[Mccoypottery-talk] Auctions

Patti, Greg (Jim) & sync-hronicity jplev1@home.com
Sat, 26 Jan 2002 02:22:42 -0500

Lisa,  I  have always  done that too    even to  flea markets   I  take them and    leave
them  in the car  sometimes   I do make cheat sheets  Some dealers   will have the books
right out in the open   stating it is an older reference and their prices reflect the
increase   in the   secondary Market .   I find these  dealers  to    be less experienced
and more  greedy    ..  many don't  know about the items they are selling they just
know   people   will buy them..   I  Live In PA  we have     the Adamstown    area  They
say is the antiques  capitol of the USA but I have   seen many  places   make that
claim      very big a    lots of shop     tourists     with money to  buy    , but
even   if they do   to me  making  such big mark ups   is still  greed..


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