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  • #74087
    beautyandthepin
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    I am curious on how to buy pin collections or lots of all sorts. I’m curious on how to find or contact those who are selling bulks of pins and the price ranges that they can go for.

    Thank you in advance for your help! 🙂

    #88091
    thumbellina
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    Hi,
    If you’re still interested, email me through the forum and I can get back to you.
    I have a bulk of “new” as in vintage Disney pins that were excess and not put into stores….like Walmarts had an allotment they had to have, and what was left over, the Disney reps had to keep/sell/collect/etc…that’s what these are. My mom used to work for Buena Vista/Disney and I have a ton of pins that the stores couldn’t take.
    This is my first post in the forum, so I’m not sure if I get dm’s or email, but feel free to get in touch with me if you’re interested.
    Thanks.
    Denise

    #88981
    [email protected]
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    @thumbellina would be interested in learning more about your vintage disney pins.

    #98624
    nellyp4
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    @thumbellina I would be interested as well.

    #99153
    hosheq
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    @thumballina I would be interested in buying bulk pins you may have. you can email me at [email protected]

    #108095
    Tatianna
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    Hey,
    If you still be interested about building a pin’s collection here is my opinion.

    According to me, there are two types of collectors:
    Those who like pins in general.
    Those who like rare pins only.

    Personally I am a fan of all pins as long as they have a message. So, I don’t necessarily look only for rare pins (even if I love them too) and I buy them either in flea markets or on fashion pins websites like https://www.king-pins.fr for example (they deliver all over the world it seems).

    If on the other hand you want a “professional” collection then you’ll have to hang on because it won’t be that easy! You’ll have to be on the lookout for which pins are rare and why and then you’ll have to find them.

    For that, flea markets are still the best but if you are good you can also participate in auctions on the internet. However, it will not be the same price.

    Once you have a well-founded collection, you will be able to trade and make it grow.

    The hardest part is the start in my opinion but hey…

    You need what you need!

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