Thriftstore Item to Look For: Puzz 3-D Puzzles

March 15, 2011 by The Selling Sisters  
Filed under Ebay, Finding Inventory, Thrifting

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Here’s a great item that I’ve wondered about for some time, but never remembered to research:

Puzz 3-D Puzzles.

I see these all the time at the thrift store and I know that I LOVED putting these together when I was growing up.  My friend, mentioned that these are a good seller, so I decided to give it a try.

The very next week, I found 2 Puzz 3-D Puzzles at the thrift store, a US Capitol Building and a Bavarian Mansion.  Since the puzzles had been opened, I had to count the pieces, but I figured for $1.29, it was worth the risk.

My US Capitol Building had all it’s pieces, so I listed it an it sold the next day for Not bad for a $1.29 investment.  Some Puzz 3-D Puzzles sell for a lot, it just depends on the puzzle and the year it was made.  I still have to count my Bavarian Mansion to see if it’s all there.

Rachel

Comments

2 Responses to “Thriftstore Item to Look For: Puzz 3-D Puzzles”
  1. says:

    I’ve debated on these…my GWs have them for about $5. Not sure I want to count pieces for that kind of investment!!
    If I found a new, sealed one..that would be a different story!! Or one I knew was a high seller!

  2. Karen says:

    They are GREAT sellers! I am not good at counting puzzle pieces but if I find them new in the box-Look out!

    Watch for the Puzz 3Ds at Tuesday Morning. I just happened to find the Twin Towers there and sold them for about 100.00.

    Also Springbok, if you are into counting pieces, go ahead and pick those up, but if they are new in box, they are good solid sellers too.

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