Back at the end of March I had my birthday live sale. Today is my sister Cathy's birthday. I thought I would mention that. Happy Birthday Cathy! Shortly after my birthday live sale I started working on stuff for my NOT Breyerfest live sale, but I was also working on things for my miniatures sale. I knew that doing all of the dolls and accessories plus a ton of miniatures in one live would just be too much. I would be too tired, people would get bored, it would be super long. So I decided to split them up. My NOT Breyerfest sale was less than 6 weeks ago. But I think I am ready for the miniatures sale.
In April I started searching for wholesale bargains.Some of the items in the sale I made. A bunch of them I did not. There are some items that you can absolutely get somewhere else for a slightly lower price. Though this allows you the convenience of getting everything all in one place, all at the same time, and only having to pay one shipping charge (so in the end, maybe you can't get it cheaper). I do have a few more items on the way that MIGHT arrive on time for the sale. But I didn't want to wait any longer to get the catalog out. Click Here for the Printable PDF which has blank spaces to put the claim numbers. Those will be announced during the live sale.
I currently have 85 different items. I have multiples of most of them. I have LOTS of some items. I ended up with a mix of 1:9 and 1:12 scale, a couple of things I would say are more little bits scale (what is the ratio for that? *edit* my friend Larry tells me that is 1:24 scale) and some tablets that are definitely 1:6 scale (deceptive advertising). A few items could cross over between 1:12 and 1:9, or 1:9 and 1:6. With 85 different items I don't have time to measure every item. I did include a ruler in some photos, or a US quarter for size comparison. A lot of items were taken on the palm of my hand. The number in the parenthesis is how many of each item I have on hand. There are extra notations on the PDF that show which items can be claimed in multiples and which items I made. Happy browsing.
|Top row: Breyer stable cleaning set $12 (6), Breyer feed set $12 (4)|
Bottom row: Breyer gold Alborozo unicorn $5 (2), Breyer green Magnolia unicorn $5 (3), (not shown) Breyer red Alborozo unicorn $5 (3)
|Top row: handcuffs $5 (16), handgun $5 (4), sunglasses $4 (3)|
Middle row: glasses $5 (2), small metal clipboards $4 (6), cell phone $5 (13)
Bottom row: Laptop $5 (have 1 pink, one black and 2 silver), calculator $4 (4), 1:6 iPad $4 (one black one white
|Top Row: TV: $6 (4), plaid thermos $5 (1), metal thermos $5 (3)|
Middle row: Playing cards $2 (5), pallet $4 (20), chair $5 (12 black, 12 silver)
bottom row: folding table $6 (2 black, 2 brown, 2 white), trash can $6 (2)
|Top row: resin urns pair $10 (2), garden tools (little bits size) $5 (3), fire extinguisher $3 (3)|
Bottom row: Gargoyle $6 (4), pair of flamingos $7 (5), crown $3 (2 silver, 2 gold)
|Top row: Jack Daniels $5 (8), Scotch $5 (2)|
Bottom row: wine (assorted bottles) $2 (6), Vodka $5 (10)
|Top Row: lollipop $2 (10), scissors $3 (10)|
Bottom row: take out box $2 (6), shopping bag $2 (10)
|top row: dog treats, set of 3 $2 (3), lemon iced tea $4 (15), bubble tea $4 (10)|
middle row: cake $1 (50), hot coffee $3 (98), iced coffee $3 (98)
bottom row: Starbucks drink $3 (98), water $2 (60), apple $1 (60)
|top row: pizza slice $2 (98), ice cream cone (assorted flavors) $5 (50), BBQ sauce $2 (4)|
middle row: ketchup $2 (4), peanut butter sandwich $5 (4), french fries $5 (20)
bottom row: hamburger $6 (12), hot dog $6 (12)