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Hi all, silly question and I'm sure an age old one... I'm listing some old shirts at the moment and trying to gauge my pricing and which items to list first. Are shirts considered more desirable in 'worn in' condition or virtually new or is this a 50|50 split based on buyers preference?
It can vary. But more condition issues can starting bringing the price down. Some have a preference for deadstock. But a shirt thats been worn with no issues can have the same value. Then theres buyers looking for distressed and see through tees that can have more value than the pristine versions.
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