How long before it’s re listed

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radiochrissie
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How long before it’s re listed

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Modern copy, pays on single cherry bid up by two zero feedback bidders :HaHa:
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vintage-nove ... 3498116545
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Not good is it?
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It’s funny when this machine became a topic on a Facebook group, loads of the bids on this machine were removed, only for a whole set of fresh bidders bringing it back up.

I appreciate we are all at different levels of experience, but buyers beware.

I wonder how the latest “Mills Golden Nugget” reproduction will do on eBay now, already loads of bidders and up to £400. New case, jubilee mechanism, super long handle, etc etc. It is a bit naughty that a Mills decal was put on the side as in theory that is fraudulent as I would be surprised if there is a single Mills component on it.....maybe we can guess the final price... :lol:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mills-Golden ... Sw9~Ne6S5i
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I was watching that machine, just to see what people would pay for a repro, that didnt work. I was amazed when it went to over a grand, then it went down to £720, then back up to over £1000. Why? Do people really pay that for something that bad?
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the seller makes a big mistake in saying "no couriers, cash on collection" giving the buyer a chance to walk away when he sees it :lol:
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pedroofn19 wrote: Wed Jun 17, 2020 4:30 pm I was watching that machine, just to see what people would pay for a repro, that didnt work. I was amazed when it went to over a grand, then it went down to £720, then back up to over £1000. Why? Do people really pay that for something that bad?
Ignorance
Desperation
Phishing

Choose any one from three.
However, never forget they're out there, as sure as eggs is eggs they will resurface!

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