Box one was BIG (so big that I had to break it down into several smaller boxes so I could lug it to my truck)
Box two was also HUGE and was full of mostly new vintage Christmas items. Yes, mostly new vintage Christmas! Whoot!
Flocked, googly eyed, scary a$$ deer, (and some Santa's)
Plus lots of random thing, tree toppers, wooden rocking horses, etc. Some will go to goodwill, most will go to eBay, and I am keeping ONLY the nativity set. Ok, maybe a random snowman. And the Shiny Brites. But that's it!
Box three was called the Glass Box, and you guessed it, it was full of breakables. Not my favorite thing to sell and ship but I saw some promising items sticking out
I'm keeping two items out of the glass box lot. Can you guess which two?
Ok box 4 was Random box of crap. Truly, it was just full of oddball junk. I bid on it because a) it was only $3.00 and b) it had this inside...
Also keeping these Holt Howard teeny tiny plates
The rest of the box was mostly junk or stuff I didn't need but still usable so it's headed to Goodwill.
Box 5 (are ya still with me?) was my priciest box. I was bidding against another lady for it and it went up to $17.00 before she finally backed out and bowed down to my master bidding skillz.
(Probably she just thought I was dumb for paying $17.00)
My last box was The Man Box. Some rando tools, rope, screws, nails, other stupid stuff. I'm sure there was a reason I bid on it but I can't recall why. Whatever, it was $2.00 and you can never have enough nails and screws right? I'll spare you pics.
So that was my big adventure today. If you've never been to an auction and bid on a box of randomness, give it a try. It's sure fun finding out what ya got! But bring a guy with you, because the lugging boxes to your truck by yourself while many dudes look on but do not offer to help you is not fun.