I do not know what you got for them in the end, but, I was amazed at what I got for my Atlas Minnesota ore jennies. I would post them in lots of five, six, or ten (as I found them) for three dollars the car, many with loads, in the box. I would get three to four times that. Sometimes, the lot would be mixed, containing MP or TRIX versions of them, but, still, I got those prices. In fact, I saw a guy at a show who was selling his late brother's collection. It had some nice stuff, but, when I was the twenty Atlas ore jennies, I negotiated a price for the lot of them. It was a straight up negotiation, using time approved tactics. I ask if he will consider a price for the lot of them; he asks what it is; I offer an amount; he turns up his nose; I start to walk away; he says to wait a minute, how about_____________?; I say still a bit too high, what about______?; he says no, but I will take____________.........you get the idea. We agreed on the price, I got them home and put them up on FeePay for fifty cents per car more than I paid and fetched a nice profit. I do not run Minnesota railroads, so , the things are useless to me. I am, however, amazed at the prices that they will fetch even used. Not always..............I have been amazed at what some of the junque that I have put up on FeePay fetched. This was stuff that I even labelled as "JUNK" and repeated this several times in the text of the auction. At the same time, I have been amazed at how little some nice stuff that I have sold there fetched. I once sold several C-C Hudsons that did not run at all or did not run properly. I was amazed at what they fetched. I sold one that did run well that fetched less than what some of those junque Hudsons fetched. The last was actually painted and lettered NEW YORK CENTRAL and had a correct J-3a number. Unbelievable..........I would have understood had it been a Penn or Great Northern, but one actually lettered properly?