All pedals have 9/16" axle threads, unless otherwise noted.
Photo #1: $25
GT Platform. Copies of Shimano DX BMX pedals. Both axles are bent and some pins have been removed. Bodies are in good, used condition. Sold as-is.
Photo #2: $20
Giant aluminum flat pedal with sealed bearings & chromoly axles. Have seen moderate use, light scratches. Bearings are smooth with no play, no broken pins.
Photo #3: $20
Wellgo copies of the NJS MKS RX-1. Nothing special but make a great, lightweight, everyday on-road pedal, especially when combined with the included half-clips.
Photo #4: $20
Sakae MTP-127 Low-Fat. Cages are in good condition. Bearings could use an adjustment but are definitely usable as-is.
Photo #5: $15
New, Odyssey Twisted PC BMX pedal. A surprisingly inexpensive, robust and lightweight flat pedal with good grip.
Photo #6: $30
Specialized by MKS. Very well made and would be a great touring or commuter pedal but could also work for a period-correct mountain bike / XC build as I believe there were also cleats made for these.
Photo #7: $15
Vintage Mt Zefal half toe clips. A wider profile than the more commonly found road clips. Made for a more casual shoe or, originally, a hiking boot.
Photo #8: $10
New / unused steel half-toe clips. Great for a commuter or touring bike if you aren't wearing clipless shoes.
Photo #9: $20
NOS TA Specialites Jaques Anquetil road cleats. These will likely end up on eBay but I thought I'd see if any local collectors have any interest first.