Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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Re: Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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Nice photos, I see you took them during our busy period :-(

Also I'm pleased you didn't show the pole dancers or Dom Pérignon fountain with Jammy Dodger mountain.
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Re: Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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I think it may have been something to do with the fact that I had combed my pet skunk earlier that morning BP.

Just noticed the Novamat that sold at Coventry is now on ebay, I love the footnote.............

'------- NOTE TO E BAY = I Do Have A License To Sell This Machine, But I have Mislaid the Damm Thing, You are welcome to check with the Gambling Commission They will be able to confirm once you have given them my details.------------'
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Re: Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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note to the unwary, the Gambling Plods do read these posts, and do not have a sense of humour, trust me.
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Re: Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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Wait a minute. Do I understand that last post correctly? The British Po-Po are Pennymachine consumers or possibly even members ??? BRILLANT! !!YABBADABBA!!

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Re: Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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the Gambling Plods do read these posts
the plods dont ... but the people who report the machines to ebay do dirtdog
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Re: Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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anyone know what the Buckley bones sold for?
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Re: Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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anyone know what the Buckley bones sold for?
I think would have sold at £6500 but didnt quite get there
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Re: Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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It failed to reach reserve, and was worth every penny of a grand more than last year's Bally equivalent.
If had a Grandma to sell, I'd have had a run at it. T'was lush and no mistake!

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Re: Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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Full results with pictures now in the Arena.
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Re: Coventry Auction - Sunday 27th November 2016

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Prices were certainly not low even with a few lots unsold......nice to see the aristocrat fetching good money, would have been on my list if I had gone and would have been wiped out on this price. The Rol a Tor seemed a reasonable price, was this the bargain of the day......
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