3,901

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Anyone tell me if someone is selling a y3 jacket please? Love this jacket

3,902

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Hi all,

I'm selling loads of spare Bond books and a few figures too.

Complete set of 'Classic Library' / MJF hardbacks (only 12 of the 14 Fleming books were published in this series):
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/283540854302

On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Pan 3rd edition. Unpriced with blue titles:
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/283540876741

Action Man - The Spy Who Loved Me (mint):
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/283540883876

Complete set of seven vehicles from a promotional giveaway by Japanese Coffee maker Suntory Boss:
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/283540884354

Plus I've got loads of paperbacks listed with low starting prices. I'll combine postage if you win multiple items and charge at cost price.

All items can be found via my eBay profile which is linked to in the description.

Happy bidding!
Rob

You can view my eBay profile here.
You can view my Pan books collection here.

3,903

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

https://i.postimg.cc/XG4C9YRj/20190708-102535.jpg
Might consider selling my j crew boots from spectre or trade down a size, these are 8.5 u.s

3,904

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

FYI I believe this is the same Rick Owens jacket worn by Daniel Craig, note you have to go up one size so this would fit a 38/48.

https://www.therealreal.com/products/me … osition=22

https://i.postimg.cc/8FNntzFJ/daniel-craig-arrives-at-jfk-airport-in-new-york-08-19-2015-6.jpg

3,905

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Not strictly a Bond item but as I bought this following an Iconic Alternatives post I trust it's ok here.

J Crew Abingdon messenger bag bought as an alternative to DC's Belstaff bag. I bought one, it got lost in the post so I bought another and then the first one turned up (as it was only delayed no compensation etc was claimed). I'd like to get back the money I spent on the second bag!

It's here: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/J-Crew-Abing … Swef9dH39v

Item number: 133104793283.

Would be very happy to accept offers from members on here rather than ebay, please pm me.

My name has changed! I’m no longer dufus......now I’m DB6

3,906

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Size Medium Alfani Black CR Ocean Club Shirt

https://www.ebay.com/itm/323860218885

Thanks for looking!

3,907

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Not SA

Cajun wrote:

Size Medium Alfani Black CR Ocean Club Shirt

https://www.ebay.com/itm/323860218885

Thanks for looking!

3,908

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Bond’s budgie smugglers should anyone want them... https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre … 2720891990

3,909

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

they look like the knocks off and not SA

007 reporting for duty

3,910

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

That's what she said. I'm here all week...

Can you swim?

3,911

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Bond_Ambitions wrote:

Not SA

Cajun wrote:

Size Medium Alfani Black CR Ocean Club Shirt

https://www.ebay.com/itm/323860218885

Thanks for looking!

WTF. 

Apparently you're allowed to sh*t on people's ads in these forums?  If you actually read the listing, the description has read 'similar to' from the very beginning explicitly for the benefit of people like you.

Last edited by Cajun (18th Jul 2019 15:19)

3,912

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

CR swim trunk replicas, the blue one as mentioned on Iconic Alternatives

https://www.ebay.com/itm/James-Bond-Mov … p6nMjMu08g

https://www.ebay.com/itm/James-Bond-Mov … DvfQuOhmFg

Last edited by Cajun (18th Jul 2019 16:19)

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Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

love it  ajb007/lol

Meesta Bawnd wrote:

That's what she said. I'm here all week...

007 reporting for duty

3,914

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Is it really ‘sh*ting on’ if it’s true? Good luck on your sale.


Cajun wrote:
Bond_Ambitions wrote:

Not SA

Cajun wrote:

Size Medium Alfani Black CR Ocean Club Shirt

https://www.ebay.com/itm/323860218885

Thanks for looking!

WTF. 

Apparently you're allowed to sh*t on people's ads in these forums?  If you actually read the listing, the description has read 'similar to' from the very beginning explicitly for the benefit of people like you.

3,915

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Cajun wrote:
Bond_Ambitions wrote:

Not SA

Cajun wrote:

Size Medium Alfani Black CR Ocean Club Shirt

https://www.ebay.com/itm/323860218885

Thanks for looking!

WTF. 

Apparently you're allowed to sh*t on people's ads in these forums?  If you actually read the listing, the description has read 'similar to' from the very beginning explicitly for the benefit of people like you.

To be fair, it shouldn't have the tags "Bond" or "Casino Royale" written in the auction when the shirt for sale simply IS NOT the (same) shirt Bond really wore...
Comes of as hoping for someone jumping the gun.

The name is Walker by the way.

3,916

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

AugustWalker wrote:
Cajun wrote:
Bond_Ambitions wrote:

Not SA

WTF. 

Apparently you're allowed to sh*t on people's ads in these forums?  If you actually read the listing, the description has read 'similar to' from the very beginning explicitly for the benefit of people like you.

To be fair, it shouldn't have the tags "Bond" or "Casino Royale" written in the auction when the shirt for sale simply IS NOT the (same) shirt Bond really wore...
Comes of as hoping for someone jumping the gun.

Respectfully to you, how else would I find Casino Royale and Bond replica/substitute wear by searching?

"Similar to what was seen" was great, but "replica" would be great in the title. Would that help?

3,917

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Bond Collectors' Weekends wrote:
AugustWalker wrote:
Cajun wrote:

WTF. 

Apparently you're allowed to sh*t on people's ads in these forums?  If you actually read the listing, the description has read 'similar to' from the very beginning explicitly for the benefit of people like you.

To be fair, it shouldn't have the tags "Bond" or "Casino Royale" written in the auction when the shirt for sale simply IS NOT the (same) shirt Bond really wore...
Comes of as hoping for someone jumping the gun.

Respectfully to you, how else would I find Casino Royale and Bond replica/substitute wear by searching?

"Similar to what was seen" was great, but "replica" would be great in the title. Would that help?

I think searching for „Alfani shirt black“ would do the job just fine.
For example, my Tommy Bahama Shirts didn’t say anything on Bond and I still found the even SA one.  So there is really no need for those tags.

The name is Walker by the way.

3,918

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Bond_Ambitions wrote:

Is it really ‘sh*ting on’ if it’s true? Good luck on your sale.


Cajun wrote:
Bond_Ambitions wrote:

Not SA

WTF. 

Apparently you're allowed to sh*t on people's ads in these forums?  If you actually read the listing, the description has read 'similar to' from the very beginning explicitly for the benefit of people like you.

Troll bait taken.  Here we go.

My point is, it's not your job to be the eBay listing police.  Again, the listing doesn’t claim that the shirt is SA, so your meddling is just that, true or not.  Stay in your lane, let the mods do their job if necessary, and allow shoppers to make up their own minds.  If a buyer doesn't like the fact that the shirt isn't SA, it's their decision not to buy it. 

This is the only forum I've experienced members being allowed to add ANY critique - good, bad or otherwise, to a classified.  First, it often bumps the original post.  Second, it clutters sale threads with completely unnecessary playground BS like this.  And third, a seller should have the reasonable expectation to not tolerate frivolous input that could skew someone’s perception of a sale.

Concerning the listing's title, I add as many search terms as I feel may maximize exposure, which is somewhat subjective and at my discretion as long as it generally aligns with the description.  The listing isn't designed for internet fan forum thread-counters.  Someone may be searching for a similar Alfani shirt completely unaware of why I had the hem straightened.  They may be searching for another CR-related item and take interest in the shirt as an afterthought.  They may find it interesting enough to purchase it or recommend it to a friend.  The selling scenarios are numerous.  It's called strategic marketing and it works.

Last edited by Cajun (19th Jul 2019 19:52)

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Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

AugustWalker wrote:
Bond Collectors' Weekends wrote:
AugustWalker wrote:

To be fair, it shouldn't have the tags "Bond" or "Casino Royale" written in the auction when the shirt for sale simply IS NOT the (same) shirt Bond really wore...
Comes of as hoping for someone jumping the gun.

Respectfully to you, how else would I find Casino Royale and Bond replica/substitute wear by searching?

"Similar to what was seen" was great, but "replica" would be great in the title. Would that help?

I think searching for „Alfani shirt black“ would do the job just fine.
For example, my Tommy Bahama Shirts didn’t say anything on Bond and I still found the even SA one.  So there is really no need for those tags.

I don't know what an Alfani shirt is but I could have found this listing via Casino Royale "replica shirt". And I'd rather find CR Alfanis than look at every Alfani black shirt to find the CR replica, if you follow.

3,920

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Cajun wrote:

Troll bait taken.  Here we go.

I wish you’d taken your own advice of...

Cajun wrote:

Stay in your lane, let the mods do their job if necessary...

Or simply PM a Mod about it and then it can be taken from there...discussed in private and not ‘clutter sale threads with completely unnecessary playground BS’...

Please keep any responses to PM, please.

YNWA: Justice For The 96

The Joy Of 6

3,921

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

A replica is an exact copy/duplicate of an original, so is that the case with this item? If not, it's misleading.

3,922

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Sir Miles wrote:
Cajun wrote:

Troll bait taken.  Here we go.

I wish you’d taken your own advice of...

Cajun wrote:

Stay in your lane, let the mods do their job if necessary...

Or simply PM a Mod about it and then it can be taken from there...discussed in private and not ‘clutter sale threads with completely unnecessary playground BS’...

Please keep any responses to PM, please.

PM sent.

3,923

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

ajb007/biggrin

http://www.ebay.com/itm/233291451287

1.GE 2.FRWL 3.CR 4.FYEO 5.LALD 6.TMWGG
7.GF 8.TLD 9.TND 10.SF

"Where’s Fekkesh?” “Pyramids.” *thwap* “AHHHHHHH!”

3,924

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

Found this oddball

https://allegro.pl/oferta/aparat-cyfrow … t=item_img

3,925

Re: The Great Ebay Thread.

I just posted this on Ebay -  https://www.ebay.com/itm/113820863319?ul_noapp=true

If you've ever wanted an Omega Seamaster 2531.80, here's your chance, buy it here and I'll throw in another free "Bond" gift.  ajb007/smile Make me an offer. Partial Bond trades accepted, looking for anything Brosnan or Craig related, clothing size is the US Large.
If you're in the USA, I would love another PPK/s.

Last edited by RadioHack (26th Jul 2019 22:53)