,,if she tries to open one...
anything else i'm missing??
i don't know why she waited til the 30th day,, she communicated with me soon after the sale and asked for a partial refund.. because she's not sure she likes it.. i told her i would give her a 10 dollar refund, or she can return it under my return policy..
then i heard nothing until today,,which is the 30 th day after she purchased,, 24th day after she received it...
thanks in advance,, im trying to preemtively cross my t's and dot my i.. so to speak..
I'm looking to buy a certain item which the seller offers "No returns or exchanges" for, but it is covered with the eBay Money Back Guarantee.
Now, if I buy the item and it turns out to be faulty, and since the seller doesn't accept returns, does it mean I should contact eBay first?
The problem is that ebay says in case of problems we should contact the seller first, but he/she isn't accepting returns in the first place, so how should I approach this situation?
I'm really interested in buying the item but the "no return" thing is making me nervous.
I just received Negative Feedback from a bidder that won an item 24 hours ago and did not pay! This person contacted me 24 hours after they bid on the item within the last few seconds (outbid other bidders) and said they could not afford to pay for the item! I simply replied that since they won the item within the last few seconds by outbidding other potential bidders, I expected them to pay! The buyer responded and said they would leave negative feedback because I would not let them "NOT PAY" for the item. I already sent EBAY a message concerning this issue and do not expect anything to be done! EBAY customer service is not SELLER friendly. An unpaid item case will open up tomorrow (48 hours) and I will see if this person will pay. If not, they will receive an unpaid item strike.
One more note concerning the bidder. They sell a lot of items on EBAY and have plenty of feedback (good and bad), so they can afford to pay for the item.
Is there anything I can do about the negative feedback since it came 24 hours after the person won the item and did not pay?
Thanks for suggestions and comments
Hi,I am using a new camera that put a date stamp on my photo.I was able to crop the stamp out on some photos ,other have some or all of the stamp on the photo. Are they allowed as my pictures or do I have to reshoot my photos? It is about 25 items with 8-12 photos each.
I have always had to log into paypal before I make a purchase. Now it does not even make me log in. What happened? I want to login to paypal first and was happy with how checkout was.
Simple question. How long does a buyer have from the sale date to return an item that they are unhappy with? The ball is in their court, so to speak. Just wondering how long I have to wait for them to return it for a full refund. Thanks!
Did eBay do away with being able to schedule auctions?
Hoping someone can help me. I'm trying to do an online label directly on the USPS website (NOT via PayPal) to an APO box. I don't know where the package is going. Zip is 09128, so I assume it's overseas. Address is APO, AE. USPS website asks for the country I'm sending to, but I don't know what it is. Can anyone tell me how to do an online label? Also, do I need to to a customs form?
Thanks so much!
hello ..i wrote a wrong carrier on my return details ( i wrote ups but my carrier is usps)..how can i fix it??
can i sell my worn high end designer men's underwear briefs and boxer briefs in reg or adult listing?
I had a listing from last July. I would like to re-list it, but I can't find it in my account. (it only goes back 60 days) Any way to find it and re-list it?
Someone bought my cups and saucers so fast I didn't have time to list the extra slightly damaged ones. I have emailed the customer offering the matching damaged ones at a lower price so that he/she can have first refusal and so they can all be shipped together if purchased.
What I don't know is how to make this sale through ebay without listing it (if the customer is interested). Can someone help?
I am wondering if eBay should set up "safeguards" for Sellers to protect them against impulse Bidders/Buyers who don't read Item Descriptions before they commit to buying?
(Before a Bidder or Buyer is able to place bids or "Buy It Now", shouldn't eBay have in place a Terms and Conditions clause?)
This is how it can work...
-The Bidder or Buyer sees something he/she is interested in...
-The Bidder places a bid...but before the bid becomes "official," the Bidder must click on the Terms and Conditions box, which reads, "I have read the Sellers's Item Description, and I am aware that this item is, "Used, in vintage condition; cracked on one side, soiled and is yellowing...etc"
-For the Buyer who wants to make an instant purchase, the same Terms and Conditions clause shows up, "I have read the Sellers's Item Description, and I am aware that this item is, "Used, in vintage condition; cracked on one side, soiled and is yellowing...etc" (The Buyer clicks on "Buy It Now"...read the Terms and Conditions...and accepts these terms by clicking on the box...and then this statement shows up, "You have just agreed to purchase this item...which payment method do you prefer...?")
Hopefully, by accepting and agreeing to a Seller's Terms and Conditions before bidding or buying, will "help" eliminate careless impulse buying, returned items, negative feedback to Sellers and other problems...
Hi, so user with zero feedback bought my stuff and paid immediately.
Account name does not make any sence, seems like random SPAM bot and become member from a day when bought item from me.
So what should I do? Send item or cancel the order?
I tried to contact that facility, but no one has returned my calls, I understand the want a refund, saying the purchased it for an event earlier in month and that has come and gone, its has been 20 days since I shipped it, my question is if I just refund the purchase without going thru the ebay resolution center, and when and if the item delivers, does ebay or I ask for them to send the item back to me, or do they just get to keep it, and the refund? Thanks again I get it that there frustatred and over it, but I'm also not in the business to ship iems for free to buyers just to have.
I listed an item for auction. Do I have to accept the bid at the end of seven days no matter how much it is?
I have posted a question - and it was changed between my posting and how it appeared on the board. I wanted to know what to do as a seller when the buyer claimed the the item wasn't as described - despite the fact that it was a vintage doll and I showed it from all sides - and eBay refunded the payment. I got the doll back with a large dog bite to the face that tore into the head. I have an unsalabe doll and no money.