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A look at some of the weird vintage things I sold online today - Tom Ray's Day 200705

It's amazing to find things that I just think are neat and post them online to see if they sell. An old handheld game or a bake-it glass owl ornament from the 70s to name a few. I do all this to help support my art career online instead of starting a Patreon or taking on freelance work. I also show you my daily webcomic.

More vintage pop-culture items available in my eBay Store
https://ebay.to/2vMYStC

Items I sold on eBay in this video:
  • Ukiyo-E cards
  • 1994 Wolverine die-cast figure
  • Makeit & Bakeit owl
  • Vintage 1980 Melody Madness handheld game
  • Vintage 1962 Harvey Kurtzman "Who said that?" book
  • Little Rascals lunchbox
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