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Old 09-24-2010, 05:46 AM
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Default Goodwin & Co. Auction Results

I was lucky to pick up 3 1911 Obaks for my PCL collection last night.

Here are the scans of the 3.

Let's see your winnings!


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Old 09-24-2010, 06:28 AM
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I won two of the Los Angeles Obaks, as well as the N29 Buck Ewing.

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Old 09-24-2010, 06:28 AM
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WHat was your opinion on the auction last night? I didn't see anything go TOO extremely high....most things either went around average or lower I noticed...
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Old 09-24-2010, 06:40 AM
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WHat was your opinion on the auction last night? I didn't see anything go TOO extremely high....most things either went around average or lower I noticed...
I wasn't too excited about the high starting bids on the Obaks. Maybe I'm just too used to ebay prices, but the starting levels on the T212s (at least the Los Angeles ones), seemed too high. I was either bidding or watching 13 L.A. Obaks, and seven of them got only one bid each (including the two I won). Three more only received two bids each. The other three each got three bids.

The N29 Ewing was more like an auction. Started low, and got 12 bids. It went for just about what I would've expected.

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Yea...I noticed some of the cards 1950's cards started higher than I have ever seen them sell for (they also didn't have bids either). I wonder if that was the consignors doing, or Bill Goodwins doing? I guess it is good that the consignor didn't take a bath, but it also meant no deals for us bottom-feeders.....
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Just one pickup for me from the auction last night; had been winning a few heading into OT but was happy to at least walk away with this one at a good price...
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Nice pick-up, Scott. I went after the Novelty Cutlery Speaker but ended up the underbidder. Oh well, can't win 'em all............
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Thanks Phil. I was happy with the one I got, which looks nicer than a 50 to me.
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I guess it is good that the consignor didn't take a bath, but it also meant no deals for us bottom-feeders.....

As an auctioneer this is my least concern, sorry about that.....(btw, I am a bottom feeder too )



Overall prices were high to average to low, imo.

I picked up one PCL card for less than half of what I paid many years ago...
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A couple nice additions to my small (but slowly growing) collection. The staining on the Brouthers gives it character. lol ...and who the heck is Jim Keefe?

I've been wanting a card of Brouthers for awhile and I like the N162. I thought it would be neat since he played minor league ball in both the town I was born in and the town I currently work in. lol This one was affordable.

The Keefe I thought was interesting because of the "Jim." Picture's not the clearest, but again, it was in my price range.

Now to figure out where to scratch up some $ for B&L!

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