“I Thunk for Junk!” Round #7

One of these groups of magazines sold recently for $180.00 on Ebay. Can you guess which magazines sold for this high price? (answer at the bottom)

Lot of 8 issues of Domino magazine from 2007

Lot of 9 issues of Cottage Living magazine from 2008

 

Lot of 10 Martha Stewart Halloween Edition magazines from 1998-2009

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Answer: The lot of Domino magazines sold for $180.00 on Ebay.  Domino magazine discontinued its publications in 2009. However, there must have been many loyal followers as single and multiple issues do very well when it comes to reselling.  The Cottage Living magazines went for $47.00 and the Martha Stewart magazines sold for  $35.00.

Here is a list of recently discontinued magazines. I haven’t researched all of them…but I’m sure there are some that people are still trying find.

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4 Responses to “I Thunk for Junk!” Round #7

  1. shannon says:

    I knew it!
    I actually subscribed to that magazine when it was ‘funct’. (as opposed to de-funct…:) )
    I’ve kicked myself a million times over the fact that I gave them away when I was done in a de-cluttering process. I know the person I gave them to didn’t keep them either.
    I keep hoping a stray issue will unearth itself in all my ‘junk’. 🙂

  2. Van says:

    And to think I’ve been “Good” and passed up Domino magazines at yard sales because I have too many magazines already. Never again!

  3. Alyssa says:

    You know, I’ve recently begun thinking about cleaning out some of my magazine collections. Your post makes me think I should take a look at resale before deciding what to do with them.

  4. Jessica says:

    Wow, I get Cottage Living (or is it Costal Living? Or both? My husband teases me because I get the whole Living series, Southern Living, etc.) and I think I pay less than that for a subscription in the first place. And I just recycle them when I’m done. Doh.

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