I recently abandoned selling my tarot collection on Ebay as the costs and restrictions were proving too onerous. Instead, I have set up a website with some of the items I have for sale. There are over 400 in the first batch. It has taken me a couple of months to create these listings as I have so many other things to do at present. In 2016 my collection amounted to over 2600 tarots. I have managed to sell off about 500 of these over the last few years, but there is a substantial number left to sell.
The less expensive, mass-market items, I am selling on my Amazon bookshop, so my website is more oriented to the rarer and self-published items.
Australia, South America, Canada
Switzerland, Korea, Spain
Germany, Other Europe, France
Russia, Italy, Belgium, UK.
I think my prices are fair and reflect the current market prices. I will send items out by tracked and signed service and will refund any excess postage if a customer buys multiple items. Most of my tarots are in very good condition as I do not use them for divination, and they have been stored in a safe environment.
Over the next month I hope to put my large Italian collection onto the website, followed by my Taiwanese items. I would hope to sell my entire collection over the next five years. I am 72 and will not last forever
He said somewhere ages ago - there comes a time... and if you want these things to go to people who will truly appreciate them, rather than random ebayers who have not idea and don't look after them....
I'm lucky - I have a family member who knows what I want done with my lot; if I didn't, I would make like Adam, too.