Monday, May 28, 2007


Yahoo! US Auction sites are retiring.•
Yahoo! US Auction sites will no longer be accepting listings as ofJune 3, 2007.• Listings will not auto re-submit after June 3, 2007. As of May 4th, Auctions Scheduler and Auto Resubmit features are nolonger available.
I am moving all of my Auctions Yahoo items to: eCrater is Number 4 on the listings chart, after eBay, Bidville, and Yahoo (soon to be gone). So very soon eCrater will be Number 3 and growing with 537,867 current listings.
Come and visit our eCrater Store soon.

Thursday, May 24, 2007


Summer Solstice to Blue Moon (SS2BM) Campaign - June 21st to 30th 2007. St Elsewhere in Unity Grand Summer Fayre on the web in celebration of independence from eBay Inc.
Following a suggestion from KissMyConfusion, a member at, a Grand Summer Fayre is being organised for online sellers and St Elsewhere auction sites. The object of the promotion is to raise awareness of the myriad of smaller auction site venues and independent website traders across the globe by bringing many together in one promotional event. Independent sellers and sites are asked to unite for this event in order to highlight the variety of shopping experiences available across the world wide web.
A range of banners will be available to auction site sellers and owners and independent web traders for display on their site & auction pages promoting the event. A page will be hosted at in order to co-ordinate the effort.
So get ready to join in the early holiday fun with a little midsummer madness and look around the sites to stock up on bargains for the Summer For more information please visit Summer Solstice to Blue Moon (SS2BM) St Elsewhere Campaign Forum


In 1754 Josiah Wedgwood began to experiment with coloured creamware. He established his own factory, but often worked with others who did transfer printing.The Wedgwood company went on to produce pottery and dinnerware in many different and popular patterns. One of the most popular Wedgwood dinnerware patterns is QUEENSWARE.
This four-inch Wedgwood Queensware pitcher is white on lavender blue and is in mint condition with no chips, cracks, or restorations. The base markings are "Wedgwood of Etruria & Barlaston, Embossed Queensware, Made in England". See additional details at:
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