Money Making Challenge Update

Money Making Challenge!First and foremost, I’ve received a number of emails asking me exactly what I’m selling. I’ll likely write a post later on explaining exactly how I got into selling Japanese collectibles, but currently my main focus is on pre WW2 collectibles. For those that are interested in seeing what I sell, you can do so here.

It was an interesting day listing items on eBay and I did manage to get up over 50 fixed price auctions, but of those, only 6 are for the Money Making Challenge. This is what happened.

I’ve never done a lot of selling of WW2 photos in the past, but when I saw a group of photos and book for $20 — and knew the book itself should sell for more than that

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4 Responses to Money Making Challenge Update

  1. davis says:

    Great find! Have you figured out how many of the reprints you think you could sell? Also do you think that if you sell the reprints that it will devalue the worth of the original photo? If it doesn’t, then you should start selling the reprints because the original will increase in value with time.

  2. harsha says:

    are you not bound by any copy right acts? i fear if somehow you miss inadvertantly, there lies a huge legal penalty. please take necessary steps to foolproof your earnings. all the best.

  3. pfadvice says:

    are you not bound by any copy right acts? i fear if somehow you miss inadvertantly, there lies a huge legal penalty. please take necessary steps to foolproof your earnings. all the best.

    Since these were government issued photos that have been released, I don’t believe there are any copyright issues, especially since I own the originals – but I will dig a little deeper to make sure.

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