Rule #1 of Craigslist selling: Don't set prices using Ebay listings.
This seller has a dining and bedroom set and has listed each piece individually, with the combined totals coming in at $3985 and $3275, respectively.
I love Brasilia. I really, really do, and this guy's ads are otherwise OK (multiple clear pictures are a big plus) but those prices are shocking. Perhaps he's just an eternal optimist, but I have a feeling that he saw the tag on the pieces, Googled the name, saw the crazy figures on Ebay, and set his prices accordingly.
The problem with Ebay is twofold:
*You are viewing the items that HAVEN'T sold. There is likely a reason for this. Namely, the price is too high.
*Buyers in the big coastal cities bid up prices on MCM items. If you don't live in one of those cities, you can forget about getting anywhere near that type of money for your dining room cabinet. Conversely, you can also get this stuff much cheaper if you are so inclined.
If you're planning to sell, I suggest visiting one of the many MCM shops in the St. Louis area, such as The Future Antiques. This will give you a baseline for what you can expect, but remember, Craigslist buyers won't be looking to pay retail.
So good luck, Mr. Optimist. Perhaps somewhere out there there's a buyer desperately searching for a house full of Brasilia and we certainly can't fault you for trying.