I recently tackled the huge backlog of stainless flatware I had waiting to be listed, and I ended up having one really great pattern - Oneida's Patrick Henry. I listed it on eBay, and bidding was hot and heavy. I sold all but one of my listings, and everything that sold went for great prices. The highest was this set of 4 dinner forks:
Sold - $72.35
I figured out that listing in lots of 4 like this was a good way to go for this pattern, from looking at completed listings. Also, a buyer wrote me asking for measurements - she said older pieces are a bit different in size than later ones. Replacements says it was produced between 1987 and 2004, so apparently somewhere in there they changed them up a little bit. So you will want to include measurements in your listings, so that buyers know which type you are offering.
Click here for the most current completed listings results on eBay for Oneida Patrick Henry, in case you are reading this long after it was originally posted and want to check the latest price trends. Prices do tend to fluctuate over time for most things, so doing a bit of research before you list is always a good idea!
Happy Hunting! :)