Re: 1918S Off Center Bison 5c $2,500
- FYI if you go to e-bay and bring up the coin being auctioned and
click on bid results one can see the bids, floor bid or per-bid or
internet bid. When I looked at all the other error coin and bid
information all look like they had normal bid increases except for
the 1918-S and the D/S in collar Ike 2218648139. That coin looked
like it sold at a bargain price, at $900 with a 4,000 to 6,000 est
lots of the other errors at prices above est.
-- In email@example.com, "Rich Johnson"
> The bids through Ebay were blind bids. No one knew what the othersha
> d bid until auction was over and a bidder on the floor at theauction
> bid and won on $2500.know
> -- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Kevin"
> <nikegolfpr0@w...> wrote:
> > Did Al have to pay 2,500.00 for the item?.... I would like to
> > myself how that happened....Diamond"
> > Kevin
> > --- In email@example.com, "Mike
> > <mdia1@a...> wrote:the
> > > I really don't know how to interpret the bid history. I don't
> > > understand why "havefuncollectingnow" shows numerous bids at
> > samequite
> > > level. It's quite possible that the live auction featured
> > > number of bids between $500 and $2500, but only the last bid
> > > entered into the record.
> > >
> > > --- In
> > firstname.lastname@example.org, "miamimikes2001"
> > > <mmoloney@m...> wrote:
> > > > Your comment "that's a lot of money", sure is right! However,
> > > what's
> > > > with the bidding on this one? Al was at $500 and the next
> > > bid
> > > > is $2,500 per bid histoty information. What gives? What
> > happened?
> > > am
> > > > I missing something? Any ideas or an explination?