Cash for your Crayon Finds
Remember back in the Wild West era of the United States when all you had to do to find somebody was put out a bounty for that person and distribute a bunch of wanted posters? Once you did, invariably a host of bounty hunters and other general citizens would begin the search on your behalf. All you had to do was pay them for their find.
Fast forward over a hundred years and what you have is the internet to allow you to do the same.
Now I have well over 2,000 different crayon boxes from 2 crayons to 200 crayons, from the 1800s to current, from foreign to domestic. Thatís probably somewhere in the vicinity of 60,000 different crayons!
Do you have what it takes to find something I donít have? Something Iíve been looking for? Youíd be surprised at some of the recent crayon boxes I donít have (and also some of the rarer old boxes I do). Hereís your chance to be that bounty hunter and find that rare crayon box Iím looking for. Why? Because a box of crayons sells for only a couple of dollars but I buy a box of what Iím looking for at top dollar. How would you like to make $200 for a box of crayons? Time to start checking those neighborhood sales, the antique stores, friends, neighbors, old teachers, you name it.
Below is a list of those crayon boxes Iím looking for and the price tiers Iím willing to buy them at. Of course, condition is a factor. If you find me one that looks like a herd of cattle went over it you may not get full bounty. That isnít a wanted dead or alive poster! As to the crayons, they can be there or not; preferably there. I donít barter for the low-ball price; I give more than a fair deal and those who look for me know that which is why they contact me first.
Please note that Iím looking for EXACT versions of what I picture when it is a Crayola item. There are many small variations for a lot of their boxes; check carefully.
WANTED - $300!
WANTED - $200!
WANTED - $100!
WANTED - $75!
WANTED - $50!
WANTED - $30!
WANTED - $20!