REXALL Vintage c1960s 20 Packs of Lorie Bubble Bath-MIP

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 10, 2008
  • Channel: Auction House

Unopened vintage packet of Rexall Lorie Bubble Bath packets. 20 packets total in four different scents: English Lavender, Pink Carnation, Blue Lilac, and White Gardenia, so t must be five of each. 11.25 oz. Packaging looks like 1960s/70s-era, but t is no zip code on the box. P-2070. Some price sticker residue on the top and on the side. Box still has original plastic covering that is torn in a couple of places and the ends of the box are a bit crushed, but it's amazing that this has survived. This looks like something that would have been given as a Christmas or birthday gift back when bubble bath was a popular gift item. With packaging, this will weigh 2 lbs. IMPORTANT NOTE TO BUYERS ABOUT P&H: My shipping charge includes exact postage (within two ounces to allow for scale variance between mine and the post office's) and a minimal handling fee (typically no more than $2 per item, but sometimes more for large, heavy, odd-shaped, fragile or international packages). Listing and selling something like a postcard for $9.99 at auction (plus P&H of $1.99) will cost the seller $1.90 in eBay/PayPal fees; sell an eBay store item for the same amount and the cost to the seller will be a minimum of $2.22, provided that the item sells the first month it's posted. T are all sorts of fees associated with having an eBay store from a monthly subscription to a picture hosting service, not to mention listing fees and a minimum sales commission of 12%. Add to that, when an item like a postcard is put in an envelope and a piece of cardboard is added, the USPS says that is now a First-Class Parcel and a 1-ounce envelope that would typically ship for $.42 now costs $1.17. Every time I reach for my cardboard, I essentially triple the shipping. While we all like a bargain, myself included, t are a lot of expenses involved with selling on eBay and accepting PayPal payments and these new postal regulations that are based on more than just package weight. Every single business that sells product builds in overhead, either into the asking price or into the P&H or both. For an eBay seller, overhead includes time and expense of locating items, getting them ready to list (cleaning, taking photos, researching what similar items are selling for), listing, buying packing supplies, ink for the printer, gas, and going to the post office, not to mention the actual cost of an item to the seller and all of the eBay and PayPal fees, including the listing fees that are charged whether an item sells or not. None of that is free. My own inventory has accumulated over 24 years of buying and selling, long before eBay, back when antiques and collectibles were regional items and consequently fewer in number and considered far more rare and thus more costly than what is available today on the Internet. It's a wholesale world out t now and to be competitive, sellers must price their items as inexpensively as possible in order to compete. The handling fee is one small way to help absorb some of the expenses involved doing business with eBay and PayPal. The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.