When it comes to selling vintage, condition is everything. So naturally the more accurate and detailed the item's description, the higher the sale price. Of course your description is only as good as the pictures that accompany it and as is the case with any selling endeavor, these things take additional time. Time being money, you have to find a balance.
Awhile back I posted a picture and link of the listing software I was using (PageMage) but ultimately abandoned this as it significantly increased the time to list an individual item. Unlike pack pulled cards, you have to carefully exam every vintage card, often under magnification and at different light angles to formulate an accurate description.
So that said, here is a picture of what I have remaining to list.
So what started as (2) 5,000 count boxes has had the proverbial dent put into it, but isn't even 25% complete. Which on the one hand means more money, yeah, but on the other hand means more time, boo. So what has this all equated to in terms of money you ask?
The project to date total in net revenue (less fees and shipping) is: $1,120.39. Of which my take has been $408.11.
If anyone is looking for vintage football, I currently have a nice RC and Star lot from 1973 Topps on eBay which you can find here.