I always get a bit overexcited when I hear an auction is coming to town, especially one with big lots of toys.
Last week I attend a jumble sale and auction. Both running via the same organisers on the same site, just different rooms.
Boy, did I have my eye on a lot of treasure… Some I won, others… Sadly not!
I bagged a fantastic lot of toys. These were in one lot and included…
Two limited edition bears ( one called Hayley and the other named Bailey). These are in mint condition and I’ve seen them fetch a few quid on eBay recently.
A very cute but cool Noddy that speaks a few words when his tummy is pressed.
A large Upsy Daisy from “In The Night Garden”
A soft bodied “Bob The Builder” rucksack.
As mentioned all the toys came together as one single lot. However, during the course of the auction, there was some mix up with the toys located next to those up above. The guy had announced the two separate lots as one. I actually won the biding at £6 and it was only following my win did a buyer point out the mistake. I was asked what lot I thought I was bidding on and I explained that I thought that I was bidding on both as one.
Because of the mix up I was asked if it would be ok to sell the other lot and I could keep the above for FREE… Yes, FREE!
What a result that was.
The other items were not really of interest and I would have only passed them on and kept these anyhow.
Nonetheless, I did spend a little money as I also brought a beautiful bike for the toddler which I won for £7, a whole box full of lamps and shades (including vintage and crystal) for just £1, and lastly, a stunning shabby chic vintage tea set, that I’m in love with.
I’ll be sure to share some pictures of those over the coming weeks.