"Oh, how sweet!" – blunt alarm on "Bares for Rares"

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Updated January 9, 2019, 17:58

A beautiful toy made of metal inspired not only Horst light, even expert Sven Deutschmanek found the little dog "very funny". But was it also a rarity of high value? The answer is in the gallery.




"Oh, now you get a puppy, Sven!" Beamed hosts Horst Lichter for his experts (photo). The four-legged friends could even increase. "I have to tell you honestly, Sven, I think it's very funny!", Confessed Lichter.

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It wasn't Mona's dog phobia that the toy should go. The little dog was already too long in the closet. Horst was more interested in how much money Mona wanted for that part anyway. "So little for the travel agent, maybe 50 euros," speculated the seller.

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The keyword of expert Sven Deutschmanek: "Here we have a very nice old tin toy in the form of a dog from one of the most famous German companies: Schuco from the Nuremberg area," he lectured. "What do you think, Horst, how old is the part?" He tested the moderator.

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"So I'm just saying the 1970s," Horst Lichter said considerably. "We are in the 1930s," said the expert.

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The substructure of the small toy was made of sheet metal. Also, you could read the print "Made in Germany". This supplement was further evidence of Sven that this toy was a pre-war production.

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The small dog was equipped with a spring lift, which could be raised on the side with the matching square key. Two runners were started in the hind paw, the paws cried.

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Sven was particularly impressed with the condition: "Here, for example, the little felt hat, it would be something that goes fast, but the blanket is in almost perfect condition," wondered the expert.

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"So Mona, it sounds really good," horst beamed. Sven agreed with him: "Yes, the dog is in perfect condition, it would be a small feeling if you still had the original box, but these dogs are popular." And how realistic was the desired sales price?

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Sven had to think for a moment: "Yes, I heard 50 euros, which of course not enough, I would go there higher 150 to 200 euros is completely realistic," he surprised saleswoman. But what will the dealers say?

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"Oh, how sweet!" It echoes through the dealer's room. Walter Lehnertz gave his obligatory starting bid of 80 euros. The contract was awarded in the end, but Esther Ollick – at least 140 euros.

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The owner also changed a bracelet with diamonds and rubies from the 1950s. For 2,250 euros, it bought the retailer Elke Velten.

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The Austrian Poker Slot Machine from the 1980s "Vicoma" had made it to the dealer Waldi, who bought him for 250 euros.

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