Hello: A friend and fellow dealer kindly referred me to the Vintage Fashion Guild. I used to have a brick and mortar shop but gave it up and am now trying online selling. I am a bit nervous. I researched sales venues and there seem to be a large amount of crazy people out there. A fellow dealer sells on EBay and has been inundated with unreasonable people -- in particular, the crazy woman who purchased a pair of vintage shoes estimated as a size 8 but shoe measurements were provided in the listing and the crazy woman demanded a refund, claiming the shoes were misrepresented. That kind of thing makes me nervous. However, I am going to give it the old college try. I have degrees in fashion and art history. I prefer 19th century fashions and earlier but also enjoy fashions from 1900-1964. Designer 1980s fashions are a guilty pleasure. I have an EBay store. I think I added a signature to this email. If not, though, the link is www.stores.ebay.com/antique-lady-vintage. I plan to open a Babylon Mall store, too. In researching EBay completed listings, I think vintage clothing, more often than not, goes for low prices. Babylon Mall has the added advantage of no listing or insertion fees. I live in Wisconsin and have four beautiful cats to keep me company. By day, I provide consulting services in the medical field.