Alnwick Auctions

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jimmycowman
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Alnwick Auctions

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Anyone seen this 27th May
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widget2k4
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looks good !THUMBS!
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;-) ;-)
2of my antique buddies
From up north sent me these a few weeks ago
And asked a lot of questions
So maybe they could make a butty or 2 for the owner
;-)
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Re: Alnwick Auctions

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Yes, Looks good widget,
Best of luck and interesting to see how you fare on hammer v Elephant House and then net after charges of course.
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Re: Alnwick Auctions

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Catalogue out now...... opening bid 300..on this . That would be my last one bid.. :D Lol
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Re: Alnwick Auctions

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That will be because you don't see the time, effort, and money that goes into them !THUMBS!
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Re: Alnwick Auctions

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I do appreciate the hours on them to get them to that standard. (nice looking machines) The market prices today are crazy.its a good time to sell. Good luck on selling. !THUMBS!
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brigham
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Can't find the catalogue.
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Look at their website or the saleroom.....

Good luck with your sale, there is no harm in trying a local auction house, although probably way too far for many of us, mind you a beautiful part of the world and probably worth a visit just for the scenery. Was surprised at their auction fees though and interesting to see provisional auction houses now charging high levels, if buying online 27.6%, which is crazy. Bring back country auctions charging 10%.., I see the Cheffins sale is charging just that.

Prices are tough ones as these machines are retail quality items. What you need is a nice shop to display and sell as the right person has to come along......

I am intrigued how long it takes to restore each machine as I seem to take for ever and never can get to this level of detail. Have taken time out of work over last year and only managing to restore one machine every two weeks, although have made the mistake in doing 6 machines at once, so spend another 3 weeks trying to find the parts..
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Re: Alnwick Auctions

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Yes Tom a lot of work as you have found out, it's really not worth the effort any more as people don't seem to want to pay for such machines now, I'm going to be giving it all up I've had enough of it now I think
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