Most bizarre is that Ed White with dandruff selling for over US$100K.
As we’ve seen with recent auctions there is no logic or reason for some of the pricing. There’s been lots of theories and speculation ie money laundering, auctioneers colluding with dealers, folks with endless buckets of cash and those wanting to transfer their money into an asset which is tax free. I guess that’s the thing with auctions that we all find interesting and entertaining. What would be good is to hear from forum members that have submitted lots into some of the biggest auction houses and to find out about there own experiences in terms of the service provided and estimates being achieved or vastly exceeded.
I heard a rumor that Antiquorum is also getting into the NFT-market
A safe investment
A similar statement was heard in a Dutch market place in 1637
nice watch, are those capybara leather gloves?
I’m still not able to believe those watches sold for those prices in such condition.
I'm happy at those prices, I have an 105.003.64 EW in far better condition with 506's and a 1035 with a folder of history - is it wise to put a deposit on a Lambo yet??
Nah, hold on a while and it’ll be a straight swap
Does anybody know if those prices included fees? Sorry if I missed it somewhere..
do they really make capybara gloves??? I had a few of those guys living next to one of my field projects in Colombia. Cute little things, and they saved me a ton of money by moving onto my project area, turning it into an ecological zone.
It makes me remember a movie called « Micky blue eyes »….
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