Author Topic: Upcoming auctions.  (Read 202 times)

Online Brian

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Re: Upcoming auctions.
« Reply #1 on: 09.04. 2016 12:24 »
What a great & entertaining collection of stuff. Thanks for the links.

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Re: Upcoming auctions.
« Reply #2 on: 09.04. 2016 13:16 »
The Scammell auction is mind boggling. Too much to absorb. I am surprised Muskrat wanted to let go of all this stuff.  *smile* ;)

The Bonham's prices might be more like opening bids, as they seem way low.

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Re: Upcoming auctions.
« Reply #3 on: 09.04. 2016 21:37 »
I must be out of touch, I choked over the prices of the Bonham's auction. The prices are a little more realistic at the Scammell auction.
If I had all those Richard, I'd be in the shed 24/7.
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