Where to sell homemade darkroom sink?

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by Kathy C., Jul 20, 2004.

  1. Kathy C.

    Kathy C. Guest

    I live in the St. Louis, Missouri, area, and have a homemade (plywood
    sealed with resin) darkroom sink that I need to get out of my garage.
    This belonged to my ex -- he didn't want to take it when he moved out
    last year.

    Any suggestions on the best way to sell something like this in the
    used market? I don't want many $$ -- is there a market or specialized
    website to post items like this? I have already used a local
    classified ad with no responses. I haven't yet tried eBay.

    Thanks very much for any ideas provided!
     
    Kathy C., Jul 20, 2004
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  2. Kathy C.

    Mark A Guest

    Ebay or rec.photo.darkroom.marketplace. If you have never sold on Ebay, ask
    one of your friends if they will list it for you.
     
    Mark A, Jul 20, 2004
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  3. Kathy C.

    jjs Guest

    If that ain't the most clever singles-ad I've ever read.
     
    jjs, Jul 20, 2004
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  4. Kathy C.

    Mike Guest

    A sink won't be practical to sell on eBay. I suggest that the original
    poster gives it away if she doesn't want to throw it out. Find the local
    photo clubs and see if there is any interest.
     
    Mike, Jul 20, 2004
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  5. Kathy C.

    Mark A Guest

    Ebay or rec.photo.darkroom.marketplace. If you have never sold on Ebay,
    ask
    I sold a Soloflex on Ebay which weighed over 125 lbs. You just have to
    understand that the item cannot be shipped (economically) and someone will
    have to pick it up. There are photographers in the St. Louis, Missouri
    area. But don't expect more than $25 for it.
     
    Mark A, Jul 20, 2004
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  6. Kathy C.

    Mike King Guest

    I was just given a 6' stainless steel sink with mixing panel, you can try to
    get something for it but if you want it out of the garage quickly--give it
    away.
     
    Mike King, Jul 21, 2004
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