Auction Watch #285

We all knew this figure wouldn’t sell.

But as I looked through eBay, for new listings, but there wasn’t anything. I could repeat my thoughts from last week but I don’t want to write it and you don’t want to read it.

It looks like after nearly 10 years Auction Watch is going to die because eBay has become pointless. What is there to say about the same overpriced shit?

Hopefully there will occasionally be an Auction Watch, but I don’t think it can ever be a weekly feature again. Even if there is an auction with a $0.99 opening bid, what is there to say about it? One sane voice in a sea of insanity.

Good night sweet Auction Watch. You’re gone far too soon.

So close to 300; you should have lived to 1,000.

O God,
by whose mercy the faithful departed find rest,
send your holy Angel to watch over this grave.


  1. #1 by Brian on April 12, 2019 - 11:05 am

    maybe focus on the auctions that sold during the week and why you think they sold. I enjoy looking at those and seeing if i missed any good buy it now auctions

  2. #2 by Valerie on May 12, 2019 - 3:00 pm

    Just a quick question about listing these. I’ve spent a while on here and the suggested other sites and am grateful for all of the info. I have had a tub of them for a while and knew they were familiar but it wasn’t until my brother came for a visit that they got named (excitedly!) then I found y’all. Anyway I’ve identified them all but am wondering if it’s worth writing all of that out in a listing. I don’t really do eBay because the fees have gotten out of control for sellers. Looks like most just say x amount of figures. I have 50ish and nothing super special so far. Just curious. Thanks!

  3. #3 by Chad Perry on May 13, 2019 - 10:15 am

    Don’t waste your time.

    Spread them out, take a good, clear picture, and start the auction at $0.99. That’s the easiest, fastest, and best way to sell them.

    Or sell them on

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