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Picked up some other stuff,nbut this is too dope to not post immediately. It is new without doubt. No tags, but certainly new.



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zomg! Makes me miss the one i sold a few months ago.
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brag for me too!

I'll brag too then
45 minutes from listed to paid
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Thanks for all the love, guys.

Found some cool chairs today.




and @SpooPoker did not kop, stupid high price

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Thanks for all the love, guys.

Found some cool chairs today.




and @SpooPoker did not kop, stupid high price

Juno hospice shop?
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Juno hospice shop?

close. military trail.
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close. military trail.
Ah damn
The only time I ever wanted to yell at the ladies in the hospice shop was over the two pair of Alpina M1s the had priced at $300 each. I wanted those so bad
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Thanks for all the love, guys.


and @SpooPoker did not kop, stupid high price


Im sure you looked them up, but those were the first two patterns that came out - and were subsequently discontinued. "Le Roi Soleil" and "Marco Polo". Not too scarce but not easy to come by either.

How many pieces were the service for? And if I can ask what that stupidly high price was? was it $425 for service for one?!
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Im sure you looked them up, but those were the first two patterns that came out - and were subsequently discontinued. "Le Roi Soleil" and "Marco Polo". Not too scarce but not easy to come by either.

How many pieces were the service for? And if I can ask what that stupidly high price was? was it $425 for service for one?!

$425 for each 6-piece set.

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Ah damn
The only time I ever wanted to yell at the ladies in the hospice shop was over the two pair of Alpina M1s the had priced at $300 each. I wanted those so bad

how long did they last? they do negotiate after a month or two, depending on the item. but they do get offended when you let them know their $700 asking price LV bag is counterfeit.
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$425 for each 6-piece set.
how long did they last? they do negotiate after a month or two, depending on the item. but they do get offended when you let them know their $700 asking price LV bag is counterfeit.
They were there for a while, never thought to ask about a price drop.
One of the managers one day cornerd me and grilled me about how to tell if designer purses were real because she wanted to start selling them on eBay and "some nice tall young man" told her if you even sell one fake purse accidentally it could ruin your eBay store forever lol
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$425 for each 6-piece set.

Yeah, way too much.
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how long did they last? they do negotiate after a month or two, depending on the item. but they do get offended when you let them know their $700 asking price LV bag is counterfeit.

They were mad because they had an appointment at an estate sale and some kid cut them off and bought all their LV before they got there.
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The long weekend.



 

I've had one of those RL sweaters with the bizarre embroidery hanging around here for a while. Can't give it away, but I have never found really good search terms for it so people can find it in the bazillions of other PRL sweaters.

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I'm going to start atteneding Estate Sales

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I'm going to start atteneding Estate Sales

sounds good
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Wow, congrats @330CK! That's awesome!

@SpooPoker: Great looking Windows, you definitely have the eye for it!

Currently at the hospital with my wife and the baby's arrival will be between 5 and 24 hours. This waiting process is terrible, I'm utterly useless. I may as well be a potted plant in the corner.

Any last minute advice from those that have been through this? Other than the obvious of "stay at the head end of your wife" as I've been advised by staff.
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