Greetings and thank you for adding me to this wonderful group. I have always loved the look of steampunk but I have only recently tried to bring my love of writing and steampunk together. Although I haven't had much success thus far I hope that by joining this group I can put the wind back in my sails and forge ahead. So thank you again for adding me and i hope you have a pleasant day See More
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A quick browse around the net says the answer is almost any price but being real I guess it depends on the uniqueness of the decoration and how many you want to sell and where you sell them. $50 to $150 seem to be the range and I am…"
It has been suggested that I should sell my hats. The problem is that I have absolutely no idea what to charge for them. The hats themselves are costume hats and the embellishments on them I had either made or purchased at retail. So my questions are, hypothetically speaking, if you were in the market for a hat such as these, how much would you be willing to pay for them? Basically, based off of what I do, what would you all consider to be fair market value for them?Help!See More
I have just added a post to my blog at Net Advance Retro which might be of interest to some of you. It concerns the work of the Victorian artist/engineer J. Nasmyth, who used plaster models to make astonishingly life-like photographs of landscapes on the moon.See More