Hmmm… my 12 year old daughter has gone through almost 4 different sizes in the last couple of years. I have jeans and tops – some with the tags still on them, some only worn by her once or twice. I bet I have at least 50 or more pairs of just jeans… mostly very expensive jeans!! Is there another kind, lol? I hate to have a lot of people come to our home. Would I lose a lot of money by selling them online as opposed to a yard sale? I also have quite a few other items I really need to get rid of because they’re just sitting in my shed, taking up space. Do you have any advice on how to get the maximum money for these items (mainly the girl’s clothing)? Thanks!!
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Next, you make bronze items from those bronze bars again. This time, however, you don't need to go to Burthrope. You can go to the bank in Varrock, withdraw 28 bronze bars there and move to the house just to the south of the bank and use the anvils there to craft from the bronze bars. Then return to the bank, deposit the bronze items and get more bronze bars.
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When in Burthrope you need to go to the bank there and get exactly 14 tin and 14 copper ore. Next, you go to the smelter and use it to smelt the ore into bronze bars. The image below shows the location of the bank and the smelter. Repeat this until you have turned all your copper ore and tin ore into bronze bars, at which point you should have 140 bronze bars.
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