Elephant House Auctions

Discuss our on-site auctions and other slot machine auctions.
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arrgee
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Re: Elephant House Auctions

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scorpa163 wrote:IS IT INSURED
Good point, but if the EH does not cover it, how many have cover for 'items away from the home' on their home insurance policy? For a lot of policies this is an extra.
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usually, items away from home need to be in the vicinity of the owner to be covered and/or individually listed. Also, I'll bet a lot of us have had machines damaged while on show at auction rooms, keys lost, cash boxes stolen, glasses broken etc etc
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What we all want is for Jerry and Jeremy , and Steve to start running proper auctions as soon as possible. BUT not on the same day.
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You can't beat live auctions. Let's hope they return soon.
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I meant to ask this question direct to the J’s, but while a topic runs... Are there any thoughts on an auction this year, as we will all be allowed to hug in June, and maybe an early one would beat any lockdown risk by winter, maybe July ish..? Just a thought, as none of us are going abroad this year. :#: |/XX\|
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Prices might be high in those circumstances.
People discouraged from wasting money on foreign booze-ups might spend it on something useful instead.
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You could consider, if you have the option that is, to both buy and sell machines at the same event. Nothing ever guaranteed at auction, but maybe a consideration.
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Re: Elephant House Auctions

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As Ryanair's Michael O'Leary said at Christmas on the same lines we could have jab and bid auctions!! No jab no bid. He was told off for the campaign though 🤔🤔
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