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Old 02-28-2004, 02:10 AM
SmartBlondeGPhB SmartBlondeGPhB is offline
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Phi Psi Badge on Ebay


Sorry to crash but there is a Phi Kappa Psi badge on ebay attached to a Gamma Phi Beta badge. One of my sisters is interested in getting the Gamma Phi badge but we think it's going to go for more than she wants to pay (because it's two badges). We've been able to determine that our badge is from 1945, so yours is probably about the same age and it's from our chapter at the University of Oklahoma.

If any Phi Psi's are interested in buying the badge, please let me know and I'll put you in touch with my sister and maybe something can be worked out so everyone can win.

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Old 03-02-2004, 08:06 PM
PhiPsiRuss PhiPsiRuss is offline
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Smile Re: Phi Psi Badge on Ebay


Thanks for posting this. I e-mailed several brothers who do purchase badges on eBay, so we'll see if anyone is interested.
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Old 02-09-2018, 02:45 AM
tropicedge tropicedge is offline
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There will be thousands of pins/badges on ebay. deaths of family members estates has changed a lot in the last few years plenty of young money now that getting old possessions from passed relatives is looked over now why spend weeks or months going through items when others will come and auction off everything for you for a percentage of the sales.

I can probably purchase 3 pins a day as scrap gold from estate sales I end up melting down a few of them each month, the older ones that still look good go up on ebay and if they do not get a offer of 2 too 3 times scrap value after 2 months listing they go in the melt pile. I actually try to avoid buying them as scrap since scrap pendants or rings that are a quick repair have more of a market and faster turn around otherwise I would go ahead and pick up the 3 or more I could get as scrap a day.

I have a 5 gram phi kappa psi pin from 1951 up right now that came in with a order of gold scrap.
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