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1. ### where do they sell good violin for under 100 dollars?

No where Some people will say that you can get a usable new violin for under \$200; I am not one of them. As a retired violin repairman, maker, accomplished violinist and a onetime teacher, I have seen this debate from all perspectives...

2. ### Things that you think would sell good at the flea market?

tie-died items, hand-made jewelry, incense, perfume oils, chili cheese sausages, chili fries, bottled water, fruit slushee's, grilled burgers and sausages, ribs and chicken.

3. ### Which of the following types of organization would probably sell goods?

B. Merchandising Operation

4. ### Do paintings and photographs sell good on ebay?

you would be surprised at the sort of crap some people buy on ebay

5. ### is there anywhere that sell goods tees or graphic tee?

Try www.bustedtees.com or www.cafepress.com They both have lots of neat t-shirts.

6. ### Have a gold coin I want to sell- good idea?

I'm not familiar with the coin but you can judge for yourself if you know how much gold it contains. At the present time Gold is \$1409.60 ( US Dollars ) per troy ounce. Yes, I came across a blog describing the coin...

7. ### Where can I sell good jewelry and get a decent price for it?

Check this site out!! Online Jewelry Auctions - MinkyMonky.com http://www.minkymonky.com

8. ### Sears offers a discount of 15% on all items sold. Tim purchases \$297.50. Whats the marked price of sold goods?

If he got a 15 percent discount, then 297.5 is 85 percent of the original price. Set it up as an equation: 297.5 = 0.85x Now just solve for x (divide both sides by 0.85)

9. ### do coins sell good if there from the 1900's if there in good condition?

Without know the dates on the individual coins, where they're from, and the denomination, nobody's going to be able to give you any sort of valuation. If you can give that information (or at least the best description you can of both sides, including any...

10. ### Assets created by selling goods and services on credit are a. Accounts payable. b. Accounts receivable?

A. you own money because bought on credit.