Saleroom roundups

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October saleroom results now in the Arena.
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Today's coin-op results from Auction Team Breker now in the Arena.
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Yesterday's Morphy Slot Machine Auction UK/Euro results now in the Arena.
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Those were super cheap prices for the BM Co. autopay and the Bajazzo. The auction house descriptions were ignorant to the point of almost criminal. They should pay me a fine consultant fee to get the correct description of the machines. We're looking pretty stupid here, Yanks.

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john t peterson wrote: Sun Nov 07, 2021 4:36 pm We're looking pretty stupid here, Yanks.
Ummm, you say that as if you haven't always been looked at that way........ '!' :HaHa: :woops:
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john t peterson wrote: Sun Nov 07, 2021 4:36 pm Those were super cheap prices for the BM Co. autopay...
I figured it would be cheap, because it's not in a BMco cabinet and when I asked for a picture of the mechanism was informed it was locked. Safest therefore to assume it's unrepairable.

I would have had a punt on it if I'd thought it could be shipped to the UK for less than 3 times the sale price and without being totally trashed in transit, because I could have used the Town Broker cabinet.

BMCo Autopay Playball in Town Broker cabinet
BMCo Autopay Playball in Town Broker cabinet

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Seven Win allwin in Town Broker cabinet

On the whole I think prices were down, with many items selling below the low estimate.
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November saleroom results now in the Arena.
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Coin-op results of Cornette De Saint Cyr, Paris auction (24th November) now in the Arena.
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December's Collector Connector and general saleroom results now in the Arena.
It was the month of the tobacco honesty boxes, with prices (excluding premiums) ranging from £75 to £480 for a slightly damaged one with an, 'engraved usage instruction poem to the lid'. These are amongst the earliest British coin-op you will find.
See also Rich's Honour Box
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Coin-op results from today's sale at Micky Waue Auktionen (Germany) now in the Arena.
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