Tuesday, February 20, 2007

New auction site benefits animals

Barry Tuddenham of www.ebarry.ca writes, "We are a charity that has developed an auction site for selling stamps to raise funds. We have a LOT of stamps, but are not sure how to price all of them... everything from a Penny Black on cover and a USA1a on cover on up.....about 1,000 listed so far, and a lot more to come!"

Barry will be selling stamps (and other items) from the site to help raise funds for animal sanctuaries and pay for pet of the week features in various newspapers to help smaller sanctuaries adopt out pets.

He's requesting Round-Up readers to visit the site and give him ideas as to fair starting prices.

Barry says, "All they need to do is go to www.ebarry.ca , log in and enter "future listing" in the search box. There they will find the ones we have listed to date. Then if they can leave comments as to values and descriptions, it would REALLY help! We have LOT more that we can list if we know there is help to be had!"

Barry will be listing a few quality stamps at .99 each day. Since there aren't too many people buying stamps until the site gets more known, you could pick up some real bargains.

You are also welcome to list your own stamps (or anything else)to help raise money for stray dogs and cats.

For more information, click here.
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posted by Don Schilling at 12:01 AM