Monday, June 15, 2015

Blatant Self Advertisement - ebay auctions

In order to help recoup the cost of repairing my main cogitator and help squirrel away some extra fun money for the rapidly-approaching GenCon I spent some time this past weekend sorting through the finished minis to see what I couldn't bear to part with and what could go up on the block. The first wave of stuff has gone up on eBay, including all of the painted heresy-era Mechanicum I've completed thus far,


A pair of Knight Paladins and the Cerastus Castigator,


Some pointy-eared gits,


...And a couple old and out of print books.


Link to the auctions here! More to come over the upcoming weeks as I delve ever deeper into the Closet of Doom...

6 comments:

Greg Hess said...

Best of luck with the auctions!

Siph_Horridus said...

Mordian7th, confused, the auctions list how much it is for International shipping, but the item description says you won't ship? I may have just bid on the Vorax Mandible and watching a few others? Will you post to me, or shall I withdraw the bid.

Best of luck anyhow. Hopefully these will secure enough funds for the next project!

Dai said...

Good luck on those sir!

Mordian7th said...

@Greg Hess: Thanks man! The computer repair ended up being more expensive than I'd hoped. Drat!

@Siph_Horridus: I am so sorry man, looks like they've changed how the exclusion lists worked and I'd missed it. Shipping overseas usually ends up being more expensive than the cost of the item and as such I generally don't. As a known good person I'm happy to leave your bid in place, but we'll need to figure out the shipping costs separately if that works for you. Again, my apologies for that - I've updated the preferences so hopefully there will be less confusion in the future.

@Dai: Cheers bud!

Siph_Horridus said...

That's okay fella, if I get something, we can sort out postage separately no probs. you know where my corner of the blogosphere lurks ;)

Rory Priest said...

Gold luck with the bids. Some great stuff there. I sent the links on to a few people over the right side of the pond that might be interested.