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 Author: beaverbrick View Messages Posted By beaverbrick
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I think it's something to do with getting the data out of BrickLink, which
is the issue.
I'm sure I was reading a post about it (found it)...
https://github.com/rgriebl/brickstore/issues/80

It's a very long post, but if you scroll all the way to the bottom, the BrickStore
programmer summarises all the issues



In Price Guide, Royroy writes:
  In Price Guide, Royroy writes:
  In Price Guide, beaverbrick writes:
  It doesn't work basically... I've seen a few posts about it recently.
Just because BrickStock is very outdated now and hasn't been updated for
a long time.

I'd recommend changing to BrickStore which is actively developed and maintained...
https://github.com/rgriebl/brickstore/releases


In Price Guide, Royroy writes:
  Is anybody else having problems with BrickStock or is this problem only on my
side?

When setting some minifigures to the price guide I receive 0 back. Also when
the item is highlighted there is no sales info.

For instance:

 
Minifig No: cas328  Name: Fantasy Era - Skeleton Warrior 2, White
* 
cas328 (Inv) Fantasy Era - Skeleton Warrior 2, White
Minifigures: Castle: Fantasy Era

There is definitly sales info on that on Bricklink but I receive 0.
Everything (database and version) is up to date. Can anybody give it a try and
see what happens please?

Thanks for your reply. I am actually using Brickstore for almost everything...I
am just not convinced about the pricing and uploading from there because it gave
me a lot of errors and werid behaviour all over the place, so for that part I
was still using Brickstock. Looks like I have to go all in with Brickstore then...

Is anybody using Brickstore for EVERYTHING when running a store?

Brickstock's price guide now works fine on the same file btw...
 Author: Royroy View Messages Posted By Royroy
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In Price Guide, Royroy writes:
  In Price Guide, beaverbrick writes:
  It doesn't work basically... I've seen a few posts about it recently.
Just because BrickStock is very outdated now and hasn't been updated for
a long time.

I'd recommend changing to BrickStore which is actively developed and maintained...
https://github.com/rgriebl/brickstore/releases


In Price Guide, Royroy writes:
  Is anybody else having problems with BrickStock or is this problem only on my
side?

When setting some minifigures to the price guide I receive 0 back. Also when
the item is highlighted there is no sales info.

For instance:

 
Minifig No: cas328  Name: Fantasy Era - Skeleton Warrior 2, White
* 
cas328 (Inv) Fantasy Era - Skeleton Warrior 2, White
Minifigures: Castle: Fantasy Era

There is definitly sales info on that on Bricklink but I receive 0.
Everything (database and version) is up to date. Can anybody give it a try and
see what happens please?

Thanks for your reply. I am actually using Brickstore for almost everything...I
am just not convinced about the pricing and uploading from there because it gave
me a lot of errors and werid behaviour all over the place, so for that part I
was still using Brickstock. Looks like I have to go all in with Brickstore then...

Is anybody using Brickstore for EVERYTHING when running a store?

Brickstock's price guide now works fine on the same file btw...
 Author: Royroy View Messages Posted By Royroy
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In Price Guide, beaverbrick writes:
  It doesn't work basically... I've seen a few posts about it recently.
Just because BrickStock is very outdated now and hasn't been updated for
a long time.

I'd recommend changing to BrickStore which is actively developed and maintained...
https://github.com/rgriebl/brickstore/releases


In Price Guide, Royroy writes:
  Is anybody else having problems with BrickStock or is this problem only on my
side?

When setting some minifigures to the price guide I receive 0 back. Also when
the item is highlighted there is no sales info.

For instance:

 
Minifig No: cas328  Name: Fantasy Era - Skeleton Warrior 2, White
* 
cas328 (Inv) Fantasy Era - Skeleton Warrior 2, White
Minifigures: Castle: Fantasy Era

There is definitly sales info on that on Bricklink but I receive 0.
Everything (database and version) is up to date. Can anybody give it a try and
see what happens please?

Thanks for your reply. I am actually using Brickstore for almost everything...I
am just not convinced about the pricing and uploading from there because it gave
me a lot of errors and werid behaviour all over the place, so for that part I
was still using Brickstock. Looks like I have to go all in with Brickstore then...

Is anybody using Brickstore for EVERYTHING when running a store?
 Author: beaverbrick View Messages Posted By beaverbrick
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It doesn't work basically... I've seen a few posts about it recently.
Just because BrickStock is very outdated now and hasn't been updated for
a long time.

I'd recommend changing to BrickStore which is actively developed and maintained...
https://github.com/rgriebl/brickstore/releases


In Price Guide, Royroy writes:
  Is anybody else having problems with BrickStock or is this problem only on my
side?

When setting some minifigures to the price guide I receive 0 back. Also when
the item is highlighted there is no sales info.

For instance:

 
Minifig No: cas328  Name: Fantasy Era - Skeleton Warrior 2, White
* 
cas328 (Inv) Fantasy Era - Skeleton Warrior 2, White
Minifigures: Castle: Fantasy Era

There is definitly sales info on that on Bricklink but I receive 0.
Everything (database and version) is up to date. Can anybody give it a try and
see what happens please?
 Author: Royroy View Messages Posted By Royroy
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Is anybody else having problems with BrickStock or is this problem only on my
side?

When setting some minifigures to the price guide I receive 0 back. Also when
the item is highlighted there is no sales info.

For instance:

 
Minifig No: cas328  Name: Fantasy Era - Skeleton Warrior 2, White
* 
cas328 (Inv) Fantasy Era - Skeleton Warrior 2, White
Minifigures: Castle: Fantasy Era

There is definitly sales info on that on Bricklink but I receive 0.
Everything (database and version) is up to date. Can anybody give it a try and
see what happens please?
 Author: smekel View Messages Posted By smekel
 Posted: May 17, 2021 20:29
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In Price Guide, starbeanie writes:
  It's frequently used to build tanks.

On interesting, thanks for the heads up. I wonder if a new MOC tank has become
popular.

  

In Price Guide, alexwilcox writes:
  
  However, while seemingly high for what it is e.g. $4-5, the price has been fairly
stable over the last 6 months. I came across another piece: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogPG.asp?P=13269&ColorID=85
which has those same features, except 6 months ago, the average sale price was
about $1 but this month it's over $11. Even if taking out the $24 and even
$14 outliers, it's still probably pushing $10. Does anyone know why this
piece is all of a sudden in demand for a high price?


It was only produced in 2 sets that were released 6 years ago.

Unless lego release it in another set then the price is only ever going to go
in one direction.

Yup, but I've come across other parts like that which no one seems to care
about and in this particular case, no one seemed to care about it 6 months ago.
 Author: smekel View Messages Posted By smekel
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In Price Guide, skvely writes:
  In Price Guide, smekel writes:
  Does anyone know why this
piece is all of a sudden in demand for a high price?

There may be a valid reason I don't know about (popular MOC, etc), but I'm
guessing it goes something like this: Available pieces all got sold at $1-$2
range, remaining pieces were at a higher range, some sold, which skewed the current
data, new listings were put at similar high prices to current remaining high
price listings, and voila, there is now a new "average price". And it will stay
like that until enough people are willing to undercut the price to get the sale.

One thing I've noticed is that for the most part, people are willing to pay
a lot more money for pieces than the 6-month average or most listing prices.
They generally won't if they don't have to, of course, but considering
the cost of shipping is often higher than the cost of pieces, doubling or tripling
the cost of individual pieces often makes no difference to the buyer, it's
large inventories that make the sale. There are lots of people on this site with
(apparently) plenty of disposable income, who don't care too much about a
few dollars here or there if they can get it one order (or get it at all, if
an inflated price is the only option).

Moral of the story is I think you should definitely take the 6-month average
with a grain of salt. If you have a decent-enough inventory, you will still get
plenty of sales at prices higher than the average. But as you noticed, it's
worth checking your listings every once in a while to see if you can push your
prices up a little to a more "true" market value (what people are actually willing
to pay).

Indeed, thanks for the thoughtful response. I have been working on building up
my inventory since reading through the forums and my limited experience trying
to complete sets via wanted lists definitely makes it seem like a big factor
is on whether one makes a purchase is how many of the pieces can be purchased
from a single store. And as you mentioned, price does play a part but certainly
not a few cents here or there, even if it does add up with enough pieces.

I have noticed a few times where I'll find let's say, 40 lots from one
shop and 38 from another yet the total price can differ by tens of dollars. When
I look at the proposed cart in detail I'll see a couple of pieces at what
seem like ridiculous prices, so there's a limit of course as to what an individual
will just deal with.

There have been a few other instances where I've been surprised in the opposite
direction i.e. I come across a piece that seems cool and unique only to find
that it's "worthless" from a price guide point of view, so I am still working
on developing my intuition for these things.
 Author: gustav1971 View Messages Posted By gustav1971
 Posted: May 17, 2021 10:53
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In Price Guide, peregrinator writes:

  Looks like the 3-finger/2-finger ones are listed as alternates on that set so
you should be OK replacing. Of course you're always OK for personal use,
but it looks like you can make the replacement and still list the set as complete.
I would put it in the description, but I don't think you have to.

Thank you, that is clear.
 Author: starbeanie View Messages Posted By starbeanie
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It's frequently used to build tanks.


In Price Guide, alexwilcox writes:
  
  However, while seemingly high for what it is e.g. $4-5, the price has been fairly
stable over the last 6 months. I came across another piece: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogPG.asp?P=13269&ColorID=85
which has those same features, except 6 months ago, the average sale price was
about $1 but this month it's over $11. Even if taking out the $24 and even
$14 outliers, it's still probably pushing $10. Does anyone know why this
piece is all of a sudden in demand for a high price?


It was only produced in 2 sets that were released 6 years ago.

Unless lego release it in another set then the price is only ever going to go
in one direction.
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In Price Guide, gustav1971 writes:
  This item is so rare and expensive!
It seems that it has been replaced by a 3 and 2 finger system, maybe because
more robust?
What do you think about replacing two entire missing hinges by the more recent
3/2 ones on a 8848 technical set from 1981 that is missing the box (instructions
OK originals) and some item bought used in 2021?

Looks like the 3-finger/2-finger ones are listed as alternates on that set so
you should be OK replacing. Of course you're always OK for personal use,
but it looks like you can make the replacement and still list the set as complete.
I would put it in the description, but I don't think you have to.
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This item is so rare and expensive!
It seems that it has been replaced by a 3 and 2 finger system, maybe because
more robust?
What do you think about replacing two entire missing hinges by the more recent
3/2 ones on a 8848 technical set from 1981 that is missing the box (instructions
OK originals) and some item bought used in 2021?
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  However, while seemingly high for what it is e.g. $4-5, the price has been fairly
stable over the last 6 months. I came across another piece: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogPG.asp?P=13269&ColorID=85
which has those same features, except 6 months ago, the average sale price was
about $1 but this month it's over $11. Even if taking out the $24 and even
$14 outliers, it's still probably pushing $10. Does anyone know why this
piece is all of a sudden in demand for a high price?


It was only produced in 2 sets that were released 6 years ago.

Unless lego release it in another set then the price is only ever going to go
in one direction.
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In Price Guide, smekel writes:
  Does anyone know why this
piece is all of a sudden in demand for a high price?

There may be a valid reason I don't know about (popular MOC, etc), but I'm
guessing it goes something like this: Available pieces all got sold at $1-$2
range, remaining pieces were at a higher range, some sold, which skewed the current
data, new listings were put at similar high prices to current remaining high
price listings, and voila, there is now a new "average price". And it will stay
like that until enough people are willing to undercut the price to get the sale.

One thing I've noticed is that for the most part, people are willing to pay
a lot more money for pieces than the 6-month average or most listing prices.
They generally won't if they don't have to, of course, but considering
the cost of shipping is often higher than the cost of pieces, doubling or tripling
the cost of individual pieces often makes no difference to the buyer, it's
large inventories that make the sale. There are lots of people on this site with
(apparently) plenty of disposable income, who don't care too much about a
few dollars here or there if they can get it one order (or get it at all, if
an inflated price is the only option).

Moral of the story is I think you should definitely take the 6-month average
with a grain of salt. If you have a decent-enough inventory, you will still get
plenty of sales at prices higher than the average. But as you noticed, it's
worth checking your listings every once in a while to see if you can push your
prices up a little to a more "true" market value (what people are actually willing
to pay).
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Hey Everyone,

I read through, "4150 in blue why so high?": https://www.bricklink.com/message.asp?ID=1266170
and everything in there makes sense i.e. not many sets made that contain that
part, and a limited quantity per set, and the sets are discontinued.

However, while seemingly high for what it is e.g. $4-5, the price has been fairly
stable over the last 6 months. I came across another piece: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogPG.asp?P=13269&ColorID=85
which has those same features, except 6 months ago, the average sale price was
about $1 but this month it's over $11. Even if taking out the $24 and even
$14 outliers, it's still probably pushing $10. Does anyone know why this
piece is all of a sudden in demand for a high price?

As a new store owner I've been using the 6 month quantity average when pricing
inventory and most of the time it seems reasonable, but in this case if I did
that, I'd likely be losing out on a couple of dollars, perhaps more considering
in the US the cheapest piece is $12. I totally understand someone would have
to buy it from my store in order to actually materialize the value. Thanks for
any insight.

James
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Hm, very interesting! Like others said, it must be a rarer part that is discontinued.
I definitely be on the look out for this part now! You never know what you may
find in used lots!

Take care!
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that is the one i have .

I just got a large abount of used lego, and am listing it in my inventory, thanks,

wendy

In Price Guide, tEoS writes:
  4150 is the old version and is no longer produced.

Check your parts to see if you have the current part:

 
Part No: 14769  Name: Tile, Round 2 x 2 with Bottom Stud Holder
* 
14769 Tile, Round 2 x 2 with Bottom Stud Holder
Parts: Tile, Round

In Price Guide, wendybrowne writes:
  hello,
while entering parts, i noticed that 4150 2 x 2 round tile in blue is listed
pretty high, it is shown in many sets, is this accurate? if so, why?
thanks
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4150 is the old version and is no longer produced.

Check your parts to see if you have the current part:

 
Part No: 14769  Name: Tile, Round 2 x 2 with Bottom Stud Holder
* 
14769 Tile, Round 2 x 2 with Bottom Stud Holder
Parts: Tile, Round

In Price Guide, wendybrowne writes:
  hello,
while entering parts, i noticed that 4150 2 x 2 round tile in blue is listed
pretty high, it is shown in many sets, is this accurate? if so, why?
thanks
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In Price Guide, wendybrowne writes:
  hello,
while entering parts, i noticed that 4150 2 x 2 round tile in blue is listed
pretty high, it is shown in many sets, is this accurate? if so, why?
thanks

There are only 35 lots available for sale worldwide, this scarcity tends to make
an item expensive.

This rarity is a product of the following factors:
- Few sets feature it.
- Sets feature few of it (1 each).
- Sets were produced for just 3 years 25 years ago.

So comparatively few of these parts were produced, and many have been lost/hoarded
since.
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In Price Guide, wendybrowne writes:
  hello,
while entering parts, i noticed that 4150 2 x 2 round tile in blue is listed
pretty high, it is shown in many sets, is this accurate? if so, why?
thanks

It is only in 3 sets so, compared to other colors, not made in large amounts
or for a long time.
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hello,
while entering parts, i noticed that 4150 2 x 2 round tile in blue is listed
pretty high, it is shown in many sets, is this accurate? if so, why?
thanks

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