"For Magic Fans": Magic Moment at "Bares for Rares"

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Updated January 7, 2019, 16:53

On Monday, Horst Lichter was mentioned in his junk mail "Bares for Rares", a very mysterious staff, no one knew where he came from. Was this perhaps an antique cigarette holder? Or even a magic wand? It confuses the picture gallery.




What a magical moment for Horst Lichter: A mysterious staff greatly inspired the junk moderator's imagination on "Bares for Rares". Because this thing really could be everything, maybe even a very special magic wand.

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Cologne department head Udo Pütz had no idea what he had been at home for years: "I have no idea what it might be, whether it's an officer's staff, or a conductor's staff or or."

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Horst Lichter was very similar. "If I look at it, it's either a stick for small people or a magic wand," the moderator had willing ideas. "For a conductor's stick, he's too fat for me too."

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According to Udo, the mysterious thing used to be with his father on mantelpiece. Too little information to satisfy Horst's curiosity. "Now you tell me what that stick is," he told his expert. "But it's not a bar?"

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Baroque definitely managed like an antique! "In terms of form, we are in the 18th century," said the expert. "But here I would commit myself to around 1900."

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The staff were ivory and probably ebony. "He looks noble, but has not been built of the best materials." Nonetheless, it estimated the price of 250 to 300 euros.

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At the dealers, guesswork began again. "A flute tip?" Suspected Elke Velten-Tönnies (left). "A letter opener?" Julian Schmitz-Avila (center) dared to try. "It's a magic pot from Harry Potter!", Fabian Kahl (right) seemed to have found the solution.

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Of course, the castle's master would have it – even though it was actually a conductor. "For spell fans," Julian scented the big business. But then the unexpected happened.

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"Magic Waldi" Walter Lehnertz came with the highest bid of 180 euros around the corner and tore up the wand to himself. A big part for the humble Udo, who would have been happy for 80 euros.

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What unwanted rarities were otherwise sold on Monday: a gold key fob from Italy for 480 euros.

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An oil painting with maritime motif by Erwin Günther for 700 euros.

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And a cast iron Jugendstil book office by Armand Godefroid for 500 euros.

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