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Knoxville Auction Results 8/27/05

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Anonymous
August 28, 2005 1:24:52 AM

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Here are the results of today's auction.
These are hammer prices. 10% Buyer's
Premium and 9.75% tax.

Last Action Hero - 400
Riverboat Gambler - 950
Circus Voltaire - 2500
The Addams Family - 2650 (Very nice machine)
KISS - 1750 (Very nice machine)
WCS94 - 1150
Simpsons (DE) - 900
Bugs Bunny Birthday - 1450
South Park - 725 (missing parts)
Dr Who - 575
Frankenstein - 1750 (no explanation)
High Speed - 625
Jack*Bot - 1225
Simpsons Pinball Party - 2675
Lost in Space - 1075
Lord of the Rings - 3150
High Roller Casino - 1800
Cactus jack - 925
Mata Hari - 500
Sharkey's Shootout - 1500
Baywatch - 500
Chance (Playmatic) - 100
Party Zone - 900
Shaq Attack - 775
F-14 - 500
Eight Ball Deluxe - 60 (Wouldn't power up)
Count Down - 60 (Wouldn't power up)
Gigi - 275
Scorpion - 200
Playboy (Bally) - 925
Dr Dude - 950
Jurassic park - 1125
Blackout - 250
Surf Champ - 425
Space Invaders - 425
Gigi - 675
Hang Glider - 175
Stars - 300
Hyperball - 100
Checkpoint - 525
Playboy (Bally) - 350
Beach Queens - 70

Auction Note - For those who have
attended an AGS auctions and remember
Scotty, a long time AGS employee (12
years), he passed away recently. A
trust fund is being established for the
benefit of Scotty's children. If you
would like to contribute, please contact
AGS http://www.auctiongamesales.com/ for
details
--
Rick Swanson

Morristown, Tennessee
CARGPB6
Anonymous
August 28, 2005 1:24:53 AM

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Thanks Rick, as usual!
Nice to see a couple early Bally solid states.

steve (cargpb10 - sigh)
August 28, 2005 1:24:53 AM

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Thanks Rick,

It was great to finally meet you. Thanks for the prices, I left before
the last of the pins were sold. Not as nice a batch as the last few
auctions and the prices seemed a bit higher? Early Christmas
shoppers??

Hey... how about that nice Addams? That was is yours now isn't it??

Who was the guy that bought the LOTR? He used to work for AGS didn't
he?

- Don


Rick Swanson wrote:
> Here are the results of today's auction.
> These are hammer prices.
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August 28, 2005 1:24:53 AM

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Nice to meet you Rick. I have no idea what the buyer was thinking on
the Frankenstein. The cab was minty but man, thats about $800 to much
for that machine in its condition.

Someone got a deal on the LAH at $400. Had some PF wear but for $400,
you had a decent complete game.

Mike
August 28, 2005 1:24:53 AM

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It's too late to be typing.... What I obviously meant is, didn't you
get that nice Addams?

- Don
August 28, 2005 1:24:53 AM

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I noticed that guy who bought the LOTR was also hanging with that lady
who was buying machines right and left. I'd never seen her before
either. I've never been aware of shill bidders at AGS other than the
seller themselves but I'm sure it can happen here just like anywhere
else! Maybe they are going in the coin-op business together..? Hey,
that's where all the money is isn't it?

- Don
August 28, 2005 1:24:53 AM

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Yea she snagged the LAH for $400 i think :) 
Anonymous
August 28, 2005 3:11:09 AM

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Don wrote:


> It was great to finally meet you.

Agreed. I always enjoy meeting fellow
RGPers.


> Hey... how about that nice Addams? That was is yours now isn't it??

No, I got out of the bidding at $2600.
The fellow who bought it is an AGS
employee so it might have been a
buyback. In retrospect, I should have
gone a little higher.
>
> Who was the guy that bought the LOTR? He used to work for AGS didn't
> he?

Yes, and I don't recall him buying a
machine before. It may have been a
buyback too.
>


--
Rick Swanson

Morristown, Tennessee
CARGPB6
Anonymous
August 28, 2005 3:29:50 AM

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Don wrote:

> I noticed that guy who bought the LOTR was also hanging with that lady
> who was buying machines right and left. I'd never seen her before
> either. I've never been aware of shill bidders at AGS other than the
> seller themselves but I'm sure it can happen here just like anywhere
> else! Maybe they are going in the coin-op business together..? Hey,
> that's where all the money is isn't it?
>
> - Don
>


Yes, the lady in green was buying
everything in sight. Either she was
opening an arcade or putting in a huge
gameroom in her house.

--
Rick Swanson

Morristown, Tennessee
CARGPB6
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