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Avon collectors

Posted by vannie (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 7, 14 at 18:07

We just bought a house that had an
Avon Florentine lady in the original container, down to the wrapping inside. Anybody know if there's a market for that kind of stuff? I found a lot on e bay and the prices really varied. Any Avon collectors out there?


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RE: Avon collectors

I don't think they are worth anything anymore. When you check ebay, check "completed sales". That will show the sold prices or if it didn't sell. That is the true value.


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RE: Avon collectors

It doesn't appeal to me except it's in the original box and liner. I'm gonna ask my Avon gal if she knows--I'd be happy to give it to someone. We bought a house and the man left almost everything there, including the furniture, tools, etc. Everything but his clothes, so we've got a house full of stuff to get rid of. I'd never seen on of these Avon things before.


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RE: Avon collectors

It doesn't appeal to me except it's in the original box and liner. I'm gonna ask my Avon gal if she knows--I'd be happy to give it to someone. We bought a house and the man left almost everything there, including the furniture, tools, etc. Everything but his clothes, so we've got a house full of stuff to get rid of. I'd never seen on of these Avon things before.


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Go into the etsy and ebay sites and you can see whats listed and what has sold and for how much and it will give you a general idea of what you may like to sell yours for. People collect all kinds of things and they do have some value to someone. Hope this helps.


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Thanks, teddybear. That's true--I collect giraffes. Lol


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