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Article about: Morning people ive seen a glass mine for auction and the starting bid is 200 just wondered if anyone knows what sort of price they go for as I was thinking its a bit pricey? Any help would

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    Chris, if you want one, I have one in the box, bought last year....Comme tu veux.

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    Quote by cricketchris1944 View Post
    They are going for 350$ to 450$ here in the US.
    chris
    Yikes! How come I never get prices like that? They go for 50 euros here....

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    Quote by Feuerbach View Post
    Yikes! How come I never get prices like that? They go for 50 euros here....
    You just never see them here in the states.
    very rare item for US.
    just look at the price of the German bakelite lanterns.
    chris

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    Yes and I have 30 black pieces of glass.
    Eisernen kreuz -->glassmin

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    If there going for 50 euros can I have one!!!!!

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    The only problem is shipping, last year I bought for a colleague on the site one GM, it comes broken in Sueden, so I bought a second one, which came to Sweden.
    I don't find on ebay, because sellers never use the word MINE but Glass pot. Nothing today.
    On a military forum in France, I asked for the metallic part, not in copy...

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    Wow, what a mess. Pity, lots of them just broken.
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