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Recently I went hunting for odds and ends that I could re-sell at a garage sale or on E-bay. Not being that knowledgeable on collectibles, I go by intuition and luckin making my choices. Most of the items I buy for re-salecost me less than $10.00. If you are familiar with theterm "economies of scale," you can see why I will never getrich with this approach. Anyway, how does a tattoo kitenter this scenario?As I pawed through one antique shop, an attractivewooden box with with a tiny brass latch caught my eye.Maybe it was the words on the top of the box that caught my attention. They stated, "Cow Tattoo Kit." It was priced $25.00. Now I knew that cows kept up with the latest trends and fashions, but a cow tattoo kit? I wasmesmerized. I opened the box and there was the neatestear tattoo kit a cow ever saw. No, I didn't know that cows had their ears tattooed for identification purposesbut years ago it was the thing to do. The completecontents of the box included a bottle of ink, two smallcontainers filled with letters and numbers, and a pliers-like hand tool for tattooing the cows ear.So here I was infatuated with a $25.00 dollar itemwhich was considerably over the budget of a junk buyerlike me. With trepidation, I made an offer of $20.00for the kit which was promptly accepted, and I tookmy trophy home. As I drove by the area dairy farmson my way, I gazed at the barns and envisioned a cowtattoo expert at work. Infinite designs danced through my head: EAT MORE PORK was one I imagined aa cow might request. My kit, however, was not to be used in any tattoo parlor; it was destined for E-bay.So many times you think you have a winner for Ebay,but this time I was convinced that I had one withthis attractive box and unusual contents. I openedthe bidding at $20.00 but before long, bids fromaround the country drove the price over the centurymark. The winning bidder paid $113.00 for the kit.A few days after I mailed the kit to the winningbidder, I received a beautiful letter praising me forthe fine item I had sold them. These people owned a large farm and collected farm memorabilia. The nice thing about selling items to collectors likethe farm family who bought the tattoo kit is thatthey are usually thrilled to acquire your offering.Everyone ends up a winner, and how can you beat that?