Value of Duncan Enterprises Ceramic Molds?

I have some ceramic molds and wanted to know theire\ value: TM-31 clown, TM-37 caterpillar, TM-16 snail, TM-23A Rocky raccoon, and TM-3 ladybug. They are from Duncan Enterprises.


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October 13, 20190 found this helpful

$10-$20 each asking price on eBay.

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October 13, 20190 found this helpful

The small molds are not constantly selling for very much but maybe if you combine 3 or more in a group you may be able to sell them for $20-$30 plus shipping but this type of merchandise is slow selling and it is not a popular craft anymore.
The finished pieces are very difficult to sell and generally only people who already have their kiln and equipment are still buying molds.
Occasionally there will be classes and workshops in some cities but not widespread.

You can do your research for each item on eBay and if you find one you can place a 'watch' on the listing to see if it sells.Asking prices do not represent current value but only show what a seller would like to receive for their items.
Only sold items will give you the value as it shows someone actually paid that amount.

Here is a sold listing on eBay that shows someone paid $11 for 3 of the small molds - clown, worm, unicorn.

You ca also check eBay sold listings for your items to find current value. The list changes daily.

There are very few of these molds listed on any other sites but you can Google occasionally to see what the market is doing.

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October 14, 20190 found this helpful

A long time ago these items were very popular for crafters and they used them a lot. Now they are not so popular and not used as often by people who make crafts. I would suggest that you try to sell all the itmes together and you should make around $20 to $30 for them. If you post them online make sure to ask for the shipping cost when they are sold.

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