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Re: New Steve Hunt auctions

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Well, I guess some got time off to attend todays auction. So I wondered if anyone wants to venture a report. I was wondering what the double decker, stereoviewer and matthesons machine went for...and really anything else for that matter.
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Re: New Steve Hunt auctions

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May have got one or two slightly wrong....

Lot 58 Crane 750
Lot 60 Ahrens Stereoscope 640
Lot 65 R&W Hockey 180
Lot 81 Bryans Clock 320
Lot 82 Payaramid 800
Lot 83 Bryans Double Decker 900
Lot 91 Bryans Bullion 1D 440
Lot 92 Bryans Fivewin 380
Lot 93 Bryans Double Top 840
Lot 94 Bryans Ant Viewer 180
Lot 101 Bryans Clock (imcom) 140
Lot 102 Whale Kiss-o-meter 320
Lot 103 FRog fortune teller 220
Lot 104 Bryans Bullion 1p 200
Lot 105 Football Allwin 200
Lot 106 Hawtins Allwin 320
Lot 107 Ultra slot machine 50
Lot 160A Mills Poinsetta No sale
Lot 191 R&W Yours to be won 400
Lot 192 Allwin deluxe 200
Lot 193 Big Top slot machine 140
Lot 194 Beromat No sale
Lot 195 Hawtins ciggie 195
Lot 204 Firmans Bandit 340
Lot 206 Jennings Victoria 380
Lot 213 Push em off - pusher 180
Lot 214 Easy push - pusher 220
Lot 218 Matthewson footballers 3400 (Star lot)
Lot 230 Furtune teller 160
Lot 231 Greyhound slot 400
Lot 232 Olly whales gift 320
Lot 238 Rolld down skill game 200
Lot 239 Samson Grip tester 210
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Re: New Steve Hunt auctions

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Thanks for posting that Tree frog. If that lot did sell, the prices were pretty good for some buyers. :!:
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Re: New Steve Hunt auctions

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To be honest, some machines were rough or needed restoration or had had restoration. E.g. the Fivewin was a mess, I can only assume it was some kind of rare version with the price it raised. The Hawtins needed restoration......The two Bryans Bullions both had very very fresh paint, the lower priced one, was slightly incomplete...The Double Decker looked nice !!THUMBSX2!!

The Automatic Sports company machine must be rare, the ones in cast iron casings fetch a fortune... it looked good and original.

The main thing I was happy with was the St Leonards Palace Pier enamel sign.... :cool:
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Re: New Steve Hunt auctions

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Just seen the Double Decker on Melrights site for £2750........a nice £1800 profit if achieved......I wonder how much of this stuff will end up being resold on within the next few days.....
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tree-frog wrote:Just seen the Double Decker on Melrights site for £2750........a nice £1800 profit if achieved......I wonder how much of this stuff will end up being resold on within the next few days.....
Could always be that it was entered in the auction, didn't sell and the seller is now looking to sell it elsewhere. Who knows what's going on sometimes !PUZZLED! Equally, it may indeed be that the buyer is looking to make a NICE profit.
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Re: New Steve Hunt auctions

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I see there a Byrans Ant Viewer on ebay. I'm guessing that this must be the same one?....I must decide to have a look at the next auction when it comes round and the Coventry one I hear a few people chat about. When is the next Coventry auction? Thanks !!CHEERS!!
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Re: New Steve Hunt auctions

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The next Coventry auction is provisionally set for Sunday 27th November. It's definately the established slot auction to attend. If you haven't been to one of these auctions there's a fair old spead of machines from all era's, from unrestored to restored condition. Basically, it's run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts. So, I think you would enjoy the day and hopefully find something to suit.
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Slot machine hammer prices and pictures from the March and June Elephant House auctions are now published in the Arena.
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Re: New Steve Hunt auctions

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PennyMachines wrote:Slot machine hammer prices and pictures from the March and June Elephant House auctions are now published in the Arena.
Looking at the prices you have posted against the value they attained above in the auction, quite a few did not make the reserve. What is interesting is I am sure they did not state this during the auction. Most auction houses usually make it clear at the time an item has not sold...
I notice a number of these have ended up on ebay recently and selling for the same as they reached in the auction, including the 5 win. There is a Bryans Clock on ebay now that was at the auction...
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