question

Okcmccoy@aol.com Okcmccoy@aol.com
Wed, 9 Sep 1998 15:56:02 EDT


In a message dated 9/9/98 9:42:29 AM Mountain Daylight Time,
listmom@mccoypottery.com writes:

<< >I am thinking about selling some of my pottery to a dealer but I don't 
 >want to
 >get ripped off. What is the percentage I should expect for her to offer?
 >Thanks. Sheryl
 >
 
 Percentage of what?  Do you know the value of the pottery you intend to 
 sell?  Are you looking for a percentage above or below that amount?  If 
 your selling to a dealer, I would expect to get less than you would 
 selling it out right.  The dealer is looking to make money too.  I 
 shudder to use the words "ripped off" where as a dealer is concerned, 
 perhaps you should be selling this stuff yourself, unless he/she is 
 offering a good amount of money, and or you need the money now.
 
 
 
 Regards,
 
 The List Mom
  >>

Listen to the List Mom, this is very very sound advice!!!!!
Robert

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