Fond these in an auction box lot. Identical in size and shape, 4" high, 4" wide at base and about 3.5" wide at mouth. One featyres a hunt scene, the other a pair of "raised" horses.
I've seen similar mugs listed as "Gibson" or Staffordshire. However, neither of these have clear maker IDs, just a little dab of gold paint on the bottom. Both have three stilt marks on the bottom. Thanks in advance for any help!
I got this item from a house clean-out, and I have no idea what it is. The guy was into vintage electrical / radio / tv stuff if that helps at all. He even had it tagged unidentified.
I found this lovely doll at Goodwill, but I don't have alot of experience with dolls. I found a site online and I believe the style is Flat-Top aka Civil War head, but I also know that they were reproduced in the 1960's and 70's. The arms appear to be made of soft leather. She measures about 10 3/4" in total height. The porcelain part measures about 2" from top to bottom. I don't know when the clothes were made, the dress has two very small snaps in the back. Could anyone give me an idea of the age and/or origin of this doll?
I appreciate the help!
My package has been grinding along to its buyer for two weeks. It was sent USPS Priority padded flat rate envelope.
Is more than two weeks normal from the USA to Germany?
Today's state is Illinois. The state bird is the cardinal.
I just called into your help line and I don't feel confident that the representative got my point.
The stones are speckled light and darker blue, Lapis family? The artisan initals are LP - have searched for the LP and have waded through LP records with no help. Possibe to be Native American? Thoughts and opinions please.
#1 Looks like sodalite, middle eastern and older What do you think?
#2 Could I call these cannetille? The mark looks Egyptian or maybe Israeli, what are your opinions? The cabs look like sleeping beauty turquoise but how do I rule out glass? I also think these look older....
#3 Antique? Australian? Not marked but it gives me an Austrian vibe but I am not too good at picking that out yet, still learning!!! The bi-cones feel like glass but I think because of the weight and coldness that they might be crystal Sadly it's missing the dangle from the centerpiece but I am thinking it's not a deal breaker
#4 Is this a perfume charm? It smells like perfume and looks like an old, hardened sponge inside Can anyone date it?
Thanks for all the help I'm trying to list these for this week's sales Good luck to everyone else!
Taking a break from the tour today.
So many different ribbed patterns but so far, none I've found match this bowl. Rolled rim, squared bottom base. 9.5" across the top x 4.5" deep x 2.5" bottom base. Smooth inside, ribbed on outside. Any thoughts? TIA....
Hi, I'm not sure how to describe this bracelet. The links pull apart sort of like an expansion bracelet. I've searched under sterling expansion bracelet and sterling stretch bracelet, and not seen anything similar. Are there any other terms that could beused to describe the construction of this bracelet? The only marking is Sterling, Pat Aug 20 1907.
Thanks for any help with this.
Hope your special day is GREAT, Alex!
Mark says Sterling, Denmark and a makers mark that is very worn--looks like something B. Any help would be appreciated.
I found this token and was hoping someone can ID where it came from. On the front is says Adam Exchange Good for one drink and on the back is says Brunswick Co. The token is in an octagon shape and measures 1" across. Any help will be appreciated.
Hi - i have a pair of cloisonne floral enamel clip on earrings I believe I purchased in the 1980s. There is a mark on the back (a crown I believe) but no other name or mark. I could not find anything in trying to research the "crown" except, of course, for Crown Trifari. Has anyone seen this mark or know who the mark belongs to?
Thanks so much in advance! Mary
I'm back asking for help again. I've looked at some many patterns I am seeing glass in my sleep! This yellow, it's a lighter than my amber glass items, is one of a couple that I just can't find the pattern name or maker. Anyone know this thumbprint style pattern?
I was wondering if anyone might know who this hat box belongs to. The picture below is from a closed listing, item # 371550271726
I have only one of these but it is large (2" x 1.5") and beautiful! Is it a shoe clip?
Can anyone give me some help in finding the maker or pattern or time period of manufacture of this bowl? It is
Hi can someone please help me with this Sterling mark on this watch? It looks like TL 925 but I can't find it anywhere.
Hi all, been a while since I posted but I do come in and read everything every few days.
I keep thinking I've heard a description or name for these types of necklaces. They are all in parts but I wanted to list a bunch of things for repair and would like to know how to describe these.
Hope everyone is doing well and getting lots of sales,
Thanks for any help,
We were hoping someone could recognize the mark on this figurine.
Any help identifying the creator would be great.
It is approx 12" tall and the mark looks like a wreath over a backward and forward "E"
Thanks for looking
Have a Great Day
Rob & Tracie
Does anyone recognize this print or the artist. It was printed from the John Drescher CO., and is signed. I'm not quite sure but the signature looks like K Izolli...not pulling up anything with that name, or variations. Found one example of the print, but the dealer wasn's sure who the artist was either. Thanks for any help
Mark says Taxco, Mexico and MB in the center--I looked at the Mexican marks but can't find anything like that--any idea who it is?
I have not been able to find this pattern anywhere. I don't think it's Blue Willow. Any help would be appreciated it. It's a very tiny cup 2 1/4" tall. Espresso, Saki, Tea?
I've tried googling the names on this but it offers options wit names that are close, but not these. I think I remember someone telling me these were the 5 brothers? sisters? of Hindu mythology.
Can anyone tell me what this painting represents, please?
Found thiscool painting at an estate sale last week-end. I love the colors and the 'look'! But I can't find anything when googling 'Sisie artist'.
Thank you; I appreciate any help.
Is this one real? Name/year, if anyone knows, please. Thanks in advance!
Carteret New York label on crochet dress. Do you know the year and any information about maker ?
Does anyone know if there is a chance of this being a counterfeit? If so, is there a reputable website I could contact to authenticate it? I have more pictures, if needed. thank you!
Need some opinions on this Vintage sterling ring.
Chanel ~ real or not?.
Only marking is 925 ~ prong set chips, I haven't had them tested to see if they are real or not.
Amish buggy in Shipshewana, Indiana. Gigantic flea market, livestock auction and auction barn.
Not sure who this label is, any help would be great. Thanks so much!
USA stamped on bottom. 6" tall. Crackle or crazing marks? near middle. Thanks to all.
I am looking for assistance in identifying the piece shown in the attached images. It is a bisqe porcelain figure of a seated black / negro male with a bowl in his lap. It is just under 14" tall. I'd like to figure out the age, country of manufacture (Germany?), and purpose. Thanks.
I have a pair of the glass below. I've never seen anything like this, but then again I'm still learning... Any ideas as to what this is?
Thank you for your help, I really appreciate it!
Any ID help would be great. TIA
I'm coming up blank & yet it seems so familiar.
I bought this intriguing painting at the thrift store today....had a tag on the back that said Brewer #25 (or #75) and possibly "babies"? It has glass over pic so I didn't want to use flash but it is very different. Can anybody identify artist's signature?
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I found this bowl and think it is pretty unique... What terms would you use to figure out the ID of this? I tried looking at salad serving bowl with metal rim but I feel like I am calling it the wrong thing... Ideas?
Thank you for your help,
They almost look like a bunch of grapes from the back but the flowers and leaves don't look like they are grape anything These are wired, glass beads Help! Ty
In the My eBay section when I relisted several of my items the picture on the list doesn't show up.
It's okay when I hit the link to the item to see the posting but it's easier to be able to look at the photo
and know what item I'm looking for. Can you guys help? 2/10/16 15:44PM EST
Is this Gucci real? How old is it. Thanks!
We were hoping someone could recognize the mark on these figurines
Any help identifying the creator would be great.
They are approx 8" tall and the mark looks like a crown over an "M"
Thanks for looking
Have a Great Day
Rob & Tracie
The demilune 3 legged table is made by Kiel Furniture Co, Milwaukee, Wi. I believe it was made from 1907-1932 (stamped on bottom Kiel & name of the company changed after 1932.)
Do you know if the design on the back of the table would be called a cross? If so, was it made for a church and not home use or does it just look like a cross?
Does the table look like it is made of Mahogany?
Size of table: 26" L x 12" W x 24" H.
Thank you so much for your help.
I found this at a local thrift store & bought it because it was so cool. But I'm having a heck of a time finding out what it is - I've been told it was to sit hot pans & pots on & that it was a door knocker!
Can anyone please tell me what I have? Is it bronze?
Thanks; I appreciate any help.
Is this Prada authentic? If so, style name, era? TIA!!!
I have a no return policy. Recently I sold a Tiffany diamond necklace that the buyer first claimed didn't look as good in person as it did in the photos. I said I took the photos, they are the exact item and not manipulated in anyway. I also gave a detailed description of the item. The buyer then said "well, the truth is, it looks fake". I offered to return her money if she got any proof whatsoever that it is fake. Buyer then stated they dont care if its real they just dont like it and are going to get their refund. I have spoken to Ebays "high value resolutioin department" several times and was told that buyer would need to show some kind of proof that the item was fake or SNAD in order to reutrn it. I just spoke to ANother ebay rep who said that NO, everyone else I spoke to at Ebay was either wrong, or the notes they wrote said something different than what they told me. One guy said he would write to buyer stating that if the buyer provided proof the item was fake I would accept a return. NOW ebay is claiming THAT WAS NEVER TOLD TO ME AND NEVER HAPPENED! What????
Then the guy basically said if the buyer claims the item looks fake (yet refuses to even get it tested) they can return it. Period. Then the guy also said that if its fake its illegal to send it through the mail back to me. I said, you just contradicted yourself. If ithe buyer beleives it is fake how can they legally return it to me? The buyer is obviously lying and changed their story so many times as to why they should get to return an item that is authentic and accurately described just by saying "it looks fake to me but I wont attempt to prove it". I know the item is real and the buyer has already left me neg. feedback stating that it is fake.
The NO RETURN POLICY means NOTHING. Ebay will always side with the buyer even if it obvious the buyer will say anything to get a return. This is not fair to small sellers like myself. Ebay has frozen over $1000 in my paypal account until this is resolved and any way you slive it, Ebay is going to allow the buyer to return the item because she lied.
Am I the only one that thinks this is crazy?
By the time I pay EB fees and PP fees I have barely made a profit Any one else feel this way ?
Say you sold an expensive item, ~$1500.00, say.
Ebay doesn't let you insure an item for more than $1000.00, so you decide to ship from the post office, forgoing your online shipping discount, in order to get that extra $500 of insurance.
But you send your significant other to the post office.
You know this is a stupid idea, but you give him a list, and you tell him to read that list, verbatim, to the post office person.
Your list says:
-The address is printed on the package. Make sure postal worker enters address into the system perfectly.
-Insure for $1500.00
-Purchase Signature Confirmation
-Save all receipts
-Send me photos of the receipts
Significant other comes home without signature confirmation, because postal worker tells him he doesn't need it, because insured mail requires a signature anyway.
BUT, that's NOT "signature confirmation"... it's not the kind of thing that you can prove online.
So, let's say the buyer receives and (someone) signs for the item, but then claims via either ebay or paypal that in fact they did not receive the item. Is there any protection?
1. Paypal: No. Paypal requires the kind of signature confirmation that can be tracked online... and the "signature service" that comes with usps insurance does not meet this requirement.
3. USPS itself? Presumably usps isn't going ot cover the cost of a "stolen" item that was signed for.
Is this a situation where you could be out the item and have to refund the buyer the $1500? Is there any protection?
I recently sold a pair of Nike foe a vey low price. To day I received an email from the buyer that the sneakers arrived and they like them and want to keep them, but want a partial refund because they are not leather as my description stated.
the first line in the description states they are a combination of leather, mesh and synergic upper. This buyer has tons of feedback and I'm guessing knows want they are doing.
how should I handle this. I know they will open a case and give me a negative.
BYW the description is as per Nike.
Hi Fellow eBayers,
My grandfather, the late R.G. Smith, is counted among the greatest aviation artists in the history of aviation. I don't mean to brag, it is the truth. While I would love to keep all of his artwork, we have decided to sell a few originals (although we will stick mostly to selling prints).
I know it sounds cliche, but it's almost time to send our daughter to college.
To that end, I would appreciate input on the value of an original watercolor by a renowned artist. Also, what are these planes? What do you think is being depicted in this painting. Any suggestions on how to position the listing to prospective buyers?
I appreciate you thoughts and time,
I just sold my old video card yesterday and the guy didn't pay yet so I've been waiting to ship it. Now today Ebay sent me an email saying he is no longer registered on Ebay and he is a suspicious buyer. They cancelled his bids on my auction and said any associated fees have been credited back to my account.
So my question is: can I go ahead and do a second chance offer to the second highest bidder? Even though my auction is still showing in my sold items category. It says I'm still awaiting payment from that guy. So does Ebay need to close this case or something like that? Or should I just go on with the second chance offer and consider this matter settled?
First of all apologies for my english as it's not my native language.
To make the long story short.
About two months ago a buyer from US ordered a pair of boots from me (I am located in Poland). I've shipped them as normal (I often ship to US and never had a negative comment), but for reasons that were beyond my power the package was stuck unusually long in transit. The buyer was understandably upset as he needed the boots before Christmas. When he realised it wouldn't happen he petitioned Ebay to have his money refunded. Even though I did provide a tracking number, Ebay ruled in his favour and his payment was taken from my PayPal account. A couple of days later I got a notification that the package has finally arrived in US. I contacted the buyer and asked him kindly that since he opted out of the transaction, not to pick up the package so that USPS would ship it back to me. He agreed and told me he wouldn't pick it up.
The package arrived at his local postal office on January 2nd. When I typed the tracking number into USPS site it said that if nobody would pick up the package until February 2nd, then it would be returned to sender. So I waited. Today I've checked the tracking number again out of curiosity and saw that on February 4th the status of the package was changed to DELIVERED with the buyer's city tagged as place of destination. My first thought of course was that the guy has swindled me and took the boots at the last moment. But then I looked at the date again and noticed that the packaged was marked as "delivered" on February 4th, which is two days after it was supposed to be shipped back to me.
So now I am willing to give the guy a benefit of the doubt. Obviously I am going to contact him, but first I wanted to ask some Americans here more familiar with USPS, would he be even able to pick it up after a month has passed? Or is it possible that it's just some mix up and "delivered" is just a unfortunate status shortcut for "returned to sender"?
Any help would be appreciated.
I have some trading cards of which I have a bunch that are too low in value to sell individually. I was thinking about doing a listing where, out of a set of 60 cards, I allow the buyer to pick 10 from the list of 60 that I include in the description, once they buy the item. I would state this very clearly in both the title and description that it is for 10 cards. I would do the "multiple variations within one listing," but that is not allowed in the USA for trading cards.
Is this an acceptable listing practice? I have been researching and I can't really find much about it. If so, is there any reason why I would not want to do it (something unscrupulous buyers could take advantage of, etc.
I'd appreciate any tips!
Can anyone tell me how to find a seller using their ebay username? I've tried the advanced search, then filtered by "find a member/seller, etc..." I've even searched via the sellers email address, and although ebay admits that the seller is indeed on the site, it won't give me ANY information because I haven't bought from this seller before. DUH!!! How can I buy from a Seller that I can't find??? Help!
Good evening, all!
Just wanted to get second opinion from folks with more experience on whether I'm asking too much.
The story is as follows: I bought a few items, and was presented by seller with a choice of delivery methods - one cheaper without tracking and one costlier with tracking. I picked more expensive delivery option due to my habit to watch how my parcels are moving across the world, let the seller know of my decision and paid accordingly. To be honest, I didn't asked seller specifically if he is willing to tell me tracking number, considering this being granted.
Today it is 7 days since I paid and 5 days since items were marked as shipped out, however I still got no reply from seller regarding parcel tracking number even though I've reminded him about it. So, what do you guys think, is it normal? If not, is there anything I could do about it within ebay rules more productive then just suck it up?
Thanks in advance
It is very hard to understand how to sell on ebay, for me, even though I have been doing it for three years. I always search ebay in my spare time and get very frustrated because other sellers with less feedback score than mine sell the same items that I do with many more volume and sales. What am I doing wrong? Why won't my bussiness really take off and make me weathy, like it is supposed to do? Other ebay members sell thousands and thousands of dollars worth of merchandise, while my items, mostly, sit untouched gathering dust, can anyone suggest anything to make my sales really jump? thanks!
Any help would be grateful !!
May I have all your sugestion please
I have sent an item by priority mail from france to USA and I mention customer should recieve it within 3-7 days.
Today 10 feb 2016 customer open case not recieve and item so I check again where is the item and I found It was arrived since 26th jan.
The status shown as "the parcel could not be delivered. it will be available in the address's post office "
I have all evidence document tracking number and it was arrived on time as i was mention and ofcourse my customere were informed.
I am just wondering why customer choose to open case instead of checking the tracking number and go to pick it up at the post office.
After 15 days now an item is no longer can move back plus my paypal account is now "charge back " it was availble to withdrawn couple days ago but i didnt think there will be any probelm so I just leave it in my account.
- anybody can suggest me what should I do next I already try to contact my customer but no reply back from her ?
-I have all the evidence that I already sent an item. will I get the money back by any chance?
Searched the forums, and can't find this exact question.
What is the best way to package a DVD for mailing? I ship via USPS.
So the choice is: Small Flat-Rate Box vs. Padded Flat-Rate Envelope.
Which is optimal, to prevent any kind of damage (bending/pressure/cracking) to the DVD cardboard slipcase and plastic casing? It's a 2-pack DVD set.
I thought Small Flat-Rate Box was made for DVDs, but it seems to be straining at the sides. It looks like there's a small "bulge" at the sides. Although, is it better to be absolutely "tight," to prevent damage?
If I use the Padded Flat-Rate Envelope, I suppose I'll have to put stiffeners in the envelope, or create a makeshift box to protect the DVD.
What do you do? Please be kind . . . I do realize this is persnickety. Just want this DVD to arrive in pristine condition. :-)
I sold a fairly expensive item last night and the buyer (who had just paid) asked me if I could send it to another, nearby address (which I think is probably his work address.)
I told him, sorry, no can do, it has to be to the address he has registered at paypal. I told him I could refund his money, and then he could change it, buy it again, etc.... (No reply from him on that.)
Is that the only way (unless I just feel lucky and want to risk losing the $$$ by sending it to the non-confirmed address ?)
Or can he change his ship-to address now, after the sale, thereby allowing me to send it to the new address and still be 'protected'?
Shiipping to Japan, tracking unavailable. How do I make sure I can confirm that the buyer received the package? Any ideas?
My listings have been canceled due to listing violation. I've got a message in which I'm told the listings have been removed and selling limits have been placed on my account. There's no explanation for these listing violations and I have no idea what have I done wrong. Any advice?
Hello... Yesterday, 8 february 2016, at 08.54 AM, clock of Moldova, I paid for something but I don't know for what. I dont received any emails about this... What's happens? I know is not so much but I need to know for what I paid 1$? . Thank you an advance.
Thank you for any information you can provide. What it is, era, maker, etc.
Possibly victorian era. The top "finial-type knob" and plate are made of metal. Probably tin because the piece is very lightweight. The metal is a brass color with very ornate with flowers and scrolls. The knob has what looks like a "crest" design on both sides. The
plate" is attached with two very small tack nails; one on each end.
Peeking out from under the tin plate (at each end) is what looks like very old fragile doscolored paper.
The base is made out of wood.
My best guess is a lid of some kind but the wood is larger than the tin plate so a lid may be ruled out.
Thanks for looking!
I have selling limit as I am a new seller. I need to know, if I list an item in auction format, what happens when the bid reaches the selling limit?
Hi I believe this is Gorham mark but not sure I can not find out what pattern this is any help??
I sold an item on ebay 5 days ago and have not received a payment yet. I sent the buyer 2 invoices and emailed him with no response. I have opened the case with ebay and I have to wait until Feb 12-March 15th for a resolution from ebay. Does that mean I cannot relist the item or sell on another site in the meantime?
Please let me know. I need to sell item asap.
I listed an item as a 5 day auction. While the auction was active, I realized that I could have selected a better category for it. I attempted to change the category, but it wouldn't let me, I assume because it was still an active auction.
The auction ended today with no bidders and was put in my unsold folder.
When I went to relist it manually, it still won't let me change the category.
Is this a glitch? I couldn't find any restrictions for relisting.
I just sold my first item on ebay. The buyer received the ring last weeek and said she was very happy. After wearing it for a couple of days she now says a stone fell out. She wants me to fix it or give her a refund. It was sold as not returnable. If the stone is lost, how can I fix it? She would have had to bang the ring pretty hard for this to happen.
What should I do?
Thanks for your help
why is my dashboard rating now at 4.9 as I offer free shipping in U.S. and exact shipping elsewhere
I do not read Japanese but there is an item I like. So maybe the seller of item 151705932004 can contact me in English? Or is there a methode to make the site in English?
I am interested in this item Seiko S-840A Digital MULTI-tester, Watches, Clocks, With Instructions.
What does it costs and what are the shipping costs to the Netherlands?
With kind regards from the Netherlands.
I am so nitpicky and paranoid over these new Seller Standards that it seems I have done nothing but end up doing everything WRONG and nothing correct. Thus, I am here to ask a question and perhaps have a discussion on it. I currently have a buyer [very kind, repeat buyer] who messaged me earlier in the day stating that an item she purchased was highly loved by her friend. So much so, of course, "would I happen to have another because her friend would like one."
Of course I tell her yes (because I do), and then I go to grab the link for the customer. She messages me back and says, yes I already saw that; but this is at a higher prices."
... **crickets** .... | (<------------- cursor currently still blinking in open tab next to this one...).
I try to be optomistic with buyers and very kind but really? This just seems strange...
What do I do/say?
-- No the item was NOT on sale when she purchased it originally.
-- Yes I increased the price.
-- Buyer currently has pending open spot to leave negative feedback... 0_0
COST DIFFERENCE: Less than 3 dollars.
Do funds from sales always go to PayPal acct or can they go to seller's bank?
I sold on 4th February 2 games and buyer hasnt paid yet (11th February). What can i do in this case?
Customer Service is non-existent, just read from a script.
We are serving a three day restriction for nonsense, our first one in like 5 years or more.
Trying to talk to a supervisor is pointless.
We have been on here since year one!
Over 12k feedback, 1 negative in last year
Always top rated etc.
We are the kind of seller eBay should want, not the kind to push away.
As I was explaining to the sales rep, whom I am not sure understood me anyway,
every year we sell less and less on eBay, because we do not feel we are treated like a valued customer
First, all of our Toys, Books, CDs, Video Games, DVDs, etc went somewhere else....
Then after nonsense, we actually become a licensed auction house with live Auctioneer.... so there went more than 50% of our listings
I do still like eBay, and we do list some collectibles on here, but I do not like being treated like an idiot.
You would think in todays age of DATA and information, someone would see a report of declining sellers, and say "Wow, I wonder what is going on with that seller, we used to make $60,000 a year in fees off that guy, now we make a couple grand, and wait, his store subscription is lower, etc, etc"
Well, that is my rant for the moment, in three days we will list a few things, unless I sell them first elsewhere
Does eBay have a phone number or email address I can use to ask for help in disputing an unpaid item case claim, before the case closes? If so, can anyone tell me where to find it?
I recently paid for an auction (January 19), using PayPal, immediately following the close of the auction. A few days later the purchase history showed that the payment was being processed -- the seller still had not claimed the payment. I contacted the seller, through ebay, and asked if there was a problem and why they hadn't accepted the payment. They did not respond in writing but, oddly enough, about a week later had the item sent to me from a retail store in another state, at a greater cost to them than the cost that I paid for the item in the auction plus shipping - they were losing money. When I received the item and saw this, I again emailed them and and told them I felt bad that they had done this and offered to help if they could explain what was going on. I also reminded them that they still had not accepted my payment. They did not respond for a few days but then sent an email (the only contact I've received from them) asking me to resend the payment. I responded that I could not do that because I had already made the payment through paypal and all they had to was claim it. I also recommended they contact ebay and/or paypal for help if they were having trouble. I never heard back from them and there was no way for me to contact eBay for help at this point.
Now, a week later, I have received an email from ebay saying that seller has opened an unpaid item case against me and that I have four days to make the payment. There was no contact information in the email for me to use to ask for help. I've searched and the only thing that I can find for trying to resolve the case before it closes, I'm not sure what happens after it closes, says that I have to FAX proof of payment to ebay (and it may take 10 days for them to process - the case is only open for a few days). I don't have access to a fax machine and don't feel the burden should be on me to provide that proof (though I have ebay and paypal emails showing I've made the payment that I'd be happy to send them in an email to resolve the situation if I could). It should be easy enough for ebay to check the auction records and see that I made the payment, and I don't feel that they should ever have allowed the case to be opened in the first place, especially without an easy way for me to contact them while the case is open. I don't know if the seller is trying to pull something or is just having trouble but I feel like there is little that I can do, or have been able to do from the beginning, yet I'm being accused of not making the payment. I feel like ebay should be better able to help me and the seller -- they are making this a very unpleasant buying experience by making it so difficult for me to respond.
If anyone has maybe been through something like this and/or knows where/how I can find some help, I'd really appreciate it.
Hi has anyone veer seen a photo like this it is on a copper platenot sure if someone made this way or what???
For the uninitiaed, "UJM" stands for Universal Japanese Motorcycle, it's a term used to describe the basic motorcycle layout that was exceedingly common in Japan in the late 1970s and 1980s - and is actually still quite commonplace today.
In general terms, a UJM is characterised by an inline-4 cylinder engine, a carburettor for each cylinder, a steel tube frame, twin shock rear suspension, and a standard riding position.
My own personal pick for the greatest UJM is what is now regarded as the original UJM - the Honda CB750. This is the bike for which the term "superbike" was invented, and it's widely thought to be the basic design that was emulated by Suzuki, Kawasaki, and Yamaha.
What's your personal pick from the original UJMs?
I need information regarding this brass Phamacist measuring spoon. The spoon measures 1" x 1-3/4", the handle measures 2-1/4" long. The words "Spohn & Walter's" might have been a drug store. The word "Edelweiss" in under the words Spohn & Walters. On the underside are two "legs" that support the spoon. Any idea about it and it's value?
MY ACCOUNT WAS RESTRICTED FOR SEILING , BECOSE I,M OPENED ANOTHER ACCOUNT, I JUST USED ONE ACCOUNT HOW TO UNBLOCKED MY ACCOUNT FOR SEILING???
I am having an 10% discount sale this weekend and someone purchased an item from my store this week. To be fair, I decided to offer the discount to buyer. The buyer has not paid, therefore, I am trying to send an invoice, but I cannot reduce the price. Additionally, I am offering free shipping. Is there a way for me to reduce the amount the buyer pays by $2.00 or 10%?
Thank you for your help.
I have a buyer who has paid for five books, including full price shipping for each book. I'd like to refund them some of the shipping fees, but if I do so via Paypal, does eBay refund the final value fee? If not it changes my calculation of how much I should refund.
For example they bought five books at $3.25 shipping each, for a total of $19.25 shipping. If I want to charge them $6.00 shipping, and I refund them $13.25 from Paypal, will eBay still charge me the 9% (or whatever it is) final value fee on that $13.25? If so I only want to refund about $12 instead.
Thanks for any help with this. I must say it would be nice if I could look at an individual completed order and see what the eBay fees were; that would answer a lot of questions.
I have multi items with this pattern and I can't fine any info on it. Can someone please help me or tell me where to go? Thank you very much.