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Thread: Ted Rogers - Militaria Auction 17th & 18th October

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    Ted Rogers - Militaria Auction 17th & 18th October

    Just out from Ted. (edited)
    Evening everyone,


    RE: Covid-19 situation and how it affects our Militaria Auction over the weekend of 17th & 18th October.


    The Government announced yesterday that they will make a further decision on the 21st of September whether our country goes back into level 1.

    That decision will enable us to hold the auction at Southwards Car Museum at Paraparaumu.

    If the country remains in level 2 where we can’t have a gathering of more than 100 people, we will make the auction a “Postal Auction Only”,

    The printers will post out the catalogue shortly.

    We will keep you updated with more information after the 21st if the Government decides if we will move to Level 1.

    Ted and the Team
    On first glance,

    1875 items listed (minus a few that have been withdrawn)
    Appears to be a lot of small bore rifles this time around
    A lot of pistols and Endorsed Licence items
    Some very nice full-wood military and sporting rifles
    Some unusual shit

    A teaser
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    If any good genuine bugger requires the catalogue & Bidding Form, they can PM me.
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    Sorry, forgot to add, if PMing me, please and include an email address to send it to.
    Cheers
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    Hotmail chaps, please check your spam boxes, junk folders or any other locations if you havent received it. I have definitely sent it to all who have PM'ed me.

    Feel free to pm me again if you require it sent to a different address.

    Cheers
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    Ted's prices realised is available on his website.
    Boo hoo missed on my 2 postals.

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    There were not many bargains. The Nelson Collie .50 rifle didnt sell so is still available it thats your thing ;-)
    Be less impressed , and more involved.

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    Yeah and quite a few lots passed ins.
    I bid on a book (along with 4 others in the lot that I didn't really want). Put a stupid high postal in. High because I missed the same book in an auction a few years ago. At any rate the lot failed to meet reserve. Far out, how high is the reserve?

    Sent Ted an email saying I could still be interested but in the meantime have found and purchased the book from a bookshop in Oz.

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    I regularly saw books under the hammer go for higher than the same title brand new off his tables at the back...

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    Ted doesnt have sales tables. Some of the Antique Arms branches do at their auctions though
    Be less impressed , and more involved.

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    There were some mug bids there. Saw projectiles sell for more than you can get them for from Workshop Inno postage included. Some people don't do their 13.5% +gst buyer's premium calc which at Ted's is one of the highest around.
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    Anyone got a link to the results please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nor-west View Post
    Anyone got a link to the results please.
    Here you go.

 

 

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